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I am currently a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Chicago working with Callum Ross. 
The aim of my research is to understand the impact of diet on human evolution. I approach this aim on two fronts. First, I conduct feeding experiments to test how variation in craniodental morphology influences feeding mechanics and behavior in modern humans and non-human primates. Second, I use comparative anatomy, three-dimensional geometric morphometrics, and functional modeling to relate variation in fossil hominin craniodental morphology to variation in feeding behavior and diet.

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