Other Faculty at the Concord Field Station
Overview of approach and techniques:
Dr. Lieberman's lab group studies the evolution and function of the musculo-skeletal system, with a primary focus on using morphometric and experimental approaches to problems relevant to human evolution. Current research projects include: morphometric and developmental studies of craniofacial growth in humans, hominids, and other mammals; experimental studies of the biomechanics of locomotion, especially running; experimental studies of the biomechanics of chewing; experimental studies on the influences of mechanical loading on bone growth and shape.For more info, visit his lab website.
Alfred "Fuzz" Crompton
Faculty Emeritus. Mechanics of feeding and chewing.