Stephen M. Gatesy

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Brown University, Providence, RI 
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James G. Napoli research assistant 2016-2017 Brown
Ryan Carney grad student University of South Florida
Robert Kambic grad student Brown
Morgan Turner grad student 2015- Brown
Armita R. Manafzadeh grad student 2016- Brown
Kevin M. Middleton grad student 2003 Brown
David B. Baier grad student 2006 Brown
Andrew B. Clifford grad student 2009 Brown
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Manafzadeh AR, Kambic RE, Gatesy SM. (2021) A new role for joint mobility in reconstructing vertebrate locomotor evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Manafzadeh AR, Gatesy SM. (2020) A coordinate-system-independent method for comparing joint rotational mobilities. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Turner ML, Falkingham PL, Gatesy SM. (2020) It's in the loop: shared sub-surface foot kinematics in birds and other dinosaurs shed light on a new dimension of fossil track diversity. Biology Letters. 16: 20200309
Tsai HP, Turner ML, Manafzadeh AR, et al. (2019) Contrast-enhanced XROMM reveals in vivo soft tissue interactions in the hip of Alligator mississippiensis. Journal of Anatomy
Hatala KG, Perry DA, Gatesy SM. (2018) A biplanar X-ray approach for studying the 3D dynamics of human track formation. Journal of Human Evolution
Kambic RE, Roberts TJ, Gatesy SM. (2017) 3-D range of motion envelopes reveal interacting degrees of freedom in avian hind limb joints. Journal of Anatomy
Knörlein BJ, Baier DB, Gatesy SM, et al. (2016) Validation of XMALab software for marker-based XROMM. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Panagiotopoulou O, Rankin JW, Gatesy SM, et al. (2016) A preliminary case study of the effect of shoe-wearing on the biomechanics of a horse's foot. Peerj. 4: e2164
Kambic RE, Roberts TJ, Gatesy SM. (2015) Guineafowl with a twist: asymmetric limb control in steady bipedal locomotion. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 218: 3836-44
Luo ZX, Gatesy SM, Jenkins FA, et al. (2015) Mandibular and dental characteristics of Late Triassic mammaliaform Haramiyavia and their ramifications for basal mammal evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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