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My research interests deal with the morphological evolution and adaptation in vertebrates. The researches I have led since my PhD have focused on form/function relationships in the cranial system of living and extinct vertebrates. The approaches I follow encompass palaeontology, comparative anatomy and embryology, as well as functional morphology and biomechanics.

I am Research Associate in palaeobiology working in Prof. Rayfield group at the University of Bristol (UK). My current research focuses on the functional evolution of the skull during the evolution of lobe-finned fishes and early tetrapods (NERC-funded grant NE/P013090/1).