Denise is a doctoral candidate in Biological Anthropology. She completed her B.A. in Biology and Anthropology at Johns Hopkins University in 2005. She is currently working on her dissertation on human facial variation. Denise's interests include: normal human variation; population genetics; genotype-phenotype interactions; evolution of complex traits; the genetic basis of human facial variation.
An Investigation into Genes Underlying Normal Variation in Facial Morphology in Admixed Populations