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We study human biocultural variation to address global health challenges

 

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Our research uses theory and insights from both evolutionary and ecological thinking to understand why people behave the way they do, in social and cultural contexts.

 

Our team located in the Oxford School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography strives to shed new light on global health challenges. We are currently looking at projects involving nutrition, reproduction, infectious disease epidemiology and farming.

 

We welcome inquiries from prospective students and post-docs

 

 

 

 

 

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    Current research projects include :
     

    Why do people adopt & discontinue modern contraception in high fertility populations?

     

    How do social relationships shape eating behaviour?
     

    Can people change their opinions on vaccination?
     

    What are the root causes of PMS (premenstrual syndrome)?
     

    Do hybrids seeds contribute to reducing poverty?

     

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