Gidmark and Students Presented Research

Nicholas Gidmark (Biology) and Knox students, Kelsie Pos ’18, and Joel Vargeese ’18, recently presented research at the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, an international conference.

Gidmark’s presentation was titled: A laboratory exercise for Physiology and Comparative Anatomy teaching that leverages the power of 3D printing.

Pos’ presentation was titled: A comparative investigation of evolutionary history versus dietary niche in shaping pharyngeal jaw skeletal structure in cyprinid fishes.

Vargeese’s presentation was titled: Large bite forces maintained across gapes may evade length-tension constraints due to the muscular dynamics in the masticatory system of the primate Macaca mulatta.