Prof. Kate Trinajstic
Kate is a vertebrate palaeontologist and joined Curtin University as a Curtin Research Fellow in 2009.
She was subsequently awarded an ARC QEII Fellowship “Fleshing out the fossil record’ in 2011 to investigate the development of the skeleton and specialised musculature in early vertebrates.
Her current research project is an ARC DP (2014) “The origins of electroreception and nocturnality in the earliest known jawed vertebrates” Prior to her arrival at Curtin University, Kate held a research fellowship in the School of Earth and Environment at the University of Western Australia (2000-2008).
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