Erik Otárola-Castillo

I am an archaeologist, human evolutionary biologist and biometrician. My research revolves around the question: “What do people eat and why?” To answer it, I study the diversity, ecology, evolution and co-evolution of behavioral phenotypes in prehistoric and modern foraging populations (human and non-human primates). Currently, I am interested in evaluating the effects that climatic…

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Melissa G. Torquato

Melissa is a PhD student in Anthropology that specializes in Biological Anthropology, morphometrcs and biostatistics. In her role as manager of the LCA, she assists other graduate and undergraduate students in lab and supervises several projects. Melissa’s research focuses on questions of human variation. Her primary research centers on examining the environmental and social causes…

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