P. David Polly, Ph.D.
|1997-2001||Anatomy / Molecular and Cellular Biology||Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry|
|2001-2006||School of Biological Sciences||Queen Mary University of London, London, England, United Kingdom|
|2006-||Earth and Atmospheric Sciences||Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States|
Area:Vertebrate paleontology, mammal evolution, phenotypic evolution, climate change biology, ecometrics
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BA 1987 University of Texas at Austin, PhD 1993 University of California Berkeley, postdoctoral fellow 1994-1996 University of Michigan Ann Arbor, lecturer (=assistant professor) 1997-2006 University of London, associate/professor 2006 to present, Indiana University Bloomington. President of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (2016-2018), Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) (2021).
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|Timothy B. Rowe||research assistant||1986-1987||UT Austin|
|Arnold Kluge||research assistant||1988-1988||University of Michigan|
|William A. Clemens||grad student||1988-1993||UC Berkeley|
|F Clark Howell||grad student||1988-1993||UC Berkeley (Anthropology Tree)|
|Kevin Padian||grad student||1988-1993||UC Berkeley|
|James Patton||grad student||1988-1993||UC Berkeley|
|Philip D. Gingerich||post-doc||1994-1996||University of Michigan|
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|Short RA, McGuire JL, Polly PD, et al. (2023) Trophically integrated ecometric models as tools for demonstrating spatial and temporal functional changes in mammal communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2201947120|
|Rhoda D, Polly PD, Raxworthy C, et al. (2021) Morphological integration and modularity in the hyperkinetic feeding system of aquatic-foraging snakes. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 75: 56-72|
|Polly PD. (2020) Functional Tradeoffs Carry Phenotypes Across the Valley of the Shadow of Death. Integrative and Comparative Biology|
|Polly PD. (2020) Ecometrics and Neogene faunal turnover: the roles of cats and hindlimb morphology in the assembly of carnivoran communities in the New World Geodiversitas. 42: 257|
|Fuentes-G JA, Polly PD, Martins EP. (2019) A Bayesian extension of phylogenetic generalized least squares: Incorporating uncertainty in the comparative study of trait relationships and evolutionary rates. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution|
|Goswami A, Watanabe A, Felice RN, et al. (2019) High-density morphometric analysis of shape and integration: the good, the bad, and the not-really-a-problem. Integrative and Comparative Biology|
|Phillips RP, Brandt L, Polly PD, et al. (2019) An integrated assessment of the potential impacts of climate change on Indiana forests Climatic Change. 87: 1-15|
|Jones KE, Angielczyk KD, Polly PD, et al. (2018) Fossils reveal the complex evolutionary history of the mammalian regionalized spine. Science (New York, N.Y.). 361: 1249-1252|
|Lintulaakso K, Polly PD, Eronen JT. (2018) Land mammals form eight functionally and climatically distinct faunas in North America but only one in Europe Journal of Biogeography. 46: 185-195|
|Zimmerman AN, Johnson CC, Polly PD. (2018) Taxonomic and evolutionary pattern revisions resulting from geometric morphometric analysis of Pennsylvanian Neognathodus conodonts, Illinois Basin Paleobiology. 44: 660-683|