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Selina Carlhoff

Postdoc

Department of Archaeogenetics
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig

phone: +49 (0) 341 3550 820
e-mail: selina_carlhoff@[>>> Please remove the text! <<<]eva.mpg.de

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Curriculum Vitae
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Interests

I'm primarily interested in understanding regional connectivity and local community structure through the combination of archaeological, anthropological, and archaeogenetic approaches. The focus of my PhD has lain on the human history of Southeast Asia from the Holocene to colonial times, but my Postdoc also includes projects studying post-Bronze Age Central Europe. I have experience working in the laboratory, as well as bioinformatic pipeline building, and am co-organiser of the department's Ethics Interest Group.

Curriculum Vitae

since 03/2023 Postdoc within the ERC-funded project "MICROSCOPE" under Dr. Stephan Schiffels
09/2018 - 02/2023 PhD Student under supervision of Prof. Dr. Johannes Krause, Jun.-Prof. Dr. Cosimo Posth, and Dr. Kathrin Nägele
"Human Archaeogenomics of Southeast Asia"
09/2014 - 06/2018 M.Sci. Marine Biology, University of Southampton, UK
"A phylogenetic study of traits and character evolution in periwinkles (Gastropoda: Littorininae)"

Publications

2022

Miszkiewicz, J. J., Buckley, H. R., Feldman, M., Kiko, L., Carlhoff, S., Nägele, K., Bertolini, E., Guimarães, N. R. D., Walker, M. M., Powell, A., Posth, C., & Kinaston , R. L. (2022). Female bone physiology resilience in a past Polynesian Outlier community. Scientific Reports, 12: 18857.
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Oliveira, S., Nägele, K., Carlhoff, S., Pugach, I., Koesbardiati, T., Hübner, A., Meyer, M., Oktaviana, A. A., Takenaka, M., Katagiri, C., Murti, D. B., Putri, R. S., Mahirta, Petchey, F., Higham, T., Higham, C., O’Connor, S., Hawkins, S., Kinaston, R., Bellwood, P., Ono, R., Powell, A., Krause, J., Posth, C., & Stoneking, M. (2022). Ancient genomes from the last three millennia support multiple human dispersals into Wallacea. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 6, 1024-1034.
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2021

Carlhoff, S., Duli, A., Nägele, K., Nur, M., Skov, L., Sumantri, I., Oktaviana, A. A., Hakim, B., Burhan, B., Syahdar, F. A., McGahan, D. P., Bulbeck, D., Perston, Y. L., Newman, K., Saiful, A. M., Ririmasse, M., Chia, S., Hasanuddin, Pulubuhu, D. A. T., Suryatman, Supriadi, Jeong, C., Peter, B. M., Prüfer, K., Powell, A., Krause, J., Posth, C., & Brumm, A. (2021). Genome of a middle Holocene hunter-gatherer from Wallacea. Nature, 596, 543-547.
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