Hailing from Huntsville, Alabama, I received my B.A. in anthropology from Auburn University in 2012. There, I was heavily involved in Auburn's archaeological and bioarchaeological labs. Previous research includes contributions to Alabama's Old Federal Road Project, and I produced an Honors Undergraduate Thesis on human dentition recovered from the historic Newton Plantation in Barbados. Currently, I'm enrolled in the University of Alabama's graduate anthropology program, pursuing a M.A. with the help of my advisor Dr. Jason DeCaro.
Professionally, I intend to focus on biocultural medical anthropology, hoping to incorporate both studies of bioarchaeological materials and work with contemporary human populations to illuminate the dynamic nature of human health and variation.
Personally, I'm an avid outdoorsman who enjoys backpacking, fishing, and collecting rocks of virtually any sort. Indoors, I'm a prolific fan of movies, videogames, and a good book.
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