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Forensic Anthropology

Fieldwork during the Bugs, Bones & Botany 2005 Workshop Fieldwork during the Bugs, Bones & Botany 2005 Workshop

Forensic anthropology is an applied subfield of biological anthropology that applies the scientific methods of biological anthropology to the medicolegal process. The forensic anthropologist can render a biological profile or composite of an individual by providing accurate information such as age at death, sex, estimated living stature, ancestry, osteologicalpathology, trauma, and otherbiological information that is crucial to the identification process.

Ann H. Ross, Ph.D
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology
North Carolina State University
Office Phone Number: 919-515-9021
email:
ahross@sa.ncsu.edu
Webpages:
Research, Outreach and Engagement


List of Experts

Name
E-Mail
Expertise
Work Location
Dr. John A. Williams
jawilliams@wcu.edu
Forensic Anthropology
Director, Human Identification Laboratory, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee
Dr. A. Midori Albert
Anthropology
Dept. of Anthropology, UNC-Wilmington

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