Emma Miller joined the lab! Emma is working on the gophers from the Fort Logan Formation of Montana. Welcome Emma!
You can now find us on Twitter
“Do changes in the tooth morphology of mylagaulid rodents reflect adaptations to a changing environment?” You could find out today!
I am presenting my research at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America in Seattle. https://twitter.com/EEOB_OSU/status/922538202052878342
Christian Harris joined the lab! He will be working on the locomotion of fossil beavers. You can learn more about Christian and the rest of the lab here.
Andrew Brown just joined the lab. He is working on the morphological variation in pocket gophers, kangaroo rats, and pocket mice. Welcome Andrew! (People)
Are you interested in anatomy? Are you passionate about ecology and evolution? I am looking for motivated undergraduate students interested in research on mammals. Whether you are on the Marion campus or the Columbus one, there are exciting research opportunities available on both fossil and modern mammals! Contact me for more information.
I am looking to grow the lab. I am accepting applications for a MS student in the Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology at The Ohio State University in Columbus. We are currently working of a diversity of projects focused on the morphology of mammals. You can learn more about our research here. Contact me with any question.