Heather Jamniczky
Heather Jamniczky
Associate Professor, Department of Cell Biology & Anatomy, University of Calgary
Verified email at ucalgary.ca
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Deciphering the palimpsest: studying the relationship between morphological integration and phenotypic covariation
B Hallgrímsson, H Jamniczky, NM Young, C Rolian, TE Parsons, ...
Evolutionary Biology 36 (4), 355-376, 2009
3112009
Spatial packing, cranial base angulation, and craniofacial shape variation in the mammalian skull: testing a new model using mice
DE Lieberman, B Hallgrímsson, W Liu, TE Parsons, HA Jamniczky
Journal of Anatomy 212 (6), 720-735, 2008
1422008
The generation of variation and the developmental basis for evolutionary novelty
B HallgrÍmsson, HA Jamniczky, NM Young, C Rolian, U Schmidt‐ott, ...
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2012
832012
A comparison of covariance structure in wild and laboratory muroid crania
HA Jamniczky, B Hallgrímsson
Evolution 63 (6), 1540-1556, 2009
682009
Epigenetic integration of the developing brain and face
TE Parsons, EJ Schmidt, JC Boughner, HA Jamniczky, RS Marcucio, ...
Developmental Dynamics 240 (10), 2233-2244, 2011
662011
Rediscovering Waddington in the post‐genomic age
HA Jamniczky, JC Boughner, C Rolian, PN Gonzalez, CD Powell, ...
Bioessays 32 (7), 553-558, 2010
652010
A new turtle from the Arundel Clay facies (Potomac Formation, Early Cretaceous) of Maryland, USA
TR Lipka, F Therrien, DB Weishampel, HA Jamniczky, WG Joyce, ...
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26 (2), 300-307, 2006
492006
Signals from the brain induce variation in avian facial shape
D Hu, NM Young, Q Xu, H Jamniczky, RM Green, W Mio, RS Marcucio, ...
Developmental Dynamics 244 (9), 1133-1143, 2015
412015
Modularity in the skull and cranial vasculature of laboratory mice: implications for the evolution of complex phenotypes
HA Jamniczky, B Hallgrímsson
Evolution & development 13 (1), 28-37, 2011
412011
Micro-computed tomography-based phenotypic approaches in embryology: procedural artifacts on assessments of embryonic craniofacial growth and development
EJ Schmidt, TE Parsons, HA Jamniczky, J Gitelman, C Trpkov, ...
BMC developmental biology 10 (1), 18, 2010
392010
An evaluation of meniscal collagenous structure using optical projection tomography
SHJ Andrews, JL Ronsky, JB Rattner, NG Shrive, HA Jamniczky
BMC medical imaging 13 (1), 1-6, 2013
362013
The LINDSAY Virtual Human Project: An immersive approach to anatomy and physiology
JK Tworek, HA Jamniczky, C Jacob, B Hallgrímsson, B Wright
Anatomical sciences education 6 (1), 19-28, 2013
342013
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RM Green, W Feng, T Phang, JL Fish, H Li, RA Spritz, RS Marcucio, ...
LANDFALL 46 (2), 158-159, 1992
34*1992
Speciation through the lens of biomechanics: locomotion, prey capture and reproductive isolation
TE Higham, SM Rogers, RB Langerhans, HA Jamniczky, GV Lauder, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1838), 20161294, 2016
332016
Tfap2a-dependent changes in mouse facial morphology result in clefting that can be ameliorated by a reduction in Fgf8 gene dosage
RM Green, W Feng, T Phang, JL Fish, H Li, RA Spritz, RS Marcucio, ...
Disease models & mechanisms 8 (1), 31-43, 2015
332015
Tfap2a-dependent changes in mouse facial morphology result in clefting that can be ameliorated by a reduction in Fgf8 gene dosage
RM Green, W Feng, T Phang, JL Fish, H Li, RA Spritz, RS Marcucio, ...
Disease Models and Mechanisms 8 (1), 31-43, 2015
332015
Tfap2a-dependent changes in mouse facial morphology result in clefting that can be ameliorated by a reduction in Fgf8 gene dosage
RM Green, W Feng, T Phang, JL Fish, H Li, RA Spritz, RS Marcucio, ...
Disease Models and Mechanisms 8 (1), 31-43, 2015
332015
Cognitive load imposed by knobology may adversely affect learners' perception of utility in using ultrasonography to learn physical examination skills, but not anatomy
HA Jamniczky, K McLaughlin, ME Kaminska, M Raman, R Somayaji, ...
Anatomical sciences education 8 (3), 197-204, 2015
312015
Mind the gap: genetic manipulation of basicranial growth within synchondroses modulates calvarial and facial shape in mice through epigenetic interactions
TE Parsons, CM Downey, FR Jirik, B Hallgrimsson, HA Jamniczky
PLoS One 10 (2), e0118355, 2015
282015
Shape‐shift: Semicircular canal morphology responds to selective breeding for increased locomotor activity
H Schutz, HA Jamniczky, B Hallgrímsson, T Garland Jr
Evolution 68 (11), 3184-3198, 2014
282014
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