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 recent work focuses on sex-specific demography and recent population histories.

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).