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Human Population History (Mark Stoneking)

We are using the methods of modern molecular genetics to investigate questions that anthropologists are interested in concerning the origin, relationships, history, structure and migration patterns of human populations. Depending on the question, we analyze variation in mitochondrial DNA, Y-chromosome DNA and/or autosomal DNA in either contemporary populations or ancient specimens.

CV Mark Stoneking

As the group ends with my retirement in June 2022, now seems like an opportune time to acknowledge the diversity of our members, visitors, and assistants, and how much they have contributed to the achievements and success of the Human Population History group:

Out now!



Mark Stoneking

An Introduction to Molecular Anthropology