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  • Lucie Clech

    I am a human behavioural ecologist with an interdisciplinary background in ecology/evolution and environmental sciences. I have developed a keen interest for the study of behavioural changes according to access of more

  • I am post-doctoral researcher working with Jamie Jones in the Department of Anthropology and the Woods Institute for the Environment. I have a B.A. (Hunter College, CUNY) and a M.Sc. (University College London) in more

  • Philip Labo studied both biology and computer science as an undergraduate at Penn. He received his B.A., in biology, in 2004. During that time he also worked as a programmer/analyst for the Plasmodium falciparum more

  • Ronan is a Ph.D. student in E-IPER interested in resilience and critical transitions in complex biosocial systems. He graduated with a B.A. in Geography from UCLA in 2010.

  • 2009-2011: Yale School of Public Health, MPH Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases; 2004-2008: University of California, San Diego, B.A. International Studies: Political Science-Middle East, Biology Minor

  • MD Student, expected graduation Spring 2015; Ph.D. Student in Biology (School of Humanities and Sciences), admitted Spring 2013; MSTP Student

  • Alejandro Feged works in the behavioral ecology of malaria in the Colombian Amazon Basin, trying to understand why some ethnicities have a higher incidence than others in spite of sharing the same environmental risks more

  • E’lana graduated from the University of Chicago with a B.A. in Anthropology in 2007. She is currently interested in researching the direct and indirect ways in which health is impacted by water security in Colombia more

  • Shannon Randolph comes to us from Sub-Saharan Africa, where she conducted medical and environmental anthropology research in Kenya, Zambia and Madagascar and agroforestry and HIV/AIDS education extension work with more

  • Gene Richardson, MD is a clinical fellow in the Department of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine as well as a PhD student in the Department of Anthropology. Prior to more

  • Yeon Jung Yu is working on her dissertation “Social Networks and Social Capital of Female Sex Workers (FSWs) in China: New Techniques for Studying Marginalized Populations at Risk.” In order to map the social more

  • Sean is now an assistant professor of Anthropology at the University of Maryland.

  • Brodie finished his Ph.D. in Anthropological Sciences in 2010. He is the founder and president of Anthrotect, a company that promotes carbon trading benefiting indigenous more

  • After finishing her Ph.D. in ESPM at Berkeley, Sadie did a post-doc here. She is now an assistant professor in the more

  • My principal research interest is in the community ecology of wildlife disease, and the implications for conservation and public health.

    My PhD dissertation work at James Cook University examined the ecology more

  • After finishing his Ph.D. at Harvard in 2010, Brian was a post-doc from 2010-2012, funded by the NSF grant, "Individual Decisions and Emergent Aggregate Patterns: Kin Co-residence among Hadza Hunter-Gatherers" ( more