York Dispatch-Dennis Dirkmaat-Forensics

Mercyhurst University forensic anthropologist Dennis Dirkmaat, Ph.D., and a team of student investigators respond to a central Pennsylvania site where human remains were discovered. The team will recover the remains and, potentially, bring back to Mercyhurst to study for signs of trauma. Read this York Dispatch story, in which Dirkmaat is identified as "one of the very best in the field," titled: Human skull found in York area, team of investigators at the scene.
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