Nancy Stevens, PhD

Professor, Functional Morphology & Vertebrate Paleontology
Biomedical Sciences
Academic Affairs – Preclinical Education, ITDI-Faculty
Life Sciences Building 133, Athens Campus
740.597.2785
 
Education:
  • Anthropological Sciences (PhD), Stony Brook University, 2003
  • Anthropology (MA), Stony Brook University, 1999
  • Biological Anthropology (MPhil), Cambridge University, UK, 1994
  • Anthropology (MS), Honors College, Michigan State University, 1992
Expertise:
  • Integrative Anatomy
  • Functional Morphology
  • Locomotor Kinematics
  • Evolutionary Morphology
  • Environmental Change Through Time
  • Extinction Dynamics
  • Paleogene-Neogene Faunas from Afro-Arabia
  • East African Rift
  • Biodiversity Hotspots
  • Biodiversity Conservation
  • Endangered Species
  • Environmental Studies
  • Ecotourism
  • One Health
Summary of Work:

 

Stevens explores interactions between organisms and environments through time. She has conducted paleontological field research in over a dozen countries in Afro-Arabia, discovering several species new to science. She explores modern day extinction dynamics in biodiversity hotspots including Madagascar, Tanzania, Uganda and Vietnam.

Links:

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