Aja Carter

Education:
2020, Ph.D,  Paleobiology from Department of Earth and Environmental Science, University of Pennsylvania
2014, B.S., Biology from Drexel University

PhD Title:
The Effects of Vertebral Morphology and Composition on Stem-Tetrapod Intervertebral Joint Functional Behavior

PhD Thesis Advisor: 
Peter Dodson

Post doc Research Topic:
Effects of Complex Vertebral Morphology on Whole Physical Agent Behavior

UPENN Department:
Electrical and Systems Engineering

Penn Faculty Mentor: 
Daniel Koditschek

 

RESEARCH HUB

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