Dr Axel Newton

Axel completed his PhD in the Pask Lab in 2019 examining convergent skull evolution between the extinct marsupial thylacine and placental canids.

He then moved to Monash University for a postdoc, studying avian limb development and wing reduction in the emu.

Now, Axel is back as post-doc in the Pask Lab continuing our thylacine research, and perusing his own research interests of skull development and evolution between mammals.

See his recent publications here.

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