Shahed Nalla
Shahed Nalla
Associate Professor (Human Anatomy), Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Johannesburg
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Homo naledi, a new species of the genus Homo from the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa
LR Berger, J Hawks, DJ de Ruiter, SE Churchill, P Schmid, LK Delezene, ...
elife 4, e09560, 2015
Mosaic Morphology in the Thorax of Australopithecus sediba
P Schmid, SE Churchill, S Nalla, E Weissen, KJ Carlson, DJ de Ruiter, ...
Science 340 (6129), 1234598, 2013
The vertebrae and ribs of Homo naledi
SA Williams, D Garcia-Martinez, M Bastir, MR Meyer, S Nalla, J Hawks, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 104, 136-154, 2017
The Mosaic Nature of Australopithecus sediba
LR Berger
Science 340 (6129), 163-165, 2013
Incidence of the coracoclavicular joint in South African populations.
S Nalla, R Asvat
Journal of anatomy 186 (Pt 3), 645, 1995
3D geometric morphometric analysis of variation in the human lumbar spine
S Lois Zlolniski, N Torres‐Tamayo, D García‐Martínez, E Blanco‐Pérez, ...
American journal of physical anthropology 170 (3), 361-372, 2019
The Vertebrae, Ribs, and Sternum of Australopithecus sediba
SA Williams, MR Meyer, S Nalla, D García-Martínez, TK Nalley, J Eyre, ...
PaleoAnthropology 2018, 156 - 233, 2018
Rib cage anatomy in Homo erectus suggests a recent evolutionary origin of modern human body shape
M Bastir, D García-Martínez, N Torres-Tamayo, CA Palancar, B Beyer, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 4 (9), 1178-1187, 2020
Prevalence of anatomic variations of the atlas vertebra
JA Sanchis-Gimeno, S Llido, M Perez-Bermejo, S Nalla
The Spine Journal 18 (11), 2102-2111, 2018
A new species of fox from the Australopithecus sediba type locality, Malapa, South Africa
A Hartstone-Rose, BF Kuhn, S Nalla, L Werdelin, LR Berger
Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa 68 (1), 1-9, 2013
The torso integration hypothesis revisited in Homo sapiens: Contributions to the understanding of hominin body shape evolution
N Torres‐Tamayo, D García‐Martínez, S Nalla, A Barash, SA Williams, ...
American journal of physical anthropology 167 (4), 777-790, 2018
Eco‐geographic adaptations in the human ribcage throughout a 3D geometric morphometric approach
D García‐Martínez, S Nalla, MT Ferreira, RA Guichón, ...
American journal of physical anthropology 166 (2), 323-336, 2018
Anatomical variation of the Dorsalis pedis artery in a South African population – A Cadaveric Study
AK S. Ntuli, S. Nalla
The Foot 35 (June 2018), 16-27, 2018
Geometric morphometric studies in the human spine
M Bastir, N Torres-Tamayo, CA Palancar, S Lois-Zlolniski, ...
Spinal evolution: Morphology, function, and pathology of the spine in …, 2019
Retrotransverse foramen of the atlas: prevalence and bony variations
J Sanchis-Gimeno, E Blanco-Perez, M Perez-Bermejo, S Llido-Torrent, ...
European Spine Journal 27, 1272–1277, 2018
New fossils of Australopithecus sediba reveal a nearly complete lower back
SA Williams, TC Prang, MR Meyer, TK Nalley, R Van Der Merwe, ...
eLife 2021 (10), e70447, 2021
Can the transverse foramen/vertebral artery ratio of double transverse foramen subjects be a risk for vertebrobasilar transient ischemic attacks?
JA Sanchis‐Gimeno, E Blanco‐Perez, S Llido, M Perez‐Bermejo, S Nalla, ...
Journal of Anatomy 233 (3), 341-346, 2018
The Decreasing Prevalence of the Arcuate Foramen
NS Sanchis-Gimeno JA, Llido S, Miquel-Feutch M, Quiles-Guinau L, Rios L ...
World Neurosurgery 110, 521-525, 2018
Hominin Postcranial Remains from Sterkfontein, South Africa, 1936-1995
B Zipfel, BG Richmond, CV Ward
Oxford University Press, 2020
A hominin first rib discovered at the Sterkfontein Caves, South Africa
Gaokgatlhe Tawane, Daniel García-Martínez, Jennifer Eyre, Markus Bastir, Lee ...
South African Journal of Science 112 (5/6), 2016
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