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Dr. Garrett is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Boston University. Her research focuses on the evolution of sensory systems in primates, and she uses a combination of morphology, genomics and paleontology for her work.
Yale Biological Anthropology Lab Mini-Tour
The tour will last about 45 minutes. You don't need to sign up, simply show up at the Department of Anthropology entrance, located at 10 Sachem Street!
Show up early and don't miss any of the great talks!
- At registration, you will receive a name tag, a sticker with a picture of a primate, and a sticker with a number
- 1st half: you will join your fellow (sticker) primates
- 2nd half: you will find the table with your assigned #
- Suggested conversation topics will be on each table
The ceremony will take place in Kroon Hall (where posters will be presented). There will be a cash bar, so remember to bring some cash!
Lodging & accommodations
Group rates are guaranteed until October 1, 2017
30 Whalley Ave, New Haven, CT 06511
La Quinta Inn & Suites
400 Sargent Dr, New Haven, CT 06511
1 Queen Bed Standard $79
1-866-527-1498 Confirmation Code 2048GRYIRF
Free shuttle service will be offered to and from the conference
1151 Chapel St A, New Haven, CT 06511