Eve Boyle Paleobiology Researcher, Howard University
Eve is a postdoctoral researcher at Howard University in Washington, DC. She received her bachelor’s degree in Anthropology at Boston University in 2014 and her Ph.D. in Human Paleobiology from George Washington University in 2019.
Eve is interested in the evolution of the human diet, and when and how changes in body shape and size occurred during human evolution. Her dissertation research explored whether or not there is a relationship between diet and the shape of the torso skeleton. In her current position, Eve works on the Visible Ape Project, which is a science communication initiative that promotes the understanding of the anatomy of human’s closet living relatives, the great apes.
For more information, please visit https://cashp.columbian.gwu.edu/eve-boyle