Mateusz Wosik earned a B.Sc. in Biology from Elmhurst College in Illinois. Mateusz examined hadrosaurid dinosaur diversity in the Kirtland Formation of the San Juan Basin, New Mexico for his undergraduate research project based on specimens collected by Charles H. Sternberg in the early 1920’s. For his M.Sc. research, Mateusz is investigating bone histology, growth patterns, and preservation patterns in duckbilled dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous of North America. He is also interested in the comparative anatomy of fossil vertebrates and their evolution of structural and functional development in response to the environment and with relation to migration patterns, extinction mechanics, provinciality, and the appearance of transitional forms.
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Guenther, M., McCarthy, S., and Wosik, M. New evidence for hatchling and juvenile hadrosaurids in the San Juan Basin, New Mexico. Geological Society of America – North-Central Section 47th Annual Meeting. May 2-3, 2013.
Guenther, M., Wosik, M., and McCarthy, S. Refining hadrosaurid diversity in the San Juan Basin through the reexamination of historic specimens. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book, 2012
Guenther, M., Wosik, M., and McCarthy, S. Adding to hadrosaurid diversity in New Mexico through the reexamination of a historic collection. Hadrosaur Symposium. Sept. 22-23, 2011.