My archaeological work is focused on individual life histories, tracking changes in people’s diet, health and interaction with the environment throughout their lives, from early childhood to adulthood.
At VUB, my research involves isotope analysis of strontium ratios in plant samples to build isoscapes and make predictions about the provenance of people and animals in the past.
As a part of my research at the University of Oxford, I combine multiple isotopic proxies with GIS-based spatial analysis to investigate Neolithic micro-regional connectivity in the Baikal region, Southern Siberia. To date, I have also analysed human skeletons and mummies from the UK, Poland, Peru and the Canary Islands.
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