Terence R. Mitchell

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E-Mail: TMITCHE9(at)jhu.edu
Phone: 443-287-3902

1830 E. Monument St., Room 303
Baltimore, MD 21205 USA




  • Education:


  • Ph.D., Biological Anthropology and Anatomy, Duke University, 2009
    B.S., Biology, University of North Carolina, 1999

  • Research Focuses:
  • Dissertation Research (Ph.D.): The role of binocular vision in mammalian locomotion.

    Current research:
    Evolution of sensory systems
    Medical Education
    Multisensory integration
    Biomechanics of primate locomotion
    Morphological phylogenetics

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  • Publications and Abstracts:
  • Siddiqui NY, Mitchell TRT, Bentley R, Weidner AC (2010). Uterosacral Ligament Suspension and Neural Injury: An Anatomic Study in Female Cadavers. Obstetrics and Gynecology 116 (3) pp. 708 - 13.

    Chino JP, Lee WR, Madden R, Sims EL, Kivell TL, Doyle SK, Mitchell TRT, Hoppenworth EJ, Marks LB. Teaching the Anatomy of Oncology: Evaluating the Impact of a Dedicated Oncoanatomy Course. International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics 79(3) pp. 853 - 9.

    Kivell TL, Doyle SK, Madden RH, Mitchell TRT, Sims, EL. An interactive method for teaching anatomy of the human eye for ophthalmology rotations using suid eyes. Anatomical Sciences Education 2 pp. 173 - 8.

    Siddiqui NY, Mitchell TRT, Weidner AC. Anatomic pathways of the TVT-SECUR mid-urethral sling. American Urogynecologic Society Annual Mtg, Sept 2009, Hollywood, FL (Accepted as abstract and in preparation as manuscript for American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology).

    Mitchell TRT, Bishop KL (2008). The use of binocular cues in feline locomotion - consequences for primate evolution. Am J. Phys. Anthrop. 135 (Suppl. 46). pp. 156 - 157.

    Kay RF, Fleagle JG, Mitchell TRT, Colbert M, Bown T, Powers DW (2008). The anatomy of Dolichocebus gaimanensis a stem platyrrhine monkey from Argentina. J. Hum. Evol. 54(3) pp. 323 - 382.

    Mitchell TRT, Schmitt D, Kay RF (2006). The role of binocular vision in primate locomotion. Am J. Phys. Anthrop. 129 (Suppl. 42). pp. 132 - 133.

    Mitchell TRT, Kay RF, Colbert MW, Rowe TB (2004). The interorbital region of Dolichocebus gaimanensis (Platyrrhini, early Miocene, Argentina) based on high resolution X-ray CT imaging - phylogenetic implications. Am J. Phys. Anthrop. 123 (Suppl. 38). p. 148

    Kay RF, Mitchell TRT (2003). Cranial evidence for the timing of the platyrrhine-catarrhine divergence. Am. J. Phys. Anthrop. 120 (Suppl. 36). p. 127.



               
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