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*
Kyra Stull, Ph.D., D-ABFA
Department of Anthropology
University of Nevada, Reno
Kyra Stull is an Assistant Professor in the Anthropology Department at the University of Nevada, Reno and adjunct faculty at the University of Pretoria in the Anatomy Department. Kyra obtained her MS in Biological and Forensic Anthropology at Mercyhurst University in 2008 and her PhD in Anthropology at the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 2014. Kyra is a biological anthropologist with specific interests in forensic anthropology, quantitative methods, human growth and development, and modern human variation. Her primary research focuses on the identification of subadults through the creation and development of age and sex estimation techniques and the quantification of the impacts of intrinsic and extrinsic covariates on age estimations.