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Bjarnason, A., & Benson, R. B. J. (2021). A 3D geometric morphometric dataset quantifying skeletal variation in birds. MorphoMuseuM7.

Dittmar, J. M., Mitchell, P. D., Jones, P. M., Mulder, B., Inskip, S. A., Cessford, C., & Robb, J. E. (2021). Gout and ‘Podagra’in medieval Cambridge, England. International Journal of Paleopathology33, 170-181.

Yazdani, A., Sun, Y. C., Stephens, N. B., Ryan, T., & Monga, V. (2021). Multi-Class Micro-CT Image Segmentation Using Sparse Regularized Deep Networks. arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.10705.

Basso, A.P., Sidorkewicj, N.S., Casanave, E.B., Mason, M.J. (2020) The middle ear of the pink fairy armadillo Chlamyphorus truncatus (Xenarthra, Cingulata, Chlamyphoridae): comparison with armadillo relatives using computed tomography. Journal of Anatomy 236: 809-826.

Cox, P. G., Faulkes, C. G., & Bennett, N. C. (2020). Masticatory musculature of the African mole-rats (Rodentia: Bathyergidae). PeerJ8, e8847.

Dunmore, C. J., Skinner, M. M., Bardo, A., Berger, L. R., Hublin, J. J., Pahr, D. H., ... & Kivell, T. L. (2020). The position of Australopithecus sediba within fossil hominin hand use diversity. Nature Ecology & Evolution4(7), 911-918.

Field, D. J., Benito, J., Chen, A., Jagt, J. W., & Ksepka, D. T. (2020). Late Cretaceous neornithine from Europe illuminates the origins of crown birds. Nature579(7799), 397-401.

Grinham, L. R., & Norman, D. B. (2020). The relationship between body shape, body size and locomotor mode in extant lepidosaurs. Journal of zoology311(3), 183-193.

Head, J. J. (2020). A South American snake lineage from the Eocene Greenhouse of North America and a reappraisal of the fossil record of “anilioid” snakes. Geobios.

Mason, M.J., Wenger, L.M.D., Hammer, Ø. & Blix, A.S. (2020) Structure and function of respiratory turbinates in phocid seals. Polar Biology 43: 157-173.

Mullins, W., Jarvis, G. E., Oluboyede, D., Skingle, L., Poole, K., Turmezei, T., & Brassett, C. (2020). The Segond fracture occurs at the site of lowest sub‐entheseal trabecular bone volume fraction on the tibial plateau. Journal of anatomy237(6), 1040-1048.

Saers, J. P., Ryan, T. M., & Stock, J. T. (2020). Baby steps towards linking calcaneal trabecular bone ontogeny and the development of bipedal human gait. Journal of anatomy236(3), 474-492.

Clack, J. A., Challands, T. J., Smithson, T. R., & Smithson, K. Z. (2019). Newly recognized Famennian lungfishes from East Greenland reveal tooth plate diversity and blur the Devonian–Carboniferous boundary. Papers in Palaeontology5(2), 261-279.

Dunmore, C. J., Kivell, T. L., Bardo, A., & Skinner, M. M. (2019). Metacarpal trabecular bone varies with distinct hand-positions used in hominid locomotion. Journal of anatomy, 235(1), 45–66.

Otoo, B. K. A., Clack, J. A., Smithson, T. R., Bennett, C. E., Kearsey, T. J., & Coates, M. I. (2019). A fish and tetrapod fauna from Romer’s gap preserved in Scottish Tournaisian floodplain deposits. Palaeontology. Volume 62, Issue 2

Saers, J. P., Ryan, T. M., & Stock, J. T. (2019). Trabecular bone functional adaptation and sexual dimorphism in the human foot. American journal of physical anthropology168(1), 154-169.

Saers, J. Ryan, T. & Stock, J. (2019). Baby steps towards linking calcaneal trabecular bone ontogeny and the development of bipedal human gait. Journal of Anatomy. 236. 

Yazdani, A., Stephens, N. B., Cherukuri, V., Ryan, T., & Monga, V. (2019, November). Domain-Enriched Deep Network for Micro-CT Image Segmentation. In 2019 53rd Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers (pp. 1867-1871). IEEE.

Cameron, M. E., Lapham, H., & Shaw, C. (2018). Examining the influence of hide processing on Native American upper limb morphology. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology28(3), 332-342.

Malkemper, E. P., Mason, M. J., Kagerbauer, D., Nimpf, S., & Keays, D. A. (2018). Ectopic otoconial formation in the lagena of the pigeon inner ear. Biology open7(8).

Mason, M.J., Bennett, N.C. & Pickford, M. (2018) The middle and inner ears of the Palaeogene golden mole Namachloris: a comparison with extant species. Journal of Morphology 279: 375-395.

Clack, J., Porro, L. B., & Bennett, C. E. (2017). A Crassigyrinus-like jaw from the Tournaisian (Early Mississippian) of Scotland.

Cuthill, J. F. H., & Morris, S. C. (2017). Nutrient-dependent growth underpinned the Ediacaran transition to large body size. Nature ecology & evolution1(8), 1201-1204.

Willer, D., & Aldridge, D. C. (2017). Microencapsulated diets to improve bivalve shellfish aquaculture. Royal Society open science4(11), 171142.

Lasisi, T., Ito, S., Wakamatsu, K., & Shaw, C. N. (2016). Quantifying variation in human scalp hair fiber shape and pigmentation. American journal of physical anthropology160(2), 341-352.

Mason, M. J. (2016). Structure and function of the mammalian middle ear. I: Large middle ears in small desert mammals. Journal of Anatomy228(2), 284-299.

Mason, M.J., Cornwall, H.L. & Smith, E.S. (2016) Ear structures of the naked mole-rat, Heterocephalus glaber, and its relatives (Rodentia: Bathyergidae). PLoS ONE 11(12): e0167079.

Spencer, T., Scholar, M., Ryan, T., & Sukdheo, S. (2016). Quantitative Analysis of Cortical and Trabecular Bone in Three Human Populations. The Penn State McNair Journal, 68.

Porro, L.B., Rayfield, E.J. and Clack, J.A. (2015), Computed tomography, anatomical description and three‐dimensional reconstruction of the lower jaw of Eusthenopteron foordi Whiteaves, 1881 from the Upper Devonian of Canada. Palaeontology, 58: 1031-1047.

Porro LB, Rayfield EJ, Clack JA (2015) Descriptive Anatomy and Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of the Skull of the Early Tetrapod Acanthostega gunnari Jarvik, 1952. PLOS ONE 10(3): e0118882