Dr Elsa Panciroli

Palaeontologist Dr Elsa Panciroli studies the evolution and ecology of extinct animals from the Mesozoic era, particularly the first mammals and their relatives. She is a research fellow at the University of Oxford, though she mainly works with fossils from the Isle of Skye, where she is a leading member in ongoing field research. Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, and she is a graduate of the BBC’s Expert Woman training programme, and frequently contributes to radio and podcast programmes, such as Crowdscience, The John Beatty Show and Our Lives.

Recent articles by Dr Elsa Panciroli