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Research Interests

Comparative evolutionary biomechanics in both vertebrates and invertebrates, particularly to examine how the laws of physics and mechanics influence evolutionary processes; combining kinematics and fracture mechanics to examine the evolution of biological cutting/puncture systems; biomechanical and morphological diversification in deep-time; evolution of multi-part biomechanical systems; paleobiomechanics

Education

PhD: University of Chicago, IL
BA: Carleton College, MN

Office Address

101 Shelford Vivarium
608 East Healey Street
Champaign, IL 61820

Office Phone

217-300-2855

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