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Sophie Regnault
Anatomy Teaching Fellow , Associate at . PhD in kneecaps. Previously vet surgeon. Interested in anatomy, evolution, pathology. She/her.
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Sophie Regnault May 29
I think the security certificate for wikivet is expired (no-one can access the site!) Apologies if misdirected, but not sure how to get in touch without access to the website itself :-)
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Sophie Regnault Apr 3
Replying to @nxcare
Thanks! So I can just ignore the expiry date written on the front (21st May 2020) and use it once services resume? (Many thanks for your reply, I appreciate you must be recieving lots of questions!)
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Sophie Regnault Apr 2
Replying to @nxcare
Hi Josh. I bought some multiride tickets in Feb (for work commute), but with the recommended isolation and suspension of NX services, I wondered whether my unused tickets could be honoured past the usual 3mo expiration (when services resume) or whether I could apply for a refund?
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NHMdinolab Mar 26
Very sad news: I've just heard that Jenny Clack, leading expert on early tetrapod evolution and a stalwart of the UK palaeo community, has lost her long, brave battle with cancer. She'll be missed by all of her friends and colleagues, but her influence will extend long and far
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Sophie Regnault Mar 17
Replying to @LovingApathy @MCZpaleo
We used .OBJs imported into 3Matic and then exported as a 3D PDF. Hope it helps!
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Sophie Regnault Mar 15
Hooray, my paper with on the suprising secrets of echidna shoulder muscle architecture is published (alongside our DICECT digital dissection)! Read about it at (and 3D pdf should be available soon!)
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John Hawks Mar 10
I have been teaching online, by video, podcast, and with virtual laboratories for 10 years. I know that many colleagues are unexpectedly facing a transition to online teaching at the midpoint of their courses. Some pointers and resources that may help:
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Sophie Regnault Feb 25
I don't suppose you've tried taking muscle architecture or very fine dissection pics with it? (This is more my price range, compared to some of the other recommendations haha)
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Professor John R. Hutchinson Feb 24
Yay! New Research Technician post in 3D anatomy with the team is posted! 6 month job; need prior experience segmenting fossil (vertebrate; ideally archosaur but the bauplan is all similar) CT scan data. Come join us!
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Sophie Regnault Feb 21
The Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum seems down/unresponsive... Anyone know what's up?
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Sophie Regnault Feb 19
Very cool to see Phil's latest work, published yesterday! Ever wondered how well we can know fossil musculoskeletal functional parameters? The this is one for you!
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Sophie Regnault Feb 18
Replying to @nxcare
Are you sure? On the back of the multiride ticket it says "To guarantee a seat on a specific service, a reservation is required", and my driver this morning advised me to phone to make a reservation as it has been very busy. Just wanted to know whether it has to be phone?
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Sophie Regnault Feb 18
Is there a way I can reserve a seat using my multi-ride ticket online?
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Sophie Regnault Feb 17
Replying to @adriana_lowe
Pretty small to be fair! But they love to dig and are very curious (fun to watch, and I have turned to indoor 'gardening' now!)
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Sophie Regnault Feb 17
Replying to @adriana_lowe
(I saw you also mentioned poo expectations - we have 3 so that they always have company in case of an unexpected mortality, and let them free range. = Poo everywhere, garden fully trashed, giant holes in everything - you may want some netting/fencing to keep some nice areas!)
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Sophie Regnault Feb 17
Replying to @adriana_lowe
We don't for ours (dense urban area, but also terraced houses with fairly active neighbour gardens) and have managed ok so far (1yr). I would suggest a good foxproof run (recommend Omlet with lots of camping pegs!) and run extenders if you can't supervise free-ranging
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Alan McElligott Feb 14
any postdoc interested in bioacoustics & chicken welfare? get in touch if willing to write a grant application together. See this recent review: Automated bioacoustics: methods in ecology and conservation and their potential for animal welfare monitoring
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Sophie Regnault Feb 14
Heavy start to the teaching semester and sinuses clogged with fresher's flu, BUT my students are really starting to take charge of their learning in practicals AND a paper I've been working on for the last few months has been accepted! AND it's Friday!!
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Sophie Regnault Feb 14
Replying to @JohnRHutchinson @DrGW0
What did you go for in the end (and is it working for you)? I have some undergrad research projects on the horizon...
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BACA Feb 5
Starting our series with Alessandra Giliani (1307-1326), an Italian anatomist who is known to be the first documented female to be practising in a time where it was very uncommon for a women to be highly educated, not to mention working as a prosector..
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