Anthrolactology features musings on human lactation and infant feeding at the intersections of science and society.
Meet the Anthropologists Behind Anthrolactology!
Dr. Aunchalee Palmquist – I’m a medical anthropologist and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). I study global maternal and child perinatal health and health disparities; human milk sharing and milk banking; and infant and young child feeding in emergencies (IYCF-E). I’m an Assistant Professor in the Department of Maternal and Child Health and the Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute at the Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Opinions are my own.
Here’s a link to my personal website. I’m also on Twitter
Dr. EA Quinn – I’m an Associate Professor of Anthropology (biological) at Washington University in St. Louis actively studying human milk, breastfeeding, and maternal physiology in a comparative perspective. I work with Tibetan mothers and infants understanding high altitude exposure during lactation and infancy. Opinions are my own.
You can also check out my lab website at Washington University in St. Louis. I’m on Twitter (sometimes?).
Dr. Cecilia Tomori –
I’m also on Twitter.