Kathryn Kavanagh, PhD
Science & Engineering 320D
|1998||James Cook University of North Queensland||PhD in Biology|
|1992||College of William and Mary||MA in Marine Science|
- Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
- Evolutionary Developmental Biology
- Coral Reef Biology
- Developmental bias and plasticity in evolution
- Vertebrate skeletal development and evolution
- Evolution of larval-brooding damselfishes
- Adaptive plasticity in thoracic and limb regions in birds and mammals
- Co-evolution of morphological and life history traits in damselfishes
Kavanagh, K.D. (2019).
Developmental plasticity associated with early structural integration and evolutionary patterns: examples of developmental bias and developmental facilitation in the skeletal system.
Evolution & Development
Young, N.M., Takkellapati, S., Winslow, B., Kavanagh, K.D. (2015).
Shared rules of development predict patterns of evolution in segmentation.
Nature Communications, 6, 6690.
Kavanagh, K.D., Evans, A.E., Jernvall, J. (2007).
Predicting evolutionary patterns of mammalian teeth from development.
Nature, 449, 427-432.