I am a bioarchaeologist and Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Texas A&M University—Central Texas. My research explores health, disease, and dietary patterns of prehistoric hunter-gatherers in the Lower Pecos and Coastal regions of Texas. My research interests include paleopathology, human osteology, paleonutrition, and hunter-gatherer archaeology and prehistory. I currently teach anthropology, criminal justice, and sociology courses, including Bioarchaeology, Biological Anthropology, Archaeology, Forensic Anthropology, and Race and Ethnic Relations. This is my professional website, but I also keep a personal blog updated with news and photos of my teaching and research endeavours.
Stable Carbon Isotopes from the Stiver Ranch Burial Sinkhole (41KM140). Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society. 76:165‐171