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I am biological anthropologist. My primary area of research specialization is skeletal biology with a focus on the evolution of contemporary human biological variation. In particular, I am interested in the medico-legal analysis of human skeletal remains; quantitative skeletal biology; skeletal pathology; human adaptation; human evolution and evolutionary theory; and history of evolutionary thought. Some of my past research has involved the study of biological distance of prehistoric skeletal remains and the medico-legal implications of osteogenesis imperfecta in cases invovling possible child abuse. Currently I am researching the development of craniofacial sexual dimorphism in children and developing a method for the identification of sex differences in juvenile skeletal remains.
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