Haviva M. Goldman, Ph.D.
 

Peer Reviewed Papers

Price, C., Herman, B.C., Lufkin, T., Goldman, H.M. and Kepsen, K.J. (2005) Genetic Variation in Bone Growth Patterns Defines Adult Mouse Bone Fragility. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 20(11):1983-91.

Goldman, H.M., Clement, J.G., Thomas, C.D.L. and Bromage, T.G. (2005) Relationships among microstructural properties of bone at the human mid-shaft femur. Journal of Anatomy. 206:127-139. PDF

Goldman, H.M., Bromage, T.G., Boyde, A., Thomas, C.D.L. and Clement, J.G. (2003). Intrapopulation Variability in Mineralization Density at the Human Femoral Mid-Shaft. Journal of Anatomy 203: 243-255. PDF

Bromage, T.G., Goldman, H.M., McFarlin, S., Warshaw, J., Boyde, A. and Riggs, C.M. (2003). Circularly polarized light standards for investigations of collagen fiber orientation in bone. The New Anatomist 274B:157-168. PDF

Goldman, H.M., Bromage, T.G., Thomas, C.D.L. and Clement, J.G. (2003). Preferred Collagen Fiber Orientation at the Human Mid-Shaft Femur. The Anatomical Record 272A: 434-445. (Figure selected for cover micrograph). PDF

Goldman, H. M., Bromage, T. G., Blayvas, A., Boyde, A., Howell, P. & Clement, J.G. (2000). Correlative Light and Backscattered Electron Microscopy of Human Bone. Part II: Automated Image Analysis. Scanning 22(6): 337-344. (Figure selected for cover micrograph).

Goldman, H. M., Kindsvater, J. & Bromage, T. G. (1999). Correlative Light and Backscattered Electron Microscopy of Bone. Part I: Specimen Preparation Methods. Scanning 21(1): 40-43.

Abstracts

Goldman, H.M., George, B.P., Thomas, C.D.L., Clement, J.G (2005). Mineralization and Bone Turnover at the Human Femoral mid-shaft. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 20(1):S114.

Goldman, H.M., Bromage, T.G., Clement, J.G. and Thomas, C.D.L. (2002). Relationship between collagen fiber orientation, age and mechanical adaptation of the human mid-shaft femur. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Suppl. 34:77.

Goldman, H.M. (2001). Relationship between mineralization density, age and mechanical adaptation of the human mid-shaft femur. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Suppl. 32: 71.

Goldman, H.M., Blayvas, A., Thomas, C.D.L., & Bromage, T.G. (2000). Beauty is in the “Eye” of the Beholder: Morphology and Color in Analytical Microscopy. Scanning 22(2): 88-89.

Goldman H.M., McFarlin,S.C., Warshaw, J.S., Szalay, F.S., & Bromage, T.G. (2000). Application of bone microstructural analysis to the comparative study of primate functional adaptation and life history. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Suppl. 30: 160-161.

Goldman H.M., Bromage T.G., Bruns R., Clement J.G., Thomas C.D.L. & Feik S. (1999). Preferred collagen fiber orientation in the human mid-shaft femur. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Suppl. 28:136-137.

Bruns, R., Clement, J.G., Thomas, C.D.L., Feik, S. & Goldman, H.M. (1998). Mechanical strength and bone distribution in the human mid-shaft femur relative to age and sex. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 13:

Goldman, H. M., Bromage, T. G., & Blayvas, A. (1998). Correlative Light and Backscattered Electron Microscopy of Human Bone Using Automated Image Analysis. Scanning 20(3): 236-7 (Presented at the Scanning98 Meetings, Baltimore, MD).

Goldman, H. M., Bromage, T. G., & Blavyas, A. (1997). Specimen preparation and imaging techniques for quantitative comparison of microstructural properties of bone. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 12: S202 (Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Bone and Mineral Research).

Goldman, H.M., Bromage, T. G. & Stringer, C. (1996). A histological analysis of a mid-shaft femoral section of an archaic Homo sapiens from Broken Hill. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 22: 114. (Presented at the 65th Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists).

Goldman, H. M. (1994). Assessing species diversity in a sample of morphologically similar fossil cercopithecoids. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 18, pp. 95-96. (Presented at the 63rd Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists).

 

Digital images from my research were highlighted in the exhibit “The Microscope and the Skeleton: A digital photomicrography of Hard Tissues.” February 19th - March 16th 2002; The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College, New York, NY.

 

 

My images have also been selected as cover micrographs in scientific journals