Jessica Joganic receives Initiative d’Excellence de l’Université de Bordeaux Postdoctoral Fellowship

to continue work in the PACEA division of the university

Jessica Joganic, a physical anthropologist, recently received her Ph.D. from Washington University in St. Louis after successfully defending her dissertation titled,  "A quantitative genetic analysis of craniofacial variation in baboons". Jessica will continue in the field through the "Initiative d’Excellence de l’Université de Bordeaux (IdEx Bordeaux)" postdoctoral fellowship.  She will be working with Dr. Yann Hueze in the PACEA (De la Prehistoire a l'Actuel: Culture, Environnement, Anthropologie) division of the University of Bordeaux on a new project that grew out of her dissertation research. It will be a project designed to look at patterns of aging in baboon crania.