Amy Goldberg
Both a population geneticist and anthropologist by training, I study the population biology of humans and related species. I develop methods to study population histories and dynamics, integrating techniques from population genetics, ecology, and archeology. My current work focuses on sex-specific demography and evolution on short time-scales.

I am a Miller Fellow at Berkeley working with Rasmus Nielsen, and am an incoming assistant professor of Evolutionary Anthropology at Duke. I completed my PhD with Noah Rosenberg at Stanford in 2017, and did my Bachelor's in Mathematics and Evolutionary Anthropology at the University of Michigan (2012).

The Goldberg lab at Duke University is looking for postdocs and students starting January 2019! More information here.