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Carina Marques

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Curriculum Vitae

Interesses de Investigação
health sciences

Carina Marques fez o Doutoramento em Antropologia Biológica, na Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal e é Professora Assistente no Departamento de Antropologia da University of Texas- Rio Grande Valley, Texas, EUA. E´ Investigadora do Centro de Investigação em Antropologia e Saúde (CIAS) e colaboradora do Centro de Ecologia Funcional (CEF), da Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal. E´ membro do Conselho de Diretores da Paleopathology Association,EUA. As suas áreas de investigação incluem biologia do esqueleto, bioarqueologia, paleopatologia, e antropologia forense. A sua investigação foca-se na perspetiva biocultural, evolutiva, e diacrónica da saúde e doença, em particular na metodológica e epistemológica das doenças neoplásicas em esqueletos humanos.

Principais Publicações

Marques, C.; Compton, Z.; Boddy, A (2022) Connecting paleopathology and evolutionary medicine to cancer research: past and present. In Plomp, K., Roberts, C., Elton, S.; Bentley, G. (eds). Palaeopathology and Evolutionary Medicine. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Marques, C. (2021). Cancer: lessons to learn from the past. In Heymann, D.(ed). Primary Bone Cancers and Bone Metastases: From Bench to Bedside. Third Edition. Academic Press: London.

Marques, C.; Roberts, C.; Matos, V.; Buikstra, J. (2021) Cancers as rare disease: terminological, theoretical, and methodological biases. International Journal of Paleopathology, 32: 111-122.

Marques, C. (2019) Tumors of bone. In Buikstra, J. (ed.) Ortner’s Identification of pathological conditions in human skeletal remains. Elsevier.

Marques, C.; Matos, V.; Costa, T., Zink, A., Cunha, E. (2018) Absence of evidence or evidence of absence? A discussion on paleoepidemiology of neoplasms with contributions from two Portuguese human skeletal reference collections (19th-20th century). International Journal of Paleopathology, 21:83-95.

Projectos de Investigação

A multiscale approach to bone metastasis. PI’s: Carina Marques, Jane Buikstra, Vitor Matos, Paula Marques, Luis Carvalho- Grant from The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Office of Faculty Success & Diversity, USA.

Cancer in Antiquity: past communities and the port of ancient Athens. Arizona State University and Wiener Laboratory, American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Coordinated by Professor Jane Buikstra. Grant from the Rust Family Foundation.

Global History of Health: European Project (http://global.sbs.ohio-state.edu/global). International consortium on health assessment in Europe Coordinated by Richard Steckel et al. The Ohio State University, USA. Grant from the NSF.