Entrance Year 2005
B.A. Anthropology - University of Florida, 2005
B.S. Zoology - University of Florida, 2005
Research Interests: Forensic Anthropology, Sexual Dimorphism
Thesis title: Ossification of Laryngeal Structures as Indicators of Age. Thesis presented April 13, 2007. Mercyhurst College Taylor Award 2007.
Now: PhD Candidate (Functional Anatomy and Evolution), Johns Hopkins University
Desina R. Gipson
Rebecca R. Overbury '07
Thesis title: Asymmetry of the Os Pubis: a Utilization of the Suchey - Brooks Method. Thesis presented April 20, 2007
Now: MD candidate, University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis
Nicholas V. Passalacqua '07
Thesis title: Forensic Age-at-Death Estimation from the Human Sacrum. Thesis presented February 9, 2007.
Now: PhD Candidate (Anthropology), Michigan State University
Kimberly M. Rappazzo '07
Thesis title: Evaluating an Aging Technique: The İşcan Phase Method. Thesis Presented November 27, 2007.
Dominique Semeraro '07
Thesis title: Dimorphism of the Radial Head Diameter and its Potential for Sex Assessment. Thesis presented May 2, 2007.
Now: Now: Medical Examiner’s Agent, Office of the Rhode Island State Medical Examiner
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