Wendy Dirks, PhD, MA, BA

2006-2015 School of Dental Sciences Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom 
 2014- Anthropology Durham University, Durham, England, United Kingdom 
Dental Histology, Life History Evolution, Vertebrate Paleontology
"Wendy Dirks"


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Timothy G. Bromage research assistant 1991 Hunter College, CUNY
Terry Harrison grad student 1991-2001 NYU
 (Dental development and life history in catarrhine primates.)
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O'Meara RN, Dirks W, Martinelli AG. (2018) Enamel formation and growth in non-mammalian cynodonts. Royal Society Open Science. 5: 172293
Reed D, Dirks W, McMaster L, et al. (2017) Accuracy of environmental reconstruction based on a blind test of micromammal evidence from East Africa Historical Biology. 31: 243-252
Shepherd TJ, Dirks W, Roberts NM, et al. (2016) Tracing fetal and childhood exposure to lead using isotope analysis of deciduous teeth. Environmental Research. 146: 145-153
Hogg RT, Godfrey LR, Schwartz GT, et al. (2015) Lemur Biorhythms and Life History Evolution. Plos One. 10: e0134210
Al-Shahrani I, Dirks W, Jepson N, et al. (2014) 3D-Geomorphometrics tooth shape analysis in hypodontia. Frontiers in Physiology. 5: 154
Shepherd TJ, Dirks W, Manmee C, et al. (2012) Reconstructing the life-time lead exposure in children using dentine in deciduous teeth. The Science of the Total Environment. 425: 214-22
Anemone RL, Skinner MM, Dirks W. (2012) Are there two distinct types of hypocone in eocene primates? the ‘pseudohypocone’ of notharctines revisited Palaeontologia Electronica. 15
Dirks W, Bromage TG, Agenbroad LD. (2012) The duration and rate of molar plate formation in Palaeoloxodon cypriotes and Mammuthus columbi from dental histology Quaternary International. 255: 79-85
Bromage TG, Lacruz RS, Hogg R, et al. (2009) Lamellar bone is an incremental tissue reconciling enamel rhythms, body size, and organismal life history. Calcified Tissue International. 84: 388-404
Dirks W, Bowman JE. (2007) Life history theory and dental development in four species of catarrhine primates. Journal of Human Evolution. 53: 309-20
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