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Miss J.J. Hill

Miss J.J. Hill

Miss J.J. Hill

Geology (PhD)

Area of research

Evolution of the Lower Jaw (mandible) of Gnathostomes

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Summary

Biography

Academic Background:

2011, Masters of Applied Science in Microscopy and Microanalysis, with Distinction
University of Sydney New South Wales, Australia
Thesis- X-ray of Amber: Using Micro-CT Methodologies to Discover Inclusions; Supervisor: Allan S. Jones


2009, Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Photographic Communications with a minor in Archaeology, Cum Laude; Double-concentration in Photomicrography and Ophthalmic Photography Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY


2007, Study Abroad in Puerto San Carlos, Mexico with School for Field Studies affiliated with Boston University; studied Coastal Ecology and Sea Turtle Behavior in Bahia Magdalena

Teaching

10/2013 Demonstrator for Biomechanics, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK Department of Earth Sciences

1/2013: Exam Invigilator, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK Department of Earth Sciences

2/09-5/09: Teaching Assistant for Preparation of Biomedical Visuals course, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY Professor Amelia Hugill-Fontanel

• Responsible for lab instruction and typography demonstrations using Adobe InDesign Software
• Responsible for attendance and collecting/grading assignments

4/07-5/09: Biomedical Laboratory Technician, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY

• Assisted professors during lab classes
• Equipment maintenance and cleanliness
• Responsible for opening and closing lab, supplying students with the proper filters and equipment for completing projects
• Advised students on technique and provided tutoring as needed

Keywords

  • Paleo-biology
  • Microscopy & Microanalysis
  • Photography
  • Micro-CT
  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • Biology
  • Botany
  • Paleontology

Memberships

Organisations

School of Earth Sciences

Postgraduate students

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