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XB-LAB-22

Hanken Lab

Research Interests

Evolution of cranial patterning in amphibians.

Research Area

Our research focuses on the evolutionary morphology, development, and systematics of vertebrates, especially amphibians. Our laboratory maintains active field programs in Africa, Asia, and Central and South America.

Current Members

Hanken, James (Principal Investigator/Director)

Alumni


Contact

Institution: Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard

Address:
Harvard Medical School
Center for Health and The Global Environment
Boston, MA
02215, USA

Web Page: www.oeb.harvard.edu/faculty/hanken/hanken-oeb.html

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