Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology

Dan Eisenberg

Associate Professor, Anthropology
University of Washington

website


CSDE Committees: Training Committee Member

CSDE Research Areas:

  • Environments and Populations
  • Health of People and Populations
  • Migration and Settlement
  • Wellbeing of Families and Households

In the News:


Dan Eisenberg’s research interests include evolution, anthropological genetics, human biology, telomere biology, aging, parental effects, and ADHD. His work is broadly focused on studying human variation in its ecological and cultural contexts to better understand health and disease from an evolutionary perspective.