Physical and Biological Anthropology Concentration

Dr. Temple's research of teeth in JapanPhysical & Biological Anthropology is the study of the physical development of the human species. It involves such topics as genetics, human osteology, evolution, primatology, and forensics.

We have three faculty members in this area: Dr. Midori Albert, Dr. Carolyn Robinson, and Dr. Michaela Howells. Please visit their individual websites for information on their specific interests. All conduct ongoing independent research opportunities.

We offer individual research project supervision in the field of Physical & Biological Anthropology, with particular concentrations in the areas of human osteology, bioarchaeology, tooth analysis, and primatology. Our faculty work in many regions around the world, including the Southeastern United States, Japan, Siberia, and central Africa! Dr. Midori Albert at UNCW College Day, talking about osteological analysis with members of the public

Dr. Midori Albert

Dr. Carolyn Jost Robinson

Dr. Michaela Howells