Data Collection Trip to Spain, Summer 2019
Students traveled to Valladolid, Spain to work in a collaborator’s anatomy research lab to collect muscle data from a rare sample that contained over 60 primate individuals.
Data Collection Trip to the Smithsonian, Spring 2019
Students traveled to the Smithsonian museum collections in Washington, D.C. to collect data on extant canid and felid hyoids and ossicles.
Data Collection Trip to the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles, California, Spring 2019
A team of students traveled to the La Brea tar pits museum collections in downtown Los Angeles, California to collect data on the fossil hyoids and ossicles.
Koala, kangaroo, and wallaby dissection at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, Spring 2018
Lab students participated in the day-long dissections of three different species of marsupials. All of the work was done on display for museum guests to take a peak as they walked by!
Aye-aye dissection at USC School of Medicine with Dr. Anne Burrows, Summer 2017
Dr. Anne Burrows, a biological anthropologist and close colleague of Dr. Hartstone-Rose, visited our old lab space at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine and helped us with the detailed dissection of a rare aye-aye from the Duke Lemur Center.