Herman Pontzer is an Associate Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology and Global Health at Duke University and author of “Burn”, forthcoming March 2nd 2021. In this episode, Chris and Cara talk about his new book which you can find here: www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/60389…pontzer-phd, the complexity of human metabolism, and so much more! You can find out more about Dr. Pontzer and his research at his website: globalhealth.duke.edu/people/pontzer-herman, on Twitter @HermanPontzer and you can find out more about Hadza Fund on Twitter @HadzaFund and www.hadzafund.org
Dr. Pontzer is also hiring a post-doc soon, applications are due at the end of March. You can find out more here: physanth.org/jobs/2842/

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