Mark A Loewen
Mark Loewen is a vertebrate paleontologist at the University of Utah. He specializes in research on Jurassic and Cretaceous dinosaurs with an emphasis on the taxonomy, evolution and biogeography of meat eating, armored and horned dinosaurs. These include Allosaurus, Tyrannosaurus, Ankylosaurus and Triceratops. He has named over 9 dinosaurs including Lythronax, Kosmoceratops, Utahceratops and Seitaad. He is currently Associate Professor Lecturer in Geology and Geophysics at the University of Utah and teaches the popular World of Dinosaurs and Science in Cinema classes. He conducts research on dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum of Utah where he is a Resident Research Associate. He is also affiliated as a research associate at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and the Evolutionary Studies Institute at the University of the Witwatersrand. Mark received a master’s degree in paleontology from Loma Linda University and a doctorate in Geology from the University of Utah. Mark has presented his research at research symposia around the world, in public lectures and has appeared on over ten television programs on dinosaurs.