Curriculum Vitae

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Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

  •  A. Ruth, RS Meindl, MA Raghanti, and CO Lovejoy (2016). Locomotor pattern fails to predict foramen magnum angle in marsupials, rodents, and strepsirrhine primates. Journal of Human Evolution 94: 45-52(Link)

Selected Abstracts and Conference Presentations

  • A. Ruth, MA Raghanti, CO Lovejoy 2017. Comparative anatomy of the anterior cruciate ligament insertions in primates. Poster. American Association of Anatomists. Chicago.
  • A. Ruth 2017. The relationship of knee rotation to lateral meniscus shape and attachments in hominoids.. Poster. American Association of Physical Anthropologists. New Orleansm
  • A Ruth, TL Hieronymus, CO Lovejoy. 2016. Differences in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Fiber Orientation Between Digitigrade and Palmigrade Animals. Podium presentation, American Association of Anatomists. San Diego
  • A Ruth, M Linde-Rosen, FH Fu, CO Lovejoy. The human anterior cruciate ligament’s caliber is similar to those of other mammals. Pittsburgh Orthopaedic Journal. Volume 26.
  • A. Ruth, M.A. Raghanti, C.O. Lovejoy. Bundle number and bipedality: Probing the comparative anatomy of the anterior cruciate ligament. Poster Presentation, American Association of Physical Anthropologists, St. Louis.
  • A. Ruth, C.O. Lovejoy, S. Ingham, F. Fu. Bundle number and bipedality: Probing the comparative anatomy of the anterior cruciate ligament. Poster Presentation, Midwest Primate Interest Group, Madison.
  • A. Ruth, MA Raghanti, R.S. Meindl, C.O. Lovejoy. 2010. Foramen magnum position is influenced by neocortex size but not posture. Poster. American Association of Physical Anthropology, Albuquerque.
  • J.K. McKee, A. Kolatorowicz, L. Reitsema, A. Ruth, S. Schlecht, O. Ulvi, T. Weston. 2008. Backpedaling in human evolution – adaptive values of bipedalism in reverse. Poster.American Association of Physical Anthropology, Columbus.

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