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Amanda G. Kittoe

Ph.D. Student
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Population genetics of Central Asia, morphological variation of modern humans, forensic applications, and psychiatric genetics (particularly ADHD)

Education

BA from Case Western Reserve U in 2009, majored in Anthropology (physical) and Psychology

MA from Louisiana State U in 2013, Anthropology (physical)

Earning my PhD at KU, in Anthropology (genetic)

Teaching

GTA Positions:

BIOL 152 (Intro to Organismal Biology lab)

BIOL 247/647 (Intro to Mammalian and Human Physiology Lab)

 

BIOL 241/440 (Human Observational Anatomy Lab)

ANTH 100 Online (Intro to Anthropology)

ANTH 104 (Fundamentals of Physical Anthropology)

Research

Central Asian population genetics and linguistics, with Dr. Franz Manni at the Musée de l’Homme

Selected Awards & Honors

Chateaubriand STEM Fellowship, 2016


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