||Daniel E. Lieberman, PhD -
Professor in the Department Human Evolutionary Biology at
Harvard University. He was educated at Harvard (AB, MA, Ph.D.)
and Cambridge University (M. Phil). His research combines
experimental biology and paleontology to ask why and how the
human body looks and functions the way it does. He is especially
interested in the origin of bipedal walking, the biology and
evolution of endurance running, and the evolution of the human
head. He also loves to run.
||Madhusudhan Venkadesan, PhD -
Postdoctoral fellow in the School of Engineering & Applied
Sciences and the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology at
||Adam I. Daoud - Research
Assistant in the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology at
Harvard University. He received his AB from Harvard College in
Human Evolutionary Biology in 2009. His research interest lies
in investigating the ways in which the human body is suited
particularly well for endurance running, considering issues
relating to running injury and running economy.
||William A. Werbel - Medical
student at the University of Michigan Medical School. He
received his AB from Harvard College in Human Evolutionary
Biology in 2008 and worked as a research assistant in the
Skeletal Biology Lab at Harvard University in 2008 and 2009.