2012 Buehler Calendar-
Thin-section slide of Tyrannosaurus rex fibula (lower leg bone) under polarized light showing the development of osteons - columns of bony tissue deposited around a vascular canal - that are actively remodeling a previously avascular region of bone tissue. The marrow cavity is visible at the bottom of the image and is infilled with calcite.
At the awards ceremony at the 2009 American Society for Cell Biology Conference in San Diego. Honorable Mention for image of Triceratops parietal (formerly referred to Torosaurus.)
Microstructure of the upper jaw of Tyrannosaurus rex with a tooth in the process of erupting.
Thin section of a juvenile Lambeosaurus dorsal rib with calcite crystals infilling the vascular and marow spaces of the bone viewed with polarized light and wave plate.
MSA Micrograph Competition, Runner Up - Hatchling baby Maiasaura limb bone showing calcified cartilage and the beginning of primary bone formation.
Microstructure of a bone fragment from a duck-billed dinosaur (Maiasaura) showing dense Haversian bone development.
MSA Micrograph Competition, First Place - Tyrannosaurus rex bone under polarized light.