Holly Ballard, PhD

Associate Professor of Anatomy and Paleontology

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20082021

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Dr. Ballard’s research assesses ontogenetic growth and intra-specific variation in extinct tetrapods primarily through large-sample long-bone paleohistology, with a focus on non-avian dinosaurs. She also examines the intra-skeletal ontogenetic histology of extant tetrapods to improve understanding of bone tissue microstructures for use as a foundation in paleohistological interpretations.

Research Opportunities with Dr. Ballard

Research Area: Using large-sample osteohistology to assess growth dynamics, individual variability, and survivorship in dinosaurs and other extinct vertebrates, while utilizing the bone microstructure of extant vertebrates to provide a framework for paleohistologic inferences
 
Project Title: N/A
 
Currently Seeking Students: Yes
 
Time Commitment: Ongoing
 
Possible Coauthorship: Yes
 
Compensation: None
 
Location: OSU-CHS

 

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