Harvard Human Evolutionary Biology Student Club

Welcome to the Harvard Human Evolutionary Biology Student Club! We are a college, student-organized club in the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology. Our interests range from ancient DNA, hormonal regulation and the microbiome to primate behavior, musculoskeletal biomechanics, and paleoanthropology.

If you are interested in HEB, please feel welcome here! We organize informal meetings with professors, host HEB gatherings, and plan local field trips. For more information, you can contact club president Kathryn Tian, or HEB Concentration Advisors Neil Roach and Daniel Green.

Harvard Human Evolutionary Biology students conducting field work at Lake Turkana, in northern Kenya and a part of the East African Rift Valley.

Harvard Human Evolutionary Biology students conducting field work at Lake Turkana, in northern Kenya and a part of the East African Rift Valley.

 

Contact Information: 

Dr. Neil Roach
Concentration Advisor & Lecturer
Peabody Museum 47
(617) 495 1870
ntroach@fas.harvard.edu 

Dr. Daniel Green
Concentration Advisor & Lecturer
Peabody Museum 53B
(617) 495 5703
drgreen@fas.harvard.edu