B.A in Anthropology (University of Manitoba)
MPhil and PhD in Biological Anthropology (University of Cambridge)
PhD Thesis: Cranial Diversity and the Evolutionary History of South Asian Populations
Biological (Physical) Anthropology, Human Osteology, Evolution of Human Diversity, Affinities, Adaptations and Dispersals, Palaeopathology, Palaeodemography, Craniometry, Mortuary Practices, Statistics for Anthropology, Biological Anthropology of South Asians and Field Studies in Anthropology.
My research explores patterns in the evolutionary history of South Asians from prehistoric to recent times, using techniques and methods in human osteology. I am particularly interested in the relationship between human dispersals, local adaptions, and affinities among Old World populations. I am involved as a Biological Anthropologist in on-going excavation projects in Sri Lanka, where prehistoric and historic human skeletal remains are being recovered.