I've been recently awarded an Early Career grant from my new University to support the presentation of my research at the upcoming AAPA meeting in Atlanta (Georgia, US). It's great news because I am presenting results from two projects* **. The first (Miszkiewicz et al.) is a collaboration with colleagues at the Wellington University (NZ) and University of Kent (UK), and now at a manuscript stage, so I look forward to receiving feedback from international specialists. The second abstract (Mahoney et al.) promotes my manuscript currently in press in the Journal of Anatomy, and is a result of an international collaboration between physical anthropologists from the University of Kent (UK), University of Michigan (USA), and the Ohio State University (USA).
Miszkiewicz JJ, Bennett C, Johns SE, Mahoney P. Femoral bone remodeling comparisons between adult males and females from medieval England.
Mahoney P, Miszkiewicz JJ, Pitfield R, Schlecht SH, Deter CA, Guatelli-Steinberg D. Biorhythms, deciduous enamel thickness, and primary bone growth in modern human children: a test of the Havers-Halberg Oscilliation hypothesis.