Patrick Randolph-Quinney

Patrick Randolph-Quinney


Aan experienced researcher and fieldworker with interests in the application of biological anthropology across differing historical timescales, from the Middle Pleistocene to present. My areas of interest include: forensic anthropology and archaeology; palaeoanthropology; prehistoric archaeology and bioarchaeology; geometric morphometric methods (GMM); and the application of statistics in the life sciences, forensic sciences, and evolutionary biology.

Anatomy & Physiology Anthropology Evolutionary Studies Statistics

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University of the Witwatersrand
School of Anatomical Sciences

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