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Visitors to the Mammals lab

Visiting Student Leverages 3D Technology in Morphological Study

Michael Taylor, an undergraduate from Ohio Northern University, uses 3D technology to study carnivore skulls.

3/4/2014

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Pre-Dental Students Examine Mammal Specimens

UM Undergraduates, Austin Stebbins (left), Peter Rick (center), and Aaron Dalman (right), have spent most of this semester measuring mammal species, amassing a dataset for nearly 240 species.

2/28/2014

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Determining the Functionality & Origin of Mandibular Features in Sloths

Ohio Northern researchers examine mandibular features of sloths and other basal mammals.

1/23/2014

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Researcher Studies Seasonal Morphological Variation in Mustelids

Max Planck Institute postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Scott LaPoint, studies the seasonal morphological variation in mustelids.

12/18/2013

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Texas Tech Student Examines Mammal Specimens

Texas Tech University PhD student, Howie Huynh, visited the Mammal Division to examine specimens from various mammal species.

12/2/2013

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Michigan Undergraduate Studies Mammalian Skull Diversity

Austin Stebbins, a Michigan Undergraduate, examines the morphology on a wide range of mammalian species.

11/5/2013

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UROP Student Photographs Rodent Jaws

Michigan Undergraduate, Ji Ye, photographs rodent jaws as part of her UROP research experience.

11/1/2013

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Postdoctoral Researcher Uses 3D Imaging of Ungulates

Florida Museum of Natural History Postdoctoral Researcher, Dr. Aaron Wood, uses 3D imaging to examine ungulate morpology.

8/15/2013

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Ohio State Graduate Student Examines Bat Skulls

Ohio State PhD Student, Sarah Gutzwiller, examines skulls from various bat species.

8/7/2013

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PhD Student from Michigan State Visits Mammal Division

Michigan State PhD student, Paige Howell (right), photographs American marten (Martes americana) skulls from Michigan with the assistance of Suzanne LaCroix (left).

8/5/2013

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