Jacob R. Winn
Academic interests: Evolution, Genetics, Bioarchaeology
Previous degrees: BA (2007), University of Nevada, Reno
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org, (775) 747-6012
Biography: Jacob, born and raised in the Truckee Meadows, is a third-year MA student. During his bachelor's studies, he conducted field work at Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University, worked on independent research in contrasting patterns of dental microtrauma between Eskimo and European populations, and volunteered in the historic lab and the anthropological museum at UNR. While completing his graduate degree, his focus has been physical anthropology.
- 2011 Scott, G. R., and J. Winn. Dental Chipping: Contrasting Pattern of Microtrauma in Inuit and European Populations. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 21:723-731.