Sterling J. Nesbitt, Ph.D.

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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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
Griffin CT, Wynd BM, Munyikwa D, et al. (2022) Africa's oldest dinosaurs reveal early suppression of dinosaur distribution. Nature. 609: 313-319
Griffin CT, Botelho JF, Hanson M, et al. (2022) The developing bird pelvis passes through ancestral dinosaurian conditions. Nature
Butler RJ, Fernandez V, Nesbitt SJ, et al. (2022) A new pseudosuchian archosaur, gen. et sp. nov., from the Middle Triassic Manda Beds of Tanzania. Royal Society Open Science. 9: 211622
Korneisel DE, Nesbitt SJ, Werning S, et al. (2021) Putative fossil blood cells reinterpreted as diagenetic structures. Peerj. 9: e12651
Pintore R, Houssaye A, Nesbitt SJ, et al. (2021) Femoral specializations to locomotor habits in early archosauriforms. Journal of Anatomy
Heckert AB, Nesbitt SJ, Stocker MR, et al. (2021) A new short-faced archosauriform from the Upper Triassic Placerias/Downs' quarry complex, Arizona, USA, expands the morphological diversity of the Triassic archosauriform radiation. Die Naturwissenschaften. 108: 32
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