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Anne Stone is Professor in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at the Arizona State University. Her specialization and main area of interest is anthropological genetics. Currently, her research focuses on population history and understanding how humans and the great apes have adapted to their environments, including their disease and dietary environments. This has three main strands: (a) Native American population history, (b) the evolutionary history of the Great Apes, and (c) understanding the co-evolutionary history of mycobacteria (specifically M ycobacterium tuberculosis and M. leprae, the causative agents of tuberculosis and leprosy, respectively) with human and non-human primates. She has been a Fulbright Fellow (1992-93) and a Kavli Scholar (2007), and in 2011 she was elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She has served on the editorial boards of the American Journal of Physical Anthropology and the Journal of Human Evolution, and currently serves as a senior editor of Molecular Biology and Evolution.

 

Dr. Stone received undergraduate degrees in archaeology and biology from the University of Virginia. She has a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the Pennsylvania State University. During her graduate study, she received a Fulbright scholarship to study at the Ludwig Maximillian University in Munich, Germany with Dr. Svante Pääbo. After completing her Ph.D., Dr. Stone received a National Institutes of Health NRSA Post-doctoral fellowship to work with Dr. Michael Hammer at the University of Arizona. Before joining the faculty at ASU in 2003, Dr. Stone taught at the University of New Mexico.

 

Research Interests

As a professor in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change, my specialization and main area of interest is anthropological genetics. In particular, I am working on applications of population genetics to questions concerning the origins, population history and evolution of humans and the great apes. At present, my research examines the biological history of Native Americans, both ancient and modern, with a current focus on native Peruvian populations. I am also interested in the evolution and genetic diversity of primates, particularly the genus Pan, which includes chimpanzees and bonobos. This research includes investigating genetic variation using mitochondrial DNA and Y chromosome sequences, as well as autosomal markers to understand population history. Finally, I am examining the phylogeny and evolution of Mycobacteria, particularly tuberculosis in both modern and ancient contexts.

Courses

Summer 2015

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SSH 792 Research

Spring 2015

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASM 301 Peopling of the World
ASM 484 Internship
ASM 493 Honors Thesis
ASM 499 Individualized Instruction
ASM 590 Reading and Conference
ASM 592 Research
ASM 790 Reading and Conference
ASM 792 Research
ASM 799 Dissertation
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
SSH 484 Internship
SSH 492 Honors Directed Study
SSH 493 Honors Thesis
SSH 499 Individualized Instruction
SSH 590 Reading and Conference
SSH 593 Applied Project
SSH 790 Reading and Conference
SSH 792 Research
SSH 799 Dissertation

Fall 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASM 446 Principles of Human Genetics
ASM 484 Internship
ASM 492 Honors Directed Study
ASM 499 Individualized Instruction
ASM 546 Principles of Human Genetics
ASM 590 Reading and Conference
ASM 592 Research
ASM 790 Reading and Conference
ASM 792 Research
ASM 799 Dissertation
BIO 446 Principles of Human Genetics
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
BIO 546 Principles of Human Genetics
SSH 484 Internship
SSH 492 Honors Directed Study
SSH 493 Honors Thesis
SSH 499 Individualized Instruction
SSH 590 Reading and Conference
SSH 790 Reading and Conference
SSH 792 Research
SSH 799 Dissertation

Summer 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SSH 792 Research

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASM 345 Disease and Human Evolution
ASM 484 Internship
ASM 492 Honors Directed Study
ASM 493 Honors Thesis
ASM 499 Individualized Instruction
ASM 579 Proposal Writing
ASM 590 Reading and Conference
ASM 592 Research
ASM 790 Reading and Conference
ASM 792 Research
ASM 799 Dissertation
BIO 493 Honors Thesis
SSH 484 Internship
SSH 492 Honors Directed Study
SSH 493 Honors Thesis
SSH 499 Individualized Instruction
SSH 590 Reading and Conference
SSH 593 Applied Project
SSH 790 Reading and Conference
SSH 792 Research
SSH 799 Dissertation

Fall 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASM 345 Disease and Human Evolution
ASM 484 Internship
ASM 492 Honors Directed Study
ASM 493 Honors Thesis
ASM 499 Individualized Instruction
ASM 590 Reading and Conference
ASM 592 Research
ASM 790 Reading and Conference
ASM 792 Research
ASM 799 Dissertation
BIO 492 Honors Directed Study
SSH 484 Internship
SSH 492 Honors Directed Study
SSH 493 Honors Thesis
SSH 499 Individualized Instruction
SSH 590 Reading and Conference
SSH 593 Applied Project
SSH 790 Reading and Conference
SSH 792 Research
SSH 799 Dissertation

Summer 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SSH 792 Research

Spring 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASM 301 Peopling of the World
ASM 484 Internship
ASM 492 Honors Directed Study
ASM 493 Honors Thesis
ASM 590 Reading and Conference
ASM 592 Research
ASM 790 Reading and Conference
ASM 792 Research
ASM 799 Dissertation
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
SSH 493 Honors Thesis
SSH 499 Individualized Instruction
SSH 593 Applied Project
SSH 790 Reading and Conference
SSH 792 Research
SSH 799 Dissertation

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASM 484 Internship
ASM 492 Honors Directed Study
ASM 499 Individualized Instruction
ASM 546 Principles of Human Genetics
ASM 590 Reading and Conference
ASM 592 Research
ASM 790 Reading and Conference
ASM 792 Research
ASM 799 Dissertation
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
BIO 546 Principles of Human Genetics
SSH 484 Internship
SSH 492 Honors Directed Study
SSH 493 Honors Thesis
SSH 499 Individualized Instruction
SSH 790 Reading and Conference
SSH 792 Research
SSH 799 Dissertation

Summer 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SSH 792 Research

Spring 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASM 484 Internship
ASM 492 Honors Directed Study
ASM 493 Honors Thesis
ASM 499 Individualized Instruction
ASM 590 Reading and Conference
ASM 592 Research
ASM 790 Reading and Conference
ASM 792 Research
ASM 799 Dissertation
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
SSH 484 Internship
SSH 492 Honors Directed Study
SSH 493 Honors Thesis
SSH 499 Individualized Instruction
SSH 590 Reading and Conference
SSH 593 Applied Project
SSH 790 Reading and Conference
SSH 792 Research
SSH 799 Dissertation

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 598 Special Topics
ASM 345 Disease and Human Evolution
ASM 499 Individualized Instruction
ASM 590 Reading and Conference
ASM 592 Research
ASM 790 Reading and Conference
ASM 792 Research
ASM 799 Dissertation
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
BIO 499 Individualized Instruction
MCB 591 Seminar

Spring 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASM 301 Peopling of the World
ASM 499 Individualized Instruction
ASM 590 Reading and Conference
ASM 592 Research
ASM 790 Reading and Conference
ASM 792 Research
ASM 799 Dissertation

Fall 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASM 499 Individualized Instruction
ASM 590 Reading and Conference
ASM 592 Research
ASM 790 Reading and Conference
ASM 792 Research
ASM 799 Dissertation

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Bos KI*, Harkins KM*, Herbig A*, Coscolla M*, Weber N, Comas I, Forrest SA, Parkhill J, Bryant J, Harris SR, Schuenemann VJ, Campbell TJ, Majander K, Wilbur AK, Guichon RA, Wolfe Steadman DL, Cook DC, Niemann S, Behr MA, Zumarraga M, Huson D, Nieselt K, Young D, Buikstra JE, Gagneux S, AC. Stone, and Krause J. Pre-Columbian mycobacterial genomes reveal seals as a source of New World human tuberculosis. Nature (2014).

  2. Lou DI, McBee RM, Uyen QL, Stone AC, Wilkerson GK, Demogines AM, and Sawyer SL. Rapid evolution of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 proteins in humans and other primates.. BMC Evolutionary Biology (2014).

  3. Malukiewicz J, Boere V, Fuzessy L, Grativol AD, French JA, de Oliveira e Silva I, Pereira LCM, Ruiz-Miranda CR, Valenca YM, and Stone AC. Hybridization effects and genetic diversity of the common and black tufted marmoset (Callithrix jacchus and C. penicillata) mitochondrial control region. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (2014).

  4. Benn Torres J, Stone AC, and Kittles R. An Anthropological Genetic Perspective on Creolization in the Anglophone Caribbean. The American Journal of Physical Anthropology (2013).

  5. Ferreira Z, Hurle B, Andres A, Kretzschmar W, Mullikin J, Cherukuri P, Cruz P, Gonder MK, Stone AC, Tishkoff S, Swanson W, NISC Comparative Sequencing Program, Clark AG, Green E, and S Seixas. Sequence diversity of Pan troglodytes subspecies and the impact of WFDC6 selective constraints in reproductive immunity.. Genome Biology and Evolution (2013).

  6. Ferguson W, Dvora S, Stone AC, and Boissinot S. Long-term balancing selection at the antiviral gene OAS1 in central African chimpanzees.. Molecular Biology and Evolution (2012).

  7. Iskow RC, Gokcumen O, Abyzov A, Malukiewicz J, Zhu Q, Sukumar AT, Pai AA, Mills RE, Habegger L, Cusanovich DA, Rubel MA, Perry GH, Gerstein M, Stone AC, Gilad Y, and Lee C.. Regulatory element copy number differences shape primate expression profiles.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA (2012).

  8. Book chapter: Wilbur AK and Stone AC. Using ancient DNA techniques to study human disease.. The Global History of Paleopathology:Pioneers and Prospects. Oxford University Press (2012).

  9. Claw KG, Tito RY, Stone AC, and Verrelli BC.. Haplotype structure and divergence at human and chimpanzee serotonin transporter and receptor genes: implications for behavioral disorder association analyses.. Molecular Biology and Evolution (2010).

  10. Klaus H, Wilbur AK, Temple D, Buikstra, JE, Stone AC, Fernandez M, Wester C, and Tam M.. Tuberculosis on the North Coast of Peru: Skeletal and Molecular Paleopathology of Late Pre-Hispanic and Postcontact Mycobacterial Disease.. Journal of Archaeological Science (2010).

  11. Stone AC, Battistuzzi F, Kubatko LS, Perry GH, Trudeau E, Lin H, and Kumar S.. Analysis of complete mtDNA sequences in Pan.. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B (2010).

  12. Perry GH, Yang F, Marques-Bonet T, Murphy C, Fitzgerald T, Lee AS, Hyland C, Smith RS, Stone AC, Hurles ME, Tyler-Smith C, Eichler EE, Carter NP, Lee C, and Redon R.. Copy number variation and genome evolution in humans and chimpanzees.. Genome Research (2008).

  13. Verrelli BC, Stone AC, and Lewis CM. Different Selective Pressures Shape the Molecular Evolution of Color Vision in Human and Chimpanzee Populations. Molecular Biology and Evolution (2008).

  14. A. Wilbur, L. Kubatko, J. Feurstein, Ana Hurtado, Kim Hill, Anne Stone. Vitamin D receptor gene polymorphisms and susceptibility M. tuberculosis in Native Paraguayans. Tuberculosis (2007).

  15. C. Becquet, N. Patterson, Anne Stone, M. Przeworski, D. Reich. Elucidating the population structure of chimpanzees. PLOS Genetics (2007).

  16. C. Lewis, A. Cáceres, Anne Stone, B. Lizarraga, R. Tito, P. Lopez, G. Iannacone, A. Medina, R. Marinez, S. Polo, F. de la Cruz. Mitochondrial DNA and the peopling of South America. Human Biology (2007).

  17. C. Lewis, Jane Buikstra, Anne Stone. Ancient DNA and genetic continuity in the south central Andes. Latin American Antiquity (2007).

  18. G. Perry, Anne Stone, N. Dominy, K. Claw, A. Lee, J. Werner, F. Villanea, Rajeev Misra, R. Misra, C. Lee. Diet and the evolution of amylase gene copy number variation among human populations. Nature Genetics (2007).

  19. J. Benn Torres, R. Kittles, Anne Stone. Mitochondrial and Y chromosome diversity in the English-speaking Caribbean. Annals of Human Genetics (2007).

  20. L. Parker-Katiraee, Anne Stone, C. Lee, M. Meguro-Horike, H. Sasaki, K. Kobayashi, S. Scherer, A. Carson, T. Yamada, P. Arnaud, R. Feil, S. Abu-Amero, G. Moore, M. Kaneda, G. Perry. Identification of the imprinted KLF14 transcription factor undergoing human-specific accelerated evolution. PLOS Genetics (2007).

  21. V. Clark, S. Ptak, I. Tiemann, Y. Qian, G. Coop, Anne Stone, M. Przeworski, M. Arnheim, A. Di Rienzo. Combining sperm typing and LD analyses reveals differences in selective pressures or recombination rates across human populations. Genetics (2007).

  22. Anne Stone, Brian Verrelli. Focusing on comparative ape population genetics in the post-genomic age. Current Opinion in Genetics and Development (2006).

  23. G Perry, Brian Verrelli, Anne Stone. Molecular evolution of the primate developmental genes MSX1 and PAX9. Molecular Biology and Evolution (2006).

  24. G Perry, C Lee, Anne Stone, J Tchinda, S McGrath, J Zhang, S Picker, A Cáceres, A Iafrate, S Scherer, E Eichler. Hotspots for copy number variation in chimpanzees and humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA (2006).

  25. S Wooding, M Bamshad, B Bufe, C Grassi, M Howard, Anne Stone, M Vazquez, D Dunn, W Meyerhof, R Weiss. Convergent evolution of bitter taste sensitivity in humans and chimpanzees. Nature (2006).

  26. Book chapter: Stone, Anne C (Author) . Ancient DNA research in North America. Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 3: Environment, Origins, and Population. Smithsonian Press (2006).

  27. C Lewis, R Tito, B Lizarraga, Anne Stone. Land, Language, and Loci: MtDNA in Native Americans and the Genetic History of Perú. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (2005).

  28. G Perry, Brian Verrelli, Anne Stone. Comparative analyses reveal a complex history of molecular evolution for human MYH16. Molecular Biology and Evolution (2005).

  29. S Wooding, Anne Stone, D Dunn, S Mummidi, L Jorde, R Weiss, S Ahuja, M Bamshad. A selective sweep in chimpanzee CCR5 and resistance to AIDS. American Journal of Human Genetics (2005).

  30. Book chapter: Lewis, C M (Author) ,Stone, Anne C (Author) . MtDNA diversity at the archaeological site of Chen Chen in Perú. Biomolecular Archaeology: Genetic Approaches to the Past. Center for Archaeological Investigations (2005).

  31. Book chapter: Monsalve, V M (Author) ,Lewis, C M (Author) ,Stone, Anne C (Author) . DNA analysis of human remains dated circa 500YB found recently in Canada. Biomolecular Archaeology: Genetic Approaches to the Past. Center for Archaeological Investigations (2005).

  32. A Ramenofsky, A Wilbur, Anne Stone. Native American disease history: past, present, future directions. World Archaeology (2003).

  33. B Hofkin, A Wright, J Brown, R Miller, K Rassmann, H Snell, Anne Stone, H Snell. Ancient DNA gives green light to repatriation of Galápagos Iguanas. Conservation Genetics (2003).

  34. O Pearson, Anne Stone. On the diffusion-wave model for the spread of modern humans. Current Anthropology (2003).

  35. Book chapter: Monsalve, M V (Author) ,Stone, Anne C (Author) ,Lewis, C M (Author) ,Rempel, A (Author) ,Richards, M (Author) ,Straathof, D (Author) ,Devine, D V (Author) . MtDNA-analysis of human ancient remains found in a glacier in Canada in 1999. Mummies in a new millenium: proceedings of the 4th congress on mummy studies. Danish Polar Center (2003).

  36. Book chapter: Stone, Anne C (Author) . Extraction and amplification of ancient DNA. PCR Technology: Current Innovations. CRC Press LLC (2003).

  37. Anne Stone, R Griffiths, S Zegura, M Hammer. High levels of Y-chromosome nucleotide diversity in the genus Pan troglodytes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA (2002).

  38. M Bamshad, S Mummidi, E Gonzalez, S Ahuja, D Dunn, Anne Stone, L Jorde, S Ahuja, R Weiss. Evidence of balancing selection in the 5' cis-regulatory region of CCR5. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA (2002).

  39. M Monsalve, Anne Stone, C Lewis, A Rempel, M Richards, D Straathof, D Devine. Molecular analysis of 550 year old human remains found in a glacier in Canada. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (2002).

  40. Book chapter: Stone, Anne C (Author) . The Postdoc Experience - Is There a Light at the End of the Tunnel?. A Guide to Careers in Physical Anthropology. Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc (2002).

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Presentations

  1. Stone AC, Harkins K, Bos K, Coscolla M, Herbig A, Gagneux S, Buikstra J, and Krause J. Mycobacterium tuberculosis: origins and evolution of a human scourge.. symposium, "History and diversity of the human genome". Japanese Society of Human Genetics. Tokyo,. (Nov 2014).
  2. Grieger R, Lund J, Ciambella M, Flansburg C, Madrigal L, and Stone AC Why do some athletes with sickle cell trait suffer from heat illness?. American Society of Human Genetics meetings, San Diego. (Oct 2014).
  3. Stone AC Tuberculosis: origins, migration, and exchange in humans and other primates. Department colloquium, Department of Anthropology, Washington University, St. Louis. (Sep 2014).
  4. Nieves-Colón M, Pestle WJ, and Stone AC Ancient DNA and the population history of pre-Columbian Puerto Rico. Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution meetings, San Juan, Puerto Rico. (Jun 2014).
  5. Krause J, Bos KI, Herbig A, Harkins KM, Buikstra JE, Gagneux S, and Stone AC Pre-Columbian mycobacterial genomes reveals seals as a source of New World human tuberculosis. Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution meetings, San Juan, Puerto Rico. (Jun 2014).
  6. Housman G, Boere V, Gravitol AD, Malukiewicz J, Machado Pereira LC, Pfister LA, de Oliveira Silva I, Ruiz-Miranda CC, Truman R, and Stone AC. Validation of qPCR Methods for the Detection of Mycobacterium in New World Animal Reservoirs.. American Association of Physical Anthropology, Calgary, Canada.. (Apr 2014).
  7. Nieves-Colón M, Pestle WJ, and Stone AC Ancient DNA analysis of human skeletal remains from pre-Columbian Puerto Rico. American Association of Physical Anthropology, Calgary, Canada.. (Apr 2014).
  8. Honap T, Pfister LA, and Stone AC. The origins and evolution of M. leprae.. American Association of Physical Anthropology, Calgary, Canada.. (Apr 2014).
  9. Bos KI, Harkins KM, Herbig A, Gagneux S, Stone AC, and Krause J. A preliminary evaluation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis genomes in the pre-contact New World using high throughput DNA sequencing.. American Association of Physical Anthropology, Calgary, Canada.. (Apr 2014).
  10. Harkins KM and Stone AC Paleogenetic and paleopathological investigation of evidence for leishmaniasis in the New World. American Association of Physical Anthropology, Calgary, Canada.. (Apr 2014).
  11. Stone AC Biogeography of M. tuberculosis before and after the Age of Exploration. Symposium on Disease, Immunity, and Ancient DNA: How interdisciplinary research reveals the evolutio. (Feb 2014).
  12. Stone AC TB and leprosy: origins and exchanges among humans and other primates. Department colloquium, Department of Anthropology, Yale University, New Haven, CT. (Jan 2014).
  13. AC Stone Panel: What can anthropological researchers tell us about the past? Part 2: food and health.. Celebrating the Huron-Wendat Nation in Ontario: Exploring New Approaches to Learn about the Past.. (Sep 2013).
  14. Harkins KM, Schwartz RS, Stone AC, and Cartwright R Phylogenomic investigation of the origins and evolutionary history of Leishmania. Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution Meetings, Chicago, IL. (Jun 2013).
  15. Housman G, Boere V, Grativol AD, Malukiewicz J, Machado Pereira L, De Oliveira Silva I. Ruiz-Miranda CC, and Stone AC Diagnosing Mycobacterium in primates.. American Association of Physical Anthroplogy meetings, Knoxville, TN. (Apr 2013).
  16. Nieves-Colon M, Harkins KM, and Stone AC Obstacles and results of screening ancient skeletal samples for Mycobacterium tuberculosis with real-time PCR. American Association of Physical Anthroplogy meetings, Knoxville, TN. (Apr 2013).
  17. Flansburg C, Godfrey D, Madrigal L, Gonzalez E, and Stone AC Is sickle-cell trait as benign as is usually assumed?. American Association of Physical Anthroplogy meetings, Knoxville, TN. (Apr 2013).
  18. AC Stone DNA analysis of ancient pathogens.. American Association of Physical Anthroplogy meetings, Knoxville, TN. (Apr 2013).
  19. Harkins K and Stone AC Addressing the unresolved phylogeny of Leishmania: a next-gen and ancient DNA approach.. American Association of Physical Anthroplogy meetings, Knoxville, TN. (Apr 2013).
  20. Wilbur AK, Pfister LA, Stone AC, Jones-Engel L From the mouths of monkeys: Tuberculosis among synanthropic primates. American Association of Physical Anthroplogy meetings, Knoxville, TN. (Apr 2013).
  21. Pfister LA and Stone AC On the ecology of leprosy: tails from phylo-genomics.. American Association of Physical Anthroplogy meetings, Knoxville, TN. (Apr 2013).
  22. Malukiewicz J, Boere V, Fuzessy LF, Grativol AD, Pereira LC, De Oliveira Silva I, Ruiz-Miranda CR, Stone AC, Valenca YM Genetic Diversity and Phylogenetics of Two Hybridizing Atlantic Forest Marmoset Species, Common Marmosets (Callithrix jacchus) and Black-Tufted Marmosets (Callthrix penicillata). American Association of Physical Anthroplogy meetings, Knoxville, TN. (Apr 2013).
  23. Campbell TJ, Stone AC, and Ackermann RR Investigating the emergence of tuberculosis in South Africa. American Association of Physical Anthroplogy meetings, Knoxville, TN. (Apr 2013).
  24. AC Stone TB and leprosy: origins and exchanges among humans and other primates.. Seminar in the Department of Genome Sciences at the University of Washington. (Nov 2012).
  25. Pfister LA and Stone AC On the origin of leprosy: a genomics perspective. Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution, Dublin, Ireland. (Jun 2012).
  26. Stover D, Stone AC, and Verrelli BC Recent and contrasting evolutionary change in human and chimpanzee bone phenotypes: primate population genetics of type I collagen (COL1A1). Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution meeting, Dublin, Ireland. (Jun 2012).
  27. Harkins KM, Pfister LA, Rubel M, and Stone AC Optimizing library preparation for next-generation sequencing using ancient TB.. American Association of Physical Anthropologists meetings, Portland, Oregon. (Apr 2012).
  28. Malukiewicz J, , Grativol AD, Ruiz-Miranda CC, and Stone AC Almost carioca: marmoset hybridization in Rio de Janeiro State.. American Association of Physical Anthropologists meetings, Portland, Oregon. (Apr 2012).
  29. AC Stone Pathogens and Genome Evolution. Application of Genomics to Anthropological Research Workshop. (Jan 2012).
  30. Stone AC First settlement and population spread: what can the different disciplines tell us?. Population prehistory of the Andes: a cross-disciplinary conspectus, Max Planck Institute (EVA). (Nov 2011).
  31. AC Stone Population interactions in the Andes. Population prehistory of the Andes: a cross-disciplinary conspectus, Max Planck Institute (EVA). (Nov 2011).
  32. AC Stone Population collapse following first contact.. Population prehistory of the Andes: a cross-disciplinary conspectus, Max Planck Institute (EVA). (Nov 2011).
  33. Banovich NE, Ritzman TB, and Stone AC Genetic approaches to understanding primate craniofacial morphology. Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution meetings. (Jun 2011).
  34. AC Stone Ancient DNA analyses and mitochondrial DNA. Lincoln Biohistory Study Group. (Apr 2011).
  35. Stone AC, Pfister LA, Harkins K, Campbell T, Buikstra JE, and Wilbur AK Next generation sequencing enrichment strategies for ancient tuberculosis: pitfalls and results.. American Association of Physical Anthropologists meetings. (Apr 2011).
  36. Banovich NE, Ritzman TB, and Stone AC The Runx2 gene is an important determinant of facial morphology in primates.. American Association of Physical Anthropologists meetings. (Apr 2011).
  37. Stone AC Tuberculosis: origins, migration, and exchange in humans and other primates.. Seminar for the Department of Evolutonary Anthropology at Duke University. (Feb 2011).
  38. Wilbur AK, Harkins K, Campbell T, Buikstra JE, and Stone AC. Ancient tuberculosis before and after the Age of Exploration. International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology. (Sep 2010).
  39. Wilbur AK, Harkins K, Campbell TS, Rubel MA, Buikstra JE, and Stone AC DNA analyses of ancient tuberculosis. Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution meetings. (Jun 2010).
  40. Benn Torres J, Stone AC, Hooker S, and Kittles R The genetic legacy of indigenous Carribean peoples: evidence from autosomal and mitchondrial data. American Association of Physical Anthropologists meetings. (Apr 2010).

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Stone,Anne C * , Buikstra,Jane Ellen , . Next-Generation genetic Analyses of Tuberculosis DNA in ancient Native Alaskans. WENNER-GREN FDN (1/1/2015 - 6/30/2016).
  2. Stone,Anne C * . Doctoral Dissertation Improvement: The origins and dispersal of ancient leishmaniasis in the New World: A bioarchaeological and molecular approach. NSF-SBE (9/1/2012 - 8/31/2014).
  3. Stone,Anne C * . Genetic analyses of Gombe chimpanzee skeletons 1966-1987. LBS LEAKEY FDN (5/1/2011 - 7/1/2014).
  4. Stone,Anne C * Buikstra,Jane Ellen . An investigation of the evolutionary history of tuberculosis using ancient DNA. NSF-SBE (4/15/2011 - 3/31/2015).
  5. Stone,Anne C * . Doctoral Dissertation Improvement: Primate Interspecific Interactions. NSF-SBE (4/1/2011 - 3/31/2013).
  6. Stone,Anne C * . On the origins of Leprosy: the primate connection. WENNER-GREN FDN (7/1/2009 - 9/30/2011).
  7. Stone,Anne C * . Characterization and Evolution of Copy Number Variation Among Primates. HARVARD UNIV (4/1/2009 - 3/31/2012).
  8. Verrelli,Brian C * Stone,Anne C . Recombination and Population History in Pan. NSF-ENG-BCS (9/1/2007 - 8/31/2011).
  9. Stone,Anne C * . The Evolutionary Significance of Human and Chimpanzee Copy-Number Variation. LBS LEAKEY FDN (10/1/2006 - 1/31/2008).
  10. Stone,Anne C * . The Evolutionary significance of Copy-Number Variation on the Human and Chimpanzee Sex Chromosomes. WENNER-GREN FDN (9/1/2006 - 1/1/2008).
  11. Spencer,Mark Alan * Stone,Anne C . Doctoral Dissertation Improvement: Comparison of Human Population Distances Using Genetic and Craniometric Data. NSF-SBE (9/1/2006 - 8/31/2007).
  12. Stone,Anne C * Buikstra,Jane Ellen . The Evolutionary History of Tuberculosis: an ancient DNA approach. NSF-SBE (8/1/2006 - 7/31/2011).
  13. Stone,Anne C * . Y-Chromosome Genetic Variation in Native Peruvian Populations. NSF-SBE (9/1/2003 - 9/1/2006).
  14. Stone,Anne C * . Genetic History of Peru. NSF-SBE (9/1/2003 - 2/29/2008).
  15. Stone,Anne C * . Y-Chromosome Genetic Variation in Native Peruvian Populations. CABANA, GRACIELA (9/1/2003 - 9/1/2006).

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Service

  1. Center for Bioarchaeological Research, SHESC, Director (2014 - present)
  2. Evolutionary Applications, reviewer (2014 - present)
  3. Journal of Heredity, reviewer (2014 - present)
  4. Nature Genetics, reviewer (2014 - present)
  5. New England Journal of Medicine, reviewer (2014 - present)
  6. tenure/promotion at other US universities., reviewer (2014 - present)
  7. CONICYT, Chile, reviewer (2013 - present)
  8. The Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, reviewer (2013 - present)
  9. The Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, reviewer (2013 - present)
  10. Wenner Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, reviewer (2013 - present)
  11. Search committee, member (2012 - present)
  12. American Association of Anthropological Genetics, vice president (2012 - present)
  13. Tenure review committee, member (2012 - present)
  14. Tenure review committee, member (2012 - present)
  15. Tenure review committee, member (2012 - present)
  16. Killam Program, Canada Council for the Arts, reviewer (2012 - present)
  17. Medical Hypotheses, reviewer (2012 - present)
  18. Science, reviewer (2012 - present)
  19. Science, reviewer (2012 - present)
  20. The Leakey Foundation, reviewer (2012 - present)
  21. The Leakey Foundation, reviewer (2012 - present)
  22. Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society, web mistress, ASU chapter (2011 - present)
  23. Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Socity, web master, ASU chapter (2011 - present)
  24. American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Review panel member for early career grants (2011 - present)
  25. American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Review panel member for early career grants (2011 - present)
  26. International Journal of Paleopathology, associate editor (2011 - present)
  27. International Journal of Paleopathology, associate editor (2011 - present)
  28. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, reviewer (2010 - present)
  29. BMC Evolutionary Biology Journal, reviewer (2010 - present)
  30. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, reviewer (2006 - present)
  31. Molecular Biology and Evolution, senior editor (2005 - present)
  32. Molecular Biology and Evolution, Associate editor and senior editor (2005 - present)
  33. National Science Foundation, reviewer (2005 - present)
  34. Physical Anthropology approach, head of approach (2012 - 2014)
  35. Evolutionary Anthropology approach, head of approach (2012 - 2014)
  36. graduate committee, member (2012 - 2014)
  37. American Association of Anthropological Genetics, President (2013 - 2014)
  38. American Association of Anthropological Genetics, president (2013 - 2014)
  39. Search committee, Chair (2012 - 2013)
  40. Search committee, member (2012 - 2013)

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