Fall 2018

Fall 2018 was a busy research semester for everyone in the lab! - Undergraduates Penney and Anna began their Senior Honors Theses, with Anna focusing on the functional morphology of chevron bones in mammals, and Penney focusing on a 3D analysis of sacroiliac joint topography. Conference abstracts related to the preliminary findings of their research have been accepted for presentations at the 2019 American Association of Physical Anthropologists, which will be held in Cleveland OH in March. - Research on the response of the axial skeleton to bipedal loading behaviors in rodents by former lab member (now across the street in the SBU medical school) D'Arcy Marsh, along with Dr. Russo, was publ

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