Ashley Hammond

Ashley HammondLife Sciences Fellow
phone: 573-882-0858
email: ASHammond@mizzou.edu

Hometown: Lighthouse Point, FL

Undergraduate School: Florida Atlantic University

Why I chose this program: The PhD in Integrative Anatomy promised for an interdisciplinary approach to human evolutionary studies as well as the potential for both collaborative and field-based research.

Professional Interests: Miocene hominoid and hominin functional morphology, Cercopithecids, joint mechanobiology, mechanical properties, 3D modeling techniques.

Long term plans: East African paleontological research, working in a dedicated research lab or university.

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