My current research focuses on vertebrate evolutionary morphology and systematics, particularly in the modern birds and their extinct relatives. Specifically, I am interested in the patterns of morphological and ecological disparity in vertebrates, and how fossils can inform our understanding of the processes and circumstances that generated this disparity. Secondarily, I have a strong interest in locomotor biomechanics and physiology of living species of vertebrates and how these behaviors evolve. I am also interested in comparative phylogenetic methods and their utility in investigating the evolution vertebrate form and function.

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A roundup of my current research projects and outreach activities.

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My personal blog, covering many topics such as research, science education, and natural history.