Biological Anthropology

Yale’s Ph.D. program in Biological Anthropology offers graduate training across a wide array of topics, including the evolution of humans and other primates; primate morphology, ecology and behavior; human evolutionary biology and reproductive ecology; biocultural anthropology; global health; paleoarchaeology; and evolutionary genomics. Faculty in biological anthropology also work with graduate students in the MD/Ph.D. Program and the Combined Ph.D. in Anthropology and the School of the Environment.


Resources and Common Connections:


Yale Biological Anthropology Laboratories

Biological Anthropology “Brown Beer” Colloquium Series

Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies

Yale Peabody Museum

MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences

Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry

Yale School of Public Health

Yale School of the Environment

Jackson School of Global Affairs

Yale Institute of Global Health

Council on Archaeological Studies