Professor Dennis Slice, this year’s recipient of the Rohlf Medal for Excellence in Morphometric Methods and Applications, was honored at his alma mater, Stony Brook, with Slice giving the keynote at the Provost’s Lecture Series. Slice’s presentation was entitled, “An Unexpected Journey: A Curious Career in Shape Analysis.” Presented every two years to distinguished members of the morphometrics community, the Rohlf Medal is bestowed for outstanding work on the development of new morphometric methods or applications in biomedical sciences.

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