Professor of Evolutionary Biology
I am fortunate to lead a group of wonderful Ph.D students and postdoctoral fellows doing research focusing on Phylogenetics, Macroevolution, Herpetology and Palaeontology.
Our analytic methods focus on 3D imaging, traditional anatomical techniques, and computational phylogenetics.
While my main study organisms have long been reptiles (both living and fossil), I’m happy to co-supervise researchers working on other organisms using methods I’m familiar with (e.g. Bayesian phylogenetics, phenotypic evolution, molecular palaeontology). Currently we have lab members working on taxa (literally) spanning the birds and the bees!
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