- Forensic identification of human remains for law enforcement agencies
- Human evolutionary studies
- DNA studies and paleopathology of Northern Plains burials
- North American precontact archaeology
- Archaeology of Wanuskewin Heritage Park and Big Muddy
3M Teaching Fellowship, 2007
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Evans CP, Aitken AE,
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bison collagen as a proxy for Holocene Climate on the Northern Plains, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, and Palaeoecology 239 (1 and 2): 87-99.
Forensic Anthropology Geoarchaeology Osteology Paleoenvironmental studies Plains Archaeology
Biological Anthropology – Major interests are in the area of human Osteology and skeletal biology including paleopathology and forensic anthropology. Forensic identification of human remains for law enforcement agencies is a specialty. Secondary interests include human evolutionary studies and vertebrate paleontology. Ongoing research includes projects in DNA studies and the paleopathology of some Northern Plains burials.
Archaeology – The major research interests are centered around North American precontact archaeology specializing in the