Affiliated researcher. Paleobiology program
Adrián Pablos is biologist and Doctor in Paleontology from Universidad de Alcalá (UAH). Paleoanthropologist from the Atapuerca research team and postdoctoral researcher (EMERGIA Program) at Universidad de Sevilla (US). Author of more than 35 scientific publications. He has participated in more than 25 research projects, some of them as principal investigator. He hold teaching experience in various universities and national and international research public centers. He has participated in scientific outreach events related to human evolution and university outreach courses for the general public. His main research line deals with the study of the postcranial skeleton of prehistoric human groups through the study of taxonomic relationships, biomechanical studies and paleobiological estimations such as sexual assignation and estimation of body size, especially those coming from the Atapuerca sites. In addition, he is the co-director of the research project of the archaeopaleontological sites of the Tamajón karstic system (Guadalajara).