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John Bertram

John Bertram

Associate Professor, Department of Cell Biology & Anatomy; Director, Gross Anatomy Lab

Research Focus: Comparative biomechanics, locomotion, skeletal biology and scaling
John Bertram's Web Page

Susanne Cote

Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology & Archaeology

Research Focus:primate and human evolution, environmental pressures, http://www.reacheproject.com/
Susanne Cote's Web Page

Linda Fedigan

Professor, Department of Anthropology & Archaeology
Research Focus: primatology specializing in the social systems, behavioral ecology and conservation of Costa Rican and Japanese monkeys.

Linda Fedigan's Web Page

Benedikt Hallgrimsson

Associate Professor, Department of Cell Biology & Anatomy
Research Focus: the developmental genetic basis for variation in humans and other species.

Benedikt Hallgrimsson's Web Page
Morphometrics Lab

Steig Johnson

Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology & Archaeology
Research Focus: ecology of several populations of brown lemurs and their hybrids, as well as the effects of anthropogenic disturbance on biodiversity in the rain forest of southeastern Madagascar.

Steig Johnson's Web Page

M. Anne Katzenberg

Professor, Department of Anthropology & Archaeology
Research Focus: human adaptation to diet and disease in the past. Most of Anne's work involves applications of stable isotope analysis to the determination of past diet.

M. Anne Katzenberg's Web Page

Mary Pavelka

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology & Archaeology
Research Focus: social dynamics of Japanese Macaques, and behavioural ecology of the Belizean black howler monkeys.

Mary Pavelka's webpage

 
 Anthony Russell

Anthony Russell

Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
Research Focus: evolutionary and functional morphology of both living and extinct amniote vertebrates

Anthony Russell's webpage

 

Pascale Sicotte

Professor, Department of Anthropology & Archaeology
Research Focus: socio-ecology of black and white colobus (Colobus vellerosus) in West Africa. Pascale's main research interests include ape and colobine social organization and socio-ecology, and conservation issues.

Pascale Sicotte's webpage

 

Warren Wilson (Program Director)

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology & Archaeology
Research Focus: adaptation, health, and nutrition of indigenous peoples in the Amazon Basin and the compatibility of biological conservation with human development in the tropics.

Warren Wilson's Web Page