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 Collaborators


Below is a list of people our lab has collaborated with over the past few years on various research projects. For further details on current collaborations see our research pages.

Marie-Céline Buchy (Museo del Desierto, Mexico). Fossil crocodilians from the Early Cretaceous of north-eastern Brazil; pliosaurs from the Late Jurassic of Mexico; palatal anatomy and breathing mechanisms in pliosaurs.

Prof. Judd Case. (Eastern Washington University) Theropod dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous of James Ross Island, Antarctic Peninsula.

Chris Consoli. (Monash University) Theropod dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous of the Chatham Islands, South West Pacific.

Dr Eberhard 'Dino' Frey (Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe, Germany). Evolution and biomechanics of crocodilians; pliosaurs from the Late Jurassic of Mexico; palatal anatomy and breathing mechanisms in pliosaurs.

Dr Matt Lamanna (Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA). Evolution of Gondwanan dinosaurs.

Zhi-Xi Luo
(Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA).  Evolution of Mesozoic mammals.

Stewart Macdonald
. Crocodilian locomotor biomechanics.

Dr James Martin. (South Dakota School of Mines and Technology) Theropod dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous of James Ross Island, Antarctic Peninsula.

Dr Dave Martill (University of Portsmouth, UK). Fossil crocodilians from the Early Cretaceous of north-eastern Brazil.

Dr Ralph Molnar (Museum of Northern Arizona). Evolution of Australian crocodilians and dinosaurs.

Sabine Peitz (Universität Bonn, Germany). Fossil crocodilians from the Early Cretaceous of north-western Europe.

Dr Tom Rich (Museum Victoria).  Evolution of Australian dinosaurs.

Dr Torsten Rossmann (Hessisches Landesmuseum, Darmstadt, Germany). Fossil crocodilians from the Eocene of Messel, Germany.

Dr P. Martin Sander (Universität Bonn, Germany). Fossil crocodilians from the Early Cretaceous of north-western Europe.

Dr Daniela Schwarz (Naturhistorisches Museum Basel). Fossil crocodilians from the Late Jurassic of Portugal.

Dr Jeffery Stilwell. (Monash University) Theropod dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous of the Chatham Islands, South West Pacific.

Dr Paul Willis (Quinkana Pty. Ltd.). Fossil crocodilians from Australia and Europe.

Dr Steve Wroe (University of Sydney). Australian marsupial carnivores and megafaunal extinctions.