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Zaneta Thayer

Zaneta M. Thayer is a biological anthropologist pursuing her doctorate at Northwestern University, and she has a B.A. in anthropology and biology from Dartmouth College. Thayer is interested in how the environment affects patterns of human biological variation, particularly during early development. Her primary research has been on the epigenetic effects seen in fetal development. One of her long term goals is to unite developmental biology with the Modern Synthesis as an expansion of modern evolutionary theory.

https://sites.google.com/a/u.northwestern.edu/zaneta-thayer/