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2.1 Publications Application of non-adult Bayesian dental age assessment methods to skeletal remains: the Spitalfields collection. yannheuze
2.1 Publications Dental developmental stage of the Roc de Marsal Neandertal child: a high-resolution 3D investigation pbayle
2.1 Publications Dental developmental patterns in Neandertals: A high-resolution 3D analysis. pbayle
2.1 Publications Digital South African Fossils: Morphological studies using reference based reconstruction and electronic preparation. gweber
2.1 Publications Neandertaler: Vorfahren oder entfernte Verwandte? MPEA
2.1 Publications Crown formation and age at death in the juvenile hominin from Jebel Irhoud, Morocco. MPEA
2.1 Publications Molar crown thickness, volume, and development in South African Middle Stone Age humans. MPEA
2.1 Publications The Neanderthal “chignon”: Variation, integration and homology. MPEA
2.1 Publications “Maleness” reconsidered: hominoid craniofacial sexual dimorphism UNVI
2.1 Publications Variability of the femoral head in catarrhines – a new 3D method for describing anatomical structures. UNVI
2.1 Publications [···] UNVI
2.1 Publications Morphology, wear and 3D digital surface models: materials and techniques to create high-resolution replicas of teeth. lfiorenza
2.1 Publications "Ontogeny of airorhynchy in male-female orangutans: analysis of palate and frontal bone" nsingh
2.1 Publications "A three-dimensional look at the Neanderthal mandible" nsingh
2.1 Publications Dental tissue studies: 2D and 3D insights into human evolution MPEA
2.1 Publications A re-assessment of the Jebel Irhoud (Morocco) Mousterian adult cranial remains. pgunz
2.1 Publications Integration and homology of “chignon” and “hemibun” morphology pgunz
2.1 Publications Geometric morphometric methods for bone reconstruction: the mandibular condyle of Pico della Mirandola. lfiorenza
2.1 Publications Paleoamericans in a Late Pleistocene context: Assessing morphological affinities MPEA
2.1 Publications [···] mtanzer
2.1 Publications Assessment of the dental developmental status of an individual. Adaptability of radiographic scoring systems of mineralisation stages to (micro)CT? pbayle
2.1 Publications Placing late Neanderthals in a climatic context MPEA
2.1 Publications Incremental dental development: Methods and applications in hominoid evolutionary studies MPEA
2.1 Publications Evolution of Middle-Late Pleistocene human cranio-facial morphology: A 3-dimensional analysis pgunz
2.1 Publications Taxonomic Assessment of the Trinil Molars Using Non-Destructive 3D Structural and Development Analysis RISE
2.1 Publications Ontogeny of airorhynchy in male-female orangutans: analysis of palate and frontal bone saschasenck
2.1 Publications Mosaic evolution, integration and modularity: evolution of the human cranial base mbastir
2.1 Publications Endocranial ontogenetic trajectories in humans: a 3D geometric morphometrics analysis sneubauer
2.1 Publications High-resolution comparative analysis of the dental development of the La Madeleine child pbayle
2.1 Publications Dental development in the Neanderthal child of Roc de Marsal (Dordogne, France) pbayle
2.1 Publications Middle cranial fossa anatomy and the origins of modern humans mbastir
2.1 Publications Was it worth digitizing all those curves? A worked example from craniofacial primatology skatina
2.1 Publications testmans testpub testman
2.1 Publications Basic Notes on R for GMM II skatina
2.1 Publications Virtual 3D analysis for the taxonomic attribution of first molars skatina
2.1 Publications Dental developmental pattern of the Neanderthal child from Roc de Marsal: a high-resolution 3D analysis pbayle
2.1 Publications Molar Enamel Thickness and Dentine Horn Height in Gigantopithecus blacki MPEA
2.1 Publications The partial cranium from Cioclovina, Romania: morphological affinities of an early modern European MPEA
2.1 Publications A re-assessment of the Jebel Irhoud (Morocco) Mousterian adult cranial remains MPEA
2.1 Publications Comparison of endocranial ontogenetic trajectories between humans and chimpanzees with implications for hominid brain evolution sneubauer

EVAN Fellowship Informations:

The main purposes of our EVAN network are the training-through-research, including Ph.D. studies of young researchers under the supervision of experienced scientists, clinicians and developers who share common interests in quantitative morphology and state-of-the-art imaging and analysing techniques.

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Over the period of 48 months of the project, it is planned to recruit:

  • 18 Early Stage Researchers
  • 14 Experienced researchers
The distribution of ESR and ER months over the course is given in the tablegraphic below.
Most of the fellows will be employed with a fixed contract.

Fellows assignments:

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ESR: Early Stage Researcher
ER: Experienced Researcher