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Courtesy and Adjunct Faculty

Mary Adair
Archaeological Research Center
University of Kansas
email: madair@ku.edu

Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Kansas 1984

Research Areas: Paleobotany, origins of agriculture, culture change; North America, Central Plains.

Christine Makosky Daley
Adjunct Lecturer
Department of Anthropology
email: cdaley@kumc.edu

Ph.D., University of Connecticut

Research Areas: Native North America, the intersection of culture and biology as it relates to health disparities and disease in human evolution, cancer explanatory models and prevention, health literacy and cross-cultural communication.

Sean M. Daley
Adjunct Lecturer
Department of Family Medicine, Kansas Medical Center
e-mail: sdaley1@ku.edu

Ph.D., University of Connecticut 2005

Research Areas: American ranch and farm life, rural health disparities, cowboy cultures of the American West, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, southern Utah "Downwinders," American Indian religions and world views, American Indian federal laws and policies, contemporary American Indian reservation life: United States.

Eric J. Devor
Adjunct Associate Professor
Senior Research Scientist, Molecular Genetics and Bioinformatics, Integrated DNA Technologies, Caralville, Iowa
email: rdevor@idtdna.com

Ph.D., University of New Mexico 1979

Research Areas: Anthropological Genetics, Population Genetics, Molecular Genetics, Molecular Evolution, microRNAs: Central Asia.

Kim S. Kimminau
Adjunct Associate Professor
Senior Vice President for Research and Analysis, KS Health Institute, Topeka, KS
email: kkimminau@khi.org

Ph.D., Ohio State University 1984

Research Areas: Applied medical anthropology, dental anthropology, health services and health policy research, minority health disparities, oral health, program evaluation: American minority populations.

M. J. Mosher, RN, PhD
Adjunct Lecturer Department of Anthropology, Western Washington University
email: mjmosher@aol.com

Ph.D., University of Kansas 2002

Research Areas: Biological anthropology, nutrigenetics, and genetic epidemiology. Research; Nutrition, lipids, immune system, and the effects of gene-by-environmental interaction on risk factors and disease susceptibility; Circumpolar populations (Siberia), Central Kansas Mennonites.

Mark L. Raab
Adjunct Professor Professor, Department of Anthropology & Director, Northridge Center for Public Archaeology, California State University, Northridge

Ph.D., Arizona State University 1976

Alan Redd
Department of Anthropology
email: aredd@ku.edu​

Ph.D., Pennsylvania State 1998

Research Areas: human evolutionary genetics, population genetics, forensic genetics; Pacific Islands, Indian subcontinent.

Jerry A. Schultz
Courtesy Assistant Professor Co-Director of the Work Group for Community Health and Associate Director of the World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center for Community Health and Development at KU
email: jschultz@ku.edu | Dole Center, Room 4082 | (785) 864-0533

Ph.D., University of Kansas 1992

Research Areas: Community capacity bulding, community evaluation, community health and development, contemporary Native American issues, medical anthropology, community development: Native North America, US.

Sarah Williams-Blangero
Adjunct Professor
Scientist and Chair, Dept. of Genetics, Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research, San Antonio, TX
email: sarah@darwin.sfbr.org

Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University 1987

Research Areas: Genetic epidemiology, infectious disease genetics, genetic management of nonhuman primates: Nepal, Tibet, Brazil.

William Woods
Professor Department of Geography
email: wwoods@ku.edu | Lindley Hall 217-A | (785) 864-8992

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1986

Research Areas: Abandoned Settlements, Anthropogenic Environmental Change, Cultural Landscapes, Soils and Sediments, Traditional Settlement-Subsistence Systems.

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