Marina Elliott

Postdoctoral Researcher

I am interested in human anatomy, contemporary human morphological variation, and human evolution. My research interests focus primarily on questions relating to the identification of skeletonized human remains, including the creation of biological profiles, the recognition of skeletal pathologies, and the analysis of trauma. My PhD research uses whole-body, three-dimensional computed-tomography (CT) scans of documented individuals to reassess the methods used by biological anthropologists to estimate body mass from skeletal material.