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About M.J. Mosher

Dr. Mosher combined a background in obstetrics with a PhD in anthropological genetics from the University of Kansas. She now focuses on the area of nutrigenomics, examining the role of diet and epigenetics as they impact evolution, adaptation and disease. She is currently teaching nutrition and human variation at Western Washington University and was elected to the AAAG Executive Committee for the American Association of Anthropological Genetics.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Western Washington University Department of Anthropology
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Curriculum Vitae



Research Interests


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Courses

  • Anth 495: Teach & Learn Processes in Anthropology
  • Anth 490: Senior Seminar - Ethics of Anthropolical Genetics
  • Anth 350: Ecology of Human Variation
  • Anth 215: Introduction to Biological Anthropology w/lab

Education

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Ph.D., University of Kansas ‐ Biological Anthropology/Anthropological Genetics
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M.A., University of Colorado, Denver ‐ Medical Anthropology
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A.D.N., Coastal Carolina Community College ‐ Nursing
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B.S.N., Metropolitan State College of Denver ‐ Nursing
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Contact Information

Department of Anthropology
Office Location: Arntzen Hall (AH) 324
Phone Number: 360-650-3614

Email:


Peer-reviewed Journal Articles (15)

Book Chapters and Sections (5)

Abstracts: Published/Accepted (8)