Tag: Charlotte M. Bird
Charlotte Bird is a British palaeontologist at the University of Birmingham, having completed her MSci (Hons) in Geology and Physical Geography. She will be commencing a NERC CENTA Studentship at the university in 2019. The focus of her PhD will be brain evolution in pre-mammalian cynodonts, with a particular interest in determining the roles of intraspecific and ontogenetic variation during the evolution of the mammalian lineage. Alongside her research, Charlotte hopes to improve digitisation and analysis techniques for better research outcomes and to help with communicating her research to the public. Charlotte is also a GeoTeam volunteer for the aspiring UNESCO Black Country Global Geopark and assistant curator of the Virtual Natural History Museum.
She can be found at @CharlotteMBird on Twitter.