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Mr Logan King

Mr Logan King

Mr Logan King


Area of research

Ontogenetic and macroevolutionary changes in the endocranial anatomy of non-avian dinosaurs

Office Life Sciences Building
School of Earth Sciences,
Wills Memorial Building, Queens Road BS8 1RJ
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I am an international PhD student from the United States. I am originally from Alabama where I earned my Bachelor's degree in geology at the University of Alabama in 2013. I earned my Master's degree in 2017 from Fort Hays State University in Kansas where my thesis was titled "Morphometric Changes in Semicircular Canal Shape within Theropoda (Dinosauria: Saurischia) and their Dietary Implications".



2017 - present: PhD, University of Bristol

2014 - 2017: MSc, Fort Hays State University, Kansas, United States

2007 - 2013: BSc, Univeristy of Alabama, Alabama, United States


Awards and Grants:

Geological Society of London’s William George Fearnsides Fund

Fulbright Research Program finalist


Professional Affiliations:

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Geological Society of America

Geological Society of London


As of November 2017, I will have demonstrated the course(s):

  • The Dynamic Surface (2017, 2019)
  • Evolution of Life & Earth (2018)
  • Geobiology (2019)


  • Ontogeny
  • Macroevolution
  • Palaeoneurology
  • Endocasts
  • CT scanning



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