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Current projects | Student research projects

Welcome to our lab! We are housed in the Biomedicine Discovery Institute’s Program in Development and Stem Cells. We are a relatively new lab here at Monash which means there’s ample room for growth! While our current interests are in the ontogeny and evolution of African primates, the 3D scanning and geometric morphometric techniques we are familiar with can be used for just about any project regarding some aspect of shape. For example, we have applied our techniques on a wide variety of projects from the ones outlined in this website to changes in facial expressions of infant piglets. So seriously, if you’re broadly interested in biology, you probably have a place here.

Explore the information in this website and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Massey.

Selected funding groups

We gratefully acknowledge the funding given to our lab by the Leakey Foundation and the NHMRC.

Teaching activities

I have been teaching human clinical anatomy since 2011 at the University of Minnesota in the United States. In the Centre for Human Anatomy Education, I primarily teach in the medical curriculum at the Clayton Campus and the graduate-entry medical program of the School of Rural Medicine.