Past Grantees


My Jurassic Foundation grant was instrumental in helping to build my career as a scientist. – Stephen L. Brusatte, Ph.D., Chancellor’s Fellow in Vertebrate Palaeontology, University of Edinburgh, UK; JF grantee Spring 2007, Fall 2009

Fall 2013

Alida Bailleul

”Osteo-Histology of Cranial Sutural Fusion in the Archosauria: Implications for Maturity Assessment in Non-Avian Dinosaurs”

Museum of the Rockies, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT U.S.A.


Michael D’Emic

“Solving the ‘Problem’ of Sauropod Growth: Aging and Growth Rates in the Largest Dinosaurs”

Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY U.S.A.


Eric Gorscak

“Descriptive and Comparative Morphology of Titanosaurian Sauropods: Characterizing Paleobiogeographical Patterns of ‘Middle’ Cretaceous African Terrestrial Faunas”

Ohio University, Athens, OH U.S.A.


Paul Ullmann

“Insights into Molecular Taphonomy by Field and Laboratory Study of an Edmontosaurus Bonebed in the Hell Creek Formation, South Dakota, USA”

Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA U.S.A.


Spring 2013

Ashley Morhardt

“Brain Reconstruction and Evolution in Archosaurs”

Ohio University, Athens, OH U.S.A.


Martin Ezcurra

“New Light on the Origin of Dinosaurs: Fieldwork in the Chañares Formation (Middle-Early Late Triassic) of Argentina”

Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität-München, München, Germany


Sanaa El-Sayed, Iman El Dawoudi

“The Post-Cenomanian Dinosaurs of Egypt, Exploration of Quseir and Duwi Formations in Southern Egypt: Reconnaissance Fieldwork South Of Kharga Oasis in the Western Desert and Southern Part of the Eastern Desert”

Mansoura University, Egypt


Soki Hattori

“Unraveling Function and Evolutionary History of Hallux and Foot in Non-Avian Theropods”

University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan