Kristine Korzow Richter
Research Assistant, Warinner Lab
Kristine manages the departmental laboratories, trains students in wet chemistry and palaeoproteomics methods, and conducts research for Prof. Warinner.
She is responsible for supporting faculty and students who conduct laboratoratory research and is aviable for providing tours of the labs and having conversations about the facilities avaiable in the department.
Kristine earned her Ph.D. from the Pennsylvania State University in 2014, before completing postdoctoral training in proteomics at the University of York (2015-2018) and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History (2018-2020). She specializes in the preservation, recovery, and identification of ancient proteins for the taxonomic identification of animals. Her research focuses on the study of animal-human interactions, including exploitation and management, as well as ecosystem reconstruction.
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