Michael Berthaume
Michael Berthaume
Division of Mechanical Engineering and Design, London South Bank University
Verified email at lsbu.ac.uk
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In vivo bone strain and finite‐element modeling of the craniofacial haft in catarrhine primates
CF Ross, MA Berthaume, PC Dechow, J Iriarte‐Diaz, LB Porro, ...
Journal of Anatomy 218 (1), 112-141, 2011
Viewpoints: diet and dietary adaptations in early hominins: the hard food perspective
DS Strait, P Constantino, PW Lucas, BG Richmond, MA Spencer, ...
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 151 (3), 339-355, 2013
The Feeding Biomechanics and Dietary Ecology of Paranthropus boisei
AL Smith, S Benazzi, JA Ledogar, K Tamvada, LC Pryor Smith, GW Weber, ...
The Anatomical Record 298 (1), 145-167, 2015
The effect of early hominin occlusal morphology on the fracturing of hard food items
M Berthaume, IR Grosse, ND Patel, DS Strait, S Wood, BG Richmond
The Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary …, 2010
Food mechanical properties and dietary ecology
MA Berthaume
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 159, 79-104, 2016
Mechanical evidence that Australopithecus sediba was limited in its ability to eat hard foods
JA Ledogar, AL Smith, S Benazzi, GW Weber, MA Spencer, KB Carlson, ...
Nature Communications 7 (1), 1-9, 2016
Probabilistic finite element analysis of a craniofacial finite element model
MA Berthaume, PC Dechow, J Iriarte-Diaz, CF Ross, DS Strait, Q Wang, ...
Journal of Theoretical Biology 300, 242-253, 2012
How does tooth cusp radius of curvature affect brittle food item processing?
MA Berthaume, ER Dumont, LR Godfrey, IR Grosse
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10 (84), 20130240, 2013
Tooth cusp sharpness as a dietary correlate in great apes
MA Berthaume
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153 (2), 226-235, 2014
Dental topography and the diet of Homo naledi
MA Berthaume, LK Delezene, K Kupczik
Journal of human evolution 118, 14-26, 2018
What did Hadropithecus eat, and why should paleoanthropologists care?
LR Godfrey, BE Crowley, KM Muldoon, EA Kelley, SJ King, AW Best, ...
American journal of primatology 78 (10), 1098-1112, 2016
The effects of relative food item size on optimal tooth cusp sharpness during brittle food item processing
MA Berthaume, ER Dumont, LR Godfrey, IR Grosse
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 11 (101), 20140965, 2014
Functional implications of squamosal suture size in paranthropus boisei
C Dzialo, SA Wood, M Berthaume, A Smith, ER Dumont, S Benazzi, ...
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153 (2), 260-268, 2014
Fabella prevalence rate increases over 150 years, and rates of other sesamoid bones remain constant: a systematic review
MA Berthaume, E Di Federico, AMJ Bull
Journal of anatomy 235 (1), 67-79, 2019
Extant ape dental topography and its implications for reconstructing the emergence of early Homo
MA Berthaume, K Schroer
Journal of human evolution 112, 15-29, 2017
On the relationship between tooth shape and masticatory efficiency: A finite element study
MA Berthaume
The Anatomical Record 299 (5), 679-687, 2016
Integrating biological and engineering ontologies
JD McPherson, IR Grosse, S Krishnamurty, JC Wileden, ER Dumont, ...
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and …, 2013
Functional and evolutionary consequences of cranial fenestration in birds
SWS Gussekloo, MA Berthaume, DR Pulaski, I Westbroek, JH Waarsing, ...
Evolution 71 (5), 1327-1338, 2017
Skeletal immaturity, rostral sparing, and disparate hip morphologies as biomechanical causes for Legg‐Calvé‐Perthes' disease
MA Berthaume, DC Perry, CA Dobson, U Witzel, NM Clarke, MJ Fagan
Clinical anatomy 29 (6), 759-772, 2016
Human biological variation in sesamoid bone prevalence: the curious case of the fabella
MA Berthaume, AMJ Bull
Journal of anatomy 236 (2), 228-242, 2020
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