Sensory Morphology and Genomic Anthropology Lab (SMGAL)

 3-D rendered cranium of  Notharctus tenebrosus , an extinct adapiform primate from the Eocene. Black arrows point to the vomeronasal groove (VNG).

3-D rendered cranium of Notharctus tenebrosus, an extinct adapiform primate from the Eocene. Black arrows point to the vomeronasal groove (VNG).

 
 

SMGAL

The Sensory Morphology and Genomic Anthropology Lab is run by PI’s Dr. Christopher Schmitt and Dr. Eva Garrett. We have combined lab space for molecular benchwork and visualizing 3D images of primate and fossil skeletal material. We are looking for bright and driven undergraduates and graduate students to work in the SMGAL!