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chatterjee-helen

Chatterjee Helen

Contact Details

Prof Helen Chatterjee

Professor of Biology, UCL Biosciences

Head of Research and Teaching, UCL Public and Cultural Engagement

University College London

  • Tel: 020 3108 4104
  • Ex: 54104
  • Fax: 020 7679 7193
  • h.chatterjee@ucl.ac.uk
  • 507B Darwin Building, Gower Street, UCL, London, WC1E 6BT

Human Evolution Interest

My principal field of interest lies in primate phylogenetics and morphological adaptation. Specifically the phylogenetic, ontogenetic and functional significance of morphological and molecular variability, among various species of primate. I am particularly interested in using data generated from this type of study in biogeographic analyses in order to reconstruct patterns of speciation in SE Asian primates. More recently I have extended my biogeographic work to include conservation biogeography, with a focus on the role of environmental change, particularly climate change, on species diversity and success.

Human Evolution Research Themes

adaptation evolutionary_anatomy non-human_primate    

Collaborative projects & Networks

ADaPTiVE CBER SSA UCL museums and collections NAMHW

Research Publications


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