Curriculum Vitae

Highlights (full C.V. available for download below)

EDUCATION:
2017 Ph.D. Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara
       Advisor: Dr. Michael Gurven 
       Emphasis in Demography, 
       Emphasis in Quantitative Methods for the Social Sciences

2009 M.A. in Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara
        Thesis Advisor: Dr. Michael Gurven

2003 M.Sc. in Evolutionary Psychology, Department of Biology, Liverpool University, U.K.
        Thesis Advisors: Prof. Robert Dunbar and Dr. John Lycett

2002 B.Sc. in Zoology, Department of Biology, Imperial College, U.K.
        Thesis Advisors: Prof. Ian Owen and Prof. Robert Sinden

RESEARCH PROJECTS AND FIELD EXPERIENCE:
2011     Title: The determinants and consequences of women’s fertility preferences and fertility in a rapidly acculturating Amerindian population
Primary Investigator: Lisa McAllister
Field Experience: six months in Bolivia completing dissertation research
Funded By: A National Science Foundation DDIG

GRANTS:
2010     National Science Foundation DDIG ($18,467)

PUBLICATIONS:
McAllister, Lisa (2008), Tourism and Fertility: The effects of tourism development on Belizean women’s fertility, In: Proceedings of the VI Taller Internacionalde Turismoen el Caribe Conference

PRESENTATIONS:
2014             Title: Does Teenage Pregnancy Compromise Maternal and Infant Growth? 
                                    Presented to: UC Global Health Day, Davis, CA
2012            Title: Human Growth and Development, Motherhood and Reproduction 
                                   Presented to: American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, CA
                      Title: Does Teenage Reproduction Compromise Growth 
                                Presented to: Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Albuquerque, NM
                     Title: Why Do Women Have More Children Than They Want: Understanding Excess Fertility in Bolivian                                 Amerindians 
                                Presented to: Population Association of America, San Francisco, CA
                    Title: Why Do Women Have More Children Than They Want: Understanding Excess Fertility in Bolivian                                    Amerindians
                                Presented to: American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Portland, OR
                    Title: Reproductive Decision Making in the Bolivian Amazon
                                Presented to: UC Global Health Day, Berkley, CA

DOWNLOADABLE CURRICULUM VITAE (updated 12.2.2013)
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Lisa McAllister,
Apr 14, 2017, 11:29 AM
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