Welcome to the FMEA Lab Blog

Hello and welcome to the Functional Morphology & Evolutionary Anatomy (FMEA) Lab Blog at Western Illinois University.

The Functional Morphology & Evolutionary Anatomy Lab is a cross-disciplinary working group for undergraduates and graduate students interested in anatomical projects deriving from the biological and anthropological sciences. The group welcomes interested, motivated students who wish to explore a broad range of anatomical topics related to extant and fossil vertebrate morphology.

The lab is run jointly by WIU professors Dr. Matthew Bonnan (Biological Sciences) and Dr. Jess White (Sociology/Anthropology).  The purpose of our blog is to promote the FMEA working group and to keep those interested informed about on-going student and faculty research in the lab.

If you are interested in joining or learning more about the FMEA Working Group or the exciting new FMEA minor, please follow this blog and find out more about us.

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