I am a faculty member in the Richard Gilder Graduate School at the American Museum of Natural History.
I am also a faculty member of the Koobi Fora Field School. This field school combines traditional instruction with field-based research projects collecting original data relevant for hominin evolution. Click here to learn more about this field program in remote northern Kenya!
In the past I have taught cadaver-based human gross anatomy for health professionals. Some of the courses and locations I have taught include:
I am also engaged in public outreach through digital media and in-person events. I have hosted introductory and advanced anatomy-focused outreach events for grade school, high-school, and community college students. I am actively working towards publicly-accessible written science, which can impact a larger community online (for instance, click here) and through social media initiatives (for instance, click here).