Dr. Gabriel Prieto’s research has been featured in the March/April issue of Archaeology Magazine. See the full issue here. (All images from Archaeology Magazine)
Dr. Connie Mulligan just received a $348,000 NSF award, “Intergenerational impact of violence exposure during pregnancy on epigenetic change.” Dr. Mulligan is collaborating with Dr. Catherine Panter-Brick at Yale University and Dr. Rana Dajani at Hashemite University in Jordan. Congratulations Connie!
Our own Mike Heckenberger was featured in a story in the Alligator this morning, highlighting his research and efforts to mitigate the effects of rainforest fires on indigenous peoples. Find the article here. Photo courtesy to the Alligator.
Dr. Muligan’s lab featured in UF News press release for their PLOS ONE paper about Syrian refugee study. https://news.ufl.edu/2019/07/how-genes-resilience-affect-syrian-refugee-stress/
2016-2019—John Krigbaum, Connie Mulligan, and Ken Sassaman 2017-2020—Susan deFrance, Susan Gillespie, and Chris McCarty 2018-2021—Aaron Broadwell, Valerie DeLeon, and Jeff Johnson
See the AAA Listing for more information. Thank you to all for your years of dedication to AAA and the discipline!
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Dr. de France, Dr. Heckenberger, and Dr. Johnson have been recently interviewed for the departmental Youtube. Watch their interviews here.
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African Americans have significantly higher rates of hypertension than other racial groups and suffer from more serious negative outcomes associated with the disease. We investigate the sociocultural and biological factors that influence hypertension in African Americans, a group that is underrepresented in research, in Tallahassee, FL. Novel integration of both genetic and social network data […]