Shape variation in the metaphyseal regions of long bones during growth in humans

Mar 19, 2021 | Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences, JCURA


Research Poster


Research Presentation

Student Biography

Isabelle Rutherford

Isabelle Rutherford

Undergraduate Student

Isabelle Rutherford is in her final year of a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology with a focus on Biological Anthropology. Her main interests are in human skeletal variability, adaptation, and evolution. She has enjoyed the opportunity to challenge herself by engaging in independent research through her JCURA project. When not doing classwork, Isabelle is an avid outdoorsperson, regularly exploring the beauty of the island on foot, bike, and paddleboard.


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  1. Erin

    Very clearly explained, Isabelle. Interesting research. Well done!

  2. Helen K

    Great job Isabelle! Well explained.

  3. Marla

    Interesting questions and well presented results – great work, Isabelle!


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