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A Summary of My CV

Academic Achievements:

2015 – Current: PhD in Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Southampton & Historic England.

Supervisors: Dr. S. Zakrzewski & Dr. S. Mays

Thesis Title: A Reassessment of Tooth Wear for Determining Age at Death in British Archaeological Remains

2011 – 2013:  MPhil in Anthropology and Archaeology at the University of Bristol

Supervisor: Professor K. Robson-Brown

Thesis Title: Studying the micro-architecture of Harris Lines using a micro-CT scanner.

2008-2011:   BSc (Hons) in Biological Anthropology at the University of Kent

Topics covered included: human osteology and palaeopathology, hominin evolution, primate ecology, human diversity

2006-2008: The International Baccalaureate at Cirencester

Subjects taken: Maths, English, German, Biology, Social Anthropology and Art

Professional Experience

20016 & 2017: Committee Member for SSSB Conference

Roles:

  • Assisting conference chair with promotion of conference through social media
  • Creation of conference budget
  • Selection of conference venue
  • Assisting creation of conference websiter

2014 – 2015 & 2016 – 2017: Museums Volunteer at Royal College of Surgeons.

Working under the supervision of Carina Philips, Curator of the Wellcome Museum of Anatomy and Pathology.

Project involvement:

  • packing of skeletal remains in preparation for storage and relocation during museum refurbishment.
  • producing inventories for three skeletal collections including modern, pathological and neo-natal material.

2013 – 2014: Museum Volunteer at Guildford Museum

2013 – 2013      Internship King’s College London, Department of Twin Research

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