|2006-present||Marie-Curie (Evan training network) early-stage researcher, Department of Human Evolution, MPI-EVA.
Topic: "Developmental integration and modularity in the primate cranium: a 3D geometric morphometrics study"
|2004||M.Sc. in Human Evolution and Behaviour
(Biological Anthropology) with Distinction
University College London, United Kingdom
Thesis: “Investigating intra-inter specific variation in the occipital bone and hard palate of great apes and humans: using 3D geometric morphometrics”
|2002||B.A. in Anthropology (Honours)
Thesis: “Man the Hunter or Woman the Gatherer: subsistence and sex roles in human evolution”
|2004||Leakey foundation grant for masters research in biological anthropology||
|2004||Department of anthropology graduate school
Research grant for masters research, UCL
|2001||Richters foundation grant for undergraduate research
- Comparative skull anatomy
- Modern human origins
- 3D geometric morphometrics
- Modularity and morphological integration
- Hominid ontogeny.
|2006||Aliakmon Paleolithic/Paleoanthropological Survey Project, Greece|
Research project: “A paleotaphonomical analysis of the fossil fauna of the upper Laetolil beds, Tanzania”