Tag: Robert Brocklehurst
Robert is a palaebiologist studying his PhD at the University of Manchester, UK, on breathing mechanics and respiratory evolution in birds, crocodilians and dinosaurs. His broad interests are on the relationship between skeletal form and organism function, studying the anatomy and biomechanics of both living and fossil animals with the aid of X-ray visualisation tools and computer models & simulations. As an undergrad he studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge, followed by an MSc in Palaeobiology at Bristol, before pursuing his PhD in Manchester.
When not researching, he is usually found on stage, performing the works of Gilbert and Sullivan.
Robert Brocklehurst, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Manchester, Michael Smith Building, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PT