Topics of gradual student theses

Evolutional researches
- Primata phylogenesis - anthropology of fossil and recens Primata species
- anthropology of human phylogensis
- evolutional theories (Eve hypothesis, Afro-European sapiens theory, ...)
- new methods in the evolutional research

Paleoanthropological researches
- studies of anthropological series of different historical ages from the Carpatian
- population historical reconstruction of ancient populations by anthropological
- molecular anthropology – fossil DNA researches
- systematic paleopathological researches

Anthropological studies of living populations
- classic and modern methods in physique and body composition assessment
- the actual importance of ergonometric studies
- methods of biological age assessment (advantages, disadvantages, ....)
- external and internal factors influencing human development (heredity,
  nutritional habits, nutrient intake, habitual physical activity, social background)
- anthropology of menopause
- anthropology of ageing
- nutritional status disorders: undernutrition, overweight and obesity
- growth references/standards
- somato-psychic development of children and youth

Information can be asked personally in the department during the contact hours of the staff members.


Department of Biological Anthropology, Eötvös Loránd University
Pázmány Péter sétány 1/c (4th floor), 1117 Budapest, Web:
Tel.: (36-1) 381-2161, (36-1) 411-6500 (8061), Fax: (36-1) 381-2162