Primate Biomechanics

EVANTH 538S.01

Advanced primate biomechanics from a functional and evolutionary perspective. Students learn through primary literature, biomechanics problem sets, data collection and presentation of results. Focus on form-function relationships traced across primates and modern humans to better understand human evolution and applications to evolutionary medicine. Team-taught by an expert in postcranial functional anatomy and cartilage and an expert on cranial morphology and bone and muscle. Instructor: Schmitt and Wall

Day / Time: 

MW 04:40 PM-05:55 PM

Location: 

Bio Sci 101D

Instructor: 

Schmitt, Daniel