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*
Arthur Young, BS, F-ABC
Guardian Forensic Sciences
Arthur W. Young, B.S. F-ABC, is currently the managing partner of Guardian Forensic Sciences in Abington, PA. Arthur earned his Bachelor of Science in Pre-Medical Sciences from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1991 (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette), with interests in human anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry. He is trained in multiple aspects of forensic evidence analysis including DNA analysis, forensic serology, forensic photography and hair examination.
His training includes the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Serological Research Institute, and the McCrone Research Institute. Arthur’s approach to casework is as an investigative scientist and that every case can be solved. His personal interests have been useful in casework, which include the areas of cooking, photography, psychology, anthropology, engineering, and architecture.