Human Evolutionary Genomics

EVANTH 514.01

Human evolutionary history as studied from the perspective of the genome. Nature of contemporary genomic data and how they are interpreted in the context of the fossil record, comparative anatomy, psychology, and cultural studies. Examination of both the origin of modern humans as a distinct species and subsequent migration across the world. Emphasis on language, behavior, and disease susceptibility as traits of particular evolutionary interest. Instructor: Wray

Day / Time: 

TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM

Location: 

Bio Sci 130

Instructor: 

Wray, Gregory