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Check out some of my recent publications below. Download my C.V. here.

I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Turner Lab at Stony Brook University.

Stefanic and Nesbitt (2018)

We describe axial column material of Poposaurus langstoni from the Upper Triassic of Texas.

Stefanic and Nesbitt (2019)

We explore the evolution and role of the hyposphene-hypantrum accessory intervertebral articulation in Archosauria.

Stefanic et al. (2020)

We describe new crocodylomorph fossil material from the Fayum Depression of Egypt. This is the first occurrence of a sebecosuchian in Late Eocene deposits of Africa.

About Me

I am a vertebrate paleontologist and anatomy instructor interested in answering questions about the evolution of skeletal form and function using the fossil record.

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