Tim Strickler

Tim Strickler

Professor Biomedical Science Department 230 Padnos Hall Allendale, Michigan 49401 Phone: 616-331-3406
Fax: 616-331-2090
email: stricklt@gvsu.edu OFFICE HOURS:
See available times here,
or by appointment Visiting Professor of Anatomy St. Georges University School of Medicine Grenada

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EDUCATION/TRAINING



RESEARCH INTERESTS
Functional Morphology of mammals with emphasis on bats
Ecology and behavior of nector-feeding bats in Papua New Guinea

PUBLICATIONS
Strickler, T.L., 1973, The Functional Morphology of the Pectoral Girdle Muscles in the Chiroptera. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Chicago. Murray, P.F. and T.L. Strickler, 1975, Notes on the structure and function of cheek pouches in the Chiroptera, Journal of Mammalogy. Vol. 56, No.3. Strickler, T.L., 1978, Functional Osteology and Myology of the Shoulder in the Chiroptera, Contributions to Vertebrate Evolution. Vol. 4, 5. Karger, Basel. Strickler, T.L., 1978, Allometric relationships among the shoulder muscles in the Chiroptera, Journal of Mammalogy. 59(1): 36-45. Strickler, T.L.,__ 1978, Myology of the Shoulder, of Pontoporia blainvillei. Including a Review of the Literature on Shoulder Morphology in the Cetacea, American Journal of Anatomy. 152(3): 419-431. Strickler, T.L., 1978, A technique for electromyographic study of unrestrained locomotion in small mammals using radiotelemetry, Bat Research News. 19(2): 47-49. Strickler, T.L., 1980, Downstroke muscle histochemistry in two bats. Proc. Fifth International Bat Research Conference. Texas Tech. Press, Lubbock. Strickler, T.L., 1980, The axial musculature of Pontoporia blainvillei. with comments on the organization of the system and its effect on fluke stroke dynamics in the Cetacea. American Journal of Anatomy. 157:49-59. Strickler, T., T. Malone and W.E. Garrett, 1990, The effec_Çts of passive warming on muscle injury. The American Journal of Sports Medicine. 18(2): 141-145. Winkelmann, J.R., F.J. Bonaccorso and T.L. Strickler, 2000, Home Range of the Southern Blossom Bat, Syconycteris australis, in Papua New Guinea. Journal of Mammalogy, 81(2). Kinney E, Wusthoff J, Zyck A, Hatzel B, Vaughn D, Strickler T, Glass S., 2008, Activation of the trapezius muscle during varied forms of Kendall exercises. Physical Therapy in Sport, 9: 3-8.