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Dr. Mark F. Teaford

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Phone: (707) ***-****  
Email: m***@***.edu
Local Address:  Baltimore , Maryland , United States
J. Hillis Miller Health Center
1600 SW Archer Road Room M 452 MSB
Gainesville , Florida 32610
United States


Employment History


  • Ph.D. , Anthropology
  • PhD
55 Total References
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High Point NC Chamber of Commerce | High Point Business Services - High Point University, 28 Mar 2014 [cached]
Dr. Mark Teaford, assistant professor of physical therapy, is the co-editor of the Journal of Human Evolution; Dr. Ed Piacentino, professor of English, is editor of Studies in American Humor; Dr. Rick Schneid, professor of history, is editor of Consortium on Revolutionary Europe in 1750-1850; Dr. John Turpin, dean of the School of Art and Design, is co-editor of Interiors: Design/Architecture/Culture; and Dr. Stephanie Crofton, associate dean of the Phillips School of Business, is associate editor of Essays in Economics and Business History.
Mark Teaford, PhD Professor ... [cached]
Mark Teaford, PhD Professor and Director of Human Gross Anatomy Course, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Our ancestors ate everything - [cached]
"This new information implies that early humans evolved and altered their diet according to seasonal and other changes in order to survive," Nature quoted Mark Teaford, professor of functional anatomy and evolution at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
So it's a huge step to have a reliable technology that detects subtler diet variations," Teaford added.
American Association Anatomists, 2 Mar 2003 [cached]
Department Chair: Mark Teaford, Ph.D.
"For so many years we've operated ..., 24 April 2008 [cached]
"For so many years we've operated under the assumption that the shape of something's teeth, jaws and skull tells us what they habitually ate," says Mark Teaford, Ph.D., a professor of anatomy at Hopkins' Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution.
"It seems that while they were perhaps capable of eating harder foods, they generally didn't," says Teaford.
Authors on the paper are Peter Ungar of the University of Arkansas, Frederick Grine of Stony Brook University and the University of Cambridge, UK, and Teaford of Hopkins.
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