Maria Teresa Ferreira
Maria Teresa is a forensic anthropologist with experience in fieldwork both in archaeological and forensic excavations. In recent years, she has focused on taphonomic and trauma research.
Maria Alejandra Acosta
Maria Alejandra is a Colombian bioanthropologist and current PhD student in forensic anthropology. Her research mainly focuses on bone responses to biomechanical loads and its usefulness in the identification process
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Bioanthopologist, datapreneur and R enthusiast. Everyday using most of his synapses to tackle problems that interest him in the intersection of business and science. Methodological-wise his interests delve into geometric Read More
Mélanie is a physical anthropologist and archaeologist. Currently enrolled in the Forensic Anthropology doctoral program, her research interests focus on skeletal fractures resulting from Blunt Force Trauma and computed tomography.
Medical doctor since 2000 Certified Radiologist since 2008 in Coimbra University Hospital. Master in Legal Medicine and forensic sciences since 2017. Phd student in Forensic Anthropology.