Selected Publications


Parker M, Smith HF (In press). Anatomical variation in the anterolateral ligament of the knee and a new dissection technique for embalmed cadaveric specimens. Anat Sci Int.  
Smith HF, Hutchison JH, Townsend KEB, Adrian B, Jager D. 2017. Morphological variation, phylogenetic relationships, and geographic distribution of the Baenidae (Testudines), based on new specimens from the Uinta Formation (Uinta Basin), Utah (USA). PLoS One Jul 7;12(7):e0180574. 

Leonhard V, Caldwell G, Goh M, Reeder S, Smith HF. 2017. Ultrasonographic Diagnosis of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Secondary to Brachial Plexus Piercing Variation. Diagnostics (Basel). 2017 Jul 4;7(3). pii: E40. 

Smith HF, Parker W, Kotze S, Laurin M. 2017. Morphological evolution of the mammalian cecum and cecal appendix. Comptes Rendus Palevol 16:39-57. 

Smith HF, Hulsey BI, Pack F, Cabana G. 2016. Do biological distances reflect genetic distances? A comparison of craniometric and genetic distances at local and global scales. In: Pilloud M & Hefner JT (Eds.) Biological distance analysis: Forensic and bioarchaeological perspectives. New York, NY: Academic Press, pp. 157-179. 

Ercoli M, Alvarez A, Busker F, Morales MM, Julik E, Smith HF, Adrian B, Barton M, Bhagavatula K, Poole M, Shahsavan M, Weschler R, Fisher RE. 2016. Myology of the Head, Neck, and Thoracic Region of the Lesser Grison (Galictis cuja) in Comparison with the Red Panda (Ailurus fulgens) and Other Carnivorans: Phylogenetic and Functional Implications. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 23. 

Leonhard V, Smith R, Caldwell G, Smith HF. 2016. Anatomical variations in the brachial plexus roots: implications for diagnosis of neurogenic thoracic outlet syndrome. Annals of Anatomy 206:21-26.

Dalal D, Smith HF. 2015. Developmental Changes in Morphology of the Middle and Posterior External Cranial Base in Modern Homo sapiens. Biomed Research International. Article ID 324702. 

Smith HF, von Cramon-Taubadel N. 2015. The relative correspondence of cranial and genetic distances in papionin taxa and the impact of allometric adjustments. Journal of Human Evolution 85:46-64. 

Cabana GS, Lewis CM, Tito RY, Covey RA, Cáceres AM, Castillo Pampas CL, De La Cruz AF, Durand D, Housman G, Hulsey BI, Iannacone GC, López PW, Martínez R, Medina A, Ortega Dávila O, Osorio Pinto KP, Polo Santillán SI, Rojas Domínguez P, Rubel M, Smith HF, Smith SE, Rubín de Celis Massa V, Lizárraga B, Stone AC. 2014. Population genetic structure of traditional populations in the Peruvian Central Andes and implications for South American population history. Hum Biol. 2014 Summer;86(3):147-165.

Smith HF, Ritzman T, Otárola-Castillo E, Terhune C. 2013. A 3-D geometric morphometric study of intraspecific variation in the ontogeny of the temporal bone in modern Homo sapiens. Journal of Human Evolution 65:479-489.

Smith HF, Parker W, Kotzé SH, Laurin M. 2013. Multiple independent appearances of the cecal appendix in mammalian evolution and an investigation of related ecological and anatomical factors. Comptes Rendus Palevol 12:339-354.

von Cramon-Taubadel N, Smith HF. 2012. The relative congruence of cranial and genetic estimates of hominoid taxon relationships: implications for the reconstruction of hominin phylogeny. Journal of Human Evolution 62: 640-653.

Fisher RE, Smith HF, Kusumi K, Tassone EE, Rawls A, Wilson-Rawls J. 2012. Mutations in the Notch pathway alter the patterning of multifidus. Anatomical Record 295:39-39. 

Smith HF. 2011. The role of genetic drift in shaping modern human cranial evolution: a test using microevolutionary modeling. Invited paper in a special issue of the International Journal of Evolutionary Biology vol. 2011, Article ID 145262, 11 pages, 2011. doi:10.4061/2011/145262.

Smith HF. 2009. Which cranial regions reflect molecular distances reliably in humans? Evidence from three-dimensional morphology. American Journal of Human Biology 21:36-47.

Smith HF, Fisher RE, Everett ML, Thomas AD, Bollinger RR, Parker W. 2009. Comparative anatomy and phylogenetic distribution of the mammalian cecal appendix. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22:1984-1999.

Grine FE, Smith HF, Heesy CP, Smith E. 2009. Affinities of the Homo fossils from Swartkrans, Sterkfontein and Drimolen, South Africa: phenetic evidence from molar cusp proportions. In Grine FE, Leakey RE, Fleagle JG (eds.): The First Humans: Origins of the Genus Homo, pp 49-62. New York: Springer.

Smith HF, Grine FE. 2008. Cladistic analysis of early Homo crania from Swartkrans and Sterkfontein, South Africa. Journal of Human Evolution 54:684-704.

Smith HF, Terhune C, Lockwood C. 2007. Genetic, geographic, and environmental correlates of human temporal bone variation. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 134:312-322.