Assistant Professor of Earth & Planetary Sciences, Yale University
Assistant Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology and Vertebrate Zoology, Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History
Bhart-Anjan S. Bhullar
Vertebrate paleontology and comparative anatomy. Image credit: Paolo Verzone/National Geographic
2018-2021. Starting fall 2021, Assistant Professor at University of North Carolina Charlotte and new joint genomics institute (dual appointment). Molecular evolution of olfactory and neural genes, brain evolution and development.
2020-present. General archosaurian anatomy and systematics. Locomotor evolution and development in reptiles.
2020-present. Palatal evolution and development in amniotes.
starting spring 2022. Tooth evolution and development.
Trunk and cranial anatomy and function in archosaurs.
2018-present. Limb evolution and development in aquatic tetrapods. Cranial evolution, function, and development of archosaurs.
2018-present. Early reptile evolution and musculoskeletal anatomy/function.
2016-2021. Offered Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdoctoral work at the University of Berlin. Muscle and musculoskeletal development and homology across Tetrapoda, especially postcranial.
2014-present. Avialan and avian systematics. Avialan cranial evolution and function; feeding apparatus evolution and development.
2015-present. Co-advised with Günter Wagner. Evolution, development, and function of facial musculature.
2015-2021. Accepted postdoctoral research position at Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. Brain and braincase co-evolution and development in archosaurs; archosaurian anatomy and paleobiology.