Department/Area: Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
We seek a Postdoctoral Fellow to join the Stephanie E. Pierce Laboratory based in the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University. The Fellow will contribute to an NSF funded research project on the evolution of the mammalian forelimb. The primary aim of the research is to understand how shifts in forelimb morphology and posture during synapsid evolution contributed to the ecomorphological success of mammals. The Fellow will help to build and test 3D musculoskeletal models of various fossil synapsids to investigate functional changes related to the
Internal Number: 8939
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