I am an evolutionary biologist and paleoanthropologist in the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of California, Berkeley. All the details of my professional life, including information about my research, outreach, teaching and curriculum vitae, can be found on this website.
Our new paper on the evolution of the maternal:infant relationship came out last week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Lead author, Dr. Leslea Hlusko, also wrote a blog post on the article, featured on The Conversation. I am really excited to be a part of this project that brings together dental anthropology, genomics, cellular biology, and paleoecology to pose a hypothesis about natural selection on a population of people living at high latitudes in the Beringian Refugium during the Last Glacial Maximum.
The article is open access, so anyone can read the article HERE.
Other press on our recent work:
- We won Best Poster in Ecology and Evolution!
- AAPA meetings (2018)
- Spring Semester
- Human Biological Variation (IB35AC)
- I’m finished!
- Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award
- New paper out in Palaeontologia Electronica
- Throwback to my talk at LHAATDS
- Excited to be featured in the new Cal Koret Visitor Center!