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Introduction to Facial Reconstruction

This one day short course is designed to introduce and develop the underpinning principles of forensic anthropology and forensic artistry utilised in forensic facial reconstruction. Students will cover the key scientific knowledge and creative practical applications in order to successfully restore a face to human remains. Students will produce a portfolio containing a range of material relating to forensic facial reconstruction and the anthropological and artistic skills that underpin it.

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Speakers

Dany Green's main research interest is in biological anthropology, especially the developmental instability of an individual and populations as measured by the degree of fluctuating asymmetry. She also enjoy sthe study of palaeopathology, skeletal development of immature skeletons, the identification methods of human remains and medical history.

Location

Wrexham Glyndwr University Plas Coch Campus, Mold Road Wrexham LL11 LL11