Graduate Student, Hlusko Lab
"I am interested in patterns of skeletal and dental variation among mammals, broadly, and more specifically among primates. I am particularly interested in how we interpret variation in the fossil record, how changing environmental contexts influence evolutionary processes resulting in morphological differences, and how developmental and genetic constraints pattern such differences."
- Monson, T.A., Brasil, M.F., and Hlusko, L.J. 2018. Allometric variation in modern humans and the relationship between body proportions and elite athletic success. Journal of Sport of Anthropology and Physical Education. 2.3:3-8. Read it
- Monson, T.A., M.F. Brasil, D.J. Stratford, and L.J. Hlusko. 2017. Patterns of craniofacial variation and taxonomic diversity in the South African Cercopithecidae fossil record. Palaeontologia Electronica, 20.1.7A: 1-20. Read it