Becas de investigación

Becas de investigación 2018-05-29T08:20:17+00:00
  • 2010. URC Minor Research Equipment Application, Wits University, to purchase a Microscribe digitiser. ZAR 68.000.

  • 2010. Grant from PAST, Palaeontological-Scientific-Trust, Johannesburg, for a field-trip to the Permo-Triassic of Namibia. ZAR 45.000.

  • 2009-2011. PICT 2008-1978. Fondo para la Investigacion Cientifica y Tecnologia, Argentina (FONCYT). Foreign Researcher Member of the Research Group. Subject: Skull ontogeny and allometry in marsupials: functionality and evolutionary patterns. Argentine Pesos 180.000 (~ZAR 344.693; ~ US$ 46.584).

  • 2009. KIC Travel Grant (Knowledge Interchange and Collaboration) NRF, for a conference trip to the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Bristol and to study fossil therapsids from the collections of the Natural History Museum, London; Museum of Zoology, Cambridge University and the Zoology Museum, Oxford University. ZAR 25.000.

  • 2009. Grant from PAST, Palaeontological-Scientific-Trust, Johannesburg, for a trip to study therapsids from the collection of the Palaeontological Institute in Moscow. ZAR 50.000.

  • 2008. Grant from PAST, Palaeontological-Scientific-Trust, Johannesburg, for a trip to Brazil and Argentina, for taxonomical and evolutionary studies in South American cynodonts; enamel microstructure studies in South American and South African cynodonts and ontogenetic studies in South American marsupials. ZAR 25.000.

  • 2006. Welles Award, Museum of Paleontology, University of California at Berkeley, for the study of therocephalians and cynodonts. US$ 1500.

  • 2006. Scholarship Award, Field Museum, Chicago, for the study of therocephalians and cynodonts. US$ 1180.

  • 2005. Grant from PAST, Palaeontological-Scientific-Trust, Johannesburg, for the study of African therocephalians and cynodonts in collections of South Africa and Namibia.  ZAR 30.000.

  • 2003. Grant from PAST, Palaeontological-Scientific-Trust, Johannesburg, for the study of African cynodonts in the collections of the U. K. ZAR 38.320.

  • 2003. Research Visit Grant, Royal Society of London for the study of African cynodonts in the collections of the U.K. £ 4.780.

  • 1998. Mayr Grant, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, for the study of cynodont material. U.S$.1.250.

  • 1998. Collection Study Grant, American Museum of Natural History, for the study of cynodont material. U.S.$ 1.000.

  • 1995. COCYTUC. (Science and Technological Council of Tucumán Province) for research on skull anatomy in living marsupials.

  • 1994. DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) Short Grant (three months) for the revision of cynodont collections at the Institut und Museum fur Geologie und Palaontologie, Universitat Tubingen and and of the Bayerische Staatssammlung fur Palaontologie und Historische Geologie Munchen.

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  • 1994. Universidad Nacional de Tucumán. Short Grant for the revision of cynodont collections at the Institut und Museum fur Geologie und Palaontologie, Universitat Tubingen, the Bayerische Staatssammlung fur Palaontologie und Historische Geologie Munchen, and the Natural History Museum of London.

  • 1992. Stimulus Project. Natural Sciences Faculty, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán in cooperation with Fernando Lobo for research on chondrogenic and osteogenic processes in the lizard Liolaemus.