Selected Alumni in Forensic Anthropology

     Cheyenne Lewis (B.A. Arch & B.S. Bio Anth-honors 2012) is a Ph.D. student in Bioarchaeology at the University of Arkansas, having received her M.S. in Forensic Anthropology from Mercyhurst University. She has two years of professional experience with the forensic recovery and analysis of human remains.
     Marilyn London (B.A. Anth 1977) is a forensic anthropologist who consults for the National Museum of Natural History, the Department of Defense, and other institutions. She has taught at the University of Maryland since 1998 and co-teaches an advanced osteology course for our department.
     Debra Prince-Zinni (M.A. Anth 1999) is a forensic anthropologist with the Defense POW/MIA Accountability Agency, or DPAA. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Anthropology (No. 85) and a Fellow in the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Physical Anthropology Section. Her previous position was as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology at Boston University.
     Emily Wilson (M.A. Anth-MT 2008) works at the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command—Central Identification Laboratory in Hawaii after several years at the National Museum of Health and Medicine.

 

Last updated October 25, 2017