Harvard Universityhttp://www.fas.harvard.edu

Paleoanthropology Laboratory

Anthropology Departmenthttp://www.fas.harvard.edu/~anthro/
Welcome

Part of the Biological Anthropology Program, the Paleoanthropology Laboratory serves as the locus for a broad range of activities focusing on the evolution of hominoids, including hominins, as well as other mammals. Collaborations with other Program labs (functional morphology, primate behavioral and reproductive ecology, isotopic and materials research, genetics and genomics), as well as with other universities (Université de Poitiers, Boston University, Univeristy of Michigan), make possible interdisciplinary approaches to questions covering phylogenetics, systematics, behavioral reconstruction, broad patterns of faunal change and evolution, and paleoecology. Fieldwork is strongly encouraged of all students, and is normally readily arranged.

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