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Physical Anthropology

Physical Anthropology intersects biology and culture, and includes the study of human evolution, forensics, skeletal biology, palaeogenetics, as well as health and illness in human populations, past and present.

Megan Brickley

Megan Brickley

  • Professor and Canada Research Chair (Tier 1)
  • Director, Graduate Program
  •  brickley@mcmaster.ca
  •  905-525-9140 ext. 24256
  • Bioarchaeology, Paleopathology, Metabolic Diseases,
D. Ann Herring

D. Ann Herring

Tina Moffat

Tina Moffat

  • Associate Professor
  •  moffatcs@mcmaster.ca
  •  905-525-9140 ext. 23906
  • Children's Health & Nutrition, Health,
Hendrik Poinar

Hendrik Poinar

  • Professor and Canada Research Chair (Tier 2)
  •  poinarh@mcmaster.ca
  •  905-525-9140 ext. 26331
  • Archaeology, Health, The Black Death,
Tracy Prowse

Tracy Prowse

  • Associate Professor
  • Director, Undergraduate Program
  •  prowset@mcmaster.ca
  •  905-525-9140 x24302
  • Bioarchaeology, Health, Physical Anthropology, Stable Isotopes,