Alexis Dolphin
519-888-4567 x32603
PAS 2015


  • Chemical variations in teeth and what they reveal about the lives of their owners
  • Dental anthropology, human osteology, bioarchaeology, paleonutrition and paleopollution, with a particular emphasis on reconstructing the experiences of children in the past
  • Histological and microspatial chemical analyses (LA-ICP-MS, synchrotron) of ancient teeth and bones
  • The human body and its shifting location in debates regarding ownership of biomaterials, sex/gender and sexuality, and the evolution of human behavioural universals
Faculty→Arts; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health