Anatomy Archive

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

“You 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

Leslie Knapp, University of Utah – Howler Monkey Calls

Does a deeper voice lead to better chances of reproducing for male howler monkeys? Leslie Knapp,