We currently have a motivated lab group of graduate students, postdocs, and undergrads studying diverse topics within evolutionary medicine, behavioral ecology and human biology. Current emphases include acculturation and diabetes/cardiovascular disease, role of pathogens and immune function in chronic disease risk, reproductive decision-making and fertility transitions, grandparental investment and the function of post-reproductive lifespan, adaptive logic of infant feeding practices, personality evolution, cooperation and altruism, human-chimpanzee comparisons, corruption, and hormone-behavior interactions.
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a) have a scientifically curious mind
b) have diverse interests within biocultural anthropology and human biology,
c) have an active desire to conduct field-based studies and to explore and explain cultural and behavioral diversity,
d) have quantitative skills and developed logical reasoning,
e) have motivation and creative energy
|Raziel Davison||Thomas Kraft|
|Chris von Rueden
||Melanie Martin||Anne Pisor|
Undergraduate Alumni/Honors Thesis/Research Students
| Sarah Alami