Anatomy Archive

Jenny Lenkowski, Goucher College – What Human Medicine Can Learn From Fish Eyes

The eyes of fish could help us see the light again. Jenny Lenkowski, associate professor of

Nikos Solounias, New York Institute of Technology – How Many Toes Do Horses Have?

Horse’s anatomy might need a re-write. Nikos Solounias, professor of anatomy and basic sciences at the

Monica Lewin, New York University – Blocking the Effects of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

On this Student Spotlight: Is there help on the way for those affected by fetal alcohol

Jack Tseng, University at Buffalo – Carnivore Skull Shape and Diet

β€œYou are what you eat” just got more prophetic. Jack Tseng, assistant professor in the department

Michal Stachowiak, University at Buffalo – Schizophrenia and Early Brain Development

Schizophrenia may develop much early than previously thought. Michal Stachowiak, professor in the department of pathology

Brian Beatty, New York Institute of Technology – Heart Disease

Finding an easier way to detect heart disease could be closer than you think. Brian Beatty,

James Cook, University of Missouri School of Medicine – A Better Fix for Torn ACLs

A new technique to treat ACL injuries may be on the way. James Cook, Professor in

Jun Li, University of Michigan – The Brain’s 24-Hour Clock

The news cycle isn’t the only 24-hour cycle we see. Jun Li, Associate Professor in the

David Carrier, University of Utah – Punching with Cadavers

Did our hand evolve for use as weapons? David Carrier, professor of biology at the University

Nikos Solounias, New York Institute of Technology – Giraffe Necks

How did giraffes get such long necks? Nikos Solounias, professor of anatomy at the New York