Full course description
One week (40 hr) intensive faunal and human bone identification course. This course is great for anthropology and biomedical students, forensic pathologists, crime scene technicians, death, and autopsy assistants.
- Improve your osteology skills and learn to identify and side bone fragments, assess whether the bone is human or faunal, and identify basic taphonomic, and weathering characteristics on bone.
- Students will increase efficiency with bone identification, create case inventories and learn basic lab methods for handling human remains.
- This course is a practical hands-on lab-based course. Participants will work with the USF Donated Skeletal Collection.