We are good colleagues and mentors.
We support diversity of all kinds.
We respect and help each other.
We are welcoming to new group members and visitors.
We maintain a healthy work-life balance.
We support Open research and Open Access publishing.
We engage with the wider research community and the public.
We have fun and try to make science a nicer place!
- Ellen Coombs
NERC London DTP. 2016-2020.
Co-supervised with Prof. Anjali Goswami at UCL.
Cetacean responses to climate change: past, present and future.
- Charlotte Page. MSci student (UCL) 2016-2017.
Convergence in "river dolphins".
- Andrea Sartorius. MRes student (UCL) 2017.
Marsupial type distributions and IUCN Red List maps.
- Jack Davies. MRes student (UCL) 2017.
Amphibian type distributions and IUCN Red List maps.
- Daniele. MSc student (Imperial) 2017.
Geometric morphometrics of ornithischian dinosaurs.
- Joseph. MSc student (Imperial) 2017.
- Wui. MSc student (Imperial) 2017.
Convergence in "insectivores".
- Olivia. MSc student (Imperial) 2017.
- Dr Thomas Guillerme. PhD student (TCD) 2012-2015.
Macroevolution with fossils and living species.
- Sive Finlay. MRes student (TCD) 2012-2015.
Morphological diversity in tenrecs
- Guillermo Gilbert. MRes student (Imperial) 2016.
Biogeography of Galapagos birds.
- Dan Bell. MRes student (Imperial) 2016.
Predicting cetacean length from skull measurements.
For more information on working in the group see the documents provided here.