Randi Griffin





Curriculum vitae


I am a PhD student in the Nunn Lab in the Evolutionary Anthropology Department at Duke University. My dissertation research focuses on understanding the evolutionary processes that give rise to diversity in primate skull shape.

In general, I enjoy using R to solve problems related to data analysis and visualization. Check out my projects page for a sample of stuff I have done / am doing, ranging from serious to silly.

When I'm not working, you are most likely to find me at an ice rink coaching hockey. If I'm not coaching hockey, I might be coaching science. And if I'm not doing that... try Motorco. :)

CONNECT: GitHub, ResearchGate, LinkedIn