Associated Scholars

 

Ivar Bjørklund

 

archeo@istu.irk.ru

Ivar Bjørklund

Evgenii Ineshin

 

archeo@istu.irk.ru

Marianne Lien

 

m.e.lien@sai.uio.no

Marianne Lien

 

 Knut Røed

KnutH.Roed@nvh.no

Knut Røed is a professor in genetics at the Department of Basic Sciences and Aquatic Medicine at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. His interests are within animal genetics and evolutionary biology using both modern genome based analyses and traditional quantitative genetic approaches. Central research areas are: use of genetic tools to study the process of reindeer domestication and to identify drivers responsible for the genetic structure of wild and domestic reindeer herds.

Anna-Kaisa Salmi

 

annakaisa.k.salmi@gmail.com

Anna-Kaisa Salmi will create osteological methods for identification of reindeer domestication from archaeological animal bone finds. Her research focuses especially on reindeer domestication and human-reindeer relationships among the Sámi.

Gro Ween

 

g.b.ween@khm.uio.no

Gro Ween