Natural History Museum, Palaeontology Department
June 2008 - present Curator of Fossil Arthropods and Graptolites
June 2005 - June 2008 Curator of Trilobites and Graptolites
2001 - 2005 Research Assistant to Dr R. Fortey, Trilobites and Graptolites
2000 - 2001 Acting IT Manager
pre 2000 Research Assistant and Curator
BSc Environmental Science (Biology and Geology), Birkbeck, University of London
Responsible for the fossil arthropod and graptolite collections
Dr. Greg Edgecombe
Joe S.H. Collins
Prof. Richard Fortey
Dr. Adrian Rushton
Prof. Paul Selden
Page, A., Wilby, P.R., MELLISH, C.J.T., Williams, M. & Zalasiewicz, J.A. 2008. Dawsonia Nicholson: linguliform brachiopods, crustacean tail-pieces and a problematicum rather than graptolite ovarian vesicles. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 99: 251–266.
Fortey, R. A., Zhang Y. & MELLISH, C. J. T. 2005. The Relationships of Biserial Graptolites. Palaeontology, Vol. 48(6), 1241-1272
Chatterton, B. D. E., Fortey, R. A. & MELLISH, C. J. T. 2004. Spiny Trilobites from the Devonian of Morocco. Palaeontological Association Newsletter, 57, p.146.
Fortey, R. A. & MELLISH, C. J. T. 1992. Are some fossils better than others for inferring palaeogeography? The early Ordovician of the North Atlantic region as an example. Terra Nova, 4 (2), 210 - 216.