About the AAAG


Founded in 1994, the American Association of Anthropological Genetics (AAAG) is an educational and scientific organization whose mission is to:

1)  Promote the study of anthropological genetics, as this field is broadly defined;

2)  Facilitate communication between individuals engaged in the study of anthropological genetics; and

3)  Foster cooperation among anthropological geneticists.

AAAG meetings are in conjunction with the annual meetings of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists and the Human Biology Association.

You may download a copy of the AAAG bylaws here.

The official publication of the AAAG is Human Biology.

News and Announcements


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If you have job opportunity, workshop, anthropological genetics resource, or another item of interest to AAAG members that you'd like to list on our site, please contact us!

The AAAG is not responsible for and does not endorse the following announcements, but merely provides them as information to its members.



LAB SUPERVISOR, ANTHROPOLOGY & ARCHAEOLOGY, FACULTY OF ARTS, UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
MEAGAN A. RUBEL - FEBRUARY 11, 2016

The Department of Anthropology and Archaeology in the Faculty of Arts (University of Calgary) invites applications for a Laboratory Supervisor. This Full-time Fixed Term position is for approximately 1 year (based on length of grant funding), with the possibility of extension. This position will report to the Principal Investigator, and will plan, organize, direct, control, and evaluate the activities and operations of a genetics laboratory, including quality control.

For a summary of key responsibilities and qualifications/requirements, please visit the University of Calgary career opportunity page.
Application Deadline: February 16, 2016


AAAG CO-SPONSORED SMBE SATELLITE MEETING ON THE GENETICS OF ADMIXED POPULATIONS
MEAGAN A. RUBEL - February 11, 2016

Abstract and registration deadlines from AAAG co-sponsored SMBE Satellite Meeting on the Genetics of Admixed Populations is approaching fast! The workshop will be held at Texas Biomed in May. Learn more here.


PRIMATE CONSERVATION GENETICS COURSE IN SOUTH AFRICA
MEAGAN A. RUBEL - February 11, 2016

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is offering a course that provides students with an opportunity to explore conservation issues in primate populations, including observation of primates in their natural habitats, interacting with wildlife management professionals, and the collection and analysis of genetic material from wild populations of primates. For further information, see the program in detail here.


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