David Evans


Associate Professor

Royal Ontario Museum
B.Sc. (Univ of British Columbia); Ph.D. (Univ of Toronto)
Email: d.evans@utoronto.ca
Web Page: http://evanslab.wordpress.com/  

Phone: 416-586-5753
Office: ROM 346E
Lab: ROM 346C

Research Areas:
Biodiversity & Systematics;
Behaviour, Physiology & Anatomy of Organisms

Study Organisms: Animals


I am interested in vertebrate evolution and palaeontology. My research focuses on the evolution, historical biogeography, and palaeobiology of dinosaurs and their role in Cretaceous terrestrial ecosystems. Current research aims to clarify the evolutionary relationships and diversity of Late Cretaceous dinosaur groups (including hadrosaurids, ceratopsians, pachycephalosaurids and small theropods), and to evaluate patterns of dinosaur evolution and biogeography as they relate to environmental changes leading up to the end Cretaceous extinction event.


EEB 362 (Introduction to Macroevolution)

EEB 466 (Approaches to the Study of Biodiversity)