Ryan worked on the functional morphology of carnivoran pelves, which included laser scanning bones, creating 3D models, and performing 3D geometric morphometric analyses.
M.A. (2015), Boston University School of Medicine
M.S. (2019), USC
Will spent a semester in the lab working on the carnivoran pelvic functional morphology project.
Stephanie used 3D geometric morphometrics to study the obstetrical implications of sexual dimorphism in hominoid os coxae for her Master’s thesis at Boston University School of Medicine.
Undergraduate, Health and Human Sciences B.A. (2020), Public Health M.S. (2021), USC
Daniela started working in the lab in January 2019 and has experience laser scanning carnivore pelvic bones, post-processing pelvic bone surface models, and segmenting tarsal bones from micro-CT scans of galagid species.
Undergraduate, Human Biology B.S. (2020), Global Medicine M.S. (2020), USC
Jocelyn started working in the lab in August 2018 and has experience laser scanning carnivore pelvic bones, landmarking pelvic surface models, and segmenting tarsal bones from micro-CT scans of galagid species.
Senior, North Hollywood High School
Serin spent a summer in the lab working on the carnivoran pelvic functional morphology project.
Terence Capellini (Harvard University)
Lynn Copes (Quinnipiac University)
Ted Garland (UC Riverside)
Stephanie Meredith (West LA College)
Biren Patel (USC)
Terrence Ritzman (Washington University)
Erik Seiffert (USC)