Graeme Lloyd is a DECRA Fellow in Macquarie University's Department of Biological Sciences. He holds an undergraduate degree from University College London and a MSc and PhD from the University of Bristol.
Dr Lloyd's research has focused on patterns of morphological diversity and tempo inferred from discrete characters, sampling bias in estimates of palaeobiodiversity, and the generation of meta-analytical phylogenies. More recently he has been working on producing a phylogenetic hypothesis for fossil tetrapods and developing new palaeobiogeographic models to understand dispersal in deep time.
Taxonomically he has worked on a wide range of groups, from planktic microfossils (Coccolithophores, Foraminifera) to vertebrates (fishes, Temnospondyls, Dinosaurs).
For more information, visit Dr Lloyd's personal site.