CV

Contact Information

Email: beagamarra@gmail.com; bgamarra@iphes.cat

Researcher ID: J-1969-2017
ORCID ID: 0000-0003-3764-497X

Websites

http://www.iphes.cat/gamarra-beatriz

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Beatriz_Gamarra

http://www.microwear.org/b-gamarra.php

Education

2009 – 2014  Ph. D.  in Biodiversity. Cum laude.
Unit of Anthropology, Dept. of Animal Biology, University of Barcelona, Spain.

Thesis: Phylogenetic and adaptive implications of dental morphology variability of extant and fossil Catarrhini primates. Supervisors: Dr. A. Pérez-Pérez and Dr. Jordi Galbany i Casals.


2008 – 2009  M. S. in Primatology.
Faculty of Psychology, University of Barcelona, Spain.

Thesis: Geometric Morphometric Analysis of second lower molar in extant and fossil primates. Supervisor: Dr. Jordi Galbany i Casals.


2003 – 2008  B. S. in Biology.
Faculty of Biology, University of Barcelona, Spain.

Current position

January 2019 – Beatriu de Pinós (BP-2017) Post- Doctoral Research Fellow.
Institut Català de Paleooecologia Humana i Evolució Social (IPHES), Tarragona, Spain. Funded by AGAUR and Direcció General de Recerca of Generalitat of Catalonia (Spain). Project: Dental analyses of the first agropastoralist: An integrative approach.

Previous Positions

June 2016 – June  2018  MSCA Research Fellow (Post- Doctoral Research Fellow Level).
Social Science and Law/Archaeology, University College Dublin, Ireland.
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship. Project: H2020-MSCA-IF-2015-703373. ANCIENT_TEETH: An integrative analysis of shifting trends in dental traits in human populations from Neolithic to Iron Age (https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/201137_en.html)
http://www.ucd.ie/research/people/archaeology/drbeatrizgamarrarubio/


Dec 2015 – May 2016  Post- Doctoral Research Fellow Level.
Social Science and Law/Archaeology, University College Dublin, Ireland.
Funded by IRC “ From hunters to farmers the evolution of human populations preceding the emergence of agriculture ” (Dec 2013- Jun 2016).


Jul – Nov 2015  Research Assistant.
School of Archaeology, University College Dublin, Ireland.
Funded by ERC “From the earliest modern humans to the onset of farming, 45,000-4,500 BP” (Oct 2012 – Dec 2015; €1.18m).

 

Complete CV  (pdf)