2023 - Ross-Hatsopoulos Lab paper
This new paper from the long-standing Ross-Hatsopoulos Lab collaboration was based on JD Laurence-Chasen's dissertation. This is the first evidence that the brain encodes shape dynamics of a muscular soft-body. Great work, JD!
2023 - New Ross Lab paper on macaques as models for human mandibular fracture fixation
This paper is a product of our collaborations with Dr. Russell Reid MD, PhD at University of Chicago, Olga Pangiotopoulou, PhD at Monash. Two Pritzker School of Medical Medicine students worked on this paper, with Pranav Haravu leading the charge. Thanks to all involved.
2023 - New Ross Lab paper on sagittal suture strain in capuchins
Thanks to Craig Byron for leading the charge on this great paper reporting in vivo bone strain from multiple sites across the sagittal suture in capuchins. These are important data on the variation in strain along the suture and across different behaviors.
Craig Byron | David Reed | Jose Iriarte-Diaz | Qian Wang | David Strait | Myra F. Laird | Callum F. Ross
2023 - New Ross Lab paper
Callum signed onto an important statement about personal autonomy and self-determination in health care. Thanks to Jason organ and colleagues for getting this important statement out.
Personal Autonomy and Self-Determination are Crucial for Professionalism in Healthcare
2023 - AAA Meeting in DC
The Ross Lab was represented at American Association of Anatomy conference in Washington DC with great podium presentations by:
Alec Wilken on Using Load Path Theory to Understand the Role of Trabecular Bone in Mandibles
Kaleb Sellers on The Effects of Skull Flattening on Crocodylian Cranial Biomechanics
Felippe Prado on Biomechanics of Pierre Robin Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis.
Callum Ross presented a poster on why 2D FEA of vertebrate mandibles is flawed, based on our recent paper by Amanda Smith et al in Journal of Royal Society Interface.
Great work by the Ross Lab Crew.