Tiago Rodrigues SimõesAlexander Agassiz Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University
- Harvard University
- United States of America
About Tiago Rodrigues Simões
I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Pierce Lab @ Dept. Organismic & Evolutionary Biology/Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University. I work on the early evolution of squamates and on the phylogenetic relationships among squamates and other major reptile lineages. I started my career in my home city (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), developing research on fossil reptiles at the Museu Nacional/UFRJ, and subsequently moved to Canada, where I obtained my PhD at the University of Alberta and expanded my expertise on phylogenetic methods, functional morphology and macroevolution. I am interested in combining data from living and extinct species, as well as morphological and molecular data, to explore and investigate deep time problems in vertebrate evolution.
Regular Contributor Nature
October, 2012: Caldwell: -Tiago, I think you should switch your PhD project from mosasaurs to the origin of squamates Tiago: -Really? But the fossil record is so incomplete! Caldwell: It will be good for you. Amazing to believe that I still had to think about it...
Convergent evolution and biomechanics in ancient lizards
Regular Contributor Scientific Reports
Yep!:) They must have been funny looking!