Ceridwen Boel

Research Officer

I am an archaeologist and biological anthropologist who specialises in applying cross-disciplinary thinking and methods to archaeological and palaeoanthropolgical questions.

My ongoing research is in palaeoproteomics in hostile preservational envrionments. I also have a background in stable isotope studies and completed my PhD at UNSW in 2016 in studying hybrid skeletal morphology.  

Publications

Journal articles
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Wasinger VC; Curnoe D; Bustamante S; Mendoza R; Shoocongdej R; Adler L; Baker A; Chintakanon K; Boel C; Tacon PSC, 2019, 'Analysis of the Preserved Amino Acid Bias in Peptide Profiles of Iron Age Teeth from a Tropical Environment Enable Sexing of Individuals Using Amelogenin MRM', Proteomics, vol. 19, pp. e1800341, http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/pmic.201800341
2019
James HF; Willmes M; Boel CA; Courtaud P; Chancerel A; Ciesielski E; Desideri J; Bridy A; Wood R; Moffat I; Fallon S; McMorrow L; Armstrong RA; Williams IS; Kinsley L; Aubert M; Eggins S; Frieman CJ; Grün R, 2019, 'Who's been using my burial mound? Radiocarbon dating and isotopic tracing of human diet and mobility at the collective burial site, Le Tumulus des Sables, southwest France', Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, vol. 24, pp. 955 - 966, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2019.03.012
2019
Boel C; Curnoe D; Hamada Y, 2019, 'Craniofacial Shape and Nonmetric Trait Variation in Hybrids of the Japanese Macaque (Macaca fuscata) and the Taiwanese Macaque (Macaca cyclopis)', International Journal of Primatology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10764-019-00081-2
2019