Sheila N. Patek, Ph.D.

Duke University, Durham, NC 
"Sheila Patek"
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Elizabeth L. Brainerd research assistant 1994-1995 U Mass Amherst (Biomechanics Tree)
Stephen Nowicki grad student 2001 Duke
 (Signal -producing morphology and the evolution of palinurid lobster acoustic communication.)


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Lauren Shipp research assistant 2005-2006 UC Berkeley
David G. Matthews research assistant 2011-2013 U Mass Amherst (Biomechanics Tree)
Rachel L Crane research assistant 2013-2015 Duke (Biomechanics Tree)
Jacob S. Harrison grad student 2016- Duke (Biomechanics Tree)
Maya S. deVries grad student 2005-2012 UC Berkeley (Marine Ecology Tree)
Michael V Rosario grad student 2010-2015 Duke
Michael V Rosario grad student 2013-2015 Duke
Sarah J. Longo post-doc 2017- Duke (Biomechanics Tree)
Crystal M Reynaga post-doc 2018- Duke (Biomechanics Tree)
Philip S. Anderson post-doc 2013-2015 Duke (Biomechanics Tree)
Martha M. Muñoz post-doc 2015-2017 Duke (Evolution Tree)
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Divi S, Ma X, Ilton M, et al. (2020) Latch-based control of energy output in spring actuated systems. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface. 17: 20200070
Sutton GP, Mendoza E, Azizi E, et al. (2020) Corrigendum to: Why do Large Animals Never Actuate Their Jumps with Latch Mediated Springs? Because They can Jump Higher Without Them. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 60: 1567
Ilton M, Cox SM, Egelmeers T, et al. (2019) The effect of size-scale on the kinematics of elastic energy release. Soft Matter
Sutton GP, Mendoza E, Azizi E, et al. (2019) Why don't large animals exclusively use springs to jump? Because they can jump higher without them. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Longo SJ, Cox SM, Azizi E, et al. (2019) Beyond power amplification: latch-mediated spring actuation is an emerging framework for the study of diverse elastic systems. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 222
Farley GM, Wise MJ, Harrison JS, et al. (2019) Adhesive latching and legless leaping in small, worm-like insect larvae. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 222
Green PA, McHenry MJ, Patek SN. (2019) Context-dependent scaling of kinematics and energetics during contests and feeding in mantis shrimp. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Crane RL, Cox SM, Kisare SA, et al. (2018) Smashing mantis shrimp strategically impact shells. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 221
Ilton M, Bhamla MS, Ma X, et al. (2018) The principles of cascading power limits in small, fast biological and engineered systems. Science (New York, N.Y.). 360
Patek SN, Longo SJ. (2018) Evolutionary Biomechanics: The Pathway to Power in Snapping Shrimp. Current Biology : Cb. 28: R115-R117
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