In a new study published in PNAS, Center’s Research Group Leader Yonatan Sahle (and coworkers) shows that marks on ancient fossilized bones thought to have...
Dr. Phillip Endicott is researcher at the Natural History Museum of France in Paris and is a visiting fellow at the DFG Center for the Spring of 2017. His wide educational background in Anthropology and Archaeology and his focus on Island Southeast Asia and Oceania gives a good fit with research interests at the DFG Center. Since writing a thesis on the symbolism of canoes and Polynesian voyaging during his MA in the Anthropology of Art, Dr. Endicott has maintained a strong interest in the Austronesian speaking world and is currently engaged in projects looking at Taiwan, the Philippines, eastern Polynesia and sea nomads of Myanmar. During his stay in Tübingen, Phillip will be working with Gerhard Jäger, Hugo Reyes-Centeno, and Christian Bentz on comparison of genetic, linguistic, and morphological measures of diversity in the peoples of Oceania and Island Southeast Asia.
|2003 - 2008||D.Phil., Magdalen College, University of Oxford|
|2000 - 2001||M.Sc., Human Biology, Linacre College, University of Oxford|
|1999 - 2000||M.A., Anthropology of Art, University of East Anglia|
|1996 - 1999||B.A., (Hons) Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Oxford|
|2008 - present||Research Engineer, Musée de l'Homme, Paris, France
|2004 - 2005||Paper co-ordinator, MA in Medical Anthropology, Dept of Anthropology, Oxford|
|2003 - 2004||Tutor for Archaeology and Anthropology, Keble College, Oxford|
|2003 - 2004||Tutor for Human Sciences, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford|
|2002 - 2003||Tutor for Archaeology and Anthropology, St Hilda’s College, Oxford|
|1999 - 2000||Special needs tutoring, University of East Anglia
|In preparation||Endicott P., Hudjashov G., Post H., Lawson D., Reidla M., Rootsi S., Metspalu E., Karmin M., Chaubey G., Villems R., Garcia-Bertrand R., Herrera R.C., Metspalu M. Polynesian Origins: the perspective from the Leeward Society Islands of eastern Polynesia.
|2017||Sahakyan H., et al., Origin and spread of human mitochondrial DNA haplogroup U7. Sci. Rep. Apr 7;7:46044
|2016||Pankratov V., et al., (2016) East Eurasian ancestry in the middle of Europe: genetic footprints of Steppe nomads in the genomes of Belarusian Lipka Tatars. Sci Rep 6:30197.|
|Heupink T, Subramanian S, Wright J, Endicott P, Westaway M, Huynen L, Parson W, Millar C, Willerslev E, Lambert D. Ancient mitochondrial DNA sequences from the First Australians revisited. Proc Natl Acad Sci, 113 (25): 6892-6897.
|2015||Kushniarevich A, Utevska O, Chuhryaeva M, Addzhoyan A, et al., Genetic heritage of the Balto-Slavic speaking populations: a synthesis of autosomal, mitochondrial and Y-chromosomal data. PLoS One 10 (9):e0135820.
|2014||Chaubey G, Singh M, Crivellero F, Tamang R et al., Unravelling the distinct strains of Tharu ancestry. Eur J Hum Genet 22 (12): 404-412.
|2013||Chaubey G., and Endicott P. The Andaman Islanders in a regional genetic context; re examining the evidence for an early peopling of the archipelago via South Asia; in Special Issue on Revisiting the “Negrito” Hypothesis, Hum. Biol. 85 (1).
|Heyer E., Georges M., Pachner M., and Endicott P. Genetic diversity of four Negrito populations from Luzon: small scale sex-specific behaviors impact sex-specific integration of immigrants in Special Issue on Revisiting the “Negrito” Hypothesis, Hum. Biol. 85 (1).|
|2010||Endicott P., Ho S.Y.W., Stringer C. Using genetic evidence to evaluate four palaeoanthropological hypotheses for the timing of Neanderthal and modern human origins. J. Hum. Evol. 59: 87-95.
|Brotherton P., Sanchez J.J., Cooper A., Endicott P. Preferential high-resolution amplification of damaged and degraded endogenous DNA from ancient hominin samples. Nucleic Acids Res. 38(2):e7
|2009||Endicott P., Ho S.Y.W., Metspalu M., Stringer C. Evaluating the mitochondrial timescale of human evolution. Trends Ecol and Evol. Doi:10.1016/j.tree.2009.04.006|
|Endicott P., Sanchez J.J., Pichler I., Brotherton P., Brooks J., Vigl E., Cooper A., Pramstaller P. Genotyping human ancient DNA with multiplexed Single-Base-Extension assays: the singular maternal history of the Tyrolean Iceman. BMC Genet. 10:29.
|2008||Endicott P., and Ho S.Y.W. (2008) A Bayesian evaluation of human mitochondrial substitution rates. Am J Hum Genet, 82: 895-902.|