Graduate Students, Post Docs, College Fellows
THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Research interests: Cortical and trabecular bone as a biological tissue and engineering material.
Email: email@example.com | Research interests: Dietary and environmental reconstructions, stable isotopes, Paleolithic Europe.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Research interests: Dietary effects on milk composition, milk sex bias, milk microbiota, behavioral effects and early formation of the gut microbiome.
Email: email@example.com | Research interests: Labor and childbirth, doulas, pregnancy, lactation, stress, social support, mother-infant bonding, reproductive ecology, endocrinology, evolutionary medicine.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Research interests: Human genetic evolution, specifically genetic evidence for recent adaptation in response to metabolic and dietary change.
Email: email@example.com | Research interests: dental evolution and development, methods to quantify morphological variation, modularity and evolutionary plasticity.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Behavioral & Nutritional Ecology LabResearch Interests: primate and human foraging and ecology, understanding how cooked foods might have played a role in driving human biology during hominin evolution.
Email: email@example.com | Research Interests: biomechanics, functional morphology, evolution of human and nonhuman primate locomotion.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Research interests: Dental microstructure, isotopic chemistry, reconstruction of tooth growth and life history, human evolution in the
Email: email@example.com | Research interests: Nutritional status and maternal resource allocation, immune function, long-term health impacts of the fetal environment, modern human dietary patterns, evolutionary medicine.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | website | Research interests: Evolution and development of cooperative behavior in animals and children, inequity aversion, risky decision-making in nonhuman primates; social learning and cultural evolution.
Email: email@example.com | Comparative Primatology Website | Research interests: Cultural and epidemiological transmission dynamics; parasitism in humans and primates; social learning, innovation, and the evolution of culture in humans, primates, and animals.
Erik J. Scully
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Research Interests: Non-human primate behavioral ecology, cooperation, hormonal correlates of coalitionary aggression, evolutionary game theory, intraspecific variation.
Heather Shattuck (Faegre)-Heidorn
Email: email@example.com | Research interests: Human behavioral ecology and endocrinology, life history theory, evolution and mechanisms of cooperative breeding, immune function and life history trade-offs.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Research interests: Reproductive ecology and evolutionary life history theory, energetic and hormonal correlates of human growth and reproduction in small-scale societies.
HEB Associate Concentration Advisor
Email: email@example.com | Website | Research interests: Skeletal and dental development; Functional integration; Functional morphology; Masticatory biomechanics.
Postdoctoral Fellow, 2012-2013
Peabody Museum Rm. 50C | 617-496-4262
Research interests: the evolution of male-female relationships in
primates with a specific focus on chimpanzees living in western Uganda.
Her work focuses on male-female association patterns, friendships
between males and females and inter-sexual feeding competition. Most
recently she has started collaborations to look at coalitions and
mutual grooming in chimpanzees
Research interests: The applications of stable isotope ratio measurements for bioarchaeology and low-temperature geochemistry.
Research interests: mammalian physiological ecology, life history tradeoffs, maternal investment, impacts of maternal nutrient and hormone transfer in milk on neonate condition and survival, phenotypic programming.
Postdoc, Lab Manager for the Dental Hard Tissue Lab
Peabody Museum Rm. 55D | 617-496-3570
Research Interests: discovering what teeth can tell us about development, life history, and death. Dental development in humans and macaques using virtual histology and conventional laboratory techniques.Back to Top