Richtsmeier Lab attends 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Anatomists

Richtsmeier Lab attends 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Anatomists

Incoming post-doctoral scholar Emily Durham, Dr. Joan Richtsmeier, graduate student Kate Lesciotto, and former visiting scholar Dr. Muhammad Musa

Members of the Richtsmeier Lab attended the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Anatomists in Orlando, Florida, including former lab members Dr. Valerie Deleon, Dr. Christopher Percival, and Dr. Muhammad Musa, current lab members Dr. Joan Richtsmeier, Kate Lesciotto, and Dr. Kathy Pitirri, and incoming post-doctoral scholar Emily Durham.

Dr. Christopher Percival presented a talk during the Morphological Sciences Award Hybrid Symposium entitled, "Hypertelorism of Efnb1 Null Mice Occurs Independently of Changes to Underlying Brain Shape." Dr. Kathy Pitirri, Emily Durham, and Kate Lesciotto all presented posters highlighted various aspects of their dissertation research. Former visiting scholar Dr. Muhammad Musa presented a poster on his work entitled "First systematic documentation of sex differences in craniofacial norms of Nigerian children."