02/2012-present: Research assistant to the Calleva Project, Human Origins Research
Group, Earth Sciences Department, Natural History Museum, London.
10/2009-present: Department of Life Sciences PhD. studentship, Biological Anthropology, Centre for Evolutionary and Environmental Anthropology, University of Roehampton.
03-09/2009: Production administrator at The Journal of Physiology.
01-03/2009: Graduate research assistant to Dr J.T. Stock, Department of Biological Anthropology, University of Cambridge.
2009-present: Roehampton University: PhD. Biological Anthropology. Supervisors: Dr T.C. Rae, Professor A. MacLarnon (both Roehampton University) and Professor C.B. Stringer (Natural History Museum).
2007- 2008: Churchill College, University of Cambridge – MPhil. Biological Anthropology. Thesis supervisor: Dr J.T. Stock.
2002- 2005: College of St Hild and St Bede, University of Durham – BA (Hons.) Anthropology. Dissertation supervisor: Professor R. Layton.
My thesis title is Craniofacial morphology, adaptation, and paranasal pneumatisation in Pleistocene hominins. It is an investigation into the relationship between the size, shape, and function of sinuses, and craniofacial shape in Homo heidelbergensis, Neanderthals, and humans. I use CT scans of fossil and dry crania and 3D landmark-based geometric morphometrics.
Buck, L. T. & Stringer, C. B. 2014. Homo heidelbergensis. Current Biology 24: R214-5.