Congdon School of Health Sciences
Exercise Science

James D. Pampush, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Norcross Graduate School

Ph.D. – Anthropology, University of Florida
M.S. – Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
B.S. – Anthropology, The Ohio State University


  • PAS 5101 — Gross Anatomy
  • ATR 5000 – Gross Anatomy
  • ANA 2070 – Human Anatomy

Select Publications

  • Pampush, JD; Spradley, JP, Harrington, AR; Morse, PE; Allen, KL; Boyer, DM; Kay, RF; (2016) “Wear and its effects on dental topography measures in howling monkeys.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology Vol. 161(4):705-721
  • Pampush, JD; Winchester, JM; Morse, PE; Vining, AQ; Boyer, DM; Kay, RF; (2016) “Introducing molaR: A new R package for topographic analysis of teeth (and other topographic surfaces).” Journal of Mammalian Evolution Vol. 23(4):397-412
  • Pampush, JD; Daegling, DJ; (2016) “The enduring puzzle of the human chin” Evolutionary Anthropology Vol. 25(1):20-35
  • Pampush, JD; Daegling, DJ; (2016) “Symphyseal surface strain during in vitro human mandibular wishboning.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology Vol. 158(2):256-266
  • Pampush, JD; (2015) “Selection played a role in the evolution of the human chin.” Journal of Human Evolution Vol. 82:127-136


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