Post-Doc : Ancient human genetics (Ghent)

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You will be employed by the archaeology department at Ghent University. The project you will work on is called “Migration, diet and health of the first permanent settlers of Belgium: inter- and multi-disciplinary perspectives” and received funding from Ghent University. The aim of this project is to generate regional-scale insights into the lifeways of the first modern humans to settle permanently in Belgium during the Final Palaeolithic and Mesolithic. It achieves this through multi- and inter-disciplinary analysis of contextualised data from archaeological, palaeontological and anthropological assemblages whilst developing state-of-the-art analytical techniques in the fields of proteomics and stable isotope analysis.

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