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.
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.
Determining the Functionality & Origin of Mandibular Features in Sloths
Ohio Northern researchers examine mandibular features of sloths and other basal mammals.
Researcher Studies Seasonal Morphological Variation in Mustelids
Max Planck Institute postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Scott LaPoint, studies the seasonal morphological variation in mustelids.
Texas Tech Student Examines Mammal Specimens
Texas Tech University PhD student, Howie Huynh, visited the Mammal Division to examine specimens from various mammal species.
Michigan Undergraduate Studies Mammalian Skull Diversity
Austin Stebbins, a Michigan Undergraduate, examines the morphology on a wide range of mammalian species.
UROP Student Photographs Rodent Jaws
Michigan Undergraduate, Ji Ye, photographs rodent jaws as part of her UROP research experience.
Postdoctoral Researcher Uses 3D Imaging of Ungulates
Ohio State Graduate Student Examines Bat Skulls
Ohio State PhD Student, Sarah Gutzwiller, examines skulls from various bat species.
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).