Haley O'Brien, PhD

Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology

  • 68 Citations
  • 6 h-Index
20142019
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Research Interests

Dr. O'Brien uses digital rendering techniques to study the function, physiology, development, and evolution of craniocervical systems. Her primary foci are neuroanatomy and cranial vascular anatomy.

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Artiodactyla Medicine & Life Sciences
Mammals Medicine & Life Sciences
Brain Medicine & Life Sciences
Dinosaurs Medicine & Life Sciences
arteries Agriculture & Biology
Internal Carotid Artery Medicine & Life Sciences
brain Agriculture & Biology
carotid arteries Agriculture & Biology

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Research Output 2014 2019

  • 68 Citations
  • 6 h-Index
  • 13 Article
  • 1 Comment/debate
1 Citation (Scopus)

Lower rotational inertia and larger leg muscles indicate more rapid turns in tyrannosaurids than in other large theropods

Snively, E., O'Brien, H., Henderson, D. M., Mallison, H., Surring, L. A., Burns, M. E., Holtz, T. R., Russell, A. P., Witmer, L. M., Currie, P. J., Hartman, S. A. & Cotton, J. R., 1 Jan 2019, In : PeerJ. 2019, 2, 6432.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Muscle
Leg
legs
Torque
Phylogeny
1 Citation (Scopus)
Mammals
Survivors
Heat-Shock Response
Brain
Phylogeny
3 Citations (Scopus)

From Anomalous Arteries to Selective Brain Cooling: Parallel Evolution of the Artiodactyl Carotid Rete

O'Brien, H. D., 1 Jan 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Anatomical Record.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

parallel evolution
arteries
physiology
brain
cooling
2 Citations (Scopus)
ungulate
Pleistocene
habitat
fossil
grassland

Morphological diversification of ampullariid gastropods (Nsungwe Formation, Late Oligocene, Rukwa Rift Basin, Tanzania) is coincident with onset of East African rifting

Epa, Y. R., Stigall, A. L., Roberts, E. M., O'Brien, H. & Stevens, N. J., 1 Aug 2018, In : Papers in Palaeontology. 4, 3, p. 327-348 22 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

gastropod
rifting
Oligocene
basin
fossil record