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Casey Holliday
Associate Professor at University of Missouri. Anatomy, Paleontology, Crocophile, Dinosaurs, Biomechanics, Imaging, General Grumping, occasionally funny
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Casey Holliday Nov 9
was at the Soaring into STEM expo today . PhD student Spiro Sullivan debuted his models of muscle architecture. Which one is stronger? Which can you pull farther?
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Pedro Godoy Nov 8
For my first post ever, took this picture of a very happy me among these amazing baurusuchid specimens. 😄🐊
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Casey Holliday Nov 7
Replying to @Cimexomys
Herbivores eat animals and carnivores eat plants!
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Aaron Olsen Nov 6
My Commentary is out today! I use 3D models for musculoskeletal systems from humans, birds, and fish to show how mobility (degrees of freedom) can change dynamically during behaviors.
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Casey Holliday Nov 6
Replying to @Fishguy_FHL
The timing suggests you monsters are serving brussel sprouts for breakfast. which should earn them 2 hoverboards.
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Casey Holliday Nov 6
Lots going on this year at AAA! Craniofacial development, Genetics of size, Alligators, Stem Cells, along with a myriad of professional development opportunities. Abstracts due next week!!!
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Armita Manafzadeh Nov 6
Our new lab paper using contrast-enhanced , led by Henry Tsai, is out today in ! Henry, , Steve, and I put hundreds of hours into making this happen, and it's great to see it out 🐊 Congrats, Henry!
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SICB Nov 6
Good morning everyone, if you are presenting at today is the last day to register. Do not get cut out of the meeting. Register today!
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Alan Turner Nov 5
Reminder: just 2 more days to apply for our Anatomy Instructor position. This teaching postdoc has served as a spring board for lots of paleo and anthro researchers. Great community of paleo/anthro-focused faculty, postdocs, and students.
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Casey Holliday Nov 6
Replying to @candicesaurus
good day!
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Marcus Wilkins Nov 3
The best part of this story? It features UNDERGRADUATE research from the lab of .
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National Geographic Nov 2
Scaly, shy, and sensitive, pangolins are believed to be the world’s most trafficked mammals—and all eight species are threatened with extinction
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Mizzou Integrative Anatomy Oct 30
Big congratulations to Anatomy profs Cheryl Hill and Carol Ward for University Awards Tuesday. Cheryl received the Provost Outstanding Junior Faculty Teaching Award. Carol received the Thomas Jefferson Award, ’s highest accolade.
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Casey Holliday Oct 30
Hey to Bob!
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Casey Holliday Oct 28
Replying to @EvaCHerbst
Pi is an irrational number, don’t listen to it or follow it around.
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Casey Holliday Oct 28
Dr. Richbourg is a role model for as well! Well done Heather!
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Savannah Olroyd Oct 25
The shuvosaurid skeleton that I 3D printed is fully mounted and on display at the ! So proud!
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Casey Holliday Oct 21
Replying to @Texaspaleo
Any inkling of needing a second pair of shoes means I need a whole other suitcase.
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Dr. Jack Lawson Oct 19
The techs cleaned most of the tissue off the killer whale skull. Hanging there, it looks just like a T-rex!
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Casey Holliday Oct 17
My chair uses Courier & WordPerfect
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