Assistant Professor of Biology
I am currently an Assistant Professor of Biology at Chatham University. My research focuses on the evolution of human anatomy and locomotion.
Kevin's public data
Wenner-Gren Foundation Dissertation Fieldwork Grant: A novel experimentally-based investigation of Plio-Pleistocene fossil hominin footprints (2012)
NSF SBE Interdisciplinary Postdoctoral Fellowship: Computer Science meets Anthropology: a novel approach for reconstructing locomotion from fossil human footprints (2014)
NSF DDIG: Fossil footprints and the dynamics of footprint formation: Implications for the evolution of human gait (2012)
Leakey Foundation doctoral research grant: Fossil hominin footprints and the dynamics of footprint formation (2012)