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Dr. Barta studies vertebrate growth, development, and intraspecific variation through the application of bone histology, computed tomography, and phylogenetic methods. He focuses primarily on the anatomy of dinosaurs (including birds), and other vertebrates from the Triassic and Permian periods. He is also interested in amniote eggs and nesting.

Research Opportunities with Dr. Barta

Research Area: Growth, variation, reproduction, comparative anatomy, and evolution of dinosaurs (including birds) and other fossil and extant vertebrates

Project Title: N/A

Currently Seeking Students: Yes

Time Commitment: Ongoing

Possible Coauthorship: Yes

Compensation: None

Location: OSU-CHS

 

Research Area: Summer research potential, working with Ph.D. student Lianna Marilao (cc’ed). This project has its origins in some reading and prior research that Lianna has done on bones that form within the cranial sutures of vertebrates. These are called Wormian bones in humans, and are a well-known phenomenon associated with some diseases. The plan is to mentor students virtually over the summer as they conduct the literature survey portion. Future opportunities might include visiting museum collections in Oklahoma to survey animal skulls for these bones. Objectives: Students will: 1. Gain experience in conducting a primary literature survey across the anatomical, zoological, and paleontological literature. 2. Practice using descriptive anatomical terminology. 3. Expand their knowledge of anatomical variation in humans and other vertebrates. 4. Synthesize their findings about the frequency of occurrence of intrasutural bones by mapping them on a phylogenetic tree of vertebrates. 5. Prepare and deliver a presentation for OSU-CHS Research Days and a national conference(s).

Project Title: N/A

Currently Seeking Students: Yes

Time Commitment: Ongoing

Possible Coauthorship: Yes

Compensation: None

Location: OSUCOM at Cherokee Nation

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