Paläoanthropologie

Team

FF PaAn Schrenk
Prof. Dr. Friedemann Schrenk
Sektionsleiter Paläoanthropologie
TÄTIGKEITEN

 

seit 11/2000 Sektionsleiter Paläoanthropologie, Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, Frankfurt/M.

seit 4/2000 Professor für Paläobiologie der Wirbeltiere der Goethe Universität Frankfurt/M.

4/1993 – 3/2000 Museumsdirektor, Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt

 

BILDUNG

 

12/1994 Habilitation im Fach Paläontologie: Technische Universität Darmstadt, Fachbereich Geowissenschaften

12/1987 Promotion im Fach Biologie: Klinikum der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt, Zentrum der Morphologie

4/1985 Diplom Geologie, Paläontologie, Zoologie, Technische Universität Darmstadt

 

FORSCHUNGSPROJEKTE

 

seit 2017 MAFLO Projekt (Aktualistische Untersuchungen des Lake Malawi)

seit 2011 Paläontologie und Paläoanthropologie Südsudans (in Kooperation mit University of Juba, Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt)

seit 2009 Human Palaeobiomics (in Kooperation mit New York University),

seit 2007 The Role of Culture in the Early Expansions of Humans:  Labor- und Geländerabeiten, in Kooperation mit Universität Tübingen (Langzeitprojekt),, Förderung: Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften

2006 – 2009 Rift Dynamics, Uplift and Climate Change: Interdisciplinary research linking asthenosphere and atmosphere, DFG-Forschergruppe

2000 – 2005 Koobi Fora Research Project Kenya zur Erkundung neuer Fossilfundstellen in Nord-Kenya, Volkswagen-Stiftung

1995 – 2000 Hominiden-Fundstelle Makuyuni, Tanzania: Förderung: DFG

1991 – 1999 Eozäne Mammalier-Fauna aus der Grube Messel, Förderung: Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt

seit 1988 Hominid Corridor Research Project (HCRP), Wirbeltier-Paläontologie, Paläoökologie und Paläobiogeographie des Plio-Pleistozän in Nord-Malawi, Förderung: DFG, National Geographic Society, Geological Society of America, Boise Fund, Leakey-Foundation

1985 – 1990 Ontogenese und Morphologie des Schädels und der Zähne afrikanischer und südamerikanischer hystricomorpher Rodentia

1982 – 1988 Makapansgat Limeworks Research Project, Wirbeltier-Taphonomie, Paläoökologie und Sedimentologie der Australopithecinen-Fundstelle Makapansgat Limeworks, Südafrika, Förderung: Institute for the Study of Man (ISMA), BPI for Palaeontological Research, Johannesburg

FF PaAn Denkel-Oswalt
Birgit Denkel-Oswalt
Assistentin

Arbeitsbereiche

  • Organisatorisches und administratives Büromanagement
  • Terminkoordination und -controlling
  • Interne/externe Kommunikation
  • Mitwirkung bei der Entwicklung, Planung und Durchführung von internationalen Forschungs- und Kooperationsprojekten
  • Wissenschaftsadministration (u.a. Drittmittel- und Reisekostenabrechnung)
  • Unterstützung bei der Sammlungsbetreuung
  • Vortrags- und Veranstaltungsorganisation
  • Gastforscherbetreuung
  • Ansprechpartnerin für Studierende, Doktoranden und Postdocs
  • Haushaltsüberwachung
FF PaAn Christine Hemm
Christine Hemm
Technische Assistentin

Arbeitsbereiche

  • 3 D Labor (3D-Sammlungsbetreuung, 3-D-Vermessungen und Rekonstruktionen,  Ausbilden, Verarbeitung der Daten, Sicherung, Zugriff etc.)
  • Zeichnungen, Graphiken herstellen, Grabungspläne zeichnen
  • Betreuung der Bibliothek (Sonderdrucke, Bibliotheksarbeiten…)
  • Betreuung der Dauerausstellung
  • Ausgrabungen, Schlämmen
  • Betreuung der Praktikanten
  • SNG-Schülerausbildung
  • Veranstaltungsorganisation
  • Gastforscherbetreuung (technisch)
  • Homepage der Sektionen Paläoanthropologie und tertiäreSäugetiere
Mitarbeiterfoto
Anke Kuper
M.A.
Wiss. Mitarbeiterin Sektion Paläoanthropologie

Forschungsinteressen

Kulturökologie, Medical Anthropology, diachrone Forschung

Interessen: Medizin und Gesundheitspraxis, emotionale Kompetenz, Epidemiologie; Haushaltsökonomie, Reziprozität, informeller Sektor, Lohnarbeit; Mobilität, Nomadismus, Zusammenhang urbaner und ruraler Kontexte; Lebenszyklus

 regionaler Fokus: südliches Afrika

seit 2014             wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Humanethologisches Filmarchiv, Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung

2004 – 2014        wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Humanethologisches Filmarchiv in der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. I. Eibl-Eibesfeldt), MPIO, Andechs-Erling (zuvor von 1998 bis 2004 freie Mitarbeit)

1994 – 2004        Forschungsaufträge, Beratung, Gutachten, Übersetzungen Herero/Himba (freiberuflich: wiss. Institutionen, Entwicklungszusammenarbeit, Ausstellungen, Schule, wiss. Film, Dokumentar- und Spielfilm)

1999 – 2000        Museumsassistentin, Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum für Völkerkunde der Stadt Köln

1994 – 1998        stationäre Feldforschung in Nordwest-Namibia (von 1997 bis 1998 Graduiertenstipendium, Universität zu Köln)

1994                    Magister Artium, Universität zu Köln (Magisterschrift publ. 1995: Auskommen ohne Einkommen: Leben in der Bergbausiedlung Uis in Namibia. Frankfurt.)

1992                    Feldforschung in Uis, Namibia (5 Monate)

1985 – 1994        Studium, Universität zu Köln: Ethnologie, Afrikanistik, Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Soziologie, Ägyptologie (Tätigkeiten: interdisziplinäre Forschung und Expeditionen, Exkursionsbetreuung, Feldpraktika (Sahara, südl. Afrika), wiss. Verlag)

FF PaAn Angela Bruch
PD Dr.  Angela Bruch
Assoziiertes Projekt ROCEEH
Main research interests
  • Climate and Vegetation history
  • Quantification of vegetation parameters and terrestrial palaeoclimate
  • The regional impact of global palaeoclimatic changes
  • The influence of environmental changes on early human expansions
  • Plant food resources and their availability in different landscapes
Academic background

since February 2008 scientific researcher at Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften in research project “The role of culture in the early expansions of humans”

2011 Habilitation (Palaeontology), Faculty of Science, University of Tübingen

2006 – 2008 research assistant at Senckenberg Research Institute, Department of Palaeontology und Historical Geology, working group Climate and Environment

2005 – 2006 research assistant at the Institute of Geosciences, University of Frankfurt

1999 – 2005 research assistant at the Institute of Geosciences, University of Tübingen

1998 Dissertation in Palaeontology (Dr. rer. nat.), University of Tübingen

1991 Diploma in Geology and Palaeontology, University of Kiel

Publications
  • Shatilova, I.I., Kvavadze, E.V., Kokolashvili, I.M. & Bruch, A.A. (2018): Atlas of Pollen of the Georgian upper Cenozoic – Gymnosperms and Angiosperms. Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia. ISBN 978-9941-27-348-3.
  • Ghosh, R., Bruch, A.A., Portmann, F., Bera, S., Paruya, D.K., Morthekai, P. & Ali, S.N. (2017): A modern pollen–climate dataset from the Darjeeling area, eastern Himalaya: Assessing its potential for past climate reconstruction. Quaternary Science Reviews 174, 63-79. DOI: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.09.002.
  • Kandel, A.W., Gasparyan, B., Allué, E., Bigga, G., Bruch, A.A., Cullen, V.L., Frahm, E., Ghukasyan, R., Gruwier, B., Jabbour, F., Miller, C.E., Taller, A., Vardazaryan, V., Vasilyan, D. & Weissbrod, L. (2017): The earliest evidence for Upper Paleolithic occupation in the Armenian Highlands at Aghitu-3 Cave. Journal of Human Evolution (110), 37-68. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhevol.2017.05.010.
  • Kirscher, U., Oms, O., Bruch, A.A., Shatilova, I., Chochishvili, G. & Bachtadse, V. (2017): The Calabrian in the Western Transcaucasian basin (Georgia): Paleomagnetic constraints from the Gurian regional stage.
    Quaternary Science Reviews 160, 96-107. DOI: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.01.017.
  • François, L., Bruch, A.A., Utescher, T., Spicer, R.A. & Spicer, T. (2017): Reconstructing Cenozoic vegetation from proxy data and models – a NECLIME synthesis (Editorial). NECLIME special issue Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 467, 1-4. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2016.11.043.
  • Teodoridis, V., Bruch, A.A., Kvaček, Z., Vassio, E., Martinetto, E. & Stuchlik, L. (2017): Plio-Pleistocene floras of the Vildštejn Formation in the Cheb Basin, Czech Republic – a floristic and palaeoenvironmental review. NECLIME special issue Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 467, 166-190. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2015.09.038.
  • Bondarenko, O.V., Blokhina, N.I., Bruch, A.A., Francois, L. & Utescher, U. (2017):  Quantification of Calabrian Vegetation in southern Primory’e (Far East of Russia) using multiple proxies. NECLIME special issue Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 467, 253-264. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2016.09.017.
  • Popova, S., Utescher, T., Gromyko, D.V., Bruch, A.A. & Mosbrugger, V.(2017): Cenozoic vegetation gradients in the mid- and higher latitudes of Central Eurasia and climatic implications. NECLIME special issue Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 467, 69-82. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2016.09.016.
  • Maul, L.C., Smith, K.T., Shenbrot, G., Bruch, A.A., Barkai, R. & Gopher, A. (2016): Palaeoecological and biostratigraphical implications of the microvertebrates of Qesem Cave in Israel. Quaternary International 398, 219-232. DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2015.04.032.
  • Maul, L.C., Smith, K.T., Shenbrot, G., Bruch, A.A., Wegmüller, F. & Le Tensorer, J.-M. (2015): Microvertebrates from unit G/layer 17 of the archaeological site of Hummal (El Kowm, Central Syria): Preliminary results. L’Anthropologie 119(5), 676–686.
  • Casas Gallego, M., Lassaletta, L., Barrón, E., Bruch, A.A. & Montoya, P. (2015): Vegetation and climate in the eastern Iberian Peninsula during the pre-evaporitic Messinian (latest Miocene). Palynological data from the upper Turolian of Venta del Moro (Spain). Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 215, 85–99. DOI:10.1016/j.revpalbo.2015.01.001 Development of methods, vegetation/climate analysis
  • Kandel, A.W.Bolus, M.Bretzke, K.Bruch, A.A.Haidle, M.N.Hertler, C. & Märker, M. (2015): Increasing Behavioral Flexibility? An Integrative Macro-Scale Approach to Understanding the Middle Stone Age of Southern Africa. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, 23(2), 623-668. DOI: 10.1007/s10816-015-9254-y
  • Steigerwald, S., Haidle, M.N.,  Bruch, A.A. Hertler, C. (2015): Conference report: Expansions 2015, Frankfurt/Main, Germany, 13 – 17 July 2015. Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft für Urgeschichte 24, 213-216.
  • Sharma, J., Alimohammadian, H., Bhattacharyya, A., Ranhotra, P.S., Djamali, M., Scharrer, S. & Bruch, A.A. (2014): Exploratory palynological analysis of Quaternary lacustrine deposits around Damavand volcano, Northern Iran. Geopersia 4 (1), 1-10.
  • Utescher, T., Bruch, A.A., Erdei, B., François, L., Ivanov, D., Jacques, F.M.B., Kern, A.K., Yu-Sheng (C.) Liu & Mosbrugger, V. (2014): The Coexistence Approach – theoretical background and practical considerations of using plant fossils for climate quantification. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 410, 58-73. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2014.05.031
  • Bruch, A.A.Kandel, A.W. & Lordkipanidze, D. (2014): The role of the Southern Caucasus on early human evolution and expansion – refuge, hub or source area? Antiquity 088 (339).
  • Kirscher, U., Gabrielyan, I., Scharrer, S.Bruch, A.A., Kuiper, K. & Bachtadse, V. (2014): High resolution magnetostratigraphy and radiometric dating of Early Pleistocene lake sediments from Southern Armenia. Quaternary International 328-329, 31-44. DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2013.06.010
  • Bruch, A.A.Scharrer, S. & Gabrielyan, I. (2014): Was uns Pollenkörner über die Umwelt früher Menschen verraten können. Senckenberg – natur forschung museum 144(7/8), 256-261.
  • Hertler, C.Bruch, A.A. & Märker, M. (2014): Ecospace — der ökologische Raum von Hominiden. Senckenberg – natur forschung museum 144(7/8), 262-265.
  • Hertler, C.Bruch, A.A. & Märker, M. (2013): The earliest stages of hominid dispersal in Africa and Eurasia. In: Ness, I. & P. Bellwood (Eds.). The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration. Malden, MA and Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. DOI:10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm802.
  • Yao, Y.-F., Bruch, A.A., Cheng, Y.-M., Mosbrugger, V., Wang, Y.-F. & Li, C.-S. (2012): Monsoon versus Uplift in Southwestern China–Late Pliocene Climate in Yuanmou Basin, Yunnan. PLoS ONE 7(5): e37760. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0037760
  • Bruch, A.A., Sievers, C. & Wadley, L. (2012): Quantification of climate and vegetation from Southern African Middle Stone Age sites – an application using Late Pleistocene plant material from Sibudu, South Africa. Quaternary Science Reviews 47, 7-17. DOI: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2012.04.005.
  • Kandel, A.W., Gasparyan, B., Bruch, A.A., Weissbrod, L. & Zardaryan, D. (2012): Introducing Aghitu-3, the First Upper Paleolithic Cave Site in Armenia. Armenian Journal of Near Eastern Studies, 6(2)2011, 7-23.
  • Pinhasi, R., Gasparian, B., Wilkinson, K., Nahapetyan, S., Bar-Oz, G., Bruch, A.A., Hovsepyan, R. & Weissobrod, L. (2011): Middle Palaeolithic human occupation of high altitudes: a case study of Hovk 1 Cave, Armenia. Quaternary Science Reviews 30, 3846-3857.
  • Bruch, A.A., Sievers, C. & Wadley, L. (2012): Quantification of climate and vegetation from Southern African Middle Stone Age sites – an application using Late Pleistocene plant material from Sibudu, South Africa. Quaternary Science Reviews 47, 7-17. DOI: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2012.04.005
  • Akgün, F. & Bruch, A.A. (2012): Preface – Neogene Terrestrial Environments and Climate Change in Eurasia. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences 21(2), i–iii.
  • Akkiraz, M.S., Akgün, F., Utescher, T., Wilde, V., Bruch, A.A. & Mosbrugger, V. (2012): Palaeoflora and climate of lignite-bearing Middle Miocene sediments in Seyitömer and Tunçbilek basins, Kütahya Province, NW Turkey. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences 21(2), 213-235.
  • Meng, Q., Liu, Z., Bruch, A.A., Liu, R. & Hu, F. (2012): Palaeoclimatic Evolution during Eocene and Its Influence on Oil Shale Mineralization, Fushun Basin, China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 45(2), 95-105. DOI: 10.1016/j.jseaes.2011.09.021
  • Popova, S., Utescher, T., Gromyko, D.V., Bruch, A.A. & Mosbrugger, V.(2012): Palaeoclimate evolution in the Cenozoic of Siberia – evidence from fruit and seed floras. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences 21(2), 315-334.
  • Akkiraz, M.S., Akgün, F., Utescher, T., Bruch, A.A. & Mosbrugger, V.(2011): Precipitation gradients during the Miocene in Western and Central Turkey as quantified from pollen data. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 304, 276-290. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.05.002
  • Bruch, A.A., Utescher, T. & Mosbrugger, V. (2011): Precipitation patterns in the Miocene of Central Europe and the development of continentality. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 304, 202-211. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.10.002
  • Kern, A., Harzhauser, M., Mandic, O., Roetzel, R., Ćorić, S., Bruch, A.A. & Zuschin, M. (2011): Millennial-scale vegetation dynamics in an estuary at the onset of the Miocene Climate Optimum. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 304, 247-261. DOI:10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.07.014
  • Micheels, A., Bruch, A.A., Eronen, J., Fortelius, M., Harzhauser, M., Utescher, T. & Mosbrugger, V. (2011): Analysis of heat transport mechanisms from a Late Miocene model experiment with a fully-coupled atmosphere–ocean general circulation model. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 304, 337-350. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.09.021.
  • Pinhasi, R., Gasparian, B., Wilkinson, K., Nahapetyan, S., Bar-Oz, G., Bruch, A.A., Hovsepyan, R. & Weissobrod, L. (2011): Middle Palaeolithic human occupation of high altitudes: a case study of Hovk 1 Cave, Armenia. Quaternary Science Reviews 30(27-28), 3846-3857.DOI: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2011.09.020.
  • Utescher, T., Bruch, A.A., Micheels, A., Mosbrugger, V. & Popova, S. (2011): Cenozoic climate gradients in Eurasia — a palaeo-perspective on future climate change? Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 304, 351-358. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.09.031.
  • Yao, Y.-F., Bruch, A.A.Mosbrugger, V. & Li, C.-S. (2011): Quantitative reconstruction of Miocene climate patterns and evolution in Southern China based on plant fossils. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 304, 291-307. DOI:10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.04.012.
  • Haidle, M.N.Bolus, M.Bruch, A.A.Hertler, C.Kandel, A.W. & Märker, M. (2010): The Role of Culture in Early Expansions of Humans–A New Research Center. Quaternary International 223-224, 429-430. DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2009.07.011.
  • Micheels, A., Bruch, A.A. & Mosbrugger. V. (2009): Miocene climate modelling sensitivity experiments for different CO2 concentrations. Palaeontologia Electronica 12(2), 6A. palaeo-electronica.org/2009_2/172/index.html.
  • Gabrielyan, I. & Bruch, A.A. (2009): The fossil Pomegranate (Punica granatum L. fossilis, Punicaceae) from Sisian suite of South Armenia (Early Pleistocene). Flora, vegetation and plant resources of Armenia 17, 81-83. [in Russian with English summary]
  • Pinhasi, R., Gasparyan, B., Wilkinson, K., Bailey, R., Bar-Oz, G., Bruch, A.A., Chataigner, C., Hoffmann, D., Hovsepyanb, R., Nahapetyan, S., Pike, A.W.G., Schreve, D. & Stephens, M. (2008): Hovk 1 and the Middle and Upper Paleolithic of Armenia: a preliminary framework. Journal of Human Evolution 55, 803–816. DOI:10.1016/j.jhevol.2008.04.005.
  • Böhme, M., Bruch, A.A. & Selmeier, A. (2007): Implications of fossil wood for the reconstruction of vegetation and climate of the Early and Middle Miocene in the North Alpine Foreland Basin. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 253, 91–114.
  • Bruch, A.A. & Zhilin, S.G. (2007): Early Miocene climate of Central Eurasia – Evidence from Aquitanian floras of Kazakhstan. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 248, 32–48.
  • Bruch, A.A., Uhl, D. & Mosbrugger, V. (2007): Miocene Climate in Europe – Patterns and Evolution. – a first synthesis of NECLIME. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 253, 1-7.
  • Erdei, B., Hably, L., Kázmér, M., Utescher, T. & Bruch, A.A. (2007): Neogene flora and vegetation development in the Pannonian Basin – relations to palaeoclimate and palaeogeography. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 253, 115-140.
  • Micheels, A., Bruch, A.A., Uhl, D., Utescher, T. & Mosbrugger, V.(2007): A Late Miocene climate model simulation with ECHAM4/ML and its quantitative validation with terrestrial proxy data. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 253, 251-270.
  • Steppuhn, A., Micheels, A., Bruch, A.A., Uhl, D. & Mosbrugger, V.(2007): The sensitivity of ECHAM4/ML to a double CO2 scenario for the Late Miocene and the comparison to terrestrial proxy data. Global and Planetary Change 57, 189–212.
  • Syabryaj, S., Molchanoff, S., Utescher, T. & Bruch, A.A. (2007): Changes of climate and vegetation during the Miocene on the territory of Ukraine. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 253, 153–168.
  • Utescher, T., Mosbrugger, V.Bruch, A.A. & Milutinovic, D. (2007): Climate and vegetation changes in Serbia during the last 30 Ma. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 253, 141–152.
  • Akkiraz, M.S., Akgün, F., Örçen, S., Bruch, A.A. & Mosbrugger, V.(2006): Stratigraphic and Palaeoenvironmental Significance of Bartonian–Priabonian (Middle–Late Eocene) Microfossils from the Ba?çe?me Formation, Denizli Province, Western Anatolia. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences 15(2), 155-180.
  • Bruch, A.A., Utescher, T., Mosbrugger, V., Gabrielyan, I. & Ivanov, D.A. (2006): Late Miocene climate in the circum-Alpine realm – a quantitative analysis of terrestrial palaeofloras. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 238, 270-280.
  • Uhl, D., Bruch, A.A., Traiser, Ch. & Klotz, S. (2006): Palaeoclimate estimates for the Middle Miocene Schrotzburg flora (S-Germany) – A multi-method approach. International Journal of Earth Sciences 95, 1071–1085. DOI 10.1007/s00531-006-0083-9.
  • Bruch, A.A. (2004): The botanical and the morphological approach in Neogene palynology – a practical comparison. Acta Palaeobotanica 44(1), 87-91.
  • Bruch, A.A., Utescher, T., Alcalde Olivares, C., Dolakova, N., Ivanov, D. & Mosbrugger, V. (2004): Middle and Late Miocene spatial temperature patterns and gradients in Europe – preliminary results based on palaeobotanical climate reconstructions. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 249, 15-27.
  • Erdei, B. & Bruch, A.A. (2004): A climate analysis of Late Oligocene (Egerian) macrofloras from Hungary. Studia Botanica Hungarica 35, 5-22.
  • Bruch, A.A. & Kovar-Eder, J. (2003): Climatic evaluation of the flora from Oberdorf (Styria, Austria, Early Miocene) based on the Coexistence Approach. Phytologia Balcanica 9(2), 175-185.
  • Liang, M., Bruch, A.A., Collinson, M., Mosbrugger, V., Li, C., Sun, Q. & Hilton, J. (2003): Testing the climatic signals from different palaeobotanical methods: an example from the Middle Miocene Shanwang flora of China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 198, 279-301.
  • Uhl, D., Mosbrugger, V.Bruch, A.A. & Utescher, T. (2003): Reconstructing palaeotemperatures using leaf floras – case studies for a comparison of leaf margin analysis and the coexistence approach. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 126, 49-64.
  • Bruch, A.A. & Gabrielyan, I. (2002): Quantitative data of the Neogene Climatic Development in Armenia and Nakhichevan. Acta Universtitatis Carolinae 46(4), 41-48.
  • Bruch, A.A. & Mosbrugger, V. (2002): Palaeoclimate versus vegetation reconstruction – palynological investigations on the Oligocene sequence of the Sava Basin, Slovenia. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 122(3-4), 117-141.
  • Bruch, A.A., Fauquette, S. & Bertini, A. (2002): Quantitative climate reconstructions on Miocene palynofloras of the Velona Basin (Tuscany, Italy). Acta Universtitatis Carolinae 46(4), 27-37.
  • Schmiedl, G., Scherbacher, M., Bruch, A.A., Hemleben, C., Jelen, B., Mosbrugger, V., Nebelsick, J. & Rifelj, H. (2002): Paleoenvironmental evolution of the Paratethys in the eastern Alpine region during the late Paleogene. International Journal of Earth Sciences 91, 123-132.
  • Pross, J., Bruch, A.A.Mosbrugger, V. & Kvacek, Z. (2001): Tertiary pollen and spores as a tool for quantitative paleoclimate reconstructions: the Rupelian (Oligocene) of Central Europe. Proceedings IX International Palynological Congress; Houston. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, 299-310.
  • Bruch, A.A. & Pross, J. (1999): Palynomorph extraction from coal. In: Jones, T.P., Rowe, N.P. (Eds.). Fossil Plants and Spores: Modern Techniques. Geological Society of London.
  • Bruch, A.A. (1998): Palynologische Untersuchungen im Oligozän Sloweniens – Paläo-Umwelt und Paläoklima im Ostalpenraum. Tübinger Mikropaläontologische Mitteilungen 18.
  • Pross, J., Bruch, A.A. & Kvacek, Z. (1998): Paläoklima-Rekonstruktionen für den Mittleren Rupelton (Unter-Oligozän) des Mainzer Beckens auf der Basis mikro- und makrobotanischer Befunde. Mainzer Geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen 27, 79-92.
  • Biebow, N., Hamich, A., Schiebel, A.A., Söding, E., Bäcker, H., Brenner, W., Thiede, J. (1993): Evidence for Accretionary Prisms in the Southeastern Part of the Caltanisetta Basin. Unesco reports in marine science 58, 31-36.
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Susanne Krüger
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Dipl. Bio-Inf.  Ericson Hölzchen
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ehrenamtliche Mitarbeiter

Timothy G. Bromage
Ph.D.
ehrenamtlicher Mitarbeiter

Department of Molecular Pathobiology, Rm 817-S

New York University College of Dentistry

345 East 24th Street

New York, NY  10010-4086

USA

Following an undergraduate degree at the California State University at Sonoma in Anthropology, Biology, and Geology, Timothy G. Bromage obtained his MA and then in 1986 his PhD in Biological Anthropology from the University of Toronto with Prof. Becky Sigmon. The later years of his PhD program were completed in the Department of Anatomy and Embryology, University College London with Prof. Alan Boyde. Tim was awarded a NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship in 1987 and in 1988 appointed as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Child Dental Health, London Hospital Medical College, University of London with Prof. Jim Elliott. In 1989 he took a position in the Department of Anthropology, Hunter College, City University of New York, where he remained for 15 years. There he developed the first fully digital light and electron microscopy facility in the United States, and together with his preparation laboratory, created the Hard Tissue Research Unit (HTRU). In 2004 Tim moved the HTRU to the NYU College of Dentistry and further introduced an isotope laboratory within the laboratory.

Primary foci of research in the HTRU relate to bone and tooth biology with emphases on organismal development and life history, as well as for what “signals” exist in these tissues of variability in the external environment. His research has been reported in >200 papers and cited more than 6,170 times. He holds two patents from NYU, for a portable confocal microscope and for a method for simultaneously determining the absolute concentrations of 71 elements in seconds from aqueous solutions. His funding has largely come from the NIH, NSF, the Max Planck Society and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, and the United Nations Development Program. Tim’s contributions to science have been recognized by awards including: the Max Planck Prize (Life Science), Omicron Kappa Upsilon inductee of the National Dental Honor Society, Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar, elected Full Member of Sigma XI, and elected to Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. 

ACADEMIC POSITIONS 

 

2010-              Honorary Professor

                        La Salle University

                        Madrid, Spain

2010-              Honorary Research Fellow

                        Senckenberg Research Institute & University of Frankfurt

                        Frankfurt, Germany

2020-              Tenured Full Professor (F/T)

                        Department of Molecular Pathobiology

                        New York University College of Dentistry

                        Adjunct Professor, NYU Institute for the Study of the Ancient World

2010-              Tenured Full Professor (F/T)

                        Department of Biomaterials & Biomimetics

                        New York University College of Dentistry

2004-10          Education Coordinator II (F/T)

                        Department of Biomaterials & Biomimetics

                        New York University College of Dentistry

2004-              Adjunct Professor (P/T)

                        Department of Basic Science and Craniofacial Biology

                        New York University College of Dentistry

2004-              Adjunct Professor (P/T)

                        Ph.D. Program in Anthropology

                        New York University and C.U.N.Y. Graduate School.

1998-04           Professor (F/T)

                        Department of Anthropology and the Thomas Hunter Honors Program, Hunter College, CUNY

1998-04          Tenured Full Professor (F/T)

                        Ph.D. Programs in each of Anthropology, Biology, and Earth and Environmental Sciences, C.U.N.Y. Graduate School.

1994-98          Associate Professor (F/T)

                        Department of Anthropology, Hunter College, C.U.N.Y., and Ph.D.          Program in Anthropology, C.U.N.Y. Graduate School

1989-94          Assistant Professor (F/T)

                        Department of Anthropology, Hunter College, C.U.N.Y., and Ph.D.          Program in Anthropology, C.U.N.Y. Graduate School

1986-03          Honorary Research Fellow (F/T)

                        Department of Anatomy & Developmental Biology, University College   University of London, UK

1987-88          Postdoctoral Research Fellow (F/T)

                        Department of Child Dental Health, London Hospital Medical College,    University of London, UK

1986-87          NATO Postdoctoral Fellow (F/T)

                        Department of Anatomy & Developmental Biology, University College   London

                        University of London, UK

 

HONORS/AWARDS

 

Date                Institution/Organization

 

2020                Elected Full Member, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society

2020                Federation of American Societies For Experimental Biology BioArt winner

2015                Elected Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science

2013                Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar

2011                Omicron Kappa Upsilon inductee, National Dental Honor Society

2010                Max Planck Prize (Life Science), Max Planck Society and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

1989-02           PSC-CUNY Research Award, CUNY

1999                Eugene Lang Student Faculty Research Fellowship, CUNY

1998                New Research and Teaching Initiative Award, CUNY

1997                Presidential Faculty Incentive & Teaching Grant Award, CUNY

1996                Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarship, CUNY

1996                Spring Invitation Lecturer, Barts & the London School of Medicine & Dentistry, University of London

1996                George N. Shuster Award, CUNY

1995                Hunter College Pluralism and Diversity Fund Award, CUNY

1993                Division of Dentistry and Medicine Visiting Lecturer, Dept. of

                        Anatomy and Human Biology, University of Western Australia

1992                Distinguished Alumni Award, California State University, Sonoma

1991                NASA Cosmos Biosatellite Group Achievement Award

1990, 89          Eastern European Research Award, Int’l Research and Exchange Board

1990                Eugene Lang Junior Faculty Development Award, CUNY

1986                NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship in Science, NATO

1984, 83          Ontario Graduate Scholarship, University of Toronto

1982, 80, 79    University of Toronto Open, Doctoral, and Graduate Fellowships, University of Toronto

1981                Charles Gordon Heyd Fellowship, University of Toronto

1980                University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies Student Visa Award, University of Toronto

 

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

 

American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for Dental Research

American Association of Physical Anthropologists

American Society for Bone and Mineral Research

American Society for Mass Spectrometry

Anatomical Society

Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities

European Calcified Tissue Society  

European Microscopy Society

Friends of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

International Bone and Mineral Society

Royal Microscopy Society

Senckenberg Society

PUBLICATIONS  PDFs available from:

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Journal Articles

Pacheco M, Ricci J, Mijares D, Bromage TG, Rabieh S, Coelho PG, Witek L.  Comparative in vitro study of 3D Printed Mesoporous Bioactive Glass, Bioglass 45S5 and β-TCP Scaffolds.  Journal choice pending.

Tarity TD, Vigdorchik JM, Westrich GH, Valle AGD, Cerrito P, Padgett E, Bromage TG, Bauer TW. Aseptic lymphocyte-dominant vasculitis associated lesion (ALVAL) associated with a zirconium-containing, cemented, total knee arthroplasty.  Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery Case Connector, submitted

Spear J.K., Bromage TG.  Bone remodeling patterns in the faces of young African apes and humans.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology, submitted.

Campos N, Buischi YP, Loomer PM, Bromage TG, Ervolino E, Fucini SE, Pola NM, Pirovani BO, Morabito MJS, Almeida JM, Furlaneto FAC, Nagata MJH.  Adjuvant therapy with alendronate gel 1% for experimental periodontitis treatment in rats. Journal of Periodontal & Implant Science, accepted

Bromage TG The oronasopharyngeal space and renewed formalization of the functional matrix hypothesis.  CRANIO: The Journal of Craniomandibular & Sleep Practice, accepted.

Rose RA, Bliss R, Bromage TG Hu B, Gopman JM, Melamed E.  The Cutting Edge: Surface Texture Analysis following Resection of Nerve Stumps Using Various Instruments. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Global Open, 2021, 9, e3566, 2021; https://doi.org/10.1097/GOX.0000000000003566.

Cerrito P, Cerrito L, Hu B, Bailey SE, Kalisher R, Bromage TG.  Weaning, parturitions and illnesses are recorded in rhesus macaque dental cementum microstructure.  American Journal of Primatology, 83: e23235, 2021; https://doi.org/10.1002/ajp.23235. 

Denys C, Otero O, Kullmer O, Sandrock O, Bromage TG, Schrenk F, Dauphin Y.  Biominerals Fossilisation: Fish Bone Diagenesis in Plio-Pleistocene African Hominid Sites of Malawi. MDPI Minerals, 2020, 10, 1049; https://doi.org/10.3390/min10121049. 

Woo ES, Goldstein G, Choi M, Bromage TG.  In vitro shear bond strength of 2 resin cements to zirconia and lithium disilicate: An in vitro study.  Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, 2020.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.prosdent.2020.02.020.

Hogg R, Lacruz R, Bromage TG, Dean MC, Ramirez-Rozzi F, Girimurugan SB, McGrosky A, Schwartz GT.  A comprehensive survey of Retzius periodicities in fossil hominins and other great apes.  Journal of Human Evolution, 149: 102896, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhevol.2020.102896

Rabieh S, Bayaraa O, Romeo E, Amosa P, Calnek K, Idaghdour Y, Ochsenkuehn MA, Amin SA, Goldstein G, Bromage TG.  MH-ICP-MS Analysis of the Fresh and Salt Environmental Water Resources of Upolu Island, Samoa.  MDPIMolecules, 25, 4871, 2020.  https://www.mdpi.com/1420-3049/25/21/4871

Karaaslan H, Seckinger J, Almabrok A, Hu B, Dong H, Xia D, Dekyi T, Zhou J, Bromage TG.  Enamel multidien biological timing and body size variability among individuals of Chinese Han and Tibetan origins.  Annals of Human Biology, https://doi.org/10.1080/03014460.2020.1785010, 2020.

Cerrito P, Bailey SE, Hu B, Bromage TG.  Parturitions, menopause and other physiological stressors are recorded in dental cementum microstructure.  Scientific Reports 10: 5381, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-62177-7, 2020. 

Modesto-Mata M, Dean MC, García-González R , Quintino Y, Lacruz RS, Bromage TG, García-Campos C, de Pinillos MM, Martín-Francés L, Martinón-Torres M, Carbonell E, Arsuaga JL, de Castro JMB.  Short and long period growth markers of enamel formation distinguish European Pleistocene hominins.  Scientific Reports, 10 :665, 2020. 

Chen SS, Pastino AK, Wu X, Ortiz O, McBride S, Hollinger JO, Hu B, Bromage TG, Kohn J.  Hybrid Bone Scaffold Induces Bone Bridging in Goat Calvarial Critical Size Defects without Growth Factor Augmentation.  Regenerative Engineering and Translational Medicine, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40883-019-00144-z, 2020.

McGrath K, Reid D, Guatelli-Steinberg D, Reid D, Arbenz-Smith K, Zaatari SE, Fatica LM, Kralick AE, Cranfield MR, Stoinski TS, Bromage TG, Mudakikwa A, McFarlin SC.   Faster growth corresponds with shallower linear hypoplastic defects in great ape canines.  Journal of Human Evolution.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhevol.2019.10269, 2019

He L, Zhou J, Chen M, Lin C-S, Kim SG, Zhou Y, Xiang L, Xie M, Bai H, Yao H, Shi C, Coelho P, Bromage TG,  Hu B,  Tovar N,  Witek L, Wu J,  Chen K,  Gu W, Zheng J, Ricupero C,  Sheu T-J,  Zhong J, Wen J, Niu Y, Cheng B, Gong Q, Owens D, Stanislauskas M, Pei J, Chotkowski G,  Wang S, Yang G, Shelanski M, Zegarelli D,  Zheng Y, Shi X, Finkel M, Zhang W, Li J, Cheng J, Tarnow D, Zhou X,  Wang Z,  Jiang X, Romanov A, Wang S, Ye L, Ling J, Mao J.   Parenchymal and stromal tissue regeneration of tooth organ by pivotal signals reinstated in decellularized matrix.  Nature Materials, 18: 627-637, 2019.

Smolyar I, Bromage T, Wikelski M.  Layered patterns in nature, medicine and materials: quantification of anisotropic structures and cyclicity.  PeerJ 7:e7813 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.7813, 2019.

Bromage TG, Juwayeyi YM, Katris JA, Gomez S, Ovsiy O, Goldstein J, Hu B, Schrenk F. Corrigendum to “The scaling of human osteocyte lacuna density with body size and metabolism”. Comptes rendus Palevol, 18, 492; DOI:10.1016/j.crpv.2019.03.001, 2019.

Eckstein M, Vaeth M, Aulestia FJ, Costiniti V, Kassam SN, Bromage TG, Pedersen P, Issekutz T, Moursi AM, Feske S, Lacruz RS.  Differential regulation of Ca2+ influx by ORAI channels mediates enamel mineralization.  Science Signaling, 12:  eaav4663. https://doi.org/10.1126/scisignal.aav4663, 2019.

Lacruz RS, Stringer CB, Kimbel WH, Wood, B, Harvati K, O’Higgins P, Bromage TG, Arsuaga J-L.  The evolutionary history of the human face.  Nature Ecology & Evolution, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-0865-7, 2019.

Li Y, Liu Y, Psoter WJ, Nguyen O, Bromage TG, Walters MA, Hu B, Rabieh S, Kumararaja F. Assessment of the silver penetration and distribution in carious lesions of deciduous teeth treated with silver diamine fluoride. Caries Research, https://doi.org/10.1159/000496210, 2019.

Crystal YO, Rabieh S, Janal MN, Rasamimari S, Bromage TG.  Silver and fluoride content and short-term stability of 38% silver diamine fluoride.  Journal of the American Dental Association, 150: 140-146, 2019.  

Bäuchle M, Lüdecke T, Rabieh S, Calnek K, Bromage TG. Quantification of 71 detected elements from Li to U for aqueous samples by simultaneous-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry.  Royal Society of Chemistry Advances, 8: 37008-37020, 2018.  https://doi.org/10.1039/c8ra07070a.

Rigo LC, Bordin D, Fardin VP, Coelho P, Bromage TG, Reis A, Hirata R. Influence of polishing system on the surface roughness of flowable and regular-viscosity bulk fill composites.  International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry, 38: e79-e86, 2018.  https://doi.org/ 10.11607/prd.3033.

Merolli A, Fung S, N. Murthy S, E. Pashuck T, Mao Y, Wu X, Steele JAM, Martin D, Moghe PV, Bromage TG, Kohn J.  “Ruffled border” formation on a CaP-free substrate: a first step towards osteoclast-recruiting bone-grafts materials able to re-establish bone turn-over.  Journal of Material Science Materials in Medicine, 29: 38, 2018.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s10856-018-6046-4. 

Godinho RM, Fitton LC, Toro-Ibacache V, Stringer C, Lacruz RS, Bromage, TG, O’Higgins P. The biting performance of Homo sapiens and Homo heidelbergensis.  Journal of Human Evolution, 118: 56-71, 2018. 

Bromage TG, Gomez S, Boyde A.  Imaging hard – inside the skeleton.  Royal Microscopy Society infocus 49: 4-31, 2018.

Sharma D, Larriera AI, Palacio-Mancheno PE, Gatti V, Cardoso L, Bromage, TG, Doty SB, Fritton SP.  The effects of estrogen deficiency on cortical bone microporosity and mineralization.  Bone, 110: 1-10, 2018.

Kaya AS, Basta-Pljakic J, Seref-Ferlengez Z, Majeska RJ, Cardoso L, Bromage TG, Zhang Q, Mendelsohn R, Yakar S, Fritton SP, Schaffler MB.  Lactation Induced Changes in the Volume of Osteocyte Lacunar-Canalicular Space Alter Mechanical Properties in Cortical Bone Tissue.  Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 32: 688-697, 2017

Kralick A, Burgess LM, Glowacka H, Arbenz-Smith K, McGrath K, Ruff CB, Chan KC, Cranfield MR, Stoinski TS, Reid DJ, Bromage TG, Mudakikwa A, McFarlin SC.  A radiographic study of permanent molar development in wild Virunga mountain gorillas of known chronological age from Rwanda.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 163, 129-147. https://doi.org/10.1002/ajpa.23192, 2017

Warshaw J, Bromage TG, Terranova CJ, Enlow DH. Collagen fiber orientation in primate long bones. The Anatomical Record, 300, 1189-1207.  https://doi.org/10.1002/ar.23571, 2017

Eckstein M, Vaeth M, Fornai C, Vinu M, Bromage TG, Nurbaeva M, Sorge J, Coelho P, Idaghdour Y, Feske S, Lacruz R.  Store-operated Ca2+ entry (SOCE) controls ameloblasts cell function and enamel development. JCI Insight. 2017;2(6):e91166. https://doi.org/10.1172/jci.insight.91166, 2017

Bromage TG, Juwayeyi YM, Katris JA, Gomez S, Ovsiy O, Goldstein J, Hu B, Schrenk F. the scaling of human osteocyte lacuna density with body size and metabolism. Comptes rendus Palevol, 15, 33-40; DOI:10.1016/j.crpv.2015.09.001, 2016.

Bromage TG, Lacruz RS, Idaghdour Y, Crenshaw TD, Ovsiy O, Rotter B, Hoffmeier K, Schrenk F. The swine plasma metabolome chronicles „many days“ biological timing and functions linked to growth. PLoS ONE 11(1): e0145919. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0145919, 2016.

Glowacka H, Mcfarlin SC, Catlett KK, Mudakikwa A, Bromage TG, Cranfiled MR, Stoinsk TS, Schwartz GT. Age-related changes in molar topography and shearing crest length in a wild population of mountain gorillas from Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 129, 279-293. DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.22943, 2016.

Lacruz RS, Bromage TG, O’Higgins P, Arsuaga JL, Stringer C, Godinho R, Warshaw J, Martínez I, Gracia A, Bermudez de Castro JM, Carbonell E. Ontogeny of the maxilla in Neanderthals and their ancestors. Nature Communications, 6:8996, DOI: 10.1038/ncomms9996, 2016.

Lüdecke T, Thiemeyer H, Schrenk F, Kullmer O, Fiebig J, Mulch A, Bromage TG. Persistent C3 vegetation accompanied Plio-Pleistocene hominin evolution in the Malawi Rift (Chiwondo Beds, Karonga Basin, East African Rift System). Journal of Human evolution 90: 163-175, 2016.

McFarlin SC, Terranova CJ, Zihlman AL, Bromage TG. Primary bone microanatomy records developmental aspects of life history in catarrhine primates. Journal of Human evolution, 92: 60-79, 2016.

Stock MK, Reynolds D, Masters AJ, Bromage TG, Enlow DH. Line of Sight in Hominoids. Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry, 40, 251-258, 2016.

Smolyar I, Wikelski M, Bromage TG. Quantification of layered patterns with structural anisotropy: a comparison of biological and geological systems. Heliyon, doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2016.e00079, 2016.

Qualls C, Bianucci R, Legeros R, Bromage TG, Lanzirotti A, Giuffra V, Ferroglio E, Fornaciari G, Appenzeller O. Neurotoxins during the European Renaissance. Bioarcheology of two Italian Nobles. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 5, 542–546, 2016.

Galbany J, Izabayo O, Romero A, Vecellio V, Glowacka H, Cranfield MR, Bromage TG, Mudakikwa A, Stoinski TS, Mcfarlin SC.  Tooth wear and feeding ecology in mountain gorillas from Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology, DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.22897, 2015.

Lacruz RS, Bromage TG, O’Higgins P, Toro-Ibacache V, Berger LR.  Distinct growth of the nasomaxillary complex in Au. sedibaScientific Reports, DOI:10.1038/srep15175, 2015. 

Tausch J, Kullmer O, Bromage TG. A new method for determining the 3D spatial orientation of molar microwear. Scanning, DOI: 10.1002/sca.21234, 2015.

Munhoz FL, Della-Casa MS, Sesma N, Marins DMFS, Filho LGF, Bromage TG.  Analysis of the early stages of osseointegration in two surfaces dental implants: A pilot study.  OMICS group – Biomedical Journals. Dentistry, 5, 322 DOI:10.4172/2161-1122.1000322, 2015.

Appenzeller O, Bromage TG. Khairat R, Nerlich AG, Rühli FJ.  Bioarcheology: Medicine, Biology, and Forensic Sciences.  BioMed Research International, 2015, DOI:10.1155/2015/671206, 2015.

Bromage TG.  Long in the tooth: Striations in teeth reveal the pace of life.  Natural History 123, 16-21, 2015.

Grine FE, Bromage TG, Daegling DJ, Burr DB, Brain CK.  Microbial osteolysis in an early Pleistocene hominin (Paranthropus robustus) from Swartkrans, South Africa.  Journal of Human evolution 85: 126-135, 2015. 

Hogg RT, Godfrey LR, Schwartz GT, Dirks W, Bromage TG.  Lemur Biorhythms and Life History Evolution.  PLoS One, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0134210, 2015.

Pardiñas López S, Khouly I, Warren R, Bromage TG.  Treatment of an unusual non-tooth related enamel pearl and 3 teeth related enamel pearls with localized periodontal disease without teeth extractions: A Case report.  Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry 36: 592-599, 2015.

Bromage TG.  Donald H. Enlow: The integrative single double life of a hard tissue naturalist.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 155: 319–321.  DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.22603, 2014.

Bromage TG, Janal MN.  The Havers-Halberg Oscillation regulates primate tissue and organ masses across the life history continuum.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 112: 649-656, 2014. 

Ziscovici C, Lucas PW, Constantino PJ, Bromage TG, Casteren A van.  Sea otter dental enamel is highly resistant to chipping due to its microstructure. Biology Letters, DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2014.0484, 2014.

Heathcote GM, Bromage TG, Sava VJ, Hanson DB, Anderson BE.  Enigmatic Cranial Superstructures among Chamorro Ancestors from the Mariana Islands: Gross Anatomy and Microanatomy.  Anatomical Record 297: 1009-1021, 2014.

Lanzirotti A, Qualls C, Bianucci R, Legeros R, Bromage TG, Giuffra V, Ferroglio E, Fornaciari G, Appenzeller O.  Assessing heave metal exposure in Renaissance Europe using synchrotron microbeam techniques.  Journal of Archaeological Sciences 52: 204-217, 2014.

Kullmer O, Schrenk F, Bromage TG.  Human Paleobiomics – Der Versuch einer integrativen Paläoanthropologie.  NATUR • FORSCHUNG • MUSEUM 144: 232-237, 2014.

Weber K, Delben J, Bromage TG, Duarte S.  Comparison of SEM and VPSEM imaging techniques with respect to Streptococcus mutans biofilm topography.  FEMS Microbiology Letters 350: 175-179, 2013. 

Ruff CB, Burgess M L, Bromage TG, Mudakikwa A, McFarlin  SC.  Ontogenetic Changes in Limb Bone Structural Proportions in Mountain Gorillas (Gorilla beringei beringei).  Journal of Human evolution 65: 693–703, 2013. 

Blumenthal SA, Chritz KL, Cerling TE, Bromage TG, Kozdon R, Valley JW.  Stable isotope time-series in mammalian teeth: in situ δ18O from the innermost enamel layer.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta  124: 223-236, 2013.

Bromage TG.  Heiner Jaksch.  Imaging & Microscopy 15: 15, 2013.

Valenzuela CD, Allori AC, Reformat DD, Sailon AM, Allen RJ Jr, Davidson EH, Alikhani M, Bromage TG, Ricci JL, Warren SM.  Characterization of Adipose-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cell Combinations for Vascularized Bone Engineering.  Tissue Engineering Part A 19:1373-85, 2013. 

Froum S.J., Wallace S., Cho S.C., Khouly  I.E.,  Rosenberg E., Corby P., Froum S., Bromage, T.G., Schoor R., Norman R., Tarnow D.  Histomorphometric Comparison of Different Concentrations of Recombinant Human Bone Morphogenetic Protein with Allogeneic Bone Compared to the Use of 100% Mineralized Cancellous Bone Allograft in Maxillary Sinus Grafting.  International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry. 33: 721-730, 2013.  doi: 10.11607/prd.1736

Froum S.J., Cho S.C., Rosenberg E., Wallace S., Froum S., Ricci J., Hu B., Bromage, T.G., Fickl S., Elian N., Corby P., Tarnow D., Mastra P., Rosen E., Khouly  I.E.  A histomorphometric Comparison of Bio-Oss Alone Versus Bio-Oss and Platelet-Derived Growth Factor for Sinus Augmentation: A Postsurgical Assessment.  International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry. 33: 269-279, 2013. 

McFarlin SC, Barks SK, Tocheri MW, Massey JS, Eriksen AB, Fawcett KA, Hof PR, Bromage TG, Mudakikwa A, Cranfield MR, Sherwood CC. Early Brain Growth Cessation In Wild Virunga Mountain Gorillas (Gorilla beringei beringei). American Journal of Primatology. 75: 450-463, 2013. 

Lacruz RS, Bermúdez de Castro JM, Martinón-Torres M, Paine ML, Carbonell E, Arsuaga JL, Bromage TG. Facial Morphogenesis of the Earliest Europeans.  PLoS ONE. 8:e65199-e65199, 2013. 

Bromage TG.  Exploring a new lifecycle.  International Innovation June: 118-120, 2012.

Bromage TG, Hogg RT, Lacruz RS, Hou C.  Primate enamel evinces long period biological timing and regulation of life history.  Journal of Theoretical Biology 305: 131-144, 2012.

Caufield PW, Li Y, Bromage TG.  Hypoplasia-Associated Severe Early Childhood Caries – A Proposed Definition.  Journal of Dental Research 91: 544-550, 2012.

Dirks W, Bromage TG, Agenbroad L D.  The duration and rate of molar plate formation in Palaeoloxodon cypriotes and Mammuthus columbi from dental histology.  Quarternary International 255: 79-85, 2012.

Lacruz RS, Ramirez Rozzi FV, Wood BA, Bromage TG. Molar development and crown areas in early AustralopithecusAmerican Journal of Physical Anthropology 148: 632-640, 2012. DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.22089.

Lacruz RS, Hacia JG, Bromage TG, Boyde A, Lei Y, Xu Y, Miller JJ, Paine ML, Snead ML.  The circadian clock modulates enamel development.  Journal of Biological Rhythms 27: 237-245, 2012.  DOI: 10.1177/0748730412442830

Lacruz RS, Smith CE, Moffatt P, Chang EH, Bromage TG, Bringas P Jr, Nanci A, Baniwal SK, Zabner J, Welsh MJ, Kurtz I, Paine ML.  Requirements for ion and solute transport, and pH regulation, during enamel maturation. Journal of Cellular Physiology 227: 1776–1785, 2012     

Huang Z, Kim J, Lacruz RS, Bringas P Jr, Glogauer M, Bromage TG, Kaartinen VM, Snead ML. Epithelial-specific knockout of the Rac1 gene leads to enamel defects. European Journal of Oral Sciences 119: 168–176, 2011.           

Denys C, Sandrock O, Kullmer O, Ramirez Rozzi F, Bromage TG, Schrenk F.  Note on the presence of Hystrix(Mammalia, Rodentia) in the Malawi Chiwondo Beds (Plio-Pleistocene): taphonomical and palaeoecological implications.  Geodiversitas 33: 729-738, 2011.

Kullmer O, Sandrock O, Kupczik K, Frost SR, Volpato V, Bromage TG, Schrenk F.  New Primate Remains from Mwenirondo, Chiwondo Beds in Northern Malawi.  Journal of Human Evolution 61: 617-623, 2011.

Chang EH, Lacruz RS, Bromage TG, Bringas P Jr, Welsh MJ, Zabner J, Paine ML.  Enamel Pathology Resulting From Loss Of Function In The Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Conductance Regulator in a Porcine Animal Model.  Cells Tissues Organs 194: 249-54, 2011. 

Holmes G, Bromage TG, Basilico C.  The Sox2 high mobility group transcription factor inhibits mature osteoblast function in transgenic mice.  Bone 49: 653-661, 2011. 

Yang J, Bromage TG, Zhao Q, Xu BH, Gao WL, Tian HF, Tang HJ, Liu DW, Zhao XQ.  Functional Evolution of Leptin of Ochotona curzoniae in Adaptive Thermogenesis Driven by Cold Environmental Stress. PloS One 6, e19833, 2011. 

Bromage TG, Juwayeyi YM, Smolyar I, Hu B, Gomez S, Scaringi VJ, Chavis S, Bondalapati P, Kaur K, Chisi J.  Signposts Ahead: Hard Tissue Signals on Rue Armand de Ricqlès.  Comptes rendus Palevol 10: 499–507, 2011.   

Bromage TG, Juwayeyi YM, Smolyar I, Hu B, Gomez S, Chisi J.  Enamel-Calibrated Lamellar Bone Reveals Long Period Growth Rate Variability in Humans  Cells Tissues Organs 194:124–130, 2011. 

Lacruz RS, Lakshminarayanan R, Bromley KM, Hacia JG, Bromage TG, Snead ML, Moradian-Oldak J, Paine ML. Structural Analysis of a Repetitive Protein Sequence Motif in Strepsirrhine Primate Amelogenin. PloS One 6, e18028, 2011.  

Fiorenza L, Benazzi S, Tausch J, Kullmer O, Bromage TG, Schrenk F.  Molar macrowear reveals Neanderthal eco-geographic dietary variation. PloS One 6, e14769, 2011. 

Kaiser TM, Seiffert C, Hertler C, Fiedler L, Schwartz HL, Frost SR, Giemsch L, Bernor RL, Wolf D, Semprebon G, Nelson SV, Schrenk F, Harvati K, Bromage TG, Saanane C.  Makuyuni, a new Lower Palaeolithic Hominid Site in Tanzania.  Mitt. hamb. zool. Mus. Inst. 106: 69-110, 2010.

Bromage TG, Lacruz RS, Hogg R, Goldman HM, McFarlin SC, Warshaw J, Dirk, W, Perez-Ochoa A, Smolyar I, Enlow DH, Boyde A.  Lamellar bone is an incremental tissue reconciling enamel rhythms, body size, and organismal life history.  Calcified Tissue International 84: 388-404, 2009. 

Bromage TG, Goldman HM, McFarlin SC, Perez-Ochoa A, Boyde A.  Confocal Scanning Optical Microscopy of a 3my Australopithecus afarensis Femur.  Scanning 31: 1-10, 2009. 

Bromage TG.  Coupled microbial and human systems: evidence for a relationship between infectious disease and gross national product.  Clinical Microbiology and Infection 15: 51-53, 2009. 

Lacruz RS, Dean MC, Ramirez-Rozzi F, Bromage TG.  Megadontia, Striae Periodicity, and Patterns of enamel secretion in Plio-Pleistocene Fossil Hominins. Journal of Anatomy 213: 148-158, 2008. 

Bromage TG, McMahon J, Thackeray JF, Kullmer O, Hogg R, Rosenberger AL, Schrenk F, Enlow DH.  Craniofacial architectural constraints and their importance for reconstructing the early Homo skull KNM-ER 1470.  Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry 33: 43-54, 2008. 

McFarlin SC, Terranova CJ, Zihlman AL, Enlow DH, Bromage TG.  Regional variability in secondary remodeling within long bone cortices of catarrhine primates: the influence of bone growth history.  Journal of Anatomy 213: 308-324, 2008.

Yeh N, Miller JP, Gaur T, Capellini TD, Nikolich-Zugich J, la Hoz C de, Selleri L, Bromage TG, van Wijnen AJ, Stein GS, Lian JB, Vidal A, Koff A.  Cooperation between p27 and p107 during endochondral ossification suggests a genetic pathway controlled by p27 and p130.  Molecular and Cellular Biology 27: 5161-5171, 2007. 

Bromage TG.  Letter to the Readers of ReES.  Economía de la Salud 5: 93, 2006.

Lacruz R Bromage TG.  Appositional enamel growth in molars of South African fossil hominids.  Journal of Anatomy209: 13-20, 2006. 

Lacruz R, Rozzi FR, Bromage TG.  Variation in enamel development of South African fossil hominids.  Journal of Human Evolution 51: 580-590, 2006. 

LeGeros RZ, Mijares D, Yao F, LeGeros JP, Bromage TG, La V, Xi Q, Tannous S, Kijkowska R.  Consequences of fluoride incorporation on properties of apatites.  Key Engineering Materials 6: 697-700, 2006. 

Lacruz R, Rozzi FR, Bromage TG.  Dental enamel hypoplasia, age at death, and weaning in the Taung child.  South African Journal of Science 101: 567-569, 2005.

Bromage TG, Perez-Ochoa A, Boyde A.  Portable confocal microscope reveals fossil hominid microstructure.  Microscopy and Analysis 19: 5-7, 2005. 

Ring U, Schwartz HL, Bromage TG, Sanaane C.  Kinematic and sedimentological evolution of the Manyara Rift in northern Tanzania, East Africa.  Geological Magazine 142: 355–368, 2005. 

Goldman HM, Thomas CDL, Clement JG, Bromage TG.  Relationships among microstructural properties of bone at the human mid-shaft femur.  Journal of Anatomy 206: 127-139, 2005.  

Kaiser TM, Fiedler L, Schrenk F, Schwartz HL, Bromage TG, Seiffert C, Saanane C, Kaletsch B, Arnhold S, Busch S, Hüser A, Junger B, Steinmaetz S, Stötzel K, Tschirschnitz C.  Makuyuni, eine neue altpaläolithische hominidenfundstelle in Tansania.  Jahrbuch des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums 52: 1-42, 2005.

Smolyar I, Bromage TG.  Discrete model of fish scale incremental pattern: a formalization of the 2D anisotropic structure.  ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 61: 992-1003, 2004.

Bromage TG, Goldman HM, McFarlin S, Warshaw J, Boyde A, Riggs C.  Circularly polarized light standards for investigations of collagen fiber orientation in bone.  Anatomical Record: The New Anatomist 274B: 157–168, 2003. 

Goldman HM, Bromage TG, Boyde A, Thomas CDL, Clement JG.  Intrapopulation Variability in Mineralization Density at the Human Femoral Mid-Shaft.  Journal of Anatomy 203: 243-255, 2003. 

Goldman HM, Bromage TG, Thomas CDL, Clement JG.  Preferred collagen fiber orientation at the human mid-shaft femur.  Anatomical Record 272A: 434-445, 2003. 

Schrenk F Kullmer O Sandrock O, Bromage TG.  Early Hominid diversity, age and biogeography of the Malawi-Rift.  Human Evolution 17: 113-122, 2002.

Bromage TG, Dirks W, Erdjument-Bromage H, Huck M, Kulmer O, Öne, R, Sandrock O, Schrenk F.  A life history and climate change solution to the evolution and extinction of insular dwarfs: A Cypriot experience.  In (Waldren WH, Ensenyat JA, Eds.) World Islands in Prehistory: International Insular Investigations V Deia Conference of Prehistory.  British Archeological Reports International Series 105: 420-427, 2002.

Kullmer O, Huck M, Engel K, Schrenk F Bromage TG.  Hominid Tooth Pattern Database (HOTPAD) derived from Optical 3D Topometry.  British Archeological Reports Series 1049: 71-82, 2002.

Schrenk F, Bromage TG, Kaessmann, H. Zurück zu den Wurzeln Die Frühzeit des Menschen: Zurück zu den Wurzeln.  Biologie in unserer Zeit 32: 352-359, 2002.

Arnaud SB, Buckendahl P, Bromage TG, Yamauchi M.  Bone biochemistry in rat femoral diaphysis after space flight.  Journal of Gravitational Physiology 7: 7-15, 2000.

Goldman HM, Blayas A, Boyde A, Howell PGT, Clement J, Bromage TG.  Correlative Light and Backscattered Electron Microscopy of Human Bone.  Part II: Automated Image Analysis.  Scanning 22: 337-344, 2000. 

Goldman HM, Bromage TG, Blayas A, David, TC.  Beauty is in the ‘eye’ of the beholder: morphology and color in analytical microscopy.  Scanning 22: 88-89, 2000.

Schrenk F, Bromage TG.  Der Hominiden-Korridor Südostafrikas.  Spektrum der Wissenshaft August: 46-53, 2000. 

Schrenk F, Bromage TG.  Corredor de homínidos en Africa sudoriental.  Investigación y Ciencia 291: 2000.

Chowdhury IG, Bromage TG.  Effects of fetal exposure to nicotine on dental development of the laboratory rat. Anatomical Record 258: 397-405, 2000. 

Kullmer O, Sandrock O, Schrenk F, Bromage TG.  The Malawi Rift: Biogeography, Ecology and Coexistance of Homoand ParanthropusAnthropologie 37: 221-231, 1999. 

Goldman HM, Kindsvater J, Bromage TG.  Correlative Light and Backscattered Electron Microscopy of Bone.  Part I: Specimen Preparation Methods.  Scanning 21: 40-43, 1999.

Kullmer O, Sandrock O Abel R, Schrenk F, Bromage TG, Juwayeyi YM.  The first Paranthropus from the Malawi Rift.  Journal of Human Evolution 37: 121-127, 1999.

Goldman HM, Bromage TG, Blayvas A.  Correlative light and backscattered electron microscopy of human bone using automated image analysis.  Scanning 20: 236-237, 1998. 

Bromage TG, Smolyar I, Doty SB, Holton E, Zuyev AN.  Bone growth rate and relative mineralization density during space flight.  Scanning 20: 238-239, 1998.

Bromage TG, Boyde A.  Intracortical remodeling and growth of the macaque mandible.  Scanning 20: 240, 1998.

Bromage TG, Goldman HM.  Specialised in bone loss and osteoporosis.  reSolution 97/2: 13, 1997. 

Bromage TG, Blayvas A, Goldman HM. Specimen preparation and analysis for combined light and backscattered electron imaging.  Scanning 19: 179-180, 1997. 

Rozzi FVR, Bromage TG, Schrenk F. UR 501, the Plio-Pleistocene hominid from Malawi.  Analysis of the microanatomy of the enamel.  C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris, Earth & Planetary Sciences 325: 231-234, 1997. 

Bromage TG, Schrenk F, Juwayeyi YM.  Palaeobiogeography of the Malawi Rift: Age and vertebrate palaeontology of the Chiwondo Beds, northern Malawi.  Journal of Human Evolution 28: 37-57, 1995.

Schrenk F, Bromage TG, Sandrock O, Gorthner A.  Paleoecology of the Malawi Rift: Vertebrate and invertebrate faunal contexts of the Chiwondo Beds, northern Malawi.  Journal of Human Evolution 28: 59-70, 1995.

Bromage TG, Schrenk F, Zonneveld FW.  Palaeoanthropology of the Malawi Rift: An early hominid mandible from the Chiwondo Beds, northern Malawi.  Journal of Human Evolution 28: 71-108, 1995.

Bromage TG, Schrenk F.  Biogeographic and climatic basis for a narrative of early hominid evolution.  Journal of Human Evolution 28: 109-114, 1995.

Kaiser T, Bromage TG, Schrenk F. Hominid Corridor Research Project update: New Pliocene localities at Lake Manyara and putative oldest Early Stone Age ocurrences at Laetoli (Upper Ndolanya Beds), northern Tanzania.  Journal of Human Evolution 28: 117-120, 1995.

McMahon JM, Boyde A, Bromage TG.  Pattern of collagen fiber orientation in the ovine calcaneal shaft and its relation to locomotor-induced strain.  Anatomical Record 242: 147-158, 1995. 

Schrenk F, Bromage TG, Betzler C, Ring U.  Oldest Homo and Pliocene biogeography of the Malawi Rift.  Nature, 365: 833-836, 1993.

Ring U, Betzler C, Bromage TG, Schrenk F, Gorthner A.  Tektonik und Kinematik des Malawi-Rifts (Ostafrika).  Frankfurter Geowissenschaftliche Arbeiten Serie A, 11: 293-294, 1992.

Schrenk F, Bromage TG, Gorthner A, Ring U.  Evolution and palaeoecology of the Malawi Rift (Central Africa).  Occasional Papers of the Antiquities Department, Malawi.  Vol. 1.  pp. 23-43, 1992. 

Bromage TG.  The ontogeny of Pan troglodytes craniofacial architectural relationships and implications for early hominids.  Journal of Human Evolution, 23: 235-251, 1992.

Bromage TG.  Faces from the past.  New Scientist, 1803: 38-41, 1992.

Bromage TG.  Enamel incremental periodicity in the Pigtailed Macaque: A polychrome fluorescent labeling study of dental hard tissues.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 86: 205-214, 1991.

Bromage TG.  Issues related to mineralized tissue biology in human evolutionary research.  Human Evolution 16: 165-175, 1991.

O’Higgins P, Bromage TG, Johnson DR, Moore WJ, McPhie P.  A study of facial growth in the Sooty Mangabey Cercocebus atysFolia Primatologica, 56: 86-94, 1991.

Bromage TG, Bermudez de Castro JM, Jalvo YF.  The SEM in taphonomic research and its application to studies of cutmarks generally and the determination of handedness specifically.  Anthropologie, 29: 163-169, 1991.

Bromage TG.  On the ontogenetic and phylogenetic origins of the human chin.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 83 263-265, 1990.

Bromage TG.  Developmental biology of early hominids: New perspectives for paleoanthropology.  Anthroquest 42: 23-26, 1990.

Mechanic GL, Arnaud SB, Boyde A, Bromage TG, Buckendahl P, Elliott JC, Katz EP, Durnova I.  Regional Distribution of mineral and matrix in the femurs of rats flown on Cosmos 1887 biosatellite.  FASEB 4: 34-40, 1990.

Bromage TG.  Ontogeny of the early hominid face.  Journal of Human Evolution 18: 751-773, 1989.

Mechanic GL, Arnaud SB, Boyde A, Buckendahl P, Bromage TG, Elliott JC, Katz EP, Durnova I.  Regional changes in mineral and matrix in rat femoral diaphysis after space flight.  Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 4:S407, 1989.

Bermudez de Castro JM, Bromage TG, Jalvo YF.  Buccal striations on fossil human anterior teeth: Evidence of handedness in the middle and early Upper Pleistocene.  Journal of Human Evolution 17: 403-412, 1988.

Bromage TG.  The biological and chronological maturation of early hominids.  Journal of Human Evolution 16: 257-272, 1987.

Bromage TG.  The scanning electron microscopy/replica technique and recent applications to the study of fossil bone.  Scanning Microscopy 1, 1987: 607-613, 1987.

Bromage TG, Schrenk F.  A cercopithecoid tooth from the Pliocene of Malawi.  Journal of Human Evolution 15: 497-500, 1986.

Dean MC, Stringer CB, Bromage TG.  Age at death of the Neanderthal child from Devil’s Tower, Gibraltar and the implications for studies of general growth and development in Neanderthals.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology70: 301-309, 1986.

Bromage TG, Schrenk F, Kaufulu ZM.  Plio-Pleistocene deposits in Malawi’s hominid corridor.  National Geographic Society Research Reports 21: 51-52, 1985.

Bromage TG, Dean MC.  Re-evaluation of the age at death of immature fossil hominids.  Nature 317: 525-527, 1985.

Bromage TG.  Systematic inquiry in tests of negative/positive replica combinations for SEM.  Journal of Microscopy137: 209-216, 1985.

Bromage TG, Boyde A.  Microscopic criteria for the determination of directionality of cutmarks on bone.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 65: 359-366, 1984.

Bromage TG.  Interpretation of scanning electron microscopic images of abraded forming bone surfaces.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 64: 161-178, 1984.

Bromage TG.  Mapping remodeling reversals with the aid of the scanning electron microscope.  American Journal of Orthodontics 81: 314-321, 1982.

Bromage TG, Shermis S.  The La Brea Woman (HC 1323): Descriptive analysis.  Occasional Papers of the Society for California Archeology 3: 59-75, 1981.

Bromage TG.  Osteoarthritis and its incidence and relationships to concave and convex surfaces.  Canadian Review of Physical Anthropology 3: 12-17, 1981.

Bromage TG, Horne PD, Zimmerman MR.  Stafne defect: A histological approach.  Paleopathology Newsletter 33: 7-9, 1981.

Bromage TG.  A brief review of cartilage and controlling factors in chondrocranial morphogenesis.  Acta Morphologica Neerlando-Scandinavica 18: 317-322, 1980.

 

Book Articles (most peer-reviewed)

Cerrito P, Naji S, Bromage TG.  Optimizing cementochronology variables, a preliminary test.  In (Naji S, Rendu W, Gourichon L, Eds) Dental Cementum in Anthropology.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  pp XX-XX, 2020.  In press.

Boyde A, Bromage TG.  Histology of dental hard tissues.  In (Zylberberg L, de Ricqlès A, Padian K, de Buffrenil V, Eds) Comparative Skeletal Histology and Paleohistology.  CRC Press: London.  pp XX-XX, 2020.  In press.

Bromage TG.  Hard tissue biology in human health and evolution. Part 3: Craniofacial Biology.  In (Nesse RM, Ed) Evolution and Medicine: How New Applications Advance Research and Practice, The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, Henry Stewart Talks Ltd, London (online at https://hstalks.com/t/4356/hard-tissue-biology-in-human-health-and-evolution-/?biosci), 2020. 

Galbany J, Twahirwa JC, Baiges-Sotos L, Kane EE, Tuyisingize D, Kaleme P, Rwetsiba A, Bitariho R, Cranfield MR, Bromage TG, Mudakikwa A, Stoinski TS , Robbins MM, McFarlin SC.  Dental macrowear in Catarrhine primates: variability across species.  In (Schmidt C, Watson, JT, Eds) Dental Wear In Evolutionary and Biocultural Contexts.  Academic Press: London.  Pp. 11-37, 2020.

Schrenk F, Bromage TG.  Origins of Hominin Biocultural Diversity.  In (Rupp N, Beck C, Franke G, Wendt KP, Eds) Winds of Change.  Verlag Dr. Rudolf Habelt GmbH: Bonn.  pp. 409-419, 2017.

Hogg RT, Bromage TG, Goldman HM, Katris JA, Clement JG.  the Havers-Halberg Oscillation and bone metabolism.  In (Percival CJ, Richsmeier JT, Eds.) Early Bone Development in Anthropology.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  pp. 254-280, 2017.   

Schrenk F, Kullmer O, Bromage TG.  The earliest putative Homo fossils.  In (Henke W, Rothe H, Tattersall I, Eds.) Handbook of Paleoanthropology. Vol 3: Phylogeny of Hominids.  Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.  pp. 1-19, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-27800-6_52-4.

Coehlo P, Bromage TG.  Challenges in engineering and testing of bioceramics.  In (Ferencz JF, Silva N, Navarro J, Eds) High-strength Ceramics: Interdisciplinary Perspectives.  Quintessence: São Paulo.  pp. 1-16, 2014. 

Schrenk F, Kullmer O, Bromage TG.  Earliest Homo.  In (Begun D, Ed) A Companion to Paleoanthropology, Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, MA.  pp. 480-496, 2013. 

Bromage TG, Werning S.  Image Standardization In Paleohistology.  In (Padian K, Lamm E-T, Eds) Bone Histology Of Fossil Tetrapods: Advancing Methods, Analysis, and Interpretation.    University of California Press: Berkeley.  pp. 161-175, 2013. 

Padian K, Boef Miara M de, Larsson HCE, Wilson L, Bromage TG. Research Applications and Integration.  In (Padian K, Lamm E-T, Eds) Bone Histology Of Fossil Tetrapods: Advancing Methods, Analysis, and Interpretation.  University of California Press: Berkeley.  pp. 265-285, 2013. 

Bromage TG.  Coupled microbial and human systems: The importance of complexity and integrative thinking.  In (Robertson, D et al, Eds) 2010 Symposium on Early Childhood Caries in American Indian and Alaska Native Children: Summary.  American Dental Association: Chicago.  pp. 10-11, 2011. 

Bromage TG, Boyde A.  Bone Growth Remodeling of the Early Human Face.  In (Enlow DH, Hans M, Eds) Essentials of Facial Growth.  Needham Press: Ann Arbor, MI.  pp 319-342, 2008.

Schrenk F, Kullmer O, Bromage TG.  The Earliest Putative Homo Fossils.  In (Henke W, Rothe H, Tattersall I, Eds.) Handbook of Paleoanthropology. Vol 3: Phylogeny of Hominids.  Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.  pp. 1611-1632, 2007. 

Sandrock O, Kullmer O, Schrenk F, Juwayeyi YM, Bromage TG.  Fauna, taphonomy and ecology of the plio-pleistocene chiwondo beds, northern Malawi.  In (Bobe R, Alemseged Z, Behrensmeyer AK, Eds) Hominin Environments in the East African Pliocene: An Assessment of the Faunal Evidence.  Springer: Dordrecht.  pp. 315-332, 2007. 

Bromage TG, Lacruz R, Perez-Ochoa A, Boyde A.  Portable confocal scanning optical microscopy of Australopithecus africanus enamel microstructure.  In (Bailey SE, Hublin J-J, Eds) Dental perspectives on human evolution: State of the art research in dental paleoanthropology.  Springer: Dordrecht, The Netherlands.  pp. 193-209, 2007. 

Bromage TG.  Hard tissue biology in human health and evolution.  Part 2: Bone Biology.  In (Nesse RM, Ed) Evolution and Medicine: How New Applications Advance Research and Practice, The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, Henry Stewart Talks Ltd, London (online at https://hstalks.com/t/3527/hard-tissue-biology-in-human-health-and-evolution-/?biosci), 2007. 

Bromage TG.  Hard tissue biology in human health and evolution. Part 1: Enamel Biology.  In (Nesse RM, Ed) Evolution and Medicine: How New Applications Advance Research and Practice, The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, Henry Stewart Talks Ltd, London (online at https://hstalks.com/t/156/hard-tissue-biology-in-human-health-and-evolution-/?biosci), 2007. 

Bromage TG.  Science networks and the future of integrative research.  In (Bromage TG, Vidal A, Aguirre E, Perez-Ochoa A, Eds).  Integrative Approaches to Human Health and Evolution.  Elsevier: Amsterdam.  pp. 160-174, 2006. 

Vidal A, Capellini TD, Yeh N, Selleri L, Koff A, Bromage TG.  Development and cancer: two sides of the same coin.  In (Bromage TG, Vidal A, Aguirre E, Perez-Ochoa A, Eds)  Integrative Approaches to Human Health and Evolution. Elsevier: Amsterdam.  pp 147-159, 2006. 

Bromage TG, Boyde A, Perez-Ochoa Real A.  Nuevas posibilidades en la investigación paleantropológica utilizando un microscopio confocal portátil.    In (Baquendano E, Ed) Miscelánea en Homenaje a Emiliano Aguirre, Volumen III, Paleoantropología.  Museo Arqueologico Regional: Madrid.  pp. 72-81, 2004. 

Hertler C, Schrenk F, Bromage TG.  Modelling in Palaeoanthropology: Reconstructing the development of paleospecies. In (Müller T, Müller H, Eds) Modelling In Natural Sciences: Design, Validation and Case Studeis.  Springer-Verlag: Berlin.  pp. 323-334, 2003.

Bromage TG, Boyde A, Perez-Ochoa A.  The Portable confocal microscope: Scanning optical microscopy anywhere.  In (Méndez-Vilas A, Ed) Science, Technology and Education of Microscopy: An Overview.  Formatex: Badajoz.  pp. 742-752, 2003.

Schrenk F, Bromage TG, Kaessmann H.  Die Frühzeit des Menschen.  In (vdbiol – Verband Deutscher Biologen und biowissenschaftlicher Fachgesellschaften, Ed) Wohin die Reise geht Lebenswissenschaften im Dialog.  Wiley-VCH: Weinheim.  pp. 94-101, 2002. 

Bromage TG.  Paleoanthropology and life history, and life history of a paleoanthropologist.  In (Peregrine PN, Ember CR Ember M, Eds) Physical Anthropology: Original Readings in Method and Practice.  Prentice Hall: New Jersey.  pp. 254-263, 2002. 

Bromage TG, Kriete A.  Complexity from microscopic to macroscopic scales: Coherence and large deviations.  In (Skjeltorp AT, Vicsek T, Eds) Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Vol. 63.  Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 2002

Sandrock O, Kullmer O, Schrenk F, Bromage TG. Biogeography of Homo and Paranthropus in the Malawi Rift.  In (Schultz M et al., Eds) Schnittstelle Mensch – Umwelt in Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft: Proceedings – 3. Kongress der GfA, S.  Cuvillier Verlag: Göttingen.  pp. 15-19, 2001. 

Rousseau CJ, Bromage TG.  Bone biology.  In (Delson E, Tattersall I, Van Couvering JA, Brooks AS, Eds) Encycolopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory.  Garland Pub.: New York.  pp. 135-137, 2000. 

Bromage TG.  Chiwondo Beds.  In (Delson E, Tattersall I, Van Couvering JA, Brooks AS, Eds) Encycolopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory.  Garland Pub.: New York.  pp. 177-178, 2000.

Bromage TG, Van Couvering, JA.  Climate change and human evolution.  In (Delson E, Tattersall I, Van Couvering JA, Brooks AS, Eds) Encycolopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory.  Garland Pub.: New York.  pp. 183-185, 2000.

Bromage TG.  Uraha.  In (Delson E, Tattersall I, Van Couvering JA, Brooks AS, Eds) Encycolopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory.  Garland Pub.: New York.  pp. 720-721, 2000.

Bromage TG, Schrenk F.  Searching for an Interdisciplinary Convergence in Paleoanthropology.  In (Bromage TG, Schrenk F, Eds) African Biogeography, Climate Change, and Early Hominid Evolution.  Oxford University Press: New York.  pp. 3-9, 1999.

Bromage TG.  Habitat specificity and early hominid craniodental ecomorphology.  In (Bromage TG, Schrenk F, Eds) African Biogeography, Climate Change, and Early Hominid Evolution.  Oxford University Press: New York.  pp. 364-368, 1999. 

Rozzi FR, Walker C, Bromage TG.  Early hominid dental development and climate change.  In (Bromage TG, Schrenk F, Eds) African Biogeography, Climate Change, and Early Hominid Evolution.  Oxford University Press: New York.  pp. 349-363, 1999.

Schrenk F, Bromage TG.  Climate change and survival strategies of early Homo and Paranthropus in the Malawi Rift.  In (Ullrich H, Ed) Hominid Evolution: Lifestyles and Survival Strategies.  Edition Archaea: Gelsenkirchen.  pp. 72-88, 1999.

Bromage TG.  Paleoanthropology and life history, and life history of a paleoanthropologist.  In (Ember CR, Ember M, Peregrine PN, Eds) Research Frontiers in Anthropology.  Prentice Hall: New Jersey.  pp. 41-54, 1997. 

Bromage TG, Hobby B.  Habitat specificity of the hominoid skeleton and early hominid ecomorphology.  Proceedings of Symposium no. 119 of the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.  pp. 1-31, 1995.

Yamachi M, Arnaud SB, Buckendahl P, Durnova G, Bromage TG, Mechanic G.  Collagen, cross-links, osteocalcin and mineral concentrations in the diaphysis of rat femurs.  In (P Connolly, RE Grindeland, RW Ballard, Eds) Final Reports of the U.S. Experiments Flown on the Soviet Biosatellite Cosmos 2044.  Volume 1: Mission Description, Experiments K-7-01 – K-7-15.  NASA Tech. Mem. 108802.  pp. 85-101, 1994. 

Betzler C, Ring U, Schrenk F, Bromage TG.  Plio/Pleistocene nearshore lacustrine record of Lake Malawi  (East Africa).   In (Thorweihe U, Schandelmeier H, Eds) Geoscientific Research in Northeast Africa.  Balkema: Rotterdam.  pp. 323-326, 1993.

Schrenk F, Bromage TG, Betzler C, Ring U.  The Malawi Rift and vertebrate palaeobiogeography of the African Rift Valley.  In (Thorweihe U, Schandelmeier H, Eds) Geoscientific Research in Northeast Africa.  Balkema: Rotterdam.  pp. 471 – 474, 1993.

Boyde A, Howell PGT, Bromage TG, Elliott JC, Riggs CM, Bell LS, Kneissel M, Reid SA, Jayasinghe JAP, Jones SJ.  Application of mineral quantitation of bone by histogram analysis of backscattered electron images.  In (Slavkin H, Price P, Eds.) Chemistry and Biology of Mineralized Tissues.  Elsevier Science Publishers: Amsterdam.  pp. 47-60, 1992.

Bromage TG.  Microstructural organization and biomechanics of the macaque circumorbital region.  In (Smith P, Tchernov E, Eds.) Structure, Function and Evolution of Teeth.  Freund Publishing House: London.  pp. 257-272, 1992.

Bromage TG.  Early hominid development and life history.  In (DeRousseau CJ, Ed.) Primate Life History and Evolution.  Wiley-Liss: New York.  pp. 105-113, 1990.

Elliott JC, Bromage TG, Anderson P, Davis G, Dover SD.  Application of X-ray microtomography to the study of dental hard tissues.  In (Fearnhead RW, Ed.) Tooth Enamel V.  Florence Publishers: Tsurumi.  pp. 429-433, 1989.

Bermudez de Castro JM, Bromage TG, Jalvo YF.  El MEB y la tecnica de replicas aplicados en paleontologia humana y tafonomia.  In (Aguirre E, Ed.) Nuevas Tendencias Paleontologia.  C.S.I.C.: Madrid.  pp. 161-178, 1989.

Bromage TG.  Taung facial remodeling: A growth and development study.  In (Tobias PV, Ed.) Hominid Evolution: Past, Present, and Future.  Alan R. Liss: New York.  pp. 239-245, 1985.

  

Books and Monographs

Schrenk F, Bromage TG, Anthoni S.  Adam’s Ancestors in Malawi.  Society of Malawi Publishers: Blantyre.  pp. 1-129 (ISBN: 978-99908-36-17-2), 2012.

Bromage TG, Vidal A, Aguirre E, Perez-Ochoa A (Eds)  Integrative Approaches to Human Health and Evolution Elsevier: Amsterdam.  (International Congress Series No. 1296 ISBN: 978-0-444-52860-5 / 0-444-52860-1 ISSN: 0531-5131) , 2006. 

Schrenk F, Bromage TG.  Adams Eltern – Expeditionen in die Welt der Frühmenschen.  C.H. Beck: München. (German & Korean editions ISBN: 3-406-48615-0), 2002.

Bromage TG, Schrenk F. (Eds).  African Biogeography, Climate Change, and Early Hominid Evolution.  Oxford University Press: New York. (ISBN: 0-195-11437-X), 1999.

Bromage TG, Schrenk F (Eds).  Evolutionary History of the Malawi Rift.  Journal of Human Evolution, Vol. 28, pp. 1-120, 1995. 

 

Other Publications

Doctoral Thesis

Bromage TG.  A Comparative Scanning Electron Microscope Study of Facial Growth and Remodeling in Early Hominids.  Ph.D. Thesis, University of Toronto, 1986.

Dr. Sasan Rabieh

>> Entwicklung von Methoden und Analysetechniken zur Elementspeziation (unter Verwendung von beispielsweise HPLC-ICP-MS) und Gesamtelementanalyse (unter Verwendung von z.B. ICP-MS) in verschiedenen Proben;

>> LA-ICP-MS: Methodenentwicklung zur Beurteilung von Elementgehalten/ Mapping und Isotopenverhältnis in verschiedenen Feststoffproben, z.B. Zähne, Knochen, Gewebe usw.

>> Nanomaterialien/ Nanokompositen: Synthese, Charakterisierung und deren Anwendungen;

>> Zytotoxizität: Zelluläre Aufnahme und in vitro Toxizität von verschiedenen Chemikalien, z.B. in menschlichen Urothelzellen und Hepatozyten.

seit 2020         Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung (SGN), Frankfurt am Main

seit 2017         wiss. Mitarbeiter, New York University (NYU), New York, NY

2011 – 2016    Assistenzprofessor, Fachbereich Chemie, Universität Shahid Beheshti, Tehran/ College of Environment, Karaj, Iran

2009 – 2011 Postdoktorand & Akademischer Rat, Umweltgeochemie, Fakultät für Biologie, Chemie und Geowissenschaften, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth

2007 – 2009    Projektleiter, Abteilung Chemie, Matís, Reykjavík, Island

2007    Promotion in Analytische Chemie, Institut für Umweltanalytik, Fakultät für Chemie, Universität Duisburg-Essen (Campus Essen). Dissertationsschrift: “Arsenic speciation in biological samples using high performance liquid chromatography coupled to inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (HPLC-ICP-MS) and Investigation of cellular uptake capabilities of arsenicals in different cell lines”. (Betreuer: Professor Dr. Alfred V. Hirner).

Publikationen (ausgewählt)

  • Pacheco, M., Ricci, J.L., Mijares, D., Bromage, T.G., Rabieh, S., Coelho, P.G., Witek, L. (2021). Comparative in vitro Study of 3D Printed Mesoporous Bioactive Glass, Bioglass 45S5, and β-TCP Scaffolds. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. Part B Appl. Biomater., (submitted).
  • Rabieh, S., Bayaraa, O., Romeo, E., Amosa, P., Calnek, K., Idaghdour, Y., Goldstein, G., Bromage, T.G. (2020). MH-ICP-MS Analysis of the Freshwater and Saltwater Environmental Resources of Upolu Island, Samoa. Molecules, 25, 4871.
  • Mohammadian Fard, Z., Bagheri, M., Rabieh, S., Zavvar-Mousavi, H. (2020). Efficient visible-light-driven core shell-structured ZnS@Ag2S nanoparticles‐anchored reduced graphene oxide for reduction of Cr(VI). N. J. Chem., 44, 14670-14678.
  • Li, Y., Liu, Y., Psoter, W.J., Nguyen, O.M., Bromage, T.G., Walters, A.M., Hu, B., Rabieh, S., Kumararaja, F.C. (2019). Assessment of silver penetration in carious lesions of deciduous teeth. Caries Res., 53, 431-440.
  • Crystal, Y.O., Rabieh, S., Janal, M.N., Rasamimari, S., Bromage, T.G. (2019). Silver and fluoride content and short-term stability of 38% silver diamine fluoride. JADA, 150, 140-146.
  • Bäuchle, M., Lüdecke, T., Rabieh, S., Calnek, K., Bromage, T.G. (2018). Quantification of 71 detected elements from Li to U for aqueous samples by simultaneous-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry. RSC Adv., 8, 37008-37020.
  • Mohammadian Fard, Z., Bagheri, M., Zavvar-Mousavi, H., Rabieh, S. (2018). Plasmonic Ag/Ag2O nanoparticles anchored needle-like Bi2O3 as an efficient visible-light-driven nanocomposite photocatalyst. Mater. Res. Bull., 101, 311-318.
  • Mohammadian Fard, Z., Bagheri, M., Rabieh, S., Zavvar-Mousavi, H. (2017). Synthesis of hierarchical RGO@Cu2O@Cu nanocomposites: optimization of photocatalytic degradation of Direct Orange 39 using a response surface methodology. J. Mater. Sci.: Mater. Electron., 28, 9618-9626.
  • Rabieh, S., Nassimi, K., Bagheri, M. (2016). Clew-like hierarchical ZnO nanostructure assembled by nanosheets as an efficient photocatalyst for degradation of azure B. J. Mater. Sci.: Mater. Electron., 27, 10052-10058.
  • Rabieh, S., Nassimi, K., Bagheri, M. (2016). Synthesis of hierarchical ZnO-reduced graphene oxide nanocomposites with enhanced adsorption-photocatalytic performance. Mater. Lett., 162, 28-31.
  • Rabieh, S., Bagheri, M., Heydari M., Badiei, E. (2014). Microwave assisted synthesis of ZnO nanoparticles in ionic liquid [Bmim]Cl and their photocatalytic investigation. Mater. Sci. Semicon. Proc., 26, 244-250.
  • Rabieh, S., Bagheri, M. (2014). Effect of ionic liquid [C4mim]Cl on morphology of nanosized-zinc oxide. Mater. Lett., 122, 190-192.
  • Rabieh, S., Bagheri, M., Planer-Friedrich, B. (2013). Speciation of arsenite and arsenate by electrothermal AAS following ionic liquid dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction. Microchim. Acta, 180, 415-421.
  • Bagheri, M., Rabieh, S. (2013). Preparation and characterization of cellulose-ZnO nanocomposite based on ionic liquid ([C4mim]Cl). Cellulose, 26, 699-705.
  • Reykdal, O., Rabieh, S., Steingrimsdottir, L., Gunnlaugsdottir H. (2011). Minerals and trace elements in Icelandic dairy products and meat. J. Food Compos. Anal., 27, 980-986.
  • Halatek, T., Sinczuk-Walczak, H., Rabieh, S., Wasowicz, W. (2009). Association between occupational exposure to arsenic and neurological, respiratory and renal effects. Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol., 239, 193-199.
  • Rabieh, S., Hirner, A. V., Matschullat, J. (2008). Determination of arsenic species in human urine using high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled with inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS). J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 23, 544-549.
  • von Recklinghausen, U., Hartmann, L. M., Rabieh, S., Hippler, J., Hirner, A. V., Rettenmeier, A.W., Dopp, E. (2008). Methylated bismuth, but not bismuth citrate or bismuth glutathione induces cyto- and genotoxic effects in human cells in vitro. Chem. Res. Toxicol., 21, 1219-1228.
  • von Recklinghausen, U., Hartmann, L. M., Pollok, I., Rabieh, S., Hao, L., Stueckradt, I., Nussler, A., Katier, C., Hirner, A. V., Rettenmeier, A. W., Dopp, E. (2008). Subcellular distribution of anorganic and methylated arsenic compounds in human urothelial cells and human hepatocytes. Drug Metab. Dispos., 36, 971-979.
  • Dopp, E., Hartmann, L. M., von Recklinghausen, U., Florea, A. M., Rabieh, S., Hirner, A. V., Obe, G., Rettenmeier, A. W. (2007). The cyto- and genotoxicity of organotin compounds is dependent on the cellular uptake capability. Toxicology, 232, 226-234.
  • Dopp, E., Hartmann, L. M., von Recklinghausen, U., Rabieh, S., Hirner, A. V., Rettenmeier, A. W. (2006). Methylation, oxidation state and membrane permeability determine toxicity of arsenic compounds. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg’s Arch. Pharmacol., 372, 115.
  • Dopp, E., Hartmann, L. M., von Recklinghausen, U., Stueckradt, I., Pollok, I., Rabieh, S., Hirner, A. V., Rettenmeier, A. W. (2006). Uptake, subcellular distribution and toxicity of arsenic species in methylating and nonmethylating human cells. Toxicol. Lett., 164(Suppl 1), S260.
  • Dopp, E., Hartmann, L. M., Florea, A. M., von Recklinghausen, U., Rabieh, S., Hirner, A. V., Rettenmeier, A. W. (2006). Trimethylantimony dichloride causes genotoxic effects in China hamster ovary cells after forced uptake. Toxicol. in Vitro, 20(6), 1060-1065.
  • Dopp, E., Hartmann, L. M., von Recklinghausen, U., Florea, A. M., Rabieh, S., Zimmermann, U., Yadav, S., Hirner, A. V., Rettenmeier, A. W. (2005). Forced uptake of trivalent and pentavalent methylated and inorganic arsenic and its cyto-/genotoxicity in fibroblasts and hepatoma cells. Toxicolo. Sci., 87, 46-56.