In addition to ASU faculty, IHO incorporates an international network of research affiliates whose research perspectives, skills, and tools extend and reinforce IHO’s transdisciplinary mission in human origins research and student training.

Zeresenay Alemseged PhD, University of Chicago, Illinois
African early hominins, paleoecology

Juan Luis Arsuaga Ferreras PhD, University Complutense of Madrid, Spain
Atapuera and Pleistocene in Spain

Geoffrey Clark PhD, Arizona State University
Archaeology, paleoanthropology, epistemology, hunter-gatherers; Spain, Jordan

Erella Hovers PhD, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Plio-Pleistocene archaeology in East Africa

Panagiotis Karkanas PhD, American School for Classical Studies in Athens
Geoarchaeology

Jay Kelley PhD, University of Illinois, Chicago
Evolution of great apes, Miocene hominoids

Yoel Rak PhD, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Early African hominins, Neandertals, functional anatomy

Carol Ward PhD, University of Missouri
Biological anthropology