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Research Biography

My research is multidisciplinary encompassing evolutionary biology, vertebrate palaeontology & ichthyology.

I mainly focus on sarcopterygian fishes (known as "lobe-finned" fishes, such as coelacanths and lungfishes) and the earliest tetrapod-like fishes. My current research topics include palaeoneurology (fossil brains), 3D anatomy, phylogeny & the evolution of terrestriality -such as the development of limbs from fins, and the appearance of air breathing.

In particular, I use synchrotron & conventional tomography to create 3D models of fishes and tetrapods; ranging from early stem members of Devonian age to living animals.

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Research Interests

I have projects available in both comparative neurology of extant primitive fishes, or in palaeoneurology of Devonian fishes.

I scan my specimens using either synchrotron or microCT and work with their resulting 3D datasets. I use 3D modelling software such as Mimics for segmentation and visualisation.

I am currently available for Honours supervision.Please contact me if you would like to discuss either of these areas further.


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