P r o f i l e

I am a doctoral student studying paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. My research integrates several approaches to investigate the evolution and development of archosaurs, a group that includes crocodiles, dinosaurs, birds, and their relatives. I also write programs to explore theoretical and practical issues in shape analysis and evolutionary biology. Besides my role as a paleontologist, I am also an amateur musical composer and perform in the New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra. My CV is available below. You can follow me on Twitter @akiopteryx.


N e w s f e e d

A new publication in the journal Cladistics on the effect of poor intraspecific sampling on construction of evolutionary trees. You can download the PERDA script in the "Programs" page.
OPEN ACCESS: Download here.



My Google Glass video project in collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History:



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Aki Watanabe,
Jul 22, 2015, 10:41 AM