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Braincase and skull Viz of Youngina

This post is largely a link to Nick Gardner’s recent article on the braincase of Youngina. I learned something about Permian reptiles myself helping with this project, now  I’m that much closer to turning the corner up the synapsid line. … Continue reading

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Current trends in publishing 3D Anatomy

One might say that the past decade has been the decade of 3D visualization in paleontology. Although techniques such as CT, MRI, laser scanning, serially-reconstructed histology, and confocal microscopy (and of course molding/casting)  have been around for a long time, … Continue reading

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Making Connections: SVP 2010 Symposium and More

Mark your Calendars!!! One week from today Matt Vickaryous (University of Guelph) and I will be co-convening a Symposium on Joint Biology entitled: Making Connections: the Evolution and Function of Joints in Vertebrates This series of talks will complement numerous … Continue reading

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Lizard symphysis histology paper out in Anatomical Record.

Our latest paper is out in Anatomical Record’s upcoming issue and the pdf is available online. To the right is our submitted cover illustration that I don’t believe made the cut. We’ll use it anyways. Additional data from the … Continue reading

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Summer 2010

Greetings! Please excuse our mess.  The Holliday Lab is migrating portions of its web content at University of Missouri Integrative Anatomy (found here) to this website. We’ll offer Research and publication news, updates on people, talks,  and projects, and occasionally … Continue reading

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