Posdoctoral Researcher for Taphonomic Analysis
Ruth Blasco has a university degree in History (University of Valencia, Spain), a Master’s degree in Archaeology of Quaternary and Human Evolution (University of Valencia, Spain) and a PhD (Rovira i Virgily University, Tarragona, Spain). She was awarded a Beautriu de Pinós-A postdoctoral fellowship from the Generalitat de Catalunya and co-financed by the European Union through Marie Curie Actions. Since 2016 she is researcher in Taphonomy and Zooarchaeology in the CENIEH, Burgos, Spain. She is involved in studies and fieldwork at several archaeological sites of Europe and the Levant, including Bolomor, Toll and Teixoneres caves in Spain, Gorham’s and Vanguard caves in Gibraltar and Qesem Cave in Israel. She is the author/co-author of more than 65 papers in international journals with impact factor, as well as several national journals and book chapters. She is also an editorial board member of Scientific Reports from the Nature Publishing Group, and a reviewer of scientific projects for the National Geographic and Israel Science Foundation.