Pedro has had a busy couple of weeks. Last week he attended the II Iberian Symposium on Geometric Morphometrics in Madrid, presenting his research using morphometrics to assess the role of heterochrony in Cretaceous crocodyliform evolution.
This week, he presented a poster on his thesis research at the Research Poster Conference organised by the Graduate School at the University of Birmingham. He did very well, being awarded the best poster prize for the College of Life and Environmental Sciences, adding to our group’s recent excellent record in winning prizes.
To top this all off, there is a nice interview on the PeerJ blog with Pedro on his recent paper on the postcranial anatomy of Pissarrachampsa.