Gail Elliott, PhD

Assistant Professor
Department of Neuroscience and Cell Biology

Phone: (732) 235-4935
Office: 675 Hoes Lane West, Piscataway, NJ 08854

Research Interests: 
Human skeletal and dental growth and development as well as best teaching practices for gross anatomy in medical school.

Selected Publications:

Snoddy, A., Elliott, G.E., Buckley, H., Standen, V., Arriaza, B.T., and Halcrow, S., (2018) Macroscopic features of scurvy in human skeletal remains: A literature synthesis and diagnostic guide. American Journal of Physical Anthropology: 167(4): 876-895.

King, C.L., Halcrow, S.E., Millard, A.R., Snoddy, A-M, E., Scott, R. M., Elliott, G.E., Buckley, H.R., Standen, V.G., and Arriaza, B.T., (2017) Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings: Breastfeeding and weaning in the past. In., Anthropologies of Breastfeeding: Producing New Conversations, C. Tomori, A. Palmquist, and E. Quinn (editors). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, Chapter 11: pp.155-169.

Halcrow, S. E., Tayles, N., and Elliott, G. E. (2017). The bioarchaeology of fetuses. In S. Han, T. K. Betsinger, & A. B. Scott (Eds.), The Fetus: Biology, Culture, and Society. (pp. 83-111). Berghahn Books.

Elliott, G.E., and Martin, A.H., (2012), Congenital Absence of the Right Coronary Artery: A Case Study. International Journal of Anatomical Variation (IJAV); 5: 120-126.