Allison E. Mann, PhD


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About me

I’m a biological anthropologist interested in how microbes can help us understand human evolution, history, and diversity. My research is focused on the ecological role of microbial eukaryotes and host-associated worms in diverse species. In addition, I am interested in understanding human-associated microbial diversity in the past by analyzing preserved paleofeces and dental calculus from archaeological collections. Python programmer and mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Currently a postdoctoral research associate at Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, USA.