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Greg is a Royal Society Newton International fellow, studying the physiology of fossil mammals as part of the PalM Research Group led by Dr. Brusatte. Greg uses osteohistology to look inside the bones of fossil animals and learn about their growth and physiology. He also studies oviraptorosaur dinosaurs, and conducts fieldwork in Alberta and Mongolia, to understand the diversity, ecology, and evolution of Cretaceous ecosystems.

Education/Academic qualification

Systematics and Evolution, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of Alberta

1 Sep 201315 Aug 2019

Award Date: 12 Sep 2019

External positions

Royal Society Newton International Fellow, Royal Society

6 Jan 202031 Dec 2021

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