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Kevin M. Kelly <firstname.lastname@example.org>
University of Iowa
Health and human variation
|Address:||Dept of Occ and Env Health
UI Research Campus, #104 IREH
U of Iowa College of Public Health
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
|Secondary Phone:||(319) 377-5364|
|Fax Number:||(319) 377-5364|
|List Affiliations:||Former List Editor for H-MedAnthro
Environmental History / Studies
Research and Methodology
I am a biological anthropologist with broad training in the four fields of anthropology and a focus on the origins, manifestations and measurement of human variation. I have three degrees (all in anthropology): a BA from the University of Iowa (1977), an AM (1980) and a PhD (1988) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I have worked as a research scientist in the College of Medicine, the supervisor of clinical research in a for-profit hospital and am currently a research scientist in the College of Public Health.
Significant publications include: Kelly KM (1990) Gm polymorphisms, linguistic affinities, and natural selection in Melanesia. Current Anthropology 31:201-219; Kelly KM, Littlefield TR, Pomatto JK, Ripley CE, Beals SP, Joganic EF (1999) Importance of early recognition and treatment of deformational plagiocephaly with orthotic cranioplasty. American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, 36: 127-30 and Kelly KM (2002) Population. In: JP Hart and JE Terrell (eds.) Darwin and Archaeology: A Handbook of Key Concepts. Greenwood Publishers: Westport, Connecticut, pp. 243-256.
In addition, since 1998, I have been the sole proprietor of www.KellyWebworks.com, a home business whose mission is to assist not-for-profit groups and small businesses establish a web presences.