Welcome to the Dept of Anatomical Sciences

The Department of Anatomical Sciences, within the Health Sciences Center, offers a multidisciplinary graduate program leading to a Ph.D. degree. The faculty consists of prominent researchers in the fields of Anthropology, Vertebrate Paleontology and Systematics, and Functional Morphology. The research in our department focuses on early hominid functional morphology and evolution, mammal evolution, reptile evolution, and squamate morphology and feeding mechanics. Students in our department receive comprehensive training that prepares them to teach the next generation of health professionals and do research in the areas of evolutionary morphology, functional morphology, musculoskeletal biology, systematics, and vertebrate paleontology.

Stony Brook University is deeply committed to the recruitment, retention and success of diverse students in its competitive graduate degree programs.

In the News

The Department of Anatomical Sciences invites applications of an Instructor position, with primary teaching responsibilities in human gross anatomy to healthcare professional students. Position will begin June 15, 2015. This is a one year appointment with the possibility of renewal. Applicants will be reviewed on a rolling basis upon receipt of packet.
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Drs. Krause and Seiffert, along with graduate student Simone Hoffman and Senior Preparator Joe Groenke announce a newly discovered fossil mammal from Madagascar.
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