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Two anthropology professors awarded CFI funding

Megan Brickley and Tracey Prowse were awarded $270,000 from the Canada Foundation for Innovation to fund a Centre for Integrated Bioarchaeological Research in Human Health, Diet, Disease and Migration (Bioarch-HDDM).

Two anthropology professors awarded CFI funding

Screen capture of the Daily News article that discusses the funding.

Project Leader Megan Brickley, Canada Research Chair in Bioarchaeology of Human Disease, and professor, department of anthropology, and Tracey Prowse, assistant professor, department of anthropology, were awarded $270,000 from the Canada Foundation for Innovation to fund a Centre for Integrated Bioarchaeological Research in Human Health, Diet, Disease and Migration (Bioarch-HDDM) to establish a facility to research life in the past and create a database of unique digital images. 
 
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