Amy Anderson

Graduate Student


Integrative Anthropological Sciences (IAS)

  • Skeletal Biology
  • Paleopathology
  • Evolutionary Medicine


BA in Classics/Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


2020.        C Hové, BC Trumble, AS Anderson, J Stieglitz, H Kaplan, MD Gurven, AD Blackwell.  Immune function during pregnancy varies between ecologically distinct populations. Evolution, Medicine, & Public Health. DOI: 10.1093/emph/eoaa022

2020.        LO O’Donnell, EC Hill, AS Anderson, HJH Edgar.
Cribra orbitalia and porotic hyperostosis are associated with respiratory infections in
a contemporary mortality sample from New Mexico. American Journal of Physical
Anthropology. DOI:10.1002/ajpa.24131

2019.        AS Anderson, B Trumble, C Hove, TS Kraft, H Kaplan, M Gurven, AD Blackwell.
Old friends and friendly fire: Pregnancy, hookworm infection, and anemia among
tropical horticulturalists. American Journal of Human Biology. DOI:10.1002/ajhb.23337

Revise and resubmit.        W McCool, AS Anderson, D Kennett. Navigating the Osteological Paradox using a Multimethod Life History Approach: A case study from Late Intermediate period (950 - 1450 C.E.) Nasca, Peru. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.

Revise and resubmit.        AS Anderson, ML Sutherland, LO O’Donnell, EC Hill, DR Hunt, AD Blackwell, MD Gurven. Do computed tomography findings agree with traditional osteological examination? The case of porous cranial lesions. International Journal of Paleopathology.        

Submitted. LO O’Donnell, EC Hill, AS Anderson, HJH Edgar. A biological approach to adult sex differences in skeletal indicators of childhood stress.


Anth 180A – Human Osteology