Email: gskeltis@live.unc.edu

Phone: N/A

Office:

Alumni 402

Area of Interest:

Biodemography and ecology; Ecuadorian Amazon; diet and nutrition; market integration

Education:

BA Anthropology with Honors, University of Washington, Seattle, 2015

Double track concentrations in Human Evolutionary Biology, Medical Anthropology & Global Health

Research & Activities:

Entered program in 2015

Selected Publications:

2015     Differing conceptions of health and illness, and their implications for type 2 diabetes among Samoans living in King County, Washington. Unpublished Honors Thesis, University of Washington, Seattle.

2014     Commuting effects on salivary cortisol and testosterone levels. Unpublished Research Thesis, University of Washington, Seattle.

Recent Presentations:

2015     “Statistical modeling to assess commuting effects on salivary cortisol and testosterone levels.” Poster presented at the International Conference on Undergraduate Research, September, 2015. Melbourne, Australia.

2015     “Conceptions of illness: A case study on type 2 diabetes prevalence in Samoans living in King County, Washington.” Lecture presented at the University of Washington, May, 2015. Seattle, WA.

2015     “Evaluating effects of commuting on salivary cortisol and testosterone levels.” Poster presented at the Mary Gates Undergraduate Research Symposium, May, 2015. Seattle, WA.

2015     “Laboratory and statistical methods for measuring cortisol and testosterone levels in (human) saliva specimens.” Lecture presented at the University of Washington,   2015. Seattle, WA.

2015     “Commuting effects on salivary cortisol and testosterone levels.” Poster presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, April, 2015. Cheney, WA.

2014     “Pursuing undergraduate research at the University of Washington.” Lecture presented at the University of Washington, October, 2014. Seattle, WA.

2014     “Commuting effects on salivary cortisol and testosterone levels.” Poster presented at the Mary Gates Undergraduate Research Symposium, May, 2014. Seattle, WA.