Andrew Yegian

Andrew Yegian

Pedagogy Fellow in General Education
Andrew Yegian
Andrew is a Ph.D candidate in Human Evolutionary Biology, where he studies the biomechanics and physiology of walking and running and how locomotion changed our bodies throughout human evolutionary history. He is also Head TF for LS 2: Evolutionary Human Physiology and Anatomy and SLS 16: Human Evolution and Human Health. He tries not to stare at people walking and running around Cambridge, but often fails. When not teaching or doing research, Andrew enjoys hiking in New England, road trips throughout the country, and rooting for Boston sports teams.

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