Stephanie has a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Johns Hopkins University. Her interests include functional morphology, mammals, tooth and cranial morphology, biomechanics of feeding, geometric morphometrics, and faunal turnover. She advanced to PhD candidacy in May of 2014. Her research, which has been funded by the American Philosophical Society and the American Society of Mammalogists, is on mammalian biotic recovery and dental ecomorphology following the K-T extinction event. Check out her page.