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Christopher S. Walker, Adjunct Assistant Professor

Christopher S. Walker
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Office Location:  01 Biological Sciences Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone:  (919) 660-7267
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Ph.D.Duke University2015
M.Phil.University of Cambridge2009
B.A.University of California, San Diego2007

Functional Anatomy

Recent Publications   (search)

  1. Berger, LR; Hawks, J; de Ruiter, DJ; Churchill, SE; Schmid, P; Delezene, LK; Kivell, TL; Garvin, HM; Williams, SA; DeSilva, JM; Skinner, MM; Musiba, CM; Cameron, N; Holliday, TW; Harcourt-Smith, W; Ackermann, RR; Bastir, M; Bogin, B; Bolter, D; Brophy, J; Cofran, ZD; Congdon, KA; Deane, AS; Dembo, M; Drapeau, M; Elliott, MC; Feuerriegel, EM; Garcia-Martinez, D; Green, DJ; Gurtov, A; Irish, JD; Kruger, A; Laird, MF; Marchi, D; Meyer, MR; Nalla, S; Negash, EW; Orr, CM; Radovcic, D; Schroeder, L; Scott, JE; Throckmorton, Z; Tocheri, MW; VanSickle, C; Walker, CS; Wei, P; Zipfel, B, Homo naledi, a new species of the genus Homo from the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa., Elife, vol. 4 (January, 2015) [doi]  [abs]
  2. Walker CS and Churchill SE, Territory size in Canis lupus: implications for Neandertal mobility, in Mobility: interpreting behavior from skeletal adaptations and environmental interactions, edited by Marchi D and Carlson K (2014), New York: Springer
  3. DeSilva JM, Holt KG, Churchill SE, Carlson KJ, Walker CS, Zipfel B, Berger LR, The lower limb and mechanics of walking in Australopithecus sediba, Science, vol. 340 no. 6129 (2013)

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