Core Principles and Practices in Forensic Anthropology: All Star Tour, Vol. 1
Primary Course Instructors: Dennis C. Dirkmaat, Ph.D., D-ABFA (Mercyhurst University; Heather Garvin, Ph.D., D-ABFA (Des Moines Medical University); Joseph T. Hefner, Ph.D., D-ABFA (Michigan State University); Nicholas Passalacqua, Ph.D., D-ABFA (Western Carolina University); Alexandra Klales, Ph.D. (Washburn University); Kyra Stull, Ph.D. (University of Nevada, Reno); Sara Getz, Ph.D. (Idaho State University); Erin Chapman, Ph.D. (Erie County Medical Examiner's Office); Christopher Rainwater, M.S. (New York City Medical Examiner's Office); Diana Messer, M.S. (DEPAA); Michael J. Hochrein, Special Agent FBI, Ret.); Luis Cabo, M.S. (Mercyhurst University); and Paul Emanovsky, Ph.D., D-ABFA (DEPAA).
June 3-14, 2019
*Approved for 35 ABMDI continuing education credit hours*
Tony Hallett, CEO
Tony Hallett is the CEO of Unmanned Response, an organization that integrates unmanned ground, maritime, and aerial systems into public safety operations, education, and culture. He formerly headed Community Research Corporation, which provided technology support for public safety and critical infrastructure markets, and Public Safety Research Corporation, which focused on the integration of computer technology into public safety operations.
Hallett has also served as the director of research for the Ielase Institute of Forensic Psychology and assistant director of the Western Pennsylvania Advanced Technology Center, a joint venture of the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to his work in academia, Hallett served as a police officer in municipal and university police departments and a paramedic with multiple emergency medical services providers.