BSc (Biomedical Engineering)
PhD (Biological Anthropology)
I am an anatomist and biological anthropologist specializing in Maya bioarchaeology.
My research investigates the interaction of biology and culture through analysis of human skeletal remains among the ancient Maya. In particular, I investigate violence and warfare, mortuary practices, migration patterns, diet and health, and deliberate body modification such as tooth filing and cranial modification.
ANAT2521 Biological Anthropology
ANAT2511 Fundamentals of Anatomy
ANAT2111 Introductory Anatomy
ANAT3131 Functional Anatomy of the Head, Neck and Back