Justin Ledogar
Assistant Research Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology

I am a biological anthropologist who studies the functional morphology and evolution of the craniofacial complex and teeth in primates. My primary research interests focus on understanding the feeding biomechanics and dietary adaptations of fossil hominins and extant primate species, including modern humans.

Current Research Interests

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

Current Appointments & Affiliations

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