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Urbana, IL 61801
Amanda Lee is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Anthropology. Her research focuses on improving osteometric sorting methods using multivariate patterns of limb bone asymmetry and allometry.
Modern Human Skeletal Anatomy
2018 M.A. in Biological Anthropology, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
2013 B.A. in Anthropology/English and American Literature (with honors), New York University
2018 National Science Foundation, Biological Anthropology Program, Project Title: Doctoral Dissertation Research: Multivariate Asymmetry and Allometry in Human Limb Bones as a Basis for Osteometric Sorting
2018 Travel Grant, Paleoanthropology Society
2017 Cognitive Science/AI Award, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois
2017, 2015 Pollitzer Student Travel Award, American Association of Physical Anthropologists
2016 Graduate Summer Research Assistance Award, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois
2015-2018 Conference Travel Funding, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois
2009-2013 Academic Trustee Scholarship, New York University College of Arts and Sciences
Awards and Honors
2016-2018 List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent, University of Illinois
2016 Award for Exemplary Student Research (Honorable Mention), American Association of Physical Anthropologists
2013 University Honors Scholar, New York University
2012-2013 Dean’s List, New York University
Lee, Amanda B, and Lyle W Konigsberg. "Univariate and linear composite asymmetry statistics for the “pair-matching” of bone antimeres." J. Forensic Sci., 2018.
Go, Matthew C, Amanda B Lee, Jana A Santos, Nicole M Vesagas, and Rebbeca Crozier. "A newly assembled human skeletal reference collection of modern and identified Filipinos." Forensic Sci. Int., vol. 271, 2017, p. 128.e1-128.e5.