Marc E.H. Jones
Research Department of Cell and Developmental Biology
Anatomy Building
Gower Street, UCL
University College London
London, WCIE 6BT
United Kingdom

Marc is currently a BBSRC postdoctoral fellow at UCL, University College London. His research focuses mainly on skull mechanics and feeding apparatus in reptiles such as the New Zealand tuatara (Sphenodon) and other lepidosaurs. However, he has a wide variety of interests including the early diversification and evolution of modern amphibians, the parameters of bone growth, skull fenestration, the biogeographic history of southern continents, geometric morphometrics, and imaging morphological data. Marc is a passionate advocate of synthesising data from different sources and makes use of his artistic side whenever he can. See his site.