IHB Steering Committee
Fred Adler (Prof, Biology and Mathematics).
Evolutionary ecology; mathematical epidemiology and immunology; urban ecology
Adrian Bell (Assist. Prof, Anthropology).
Cultural evolution; evoultionary theory; statistical modeling; ethnography of Tonga and the Tongan diaspora communities around the world; migration
David Bowling (Assoc. Prof, Biology).
Ecosystem ecology, biogeochemistry
Jack M. Broughton (Prof, Anthropology).
Zooarchaeology, evolutionary ecology, human paleoecology, North American Prehistory (especially California and the Great Basin) http://www.anthro.utah.edu/faculty/broughton.html
Sarah Bush (Assist. Prof, Biology).
Evolutionary ecology of hosts and parasites; coevolution; parasite systematics; parasite biodiversity
David Carrier (Prof, Biology).
Functional morphology; biomechanics; human paleobiology
Elizabeth Cashdan (Prof, Anthropology).
Behavioral ecology, evolutionary psychology, sex differences, spatial cognition, hormones and behavior, hunter-gatherers; sub-Saharan Africa.
Thure Cerling (Distinguished Prof. Biology and of Geology and Geophysics).
Paleoecology; stable and cosmogenic isotopes; environmental studies
Dale Clayton (Prof, Biology).
Host-parasite coevolution; systematics of birds and ectoparasites
Brian Codding (Asst Prof, Anthropology).
Behavioral ecology, foraging economies, anthropogenic fire, gender division of labor, ethnoarchaeology, ethno-ecology, GIS; Australia & North America
Phyllis Coley (Distinguished Prof, Biology).
Microbiology and molecular evolution; insects and endosymbionts
Denise Dearing (Prof, Biology).
Physiological ecology; plant-mammal interactions; disease ecology
Jim Ehleringer (Distinguished Prof, Biology).
Global changes, plant ecology, and stable isotopes
Kristen Hawkes (Distinguished Prof, Anthropology).
Human evolution, behavioral ecology, sociobiology, hunter-gatherers, life history evolution,
Douglas Jones (Assoc. Prof, Anthropology).
Biocultural perspectives on mate choice, human behavioral ecology, evolutionary psychology, kinship; Brazil
Leslie Knapp (Prof and Dept. Chair, Anthropology).
Primate immunogenetics and molecular ecology
Karen Leslie Kramer (Assoc. Prof, Anthropology).
Behavioral ecology, demography, cooperative breeding, evolution and economics of childhood & parenting; hunter-gatherers and agriculturalists; Latin America
John M. McCullough (Prof, Anthropology).
Physical anthropology, ecological genetics, human variation; the Americas, Yucatan, Europe
Duncan Metcalfe (Assoc. Prof). Archaeological method and theory, evolutionary ecology;
western North America
James F. O'Connell (Distinguished Prof Emeritus, Anthropology).
Hunter-gatherer ecology, archaeological method and theory; Australia, Africa, North America
Dennis H. O'Rourke (Prof, Anthropology).
Population and evolutionary genetics, genetic epidemiology, quantitative methods, native America, Arctic regions and Siberia
Richard R. Paine (Assoc. Prof, Anthropology).
Archaeology, prehistoric demography, complex societies, human/land relationships; Mesoamerica, Europe
Diane Pataki (Assoc. Prof, Biology).
Urban Ecology, Ecohydrology, and Land-Atmosphere interactions
Wayne Potts (Prof, Biology).
Host-pathogen coevolution; behavior; immunogenetics and evolutionary genetics
Alan R. Rogers (Prof, Anthropology).
Population genetics, evolutionary ecology.
Jon Seger (Prof, Biology).
Evolutionary biology, genetics
Cagan Sekercioglu (Asst. Prof, Biology).
Avian ecology, climate change, community-based conservation, conservation finance, ecosystem services, entomology, landscape ecology, ornithology, primatology, tropical ecology