National Museum of Natural History, Department of Homme Nature Sociétés
Fabrice Demeter is a French palaeoanthropologist, specialized on human origins and modern human dispersal in far east and Southeast Asia. He received his PhD from the Sorbonne University in paris (2000). Co-leader of projects related to early human occupation in Laos and Cambodia, he has been publishing extensively in the field of palaeoanthropology in international relevant journals and has been contributing to the realization of several scientific documentaries on human origins and dispersal.
Human evolution; Functional anatomy; Early human migrations; Human
Variation; Ancientdna; Fareastand southeast asia.