Dana David Laboratory
The laboratory specializes in excavations at prehistoric sites in Israel and the biohistory of the eastern Mediterranean people.
Brief overview of research on red blood cell morphology in bloodstains and its application to archaeology and paleoanthropology.
New Scientist: Ancient Ancestors had Tummy Bug Too
The stomach-infesting bacterium Helicobacter pylori has been living in humans for at least 11,000 years - much longer than previously thought, say US researchers.
Organization composed of researchers, scientists, and students from many fields, including physical anthropology, medicine, archaeology and egyptology, from around the world.
Pisa University Division of Paleopathology sponsored board of articles and forum on the study of disease from prehistory to contemporary age.