- locomotor biomechanics, bone microstructure, human evolutionary anatomy, functional morphology
My dissertation research examines the biomechanical consequences of body size differences in humans. Specifically, I am looking at differences in gait biomechanics and subchondral and trabecular bone microstructure across humans of varying body sizes. I am interested in both the evolution of human locomotion and modern patterns of movement and biomechanics.
- 2013 MA Anthropology, University of Cincinnati Thesis: Neandertal lumbopelvic anatomy and the biomechanical effects of a reduced lumbar lordosis
- 2011 BS Digital Design, University of Cincinnati