News from Functional Anatomy & Evolution
Read our latest announcements about department updates, honors and publications.
Job announcement for full-time tenure-track faculty appointment in the Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty appointment in the Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution (FAE) at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor.
Dr. Siobhán Cooke has been named the course director for the seven-week Human Anatomy course taught to first year medical students in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
A paper out of the Bever Lab and led by graduate student Aneila Hogan was selected as one of two 2020 Joint Runner-Up Best Papers by the Journal of Anatomy.” The study examines the developmental anatomy of the olfactory apparatus in chick…
Congratulations to the graduating class of the Master of Science in Anatomy Education 2020-2021! They have worked very hard throughout the year and have achieved great levels of success in moving to the next steps of their career / education!
Gabriel Bever was promoted to Associate Professor of Functional Anatomy and Evolution, effective February 1, 2021. A full-time faculty member in the Center, Dr. Bever earned his PhD in Paleobiology from the University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. Siobhán Cooke will participate in 2021 cohort of women in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Leadership Program for Women Faculty (LPWF).
Adam Sylvester was promoted to Associate Professor of Functional Anatomy and Evolution, effective October 1, 2020. A full time faculty member in the Center, Dr. Sylvester earned his BS in Zoology, then his MA and PhD in Anthropology, from the University of Tennessee.
A paper by graduate student Aneila Hogan and faculty member Dr. Gabriel Bever was selected to appear on the cover of the August 2020 issue of Journal of Anatomy.
The Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution congratulates the graduates from its inaugural class in the MS in Anatomy Education that began in 2019. The three students came from a variety of backgrounds to pursue this degree and successfully navigated a new program and the pandemic to complete their coursework in June, 2020. Congratulations to Aracely, Grace, and Dallas – we wish you all the best for your future careers!