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    Biological Anthropologist

    University of Washington

     

     

  • About Me

    Assistant Professor

    Department of Anthropology, University of Washington

    My research examines biocultural influences on growth, development, and reproduction. I work with two ongoing studies of indigenous health across the life course: the Chaco Area Reproductive Ecology Program (Co-PI) and the Tsimane Health and Life History Project (Affiliate). Recent research topics include: the influence of birth mode, breastfeeding, and complementary feeding on infant health, growth, and maternal reproductive outcomes; infant microbial development; female growth and hormonal transitions during puberty; community based participatory research. Please contact me if you are an interested graduate student or collaborator (martinm7@uw.edu)

     

    Appointments and Education:

    2016 - 2018 Postdoctoral Associate, Yale University

    2008 - 2015 MA/PhD, University of California Santa Barbara

    2004 - 2007 BA University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras

  • Research

    Projects and Collaborators