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Biomechanics Publications

Tail wags the dog is unsupported by biomechanical modeling of Canidae tail use during Terrestrial Motion

Schulz, A., Rottier, T., Sohnel, K., McCarthy, K., Patel, A., Andrada, A., Jusufi, A.*,

bioRXiV

Using Second Harmonic Generation to Show Entanglement of Collagen Fibers in the Elephant Trunk Dermis

Schulz, A., Hansen, G., Palakurthy, I., Shriver, C., Marple, D., Paterno, A., Blystone, C., Place, S., Hu, D., Weigel, E.,

bioRXiV

Elephants develop wrinkles through both form & function

Schulz, A., Hansen, G., Palakurthy, I., Shriver, C., Marple, D., Paterno, A., Blystone, C., Place, S., Hu, D., Weigel, E.,

bioRXiV

A Year at the Forefront of Hydrostat Motion

Schulz, A.*, Zhang, M., Singal, K., Schneider, N.

Biology Open

Elephants have an adaptable prehensile grip

Schulz, A., Reidenberg, J.S., Wu, J., Tang, C., Seleb, B., Mancebo, J., Elgart, N., Hu, D.L.

Bioinspiration & Biomimetics

Skin wrinkles and folds enable asymmetric motion in the elephant trunk

Schulz, A., Boyle, M., Boyle, C., Sordilla, S., Rincon, C., Hooper, S., Aubuchon, C., Reidenberg, J.S., Higgins, C., Hu, D.L.*

Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences (PNAS) 119, 31 (2022).

Suction Feeding by Elephants

Schulz, A., Wu, J., Ha, S., Kim., G., Slade, S., Rivera, S., Reidenberg, J., Hu, D.L.* 

Journal of The Royal Society Interface

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