, healing, and possible treatment of trauma in the medieval cemetery population of St.
of vertebral degenerative disease in a Pre-Columbian Muisca series from Colombia.
of developmental dysplasia of the hip and the swaddling dilemma amongthe indigenous populations of North America," American Journal of Human Biology, vol.
of a central California prehistoric population from CA-ALA-329:II.
of Pre-Columbian and Colonial Panama Viejo: A Preliminary Study.
Chew, "Porotic Hyperostosis and Paleoepidemiology
: A Forensic Perspective on Anemia among the Ancient Maya," American Anthropologist 100, no.
; the epidemiology of human remains.
Baker and Lisa Kealhofer, which ventures into skeletal biology, paleoepidemiology
, and related environmental areas.
Dental disease from prehistory to the post- medieval period in Britain: Frequency and paleoepidemiology
. - Paleopathology Association 30th annual meeting (North America) April 22 and 23, 2003, Tempe, Arizona, abstracts.
Paradox and promise: Research on the role of recent advances in paleodemography and paleoepidemiology
to the study of "health" in Precolumbian societies.