Benjamin Auerbach (2007) edit
Johns Hopkins University
Anatomy (soft tissue)
Bioarchaeology
Functional Morphology
Human Skeletal Biology
Statistical Methods
Current position: Associate Professor of Anthropology
Current affiliation: The University of Tennessee
Research website: Link
Research description: My research interests focus on the application of quantitative genetics and functional anatomy to understand the evolution of traits in mammals, especially primates. Much of my work concerns modern human morphological variation, including: the evolution of variation in body size, form, & proportions; functional anatomy; asymmetry; & morphological integration. I examine these properties in relation to environmental factors, namely climate and subsistence, within the context of quantitative evolutionary models of population structure & natural selection.
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