Welcome Morgan Turner, Ph.D.
Morgan joins the IV/LAB as our first ever Postdoctoral Research Associate via a prestigious award from the CRA/CCC/NSF Computing Innovation Fellows program.
Morgan's research interests lie in analysis and visualization of motion and 3-D biomechanical data, a topic she comes to through a transdisciplinary background in paleontology, evolutionary biology, locomotion, foot function, X-ray videography, animation, illustration, and visualization of spatially and temporally referenced multivariate data.
Before joining the lab, she received the PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Brown University in 2020, MSc from the same program in 2018, and BA in Biological Anthropology from the University of Washington in 2013.
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