Forensic Analysis of the Human Dentition

Primary Course Instructors: Joe Adserias-Garriga, DDS, Ph.D., D-ABFO; and Sakher J. AlQahtani, BDS, MClinDent, Ph.D.
The goal of this one-day course is to familiarize professionals with: 1) the identification of human skeletal remains frequently encountered at forensic anthropological outdoor scenes and 2) the determination of forensic significance, particularly differentiating human versus animal bones. Course will also cover basics of what forensic anthropologists can do learn from bones, including the biological profile (age, sex, ancestry, and stature), skeletal trauma (blunt-force, sharp-force trauma, and ballistic trauma), and taphonomic alterations (including carnivore and rodent chewing and burned bone). The course involves hands-on opportunities with real human bone.

June 15-18, 2020


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