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Center for Functional Anatomy

and Evolution

Deanna M. Goldstein


E-Mail: DGOLDS14(at)jhmi.edu

1830 E. Monument St., Room 306
Baltimore, MD 21205 USA





Education

B.A. Anthropology and Art History, New York University, 2014
M.A. Biological Anthropology, Northern Illinois University, 2016

Research Focuses

Human Evolution
Evolution of Bipedalism
Functional Morphology of the lower limb

Special Links

Curriculum Vitae available upon request.

Grants and Awards

2018 AAA Student/Postdoc Travel Award, American Association of Anatomists

2016 Grant-in-Aid of Research, American Society of Mammalogists

2016 Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Northern Illinois University

2016 William S. Pollitzer Student Travel Award, American Association of Physical Anthropologists

2015 Anthropology Foundation Fund Grant, Northern Illinois University

2013 Dean's Undergraduate Research Fund Grant, New York University

Publications

Williams, S.A., Lee, A.B., Petrullo, L.A., Goldstein, D.M., Kaczmarek, E., and Shattuck, M.R. (In Prep). Selection and constraint in the evolution of mammalian vertebral formulae. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA.

Abstracts

Goldstein D.M., Engiles J.B., Rezabek G.B., Ruff C.B. 2018. Geometric properties of the third metacarpal bone: a comparison between Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racehorses. American Association of Anatomists. (Poster Presentation).

Goldstein, D.M. 2016. Skeletal indicators of lower limb flexibility in australopithecines and extant primates. American Association of Physical Anthropologists (Poster Presentation).

Petrullo, L.A., Goldstein, D.M., Lee, A.B., and Williams, S.A. 2014. Suspension, brachiation, and the evolution of short torsos in atelines and hominoids. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153:207 (Poster Presentation).

Petrullo, L.A., Goldstein, D.M., Lee, A.B., and Williams, S.A. 2014. Suspension, brachiation, and the evolution of short torsos in atelines and hominoids. American Association of Physical Anthropologists (Poster Presentation).

Faculty Advisor

Adam D. Sylvester