Christopher Aris is a biological anthropologist who studies the variation and microevolution of human dentition. He holds a B.Sc. in biological anthropology and an M.Sc. in human osteology and funerary archaeology, and he is awaiting examination for his Ph.D. in anthropology. Currently, he works as a teaching associate in anatomy and osteology, and university teacher in anatomy at the University of Sheffield in the U.K. Aris’ research interests include dental development and enamel growth variation between historic populations, and the ethics of destructive analysis of human remains. He is a fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute and a certified forensic anthropologist. Follow him on Twitter @ChrisJDAris.