Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1999
Associate Professor of Anthropology
At UW-Madison since 2002
I investigate human evolution in its morphological and genetic aspects. During the last year I have been applying genomic data from humans to explain changes in natural selection on human populations. I also have been active in researching the fate of the Neandertals, including their genetic and morphological links to later populations.
I teach a range of courses from the introductory level to graduate level in biological anthropology, human evolution and genetics, and the evolution of human behavior.
Office: 5325 Sewell Social Science Hall
Office hours: TR 2:15-3:30
Office phone: (608) 262-8726
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org