Enquye Negash is a Postdoctoral Researcher in CASHP. She is interested in understanding the paleoenvironmental context of human evolution. Her current research focuses on studying vegetation structure in modern African ecosystems. She conducts fieldwork in national parks and fossil bearing sites in eastern Africa. Her research employs geochemical, paleobotanical and quantitative methods to apply the knowledge garnered from modern ecosystems to the hominin fossil record.