Amber Myngheer

ancient DNA, pathogen genomics, (paleo)epigenetics, (ancient) DNA ethics, spread of disease, human-animal interaction, diet and nutrition, paleoecology

My research focuses on the environmentally induced spread of malaria in Mauritius and the impact on the human genome. 

Before coming to Stanford, I finished a master’s degree in Archaeology at Ghent University and worked as a field archaeologist in Belgian commercial archaeology.