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Anne Burrows, Ph.D.

Professor
Rangos School of Health Sciences
Physical Therapy

Rangos 111
Phone: 412.396.5543

Education:

Ph.D., Biological Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh, 1995
MS Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh
BS Biology University of Pittsburgh
Courses

HLTSC 315- Anatomy
HLTSC 320 - Anatomy
HLTSC 321 - Anatomy


Research

Primate feeding biomechanics; non-vocal communication; primate facial expression and its evolution

Publications

Burrows AM, Smith TD., Histomorphology of the Mandibular Condylar Cartilage in Greater Galagos (Otolemur spp.) American Journal of Primatology 69:36-45 (2007)

To view this publication: Histomorphology of the Mandibular Condylar Cartilage in Greater Galagos (Otolemur spp.)

Burrows AM, Smith TD., Et.Al., Perinatal Size and Maturation of the Olfactory and Vomeronasal Neuroepithelia in Lorisoids and Lemuroids

American Journal of Primatology 69:74-85 (2007)

To view this publication: Perinatal Size and Maturation of the Olfactory and Vomeronasal Neuroepithelia in Lorisoids and Lemuroids

Burrows AM, Waller BM, Parr LA, Bonar CJ. Muscles of facial expression in the chimpanzee ( Pan troglodytes ): Descriptive, ecological, and phylogenetic contexts. Journal of Anatomy 2006; 208: 153-167.

To view this publication: Muscles of facial expression in the chimpanzee

(Pan troglodytes)

Burrows AM, Smith TD. Form and patterns of the external aspect of the brain and the superficial dural venous sinuses of the river dolphins (Cetacea: Odontoceti) from endocasts and their bearing on phylogenetic reconstruction. Annals of Carnegie Museum 2005; 74; 201-215.

To view this publication: Annals of Carnegie Museum

Burrows AM, Smith TD. A three-dimensional analysis of mandibular morphology in Otolemur. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 2005; 127: 219-230.

To view this publication: A three-dimensional analysis of mandibular morphology in Otolemu

Burrows AM, Smith TD. Muscles of facial expression in Otolemur with a comparison to Lemuroidea. Anatomical Record 2003; 274: 827-836.

To view this publication: Muscles of facial expression in Otolemur with a comparison to Lemuroidea

Burrows AM, Smith TD. Histomorphology of the mandibular condylar cartilage in greater glagos ( Otolemur spp.). American Journal of Primatology (in press).

Smith TD, Alport LJ, Burrows AM, Bhatnagar KP, Dennis JC, Tuladhar P, Morrison EE. Perinatal size and maturation of the olfactory and vomeronasal neuroepithelia in lorisoids and lemuroids. American Journal of Primatology (in press).

Presentations

The faces of chimpanzees and humans: what lies beneath the skin? Invited presentation-- ChimpFACS International Workshop, March 2005, Portsmouth, UK.

Temporomandibular joint histomorphology in exudativorous and frugivorous galagos. 74 th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, April 2005, Milwaukee, WI (with TD Smith).

Infant dependency and perinatal morphology of olfactory and accessory olfactory organs in lorisoids and lemuroids. 74 th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, April 2005, Milwaukee, WI (with TD Smith, KP Bhatnagar, JC Dennis, P Tuladhar, and EE Morrison).

Ontogeny and functional histology of the first ethmoturbinal in strepsirrhines. Submitted to the 75 th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, March 2006, Anchorage, AK (with TD Smith, KP Bhatnagar, JB Rossie, MP Mooney, and MI Siegel).

Primate facial expression musculature: Comparative anatomy and implications for the evolution of communication. Submitted to the 21 st Congress of the International Primatological Society, June 2006, Entebbe UGANDA (with BM Waller and LA Parr).