Dr. Brooke Dubansky
Comparative Biomedical Sciences (CBS)

Teaching Interests:
Veterinary Anatomy and Histology

Research Interests:
Reptile integument morphology and evolution, osteoderm development and evolution, and heterotopic ossification.

  • PhD Louisiana State University
  • BS Louisiana State University
Journal Article, Academic Journal:
  • Arterial wall thickening normalizes arterial wall tension with growth in American alligators, Alligator mississippiensis, Filogonio, Renato; Dubansky, Benjamin ; Dubansky, Brooke; Leite, Cleo; Wang, Tobias; Crossley, Dane; Elsey, Ruth, 2021, Journal of Comparative Physiology B , Volume: 191, Pages: 553-562
  • Underlying ossification phenotype in a murine model of metastatic synovial sarcoma, Kirkham, Matthew; Kalivas, Austen; Fatema, Kaniz; Luelling, Sarah; Dubansky, Brooke; Dubansky, Benjamin; Jones, Kevin; Barrott, Jared, 2020, International Journal of Molecular Sciences , Volume: 21, Number: 7, Pages: 2636
  • A review of alligator and snake skin morphology and histotechnical preparations, Dubansky, Brooke; Close, Matthew, 2019, Journal of Histotechnology , Volume: 42, Number: 1, Pages: 31-51
  • Comparison of diabetic nephropathy between male and female eNOS-/-db/db mice, Ma, Yuhong; Li, Weizu; Shotorbani, Parisa; Dubansky, Brooke; Huang, Linjing; Chaudhari, Sarika; Wu, Peiwen; Wang, Lei; Ryou, Myoung-Gwi; Zhou, Zhengyang; Ma, Rong, 2019, American Journal of Physiology Renal Physiology , Volume: 316, Number: 5, Pages: F889-F897
  • Natural development of dermal ectopic bone in the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) resembles heterotopic ossification disorders in humans, Dubansky, Brooke; Dubansky, Benjamin, 2018, The Anatomical Record , Volume: 301, Number: 1, Pages: 56-76
  • A registration algorithm for the identification of individual parrots based on patterns of filing ridges on the internal surface of the upper bill tip, Redd, Thomas; Dubansky, Brooke; Osborn, Michelle; Tully, Thomas; Homberger, Dominique, 2012, International Journal of Biometrics and Bioinformatics , Volume: 6, Number: 3, Pages: 68-91