Felice Lab

morphology, modularity, macroevolution

I am a Lecturer in Human Anatomy at UCL in the department of Cell and Developmental Biology. My research is focused on the evolution of morphological diversity through time. I use geometric morphometrics, 3-D visualization, and phylogenetic methods to understand how the component parts of organisms relate to one another (i.e., modularity and integration) and how these interactions have shaped evolvability, disparity, and variation across the tree of life. In pursuit of these goals, I use paleontological and neontological data across a variety of clades, including birds, dinosaurs, crocodylians, mammals and more. At UCL, I teach Human Anatomy to Year 1 and 2 medical (MBBS) students.

If you are interested in working in my lab as student or postdoc, contact me directly via email.