C.G Tuner II/Cambridge University Press Poster Competition
Every year, the Dental Anthropology Association aims to support student research. This competition is designed to recognize outstanding student posters in the realm of dental anthropology.
Eligibility: Any graduate student who is a senior author on a poster that focuses on a dental anthropological theme. Topics include human and primate anatomy/development, paleoanthropology, diet/health, bioarchaeology, human and primate evolution, human and primate morphology/metrics, or any field that draws upon dental data.
Check back for more information closer to the 89th Annual meetings, April 15-18, 2020.
Luke Fannin (prizewinner), with co-authors D. Guatelli-Steinberg, E. Geissler, P. Constantino, and W.S. McGraw “Frequency of Enamel Chipping in Tai Forest Cercopithecids: Implications for Dietary Reconstruction in the Fossil Record”
Jennifer Nelson (prizewinner), with co-authors L. Harrington, E. holland, and H.F.V. Cardoso “Do Teeth Forming in Different Early Life Periods Show Differential Discrepancy with Known Age?”
Nina Maaranen (prizewinner), with co-authors S.R. Zakrzewski and H. Schutkowksi “Hyskos in Egypt—Utilizing Biodistance Methods to Interpret Archaeological adn Textural Evidence from Tell el-Dab’a”
Emma Lagan (prizewinner), with co-authors D.E. Ehrlich, S.S. Pesce, "Dentine Without Borders: An Improved Dental Macrowear Scoring Method with Cross-Cultural Adaptation"
Jessica Droke (prizewinner), with co-authors C.W. Schmidt, F. L'Engle-Williams, W.M. Karriger, F.H. Smith, G. Becam, M. de Lumley: "Regional Variability in Diet Between Northern and Mediterranean Neandertals: Evidence from Dental Microwear Texture Analysis"
Keegan Selig (prizewinner), with co-authors S. Lopez-Torres, A. Hartstone-Rose, A.M. Burrows, and M.T. Silcox: "Differential Enamel Thickness n the Anterior Dentition as a Signal for Gouging Behavior"