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Areas of interest
Biological Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, Human Osteology
- M.Med.Sc.: Uppsala University, Sweden, 2019
- BSc: Universidad de Granada, Spain, 2017
A New Protocol for Estimating Adult Skeletal Age Using the Pelvic Bone
I am broadly interested in methods used for the analysis and identification of human skeletal remains. Particularly, I believe that if these techniques become more inclusive, they will be more robust during forensic investigations.
Intra-observer reproducibility of a new data collection methodology for the estimation of age at death based on the pelvis of human skeletal remains.
Sierra-Serrano E, Albanese J. Investigating reproducibility of a skeletal age estimation method on two samples with remarkably different demographic profile. 74th Annual Scientific Conference of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences
Sierra-Serrano E, Albanese J. Working towards a non-binary approach to sex estimation in forensic anthropology. 49th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology.
Sierra-Serrano E, Albanese, J. Examining intra-observer reproducibility of a new data collection protocol for age estimation based on the auricular surface. 90th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists.
2020 Sierra E, Albanese J. Intra-observer reproducibility test of age-related features on the auricular surface. Poster presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology. November 4-6.
2019 Sierra E, Albanese J. Intra-observer reproducibility test of 25 features on the pubic symphysis. Poster presented at the 47th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology, Banff (Alberta, Canada) October 23-26.