My research stems from a behavioral and systematic (taxonomic) background, with focused experience in utilizing high-resolution computed tomography scans to approach anatomical questions. I have been recently working with the cranial anatomy of Gekkotans, focusing on the presence and distribution of cranial bone sculpturing throughout the clade.
Elizabeth Glynne (Boenigk)
Dr. Dean Adams
Area of Expertise:
Gekkotan cranial anatomy
M.S., Biology, Sam Houston State University, 2016-2018
B.S., Psychology, Sam Houston State University, 2014-2015