Research Assistant Professor
I’m a multi-disciplinary vertebrate palaeontologist from HK. I earned a BSc in geology from UCL in 2006 before progressing to an MSc in geoscience (palaeobiology) in 2007. I pursued a PhD on ‘the evolution and biomechanics of dinosaurian tails’ with Prof. Paul Upchurch and Prof. John R Hutchinson (RVC) completing in 2012.
I lead the Vertebrate Palaeontology Laboratory which includes two PhD students, a number of undergraduate and Master's students as well as research associates. I produced and instruct HKU's free online course Dinosaur Ecosystems.