I received my Ph.D. in Anthropology from Florida State University in 2010, and am now a lecturer at University of Roehampton in London. My research focuses on the forager diet and its implications for the evolution of the hominin diet. I am currently investigating sex differences in diet, and oral health among the Hadza foragers of Northern Tanzania. Other research interests include osteological (primarily dental) analyses of pre-historic hunter-gatherers.
I have studied New World hunter-gatherer-fishers from Florida (Windover) and Texas (Buckeye Knoll) and am combining that with study of one of the few foraging groups left in the world - the Hadza.