College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Randy David

Ph.D Student, Anthropology
Adviser: Dr. Crawford
Primary office:
(785) 864-4172
Lippincott Hall, #7


B.S.: Biological Anthropology - Binghamton University - 2009

M.A.: Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology - Binghamton University - 2011

Thesis: Tracing the Origins of Choanal Atresia Through History and Mammalian Genome

Certificate: Evolutionary Studies - Binghamton University - 2011 

Advisor: Dr. David Andrew Merriwether

Research Interests

  • Genetic epidemiology
  • Anthropological Genetics
  • Paleopathology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Epigenetics
  • Darwinian Medicine
  • Evolution of Sex

Selected Publications

Chittoor G, Arya R, Farook VS, David R, Puppala S, Resendez RG,Rivera-Chavira BE, Leal-Berumen I, Zenteno-Cuevas R, Lopez-Alvarenga JC, Bastarrachea RA, Curran JE, Dhandayuthapani S, Gonzalez L, Blangero J, Crawford MH, Vlasich EM, Escobedo LG, Duggirala R. (2013). Epidemiological Investigation of Tuberculosis in a Mexican Population from Chihuahua State, Mexico: a pilot study.  Tuberculosis - Texas Tuberculosis Research Symposium Supplement,93: S71-77.

 

Selected Presentations

Chittoor, G., Arya, R., Farook, V.S., David, R.E., et al. (2013). "Epidemiologic investigation of Tuberculosis in a Mexican population from Chihuahua State, Mexico: a pilot study." Poster presented at the 3rd Texas Tuburculosis Symposium, San Antonio, Texas.

Selected Grants

Binghamton University Academic Achievment Scholarship, 2006

Dean's List of Binghamton University, 2006-2009

State University of New York at Binghamton Undergraduate Research Award, 2009

NSF Travel Award to atten Kuril-Aleut Workshop at the University of Washington, Seattle, Wa, 2012

Carol Clark Grant, University of Kansas, 2012


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