The Biological Anthropology Lab Complex at the University of Georgia is directed by Dr. Susan Tanner and Dr. Laurie Reitsema. The research objectives of the lab group focus on biological, nutritional, and biocultural anthropology, with a particular emphasis on the role of environment in shaping biological and biocultural outcomes. The lab complex consists of two labs, the Bioarchaeology and Biochemistry lab and the Health and Human Biology Lab, both housing many resources that are available to departmental faculty, graduate students, and collaborative scholars.
News and Current Events
Dr. Susan Tanner, Dr. Laurie Reitsema, and graduate students recently attended the American Association of Physical Anthropology and Human Biology Association meetings in Spring 2016.
Undergraduate student Sidney Reynolds presents her research on use of stable isotope ratios in carbonized hickory nut as a "paleothermometer" on April 4th at the 2016 annual CURO symposium at UGA.
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