Lab Members

Principal Investigator

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Assistant Professor, at CSUSB

Horner CV Link

Contact Info:
Phone: nine-zero-nine 537.5597
Email: ahorner-at-csusb.edu
Office: BI-320


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Graduate Students

Alexander Beechko

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Alexander Beechko (Fall 2015 – Current)

Research interests include functional morphology of vertebrates with special interests in muscle physiology and biomechanics. Currently working on the aging process in small mammalia; force-velocity production in mouse muscles. Recently presented at SICB (Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology) – “effects of aging on muscle shortening in Mus musculus”

profile-picNicolas Schwartz (Undergraduate: Winter 2014-Summer 2015; Master’s student: Fall 2015 – Current)

“Currently working towards completing my graduate thesis on the effects of selection and exercise on nutrient foramen and other femoral properties in mice selected for high voluntary wheel running. I am interested in research in the functional morphology of vertebrates, particularly through the lens of osteology. Previously, I worked on the effects of diet quality on Xiphophorus escape performance, and also assisted in the endurance training and testing of mice for research relevant to the lab as a whole. Recently I presented at the International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology (ICVM 2016) on “The effects of continued selection for high running behavior on Mus musculus nutrient foramen and bone morphometrics”, with past presentations for the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) Southwestern Regional in 2014, and SICB 2015. I am looking to pursue a PhD and am searching for programs both relevant to my current and past work, and in fields I may not be as familiar with.”


Undergraduate Students

Khiarra Estrella

Chris Helsted

Dillon Hua

Robert Barrett


Alumni Students

website picture.jpgJason Randall – (Winter 2016 – Summer 2016)

Conducted a research project that was presented during the Spring ’16 student colloquium entitled “Effects of age and exercise training on passive muscle-tendon unit stiffness”. Research interests include molecular evolution and systematics in determining phylogenetic relationships. Currently part of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology graduate program at UCR.

Isabell Augenstein

Nkechiyere Eboka

Noah Ghossein
 
Jennifer Hernandez
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