Contact Emma Hatcher
Mail: Department of Anthropology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO
Graduate Student, Department of Anthropology
B.S. in Anthropology, Minor in Human Integrative Biology, University of Utah
Evolutionary ecology; health and well-being; biogeography
Emma's research is focused on human biogeography in late Pleistocene Central Asia, and implications for health in human-environment systems using spatial archaeological and paleoclimate data. Her interests include human settlement of extreme environments, adaptation, and the changes in epigenetics through time that have resulted in autoimmune health phenomena. During her time at CSU, she has worked on a stable isotope project with the Paleontology Field School Laboratory and has participated in archaeological excavations in Finland and Colorado.