Associate Professor of Anthropology
Office: Chambers B011
Website: Professional Webpage
As a biological anthropologist, I'm interested in human biology and in particular, the skeletal system in ancient and contemporary populations. Human groups have evolved in various types of environments, undergoing different selective pressures that gave rise to the diverse populations we find today. Therefore, the biological anthropology topics that I teach integrate information about the environmental and sociocultural factors that influence our biological make-up.