Kari Allen (2014) edit
Duke University
Anatomy (soft tissue)
Comparative Primate Anatomy
Dental Anthropology
Fossil Primates
Functional Morphology
Current position: Assistant Professor
Current affiliation: Washington University in St. Louis
Research website: Link
Research description: My research explores the evolution of brain size and skull shape in primates using medical imaging, phylogenetic comparative statistics, and three-dimensional morphometric methods. The purpose of this research is to determine the timing and order of acquisition of traits in brain and body size evolution and to use this information to evaluate various hypotheses concerning ecological pressures selecting for large brains and changes in brain proportions among humans and their closest relatives.
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