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Beth Brainerd
Organismal biologist studying vertebrate anatomy, biomechanics and physiology; Director XROMM Development Project; SICB President; ISVM Past-President; she/her
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Beth Brainerd Feb 22
Replying to @EvaCHerbst
Looks like interesting work!
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Corina Newsome Feb 21
Replying to @johngcapano
WHAT WHAT
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John Capano Feb 21
This ringtail (or ringtail cat) was pestering us for > an hour and seemed to recognize the crinkle of a food bag -_- They are actually in the raccoon family, so are more closely related to your dog than your cat! We didn't feed him but his cuteness was pretty hard to resist..
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George Lauder Feb 19
A highly informative perspective, not used often enough, of fish swimming is the view from behind. Beautiful undulatory wave propagating toward the camera seen here in swimming clown knifefish Notopterus. ?
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SICB DCB-DVM Feb 18
Hi all! Note we’ve changed our handle from mechsNMorph to for consistency with other divisions — make sure to tag us if you want a signal boost for your posts! Please RT.
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Armita Manafzadeh Feb 20
3.5 years, 11 animals, 41 joints, 547,821 poses, >6 million &!$%ing points tracked. 4,000+ hours of solo work in 13 countries on 3 continents. My full thesis dataset of cadaveric/in vivo guineafowl/alligator hindlimb joint poses is FINALLY READY FOR ACTUAL BIOLOGY! 🎉😭🦖
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Dr. David Shiffman Feb 19
Replying to @soFISHtication
If you’re one of the kids these days who love TikSnap or whatever, has some great TokChats about sharks!
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Rafael Marcondes Feb 19
Between 1988 and 1999, only 5 black people received PhD degrees in evolutionary biology in the US. Before 1988, zero black people received PhD degrees in evolutionary biology in the US.
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Hannah Weller Feb 19
In my main work, I study fish that keep their babies in their mouths (mouthbrooding, an OBJECTIVELY RIDICULOUS BEHAVIOR). And for fun, I wrote software that let me objectively test which Bowie outfit best matched a sea slug. Uh...I use it for science too though.
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Beth Brainerd Feb 19
Replying to @andieward @jenylamb
Definitely a yawn. The air release is unusual. Very cool!
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Beth Brainerd Feb 18
and are working on DeepLabCut with markers for XROMM
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iobjournal@sicb.org Feb 17
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Beth Brainerd Feb 16
The lifelong PhD mentoring connection is one of my great joys. I’m sad that my closest mentors, Karel Liem and Farish Jenkins, died so young. I’ll try to hang in there for y’all et al.!
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Dr. Emily Kane Feb 14
I saw a gator today! Better yet, I saw a turtle riding a gator today!
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Kory Evans PhD Feb 14
My field is packed with phenomenal women whose work I deeply admire. So I'd like to S/O and I cant forget the GOAT
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Corina Newsome Feb 14
Gentlemen! Tweet a plug for a woman you respect. Men, on average, have more followers than women. Make promoting women a habit. Some suggestions: ,
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Stacy Farina Feb 14
Stock photos of scientists often include people holding glassware filled with brightly colored liquids, which is a ridiculous way to represent science. But occasionally we do get to play with brightly colored liquids...
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Beth Brainerd Feb 14
Thanks Drew!
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Jarrod Petersen Feb 13
So I woke up this morning and before taking my dog for a run he started barking at my car, I heard a noise, opened the hood and this happened..
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