I teach anatomy within the MBBS programme to first and second years, as well as teaching within the MSc in Human Anatomy and Evolution.
I lecture and facilitate the anatomy lab sessions to the MBBS first and second years, as well as provide a first year SSIP. I also teach within the Human Anatomy and Evolution MSc programme specifically within the Primate Ecology and Evolution and Functional and Musculoskeletal Anatomy modules.
View Andrew's publications on ORCID.
I supervise the projects within the Human Anatomy and Evolution MSc. Current student projects include electromyographic studies of spear thrusting in humans, craniofacial forensic reconstruction, and how much pelvis morphology of chimpanzees and humans is influenced by locomotor or sexual differences.