primate morphology

Divergence-time estimates for hominins provide insight into encephalization and body mass trends in human evolution

hominins, phylogenetics, encephalization, body mass, Total Evidence dating

PCA 3D

Contact: Email: thomas.puschelrouliez@anthro.ox.ac.uk Web: thomas.puschel.com Yesterday I received an email asking me how did I generate the 3D plots displayed in this preprint so I decided to share the process in this post.

S4. Landmark and semi-landmarks used in 'Characterizing the body morphology of the first metacarpal in the Homininae using 3D geometric morphometrics'

Paper authors: Jonathan Morley, Ana Bucchi, Carlos Lorenzo, Thomas A. Püschel Link to preprint Corresponding author: Thomas A. Püschel Contact: Email: thomas.

Primate evolutionary morphology Assessing ecomorphological questions in extant and extinct anthropoids

Talk at the Oxford Palaeoclub about how to assess ecomorphological questions using the virtual morpho-functional toolkit

Paleontología virtual un conjunto de herramientas emergente para análisis morfo-funcionales en contextos evolutivos

Plenary speaker at the XIII Jornada Chilena de Anatomía

Finite element analysis of the proximal phalanx of the thumb in Hominoidea during simulated stone tool use

FEA, biomechanical performance, hand, primates, hominins

A discussion of human paleontology and the scientific career for high school students

On 11th June 2020, I will lead Acción Conciencia's first Ñuble and Biobio (Chile) talks with a conversation on human paleontology and the scientific career for high school students "Una breve introducción a la paleontologia humana". The Acción …

Characterizing the body morphology of the first metacarpal in the Homininae using 3D geometric morphometrics

MC1, 3D geometric morphometrics, semi-landmarks, hominins, African apes

Modularity of the Wrist in Extant Hominids

modularity, trait covariation, wrist, hominids

Primate morphology

An important part of my research has been devoted to the study of the key adaptations defining different stages of anthropoid morphological evolution.