|Graham E. Budd|
|Alma mater||University of Cambridge|
|Doctoral advisor||Simon Conway Morris|
|Notable awards||Hodson Award of the Palaeontological Association|
Budd’s research primarily has focused on the anatomy and evolutionary significance of Palaeozoic arthropods and in the integration of palaeontology into evolutionary developmental biology. He has also contributed to the theoretical understanding of the role of functional morphology in evolution. Together with Sören Jensen he reintroduced the concepts of stem and crown groups to phylogenetics. Budd was awarded the Hodson Fund of the Palaeontological Association in 2002.
- G. E. Budd. 2002. A palaeontological solution to the arthropod head problem. Nature 417: 271-275.
- G. E. Budd. 2006. On the origin and evolution of major morphological characters. Biological Reviews 81: 609-628.