Sterling J. Nesbitt, Ph.D.

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Vertebrate Paleontology American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY, United States 
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Kevin Padian research assistant UC Berkeley
Paul E. Olsen grad student
Mark A. Norell grad student 2009 Columbia
 (The early evolution of archosaurs: Relationships and the origin of major clades.)
Kenneth D. Angielczyk post-doc
Julia A. Clarke post-doc
Christian A. Sidor post-doc
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Griffin CT, Botelho JF, Hanson M, et al. (2023) Author Correction: The developing bird pelvis passes through ancestral dinosaurian conditions. Nature
Foffa D, Nesbitt SJ, Butler RJ, et al. (2023) The osteology of the Late Triassic reptile Scleromochlus taylori from μCT data. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007)
Müller RT, Ezcurra MD, Garcia MS, et al. (2023) New reptile shows dinosaurs and pterosaurs evolved among diverse precursors. Nature. 620: 589-594
Hoffman DK, Hancox JP, Nesbitt SJ. (2023) A diverse diapsid tooth assemblage from the Early Triassic (Driefontein locality, South Africa) records the recovery of diapsids following the end-Permian mass extinction. Plos One. 18: e0285111
Pritchard AC, Irmis RB, Olori JC, et al. (2023) The femora of Drepanosauromorpha (Reptilia: Diapsida): Implications for the functional evolution of the thigh of Sauropsida. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007)
Kligman BT, Gee BM, Marsh AD, et al. (2023) Triassic stem caecilian supports dissorophoid origin of living amphibians. Nature
Wynd B, Abdala F, Nesbitt SJ. (2022) Ontogenetic growth in the crania of (Synapsida: Cynodontia) captures a dietary shift. Peerj. 10: e14196
Foffa D, Dunne EM, Nesbitt SJ, et al. (2022) Scleromochlus and the early evolution of Pterosauromorpha. Nature
Egawa S, Griffin CT, Bishop PJ, et al. (2022) The dinosaurian femoral head experienced a morphogenetic shift from torsion to growth along the avian stem. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 289: 20220740
Colleary C, O'Reilly S, Dolocan A, et al. (2022) Using Macro- and Microscale Preservation in Vertebrate Fossils as Predictors for Molecular Preservation in Fluvial Environments. Biology. 11
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