Patxi Pérez Ramallo (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena, Germany. Faculty of Medicine and Nursing, University of the Basque Country, San Sebastián-Donostia, Spain), on Tuesday, March 12th at 16:00, room 1.63 (sala "dziekańska"), will give a seminar on "Reading between the bones: osteological, stable isotopes, C14, and aDNA techniques on human archaeological remains". Seminar will take place at the Faculty of Historical Sciences, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, ul. Umultowska 89d (campus Morasko).

Reading between the bones:
osteological, stable isotopes, C14, and aDNA techniques
on human archaeological remains



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Patxi Pérez Ramallo received a BA in History with triple specialisation in Archaeology, Prehistory and Medieval Age at the University of Santiago de Compostela (2012). Ramallo also received a MSc in Archaeological Sciences at the University of Bradford (2015). He is currently a doctoral student and researcher in the Forensic Analysis Program at the Faculty of Medicine in the University of the Basque Country (November 2016). Since 2015, he is the head of an interdisciplinary project about the origin and evolution of the Medieval Camino and the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
Patxi Pérez Ramallo is committed to applying archaeological science methodologies such as osteology, stable isotope and aDNA, within multidisciplinary research programmes that are focused on geographical mobility, diet, pathologies and genetics, linked to religious and ritual contexts.  

Alexandra Staniewska - email: alesta@amu.edu.pl

Opieka naukowa: prof. dr hab. Ewa Domańska

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