Caleb M. Brown is a Canadian paleontologist working out of Drumheller, Alberta. He specializes in taphonomy, and studying variations in horn and frill ornamentation on ceratopsians to test evolutionary theories.
Caleb grew up in Red Deer, and obtained his bachelors and masters degrees in Calgary. He completed his PhD at the University of Toronto investigating population-level variation and evolutionary morphology in horned dinosaurs from Alberta while working in the Evans lab (run by David C. Evans). He currently works as a researcher at the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta.
Caleb has worked in Alberta, the Canadian sub-Arctic, China, and Mongolia, China, and has helped describe at least six new species of dinosaur.