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Kara C Hoover


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Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Alaska. Associate Faulty Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Alaska. Honorary Research Fellow, Anthropology, Durham University. I am an evolutionary bioanthropologist interested in the genetic and ecological context for human adaptation. My research in population genetics investigates questions about human sensory ecology and evolutionary adaptation with regards to the human sense of smell. Previous research in paleobiology focused on measures of adaptation via developmental stability and resilience.

Anthropology Bioinformatics Climate Change Biology Ecology Evolutionary Studies Genetics

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Associated Faculty

University of Alaska
August 2011
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Associate Professor

University of Alaska - Fairbanks
August 2008
Anthropology

Honorary Research Fellow

Durham University
October 2016
Anthropology

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