About Me

Postdoctoral Scholar
Department of Anthropology,

Research Interests
  • Relationships among socioecological factors and human production, reproduction and health
  • Allocation of resources to the competing demands of growth, reproduction, and somatic maintenance, and how disruption of this affects women's and their children’s long-term health and well-being.
  • Local causes of international migration, and how international migration affects: (1) household security, vulnerability and resilience; (2) household dynamics, including the division of labor and power; (3) family planning and health; and (4) childhood development and growth. 
Trained In
Human behavioral ecology, biodemography, life history theory, human-environmental interactions, biomedical anthropology, evolutionary psychology.
Quantitative and qualitative research methods and analysis, and mixed-methods research and analysis
SPSS and SAS