Justin Ledogar
Assistant Research Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology

My primary research interests focus on feeding biomechanics and dietary adaptations in extant primates, including modern humans, as well as in fossil hominin species. I apply a range of methods in addressing the questions that interest me, including computer-assisted engineering techniques and the mechanical testing of primate foods in the wild.

See my research website here: https://justinledogar.weebly.com

Current Research Interests

Paleoanthropology, primate functional morphology, feeding biomechanics, primate dietary ecology.

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