Twitter | Search | |
Sophie Regnault
Anatomy Teaching Fellow , Associate at . PhD in kneecaps. Previously vet surgeon. Interested in anatomy, evolution, pathology. She/her.
1,891
Tweets
817
Following
665
Followers
Tweets
Sophie Regnault Jan 21
Oooh, great! I am a big fan of Vanat . It's my first year teaching veterinary anatomy and I am still building up my own image banks, so good detailed online pics are gold
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Armita Manafzadeh Jan 14
A belated -inspired thread — if you ever use , watch talks, or read papers, the following unsolicited FYI is for you. Please r/t for visibility!
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Dr Mark D. Scherz Jan 13
A 3-year postdoc is being advertised in the Vences group (my PhD advisor) at the TU Braunschweig in Germany! This is an awesome group in a beautiful city. They're looking for bioinformatics/programming oriented people, and especially international talent!
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Journal of Zoology Jan 13
Carapace scute pattern anomalies in the loggerhead turtle: are they indicative of hatchling survival probability? - Read the paper for FREE via
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Marta Pina Jan 13
It took a while, but it is finally here! New biomechanical study of the through published in Palaeontology Special thanks to my coauthors Daniel DeMiguel, Francesc Puigvert and Salvador Moyà-Solà for their support!
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
John R. Hutchinson Dec 16
Partly filmed in RVC's Structure & Motion Lab! (there was much cooing and "I want one!" But we cannot have one.)
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Concerned bioinformatician Dec 16
Bioinformatics summed up in one picture.
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Sam Giles Dec 13
For , here’s a gorgeous specimen of the early teleost ‘Pholidophorus’ from the Lias (~200 million years ago) of Lyme Regis. The bone has mostly been replaced by pyrite - fools gold 😍
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Dr Alana Sharp Dec 8
ONE MONTH left to apply for this NERC funded PhD with me, and , on the and of lagomorph skulls 🐰🐇
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Dec 3
To our friends in the UK: please cherish, protect, & continue investing in your healthcare system! Once Big Pharma & special interests get their hands on it, it could take generations to regain. Millions of people in the US are fighting to have a system half as good as the NHS.
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault Dec 2
Replying to @EvaCHerbst
I bet you will have an amazing time! Let us know if you need a cheeky bouldering break ;-) I have been thinking about it since ICVM
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
John R. Hutchinson Nov 26
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Jennifer Dennis Nov 20
My fellow Anatomy colleagues, does anyone specifically evaluate student perspectives on prosection? Needing some promopts for my course evals, and looking for suggestions. Thank you!!
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Peter Falkingham Nov 20
Would you like to apply for a PhD on Pterosaur tracks? Click the link and take a look:
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Monica Daley Nov 17
Important deadlines coming up! Apply by 1st of December to be considered for a PhD position or the Research Specialist role. See:  
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Dr Aaron Murray Nov 15
One for Harry Potter fans! I avoid teaching cranial nerve mnemonics because they can be sexist or harder to remember than the actual nerves (defeats the point really) but here’s one I like: “On, On, On They Travelled And Found Voldemort Guarding Very Ancient Horcruxes” 🧙‍♂️
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
I collect spores, molds, and fungi Nov 14
If you are using student teaching evaluations in hiring, tenure, or promotion, you are engaging in gender discrimination, full stop.
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Jana Goyens Nov 14
The organ of and is 45% less sensitive than that of because of its elliptical canals. This is probably related to the flatness of their head. Happy to share my new paper in !
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault Nov 14
Replying to @peterfalkingham
nooooooo
Reply Retweet Like
Sophie Regnault retweeted
Peter Falkingham Nov 12
Well done on getting your first PhD paper out there! with . Can you estimate soft-tissue underfoot area from bones alone?
Reply Retweet Like