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Wednesday, October 1

lecture by Jay Kelley

You are invited to attend a talk given by distinguished paleoanthropologist Dr. Jay Kelley*:

"Variation in dental development and life history in Pan"

Where: West Hall, Room 411
When: Monday, October 13 at 3 pm


*Dr. Kelley is well known for his systematic work on Eurasian and African Miocene hominoids, as well as for reconstructing the life history patterns of these fossil taxa using modern hominoid patterns of dental development.  In this talk he will discuss his recent collaborative work with Gary Schwartz and Tanya Smith investigating first molar emergence in relation to life history in West and East African chimpanzees, Pan troglodytes verus and P. t. schweinfurthii.

If you are interested in meeting with Dr. Kelley during his visit, please contact Laura MacLatchy (maclatch@umich.edu)