Joyce E. Sirianni
|Distinguished Teaching Professor
Ph.D., Washington University, 1974
Office: Spaulding Bldg 6, Room 134
Phone: (716) 645-0425
Physical anthropology, craniofacial growth and development, physical anthropology, dental anthropology
Growth and Development of the Pigtailed Macaque, with D. R. Swindler (Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press, 1985).
Nonhuman Primates as Models for Human Craniofacial Growth, in Nonhuman Primates as Models for Human Growth and Development, ed. E. S. Watts (New York: Alan R. Liss, 1985), 95-124.
Dental Size and Dietary Habits of Primates, with D. R. Swindler, Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 19 (1975): 166-182.
Undergraduate Courses Offered
APY 348-SIR | Anthropological Osteology
APY 345-SIR | Comparative Primate Anatomy
APY 497-SIR | Supervised Teaching
Graduate Courses Offered
APY 501-SIR | Teaching and Research Resources
APY 573-SIR | Primate Evolutionary Biology