PhD. student, Anthropological Institute, University of Zurich
Evolutionary Developmental Biology (EvoDevo), quantification of shape changes (e.g. during growth and development) using geometric morphometrics techniques, multivariate quantitative data analysis, biomedical imaging.
In my PhD project, I'll investigate comparative ontogeny of great ape and human pelves with implications for evolution of birth. Central questions such as developmental and functional modularity of pelvis, development of sexual dimorphism and concomitant changes in pelvic shape are investigated.
|2015||PhD student in Evolutionary Biology,
Life Science Zurich Graduate School UZH/ETH, Switzerland
|2010||Msc in Quaternary geology and prehistory
International Erasmus Mundus program, Natural History Museum of Paris, France
|2010||Msc Natural science,
Natural History Museum of Paris, France
|2008||Guest Studentship in Biosciences,
Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main, Germany
|2006||BA Archaeology, History and Political science/International law,
Baku State University, Azerbaijan