Our broad team studies the human past, both ancient and recent, through interdisciplinary approaches.
We use genetics as a powerful source of information that will complement material culture and bioarchaeology studies. We thus investigate human history at the level of local sociocultural dynamics, such as kinship patterns among burials, and broad-scale demographic history.
We invite archeologists, anthropologists, zooarcheologists and archaeobotanists working on Eurasian and African sites to contact us to discuss scientific collaboration opportunities.
We are also open to collaborate on conservation genetics projects involving ancient speciments from wild or domestic species.