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Announcing the AAPA Professional Development Grants 2013

by Ed Hagen last modified Mar 02, 2013 10:45 PM
The AAPA professional development grant recipients have been chosen.
Last Name First Name Institution Title Grant title
Almécija Sergio Dept. Anatomical Sciences, Stony Brook University Research Instructor The 3D shape and function of Miocene ape and early hominin hands and feet
Bigham Abigail Department of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor  Asst. Prof. Functional consequences of EGLN1 genetic variation in high-altitude Andeans and Tibetans
Chalk Janine Evolutionary Anthropology, Duke University Visiting Asst. Prof. Age-related differences in nutrient intake and energy balance in wild Brown capuchins
Cooke Siobhan Department of Anthropology, Northeastern Illinois University Asst. Prof. Primate paleontology in the Dominican Republic
Copes Lynn School of Medicine, Quinnipiac University Asst. Prof. Skeletal robusticity in sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys):  interactions among bone shape, density and mechanical performance
Gilbert Chris Department of Anthropology Hunter College, CUNY Asst. Prof. Skeletal analysis of the Lesula
Gregoricka Lesley Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work, University of South Alabama Asst. Prof. Negotiating identity in prehistoric semi-nomadic societies:  a biogeochemical assessment of residential mobility in Bronze Age Oman
Lewton Kristi Department of Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University Postdoc Morphological integration and the evolvability of the mammalian pelvis:  implications for primate evolution
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