Eric Snively, PhD

Associate Professor of Anatomy, MSc Biomedical Engineering

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About: Dr. Snively applies biomedical engineering and synchrotron 3D histology to anatomical research. Courses taught include Clinical Anatomy and the Nervous System

Professional interest: Dinosaur biomechanics, behavior, and growth; Bone stresses in athletes

Education: B.A. in Biology, University of California, Berkeley; MSc in Biomedical Engineering, Ohio University; MSc and PhD in Vertebrate Paleontology, University of Calgary

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Research Opportunities with Dr. Snively: Prospective PhD and medical students interested in musculoskeletal function are welcome to inquire. Students gain proficiency in CT imaging and methods of biomechanical investigation.

We partner with OSU Biomedical Imaging Center for the StudentBody program. Students obtain MRI scans of themselves and devise projects for scholarly activity. Current student-initiated projects involve Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, biomechanics of runninng, coronary blood flow, and optometry.

Research Area: Musculoskeletal function, dynamics and structural mechanics of behavior in dinosaurs and mammals; phase contrast synchrotron imaging.

Currently Seeking Students: We are open to inquiries and discussion about graduate school.  With current resources, the lab can make a firmer committment to D.O. student resaerchers, including full elective resaerch rotations.

Time Commitment: Ongoing

Possible Coauthorship: Yes

Compensation: Admitted doctoral students are eligible to apply for Resaerch Assistant stipends their first year, and TA- and RA-ships thereafter.

Location:  OSU COM at the Cherokee Nation, OSU CHS, OSU Tulsa


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