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Siobhán is an anthropologist and biologist with interests in evolution, behavioral ecology, kinship, reproduction, demography, health, social inequality, and quantitative and mixed methods. She works in economically transitioning societies in China and Vanuatu to understand the evolutionary causes and consequences of inequality, reproductive skew, sex-biased parental investment, adoption and fosterage, and health behaviors. (CV) (Email)

Lab Director

Siobhán Mattison

Adam's interests center on the effects of markets on individual livelihoods and social relationships. His fieldwork is in China, Vanuatu, and Mauritius. (Email)

Graduate Student, since 2017

Adam Reynolds

Ruizhe is a new PhD student in anthropology. She once majored in Archaeology, and now she is interested in the effects of identity on in-group versus out-group cooperation. She also focuses on human behavioral ecology and material culture of ethinic groups in China.

Graduate Student, since 2019

Ruizhe Liu

Maddie is a 2nd year evolutionary anthropology major who likes learning about why people do what they do. She is particularly interested in the role of evolution pertaining to mate preference, as well as anything the lab group is talking about - because it's all amazing, and so important. 

Undergraduate Student, since 2018

Madeline Dunn

Gabrielle is seeking a dual-degree in environmental communication and psychology, with a minor in evolutionary anthropology. Her interests include gender and sexual diversities, social determinants of health, and cross-cultural studies. 

Undergraduate Student, since 2018

Gabrielle D'angelo-Baca

Bernardo is seeking a major in psychology and a minor in evolutionary anthropology. He wants to understand what makes societies so different from one another, and how nature and culture enmesh to produce behavior.

Undergraduate Student, since 2018

Bernardo

Ubaldo Seixas

Megan is studying evolutionary anthropology with a minor in psychology. She interested in the human brain and behavior, how evolution and culture have shaped mental health and health behaviors.  

Undergraduate Student, since 2018

Megan Gutierrez

Elizabeth is a studying anthropology. Her interests are human behavior, migration, and local community relationships. She is excited and honored to be part of the HFED Lab as she works on her own research regarding human migration.

Undergraduate Student, since 2019

Elizabeth Medina

Former members

Darragh Hare (University of Oxford) (2018-2019)

Chun-Yi Sum (University of Rochester) (2016-18)

 

Bridget Chak (University of Chicago) 2015-2016: Supported by UROP

Hanying Mao (Columbia University) 2015-2016 

   

Jingzhe (Bill) Cao (Princeton University) 2015-2016: Supported by UROP

Collaborators, current and past

Bret Beheim (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)

Tami Blumenfield (Furman University) 

Monique Borgerhoff Mulder (UC Davis)

Melissa J. Brown (Harvard University) 

 

Emily K. Brunson (Texas State University, San Marcos) 

 

Peter Buston (Boston University)

 

Ethan Cochrane (University of Auckland)

 

Nicole Creanza (Vanderbilt)

 

Bria Dunham (Boston University, Sargent College) 

 

Marcus W. Feldman (Stanford University) 

 

Bruce Floyd (University of Auckland) 

 

Masako Fujita (Michigan State University)

 

Simone Gill (Boston University) 

 

Binglin Gong (Fudan University)

 

Raymond Hames (University of Nebraska) 

 

Katie Hinde (Arizona State University) 

 

Darryl J. Holman (University of Washington) 

 

Oren Kolodny (Stanford University)

 

Judith Littleton (University of Auckland) 

 

Cristina Moya (UC Davis)

Dawn B. Neill (California Polytechnic State University) 

 

David Nolin (Penn State)

 

Mary K. Shenk (Penn State)

 

Brooke Scelza (UCLA)

Rebecca Sear (LSHTM) 

 

Eric Alden Smith (University of Washington)

 

Julie Spray (University of Auckland)

 

Mary Towner (Oklahoma State University)

 

Susanna Trnka (University of Auckland)

Katherine Wander (Binghamton University)

Mentors

Peter Buston (Boston University; Faculty Mentor)

 

Karen Warkentin (Boston University; Faculty Mentor)

James Traniello (Boston University; Faculty Mentor)

Melissa Brown (Stanford University, now Harvard Yenching Inst.; Postdoctoral Supervisor)

Marcus W. Feldman (Stanford University; Postdoctoral Supervisor)

 

Matthew Sommer (Stanford University; Postdoctoral Supervisor)

 

Eric Alden Smith (University of Washington; Dissertation Supervisor)

 

Donna Leonetti (University of Washington; Dissertation Advisor)

 

Stevan Harrell (University of Washington; Dissertation Advisor)

 

Shelly Lundberg (University of Washington, now UCSB; Graduate Student Representative)

 

Tom Seeley (Cornell University; Undergraduate Honors Advisor)