Principal Researcher in the Department of Earth Sciences, Natural History Museum
Imran Rahman is a Principal Researcher in the Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum. His research is broadly concerned with the evolutionary origins of animals. He uses an interdisciplinary approach, combining 3D imaging and computer modelling methods with palaeontological data, to decipher the fossil record of animal evolution. Current research is focused on the Ediacara biota, Palaeozoic echinoderms and deuterostome evolution.
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