On research in South Africa

Dr. Alexandra Uhl is a distinguished scholar specializing in evolutionary biology and biological archaeology. Their interdisciplinary work spans the captivating fields of Human Evolution, Anatomy and Physiology, Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, and Paleoanthropology. Dr. Uhl’s research also delves into the intriguing aspects of behavior and mating choices in modern humans, as well as the study of ontogeny. This comprehensive expertise allows Dr. Uhl to weave together threads from these diverse fields, providing a unique perspective on the intricate tapestry of human history, development, and evolution.