- Skeletal morphology
- Bilateral Asymmetry
- Modern Human Skeletal Anatomy
My current research objective is to create and apply a novelmethodology for the accurate and reliable sorting of individuals in a sitecontaining commingled human remains.
[b][/b]This is achieved (1) by measuring multivariatefluctuating asymmetry in human limb bones and (2) by creating test cases fromsets of commingled human remains with known numbers of individuals.
- New York University; Anthropology/English and American Literature (with honors); B.A., 2013
Distinctions / Awards
- 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
- 2015 Conference Travel Funding, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois
- 2015 Pollitzer Student Travel Award, American Association of Physical Anthropologists
- 2014-2016 Stipend and waiver of graduate tuition, University of Illinois
- 2009-2013 Academic Trustee Scholarship, New York University College of Arts and Sciences