Prizes

-2018-

SVPCA2018, Manchester conference best talk prize

Uncovering the impact of palaeogeography on vertebrate taphonomy: an investigation of the Mazon Creek Lagerstätte


-2017-

Voted best PhD demonstrator by students at the PCSB Geology Ball, 2017

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Receiving the PhD demonstrator prize.

– 2016 –

Talk:

Highly Commended Talk Award; Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting, Lyon

Is a ‘one size fits all’ taphonomic model appropriate for Mazon Creek?

ProgPal2016 conference talk prize

Seeing into the Carboniferous: Tullimonstrum gregarium eye pigment reveals a vertebrate affinity.

Sylvester Bradley Award Honourable Mention

Seeing into the Carboniferous: Tullimonstrum gregarium eye pigment reveals a vertebrate affinity. University of Leicester Geology Postgraduate Research Day; 2016


– 2015 –

Outreach:

Winner of: ‘I’m a Scientist, get me out of here!’’ national competition.

Visit my IAS page here and see my favorite questioned asked by a student here.

Poster:

Best Poster – College of Science and Engineering Prize

Livers, guts and gills: how decay profiles control the fossilization potential of soft tissues. Poster session presented at the Festival of Postgraduate Research, University of Leicester; 2015.

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Link to festival webpage.

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Talk:

Sylvester Bradley Award Honourable Mention

Can the decay of internal organs influence fossilisation potential? University of Leicester Geology Postgraduate Research Day; 2015

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