Florence Lee

Education:
Ph.D. Anthropology, University at Albany - SUNY [In Progress]
M.A. Anthropology, Wichita State University, 2015
B.A. Anthropology, Michigan State University, 2013

Contact:
flee2@albany.edu

Research Interests:
Autoimmune Disease, Biocultural Processes, Environmental Toxicants

Area of Study / Field site:
United States

Academic Advisor & Subfield:
Dr. Lawrence Schell; Biological Anthropology

CV Link

I am interested in exposures to environmental toxicants and how it is associated with autoimmune disease.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE & DISTINCTIONS

POSITIONS

Graduate Teaching Assistant:
-ANT 318 Anatomy and Physiology II - Present
-ANT 316 Anatomy and Physiology I - Fall 2016
-ANT 119 City and Human Health - Spring 2016
-ANT 211 Human Population Biology - Fall 2015

Lab Instructor: Fall 2016 - Present
-ANT 318 Anatomy and Physiology II
-ANT 316 Anatomy and Physiology I

Lab Director: September 2014 – May 2015

Graduate Research Assistant: January 2013 – May 2014

AWARDS AND HONORS

-GSA Professional Development Grant, March 2017
-GSEU Professional Development Award, April 2016
-Jackman Scholarship, August 2014 – May 2015
-Graduate Research Assistantship, January 2014 – May 2014
-Central States Anthropology Conference Travel Grant, October 2013
-Wichita State University, Torrence & Wyonne Townsend Bone Fund

PUBLICATIONS

Lee,Florence. Sexual Dimorphism in the Human Cranial Vault: A Study of Size and Shape Variation in Two North American Samples. 91st Annual Meeting of the Central States Anthropological Society. Normal,IL., 2014.