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Dr. A. Midori Albert is Associate Professor of Physical Anthropology at University of North Carolina Wilmington.
Research & Applied Interests
Human identification and the development of the biological profile: Specific research interests in teenage and young adult skeletal age estimation methods, age-related craniofacial morphologic changes in adults, and decomposition rates and patterns.
Bone growth and maturation as affected by environmental stress, developmental asymmetry and its relationship to environmental stress.
Search and recovery of human remains, time since death estimations, osteological analyses to establish the biological profile (age, sex, stature, individualizing traits) of unknown skeletons or corroborate identification, and pathology (trauma and disease) assessment from human skeletal remains.
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