Symposia

Provisional titles of accepted symposia with organizers

  • Changing climate changes morphology: Blair Bentley, Jeanette Wyneken
  • Determinants of the mammalian feeding system design: Olga Panagiotopoulou, José Iriarte-Díaz
  • Diffusible iodine-based contrast-enhanced computed tomography (diceCT) and related imaging techniques for research in evolutionary morphology: Paul Gignac, Nele Herdina, Nathan Kley, Ashley Morhardt, Julia Clarke, Matthew Colbert
  • Evolution, development, and integration of the vertebrate brain and skull: Gabe Bever, Bhart-Anjan Bhullar, Marcelo Sánchez‐Villagra
  • Functional (secondary) adaptation to an aquatic life in vertebrates: Alexandra Houssaye, Frank Fish
  • Interdisciplinary and evolutionary approaches to vertebrate biological materials: Mason Dean, Alfred Crosby, Duncan Irschick, Ling Li
  • Life underground: Morphological consequences of fossoriality: Christy Hipsley, Emma Sherratt, Hillary Maddin
  • Major challenges for vertebrate morphology, evolution and development: Julio Mario Hoyos, Rui Diogo
  • Mechanisms of whole dentition patterning in extant and extinct amniotes: Joy Richman, Leslea Hlusko, Theresa Grieco
  • Morphology and evolution of the Xenarthra: Susana Bargo, John Nyakatura
  • Muscle functional morphology beyond gross anatomy: Adam Hartsone-Rose, Damiano Marchi
  • New insights into skeletal microstructure of vertebrates, extant and extinct: Tomasz Owerkowicz, Elizabeth Rega, Mason Dean
  • New insights into the functional relationship between anatomy and physiology of extinct and extant vertebrates: Ruger Porter, Glenn Tattersall
  • Palate development, function and evolution: Joy Richman, Casey Holliday, John Abramyan
  • Past, present and future of ecological morphology: Lance McBrayer, Eric McElroy, Robbie Wilson
  • Segmentation and serial homology: surprising new insights for long-standing central questions in vertebrate morphology: Rui Diogo, Gunter Wagner, Frietson Galis
  • Show me your ear – The inner and middle ear in vertebrates: Cathrin Pfaff, Julia Schultz, Rico Schellhorn
  • The many faces of the skeleton: a tribute to the achievements of Brian K. Hall: Eckhard Witten, Matthew Vickaryous
  • The vertebrate pharynx: crossroads in evolution and development: Ann Huysseune, Abigail Tucker
  • Understanding the fundamental aspects of the spatial associations, development, and birth defects of the muscles and skeleton in non-pentadactyl limbs: Virginia Abdala, Tiana Kohldorf, Rui Diogo
  • Workshop: Anatomical network analysis (AnNA): A new tool to quantify morphological complexity, integration, and modularity in vertebrate evolution and development: Borja Esteve-Altava, Diego Rasskin-Gutman, Rui Diogo