Molecular Anthropology Group at the University of Oregon

We are a research group that provides an engaging and collaborative environment for faculty and students interested in the ecology and evolution of humans and non-human primates. We are comprised of two independent yet complementary research programs that carry affiliations with the Department of Anthropology and the Institute of Ecology and Evolution. We employ a variety of molecular methods from the fields of genetics, genomics, and molecular cell biology in order to examine primate biology and evolution at the population and species-levels.

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The Sterner Lab is interested in the genetic basis of distinctive human and non-human primate traits. Learn more…
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The Ting Lab is interested in genomics, evolutionary ecology, and conservation in natural populations. Learn more…

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