FMEA students present at Undergraduate Research Day

The FMEA lab made a strong showing at the Thomas E. Helm Undergraduate Research Day at WIU Wednesday, April 20, 2011.  We had three poster presentations, one oral presentation, and the Distinguished Alumna this year was none other than Katie Reiss, a former FMEA lab member!


  • Christine Gardner – Limb Bone Scaling: Afrotherian Allometry
  • Mercedes Taylor – Differential Long Bone Growth in Eutherian Mammals
  • Shannon Worstell – From Forelimb to Flipper: Comparing Limb Proportion Development in Terrestrial to Aquatic Reptiles and Mammals

Oral Presentation:

  • Collin VanBuren – Quantifying the Posture of Quadrupedal Dinosaurs: A Morphometric Approach

We are proud of our students and their strong showing at this event.

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