08.28.2017 - The site is going to be updated in the near future to reflect the change to the Frederickson Paleontology Lab at homepage. In the meantime, we had a new publication come out this today on the vertebrate fauna of the Arundel Clay of Maryland. View it here.
07.11.2017 - I was recently interviewed by NPR for a piece on young professional paleontologists influenced by the movie Jurassic Park. Listen here.
04.03.2018 - I've had a busy year finishing my dissertation. Since last update, we've published a new paper describing a pterosaur from the Late Cretaceous. View it here.
04.18.2017 - Another paper came out this week, describing a new site in the Navajo Sandstone that produces the first fish from the unit. View it here.
04.12.2017 - Our newest paper was just released describing a large crocodilian skeleton from the mid-Cretaceous of Utah. View it here.
11.30.2016 - Our new paper on Lungfish diversity from the Cretaceous of North America was released yesterday. View it here.
10.22.2016 - A few new papers have been submitted and accepted. I should have pdfs available in the next month or two.
04.05.2016 - Our POAS paper just released, view it here.
03.31.2016 - Lots of new additions including a new paper in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology naming the earliest Cretaceous lungfish from the eastern coast of North America. Check it out here.
01.30.2016 - I have added new updates on upcoming outreach events, as well as a link to a conference I am helping establish at the University of Oklahoma (the Central Ecology and Evolution Conference).
12.15.2015 - My wife (Janessa Doucette) just published her first (first author) publication on the public's perception of the legal fossil trade. Check it out here.
12.10.2015 - A new paper was just published in Cretaceous Research on the life history and ontogeny of our large shark fossil from Texas. Check it out here.
12.08.2015 - As you can see, the site is now officially online. I will do my best to keep it updated, including adding PDF copies of my research when they come available. In the near future I will be linking a Twitter account to this site, as well as uploading some of my teaching exercises, Thank you for visiting, and please free to contact me if you wish.