Advisor: Dr. Catherine Forster

I am a graduate student in the Systematics and Evolution program at The George Washington University. My research focuses on the functional anatomy and evolution of the postcranial skeleton in ornithischian dinosaurs, particularly with respect to the transition from bipedal to quadrupedal locomotion and the acquisition of large body size.

Other areas of interest include the effect of fossils in phylogeny-based evolutionary studies, the quality of the fossil record, and the interaction between evolutionary and geological history.

Prior to moving to GWU, I read Natural Sciences at Magdalene College, Cambridge.

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