Currently pursuing a PhD in human bioarchaeology, with a focus on spinal disease in ancient Nubia from the Meroitic to Christian periods. I have over 10 years of university level lecturing experience, including courses in Crime Scene Investigation, Criminalistics and Forensic Anthropology for the University of Maryland (UMUC). I also have experience teaching lab practicals for the Human Evolution and Diversity module and worked as a lab assistant on the MSc in Paleopathology at Durham University.
PhD (Current) Archaeology Durham University, UK
MSc Biomedical and Forensic Studies, Manchester University, UK
Diploma in Forensic Science, American Institute of Applied Science, USA
BA(Hons) Comparative Religion and Social Anthropology.