Matthew Kolmann, PhD

2012-2016 Biological Sciences University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Functional Morphology, Phylogeny, Biomechanics, Biodiversity
"Matthew Kolmann"

Functional morphologist, museum lover, & stingray enthusiast. NSF-DBI Post Doctoral Fellow at George Washington Univ studying feeding #evolution in piranhas & pacu.


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Daniel R. Huber research assistant 2006-2008 University of Tampa (Biomechanics Tree)
Nathan R. Lovejoy grad student University of Toronto
Gregory Erickson grad student 2009-2012 Florida State
 (MSc co-advisor)
Ralph Dean Grubbs grad student 2009-2012 Florida State
Patricia Hernandez post-doc 2018- George Washington University (Biomechanics Tree)
Adam P. Summers post-doc 2016-2017 Friday Harbor Labs, University of Washington (Biomechanics Tree)
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Kolmann MA, Burns MD, Ng JYK, et al. (2020) Habitat transitions alter the adaptive landscape and shape phenotypic evolution in needlefishes (Belonidae). Ecology and Evolution. 10: 3769-3783
Bloom DD, Kolmann M, Foster K, et al. (2019) Mode of miniaturisation influences body shape evolution in New World anchovies (Engraulidae). Journal of Fish Biology
Kolmann MA, Cohen KE, Bemis KE, et al. (2019) Tooth and consequences: Heterodonty and dental replacement in piranhas and pacus (Serrasalmidae). Evolution & Development. e12306
Pos KM, Farina SC, Kolmann MA, et al. (2019) Pharyngeal jaws converge by similar means, not to similar ends, when minnows (Cypriniformes: Leuciscidae) adapt to new dietary niches. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Rutledge KM, Summers AP, Kolmann MA. (2019) Killing them softly: Ontogeny of jaw mechanics and stiffness in mollusk-feeding freshwater stingrays. Journal of Morphology
Kolmann MA, Urban P, Summers AP. (2018) Structure and function of the armored keel in piranhas, pacus, and their allies. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007)
Kolmann MA, Huie JM, Evans K, et al. (2018) Specialized specialists and the narrow niche fallacy: a tale of scale-feeding fishes. Royal Society Open Science. 5: 171581
Elbassiouny AA, Schott RK, Waddell JC, et al. (2016) Mitochondrial genomes of the South American electric knifefishes (Order Gymnotiformes). Mitochondrial Dna. Part B, Resources. 1: 401-403
Kolmann MA, Summers AP. (2016) Biomaterials: Sharks shift their spine into high gear. Nature
Kolmann MA, Welch KC, Summers AP, et al. (2016) Always chew your food: freshwater stingrays use mastication to process tough insect prey. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 283
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