Sherlock Bone
Sherlock Bone

Dany Thickett - Owner & Manager

 

 

Qualifications:

 

  • BSc. (hons) Forensic and Analytical Science (University of Huddersfield, 2002-2005)
  • MSc. Human Osteology and Funerary Archaeology (University of Sheffield, 2005-2006)
  • Diploma of Teaching in the Life-long Learning Sector (DTLLS) (Kirklees College, 2012-2014) 
  • PhD (Ongoing) The relationship of developmental instability, as measured by fluctuating asymmetry, to several parameters including ill-health experinced by past human populations (University of Sheffield, 2007- 2011) (University of Huddersfield 2016-2018) Part Time.
  • ILM Aspiring Managers Programme (Kirklees College, 2015-2016)


Membership of Professional Bodies:

 

  • British Association of Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (BABAO)
  • British Association of Human IDentification (BAHID)
  • Society for the study of Childhood in the Past (SSCIP)

 

Professional Work Experience:

 

Attended a workshop in ‘Basics of Forensic Pathology’ at the Institute of Legal Medicine, Romania

 

Attended a workshop in 'Essentials of Forensic Entomology' at the University of Huddersfield

 

Attended a course and gained work experience in ‘Essentials of Forensic Anthropology’ at the Institute of Legal Medicine, Romania

Regular attendee of national conferences. 

 

Specialised lecturer at the Univeristy of Huddersfield for the MSc Forensic Science in Practise for International Students (2010-2011)

 

Owner of Sherlock Bone managing & lecturing specialied forensic science based workshops (2008 - Present)

 

Specialised lecturer at Keele University in Forensic Anthropology (2008 - Present)

 

Lecturer and Study Programme Leader at Kirklees College for BTEC Level 3 Applied (medical) Science (2012 - Present)

 

Podium/Poster Presentations

 

'Anthropometrics measurements of limbs as a predictor of heightAnthropometrics measurements of limbs as a predictor of height' - BSc (hons) poster at Forensic Science Society Conference

 

'A study of the relationship between fluctuating asymmetry (as measured by the talus and calcaneus) and ill-health experienced by an individual' - MSc poster at BABAO Conference

 

 

Media Profile

 

BBC Radio Humberside Breakfast Show Interview

BBC Radio Humberside Drive Time Interview

Staffordshire FM Interview

ITV Borders Interview

ITV Central Interview

Newcaslte Chronicle Newpaper Article

News & Star (Cumbria) Newspaper Article

Beverley Guardian Newspaper Article

Dearne Valley Weekender Newspaper Article

Barnsley Chronicle Newspaper Article

Sheffield Star Newspaper Article

Express & Star (Staffordshire) Newspaper Article

Cornish Guardian Newspaper Article

 


Research Interest


My main research interest is in biological anthropology, especially the developmental instability of an individual and populations as measured by the degree of fluctuating asymmetry. 

 

I am also interested in palaeopathology, skeletal development of immature skeletons, the identification processes of human remains and medical history

 

Sarah Barnett - Tutor

Qualifications

 

  • BA(Hons) Theology (University of Oxford, 2007-2010)
  • Certificate of Contemporary Science (The Open University, 2011-12)
  • MSc Forensic Osteology (Bournemouth University, 2012-13)

 

Membership of professional bodies

 

  • British Association of Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology 
  • British Association of Human IDentification
  • British Association for Forensic Anthropology
  • Chartered Institute for Archaeologists

 

Previous Work Experience

 

 

IFIFT (International Field Initiatives and Forensic Training) – month long field school in Guatemala working on graves from the armed conflict (June 2015)

 

Museum of London Archaeology – osteology processing volunteer working with human remains from the Crossrail excavations (May 2015)

 

Blake Emergency Services – international aviation disaster management deployment (2014 and 2015)

 

Member of the working group for Best Practice in Digital Osteoarchaeology (since 2015)

 

Attended ‘Human Remains in Commercial Archaeology: Legal, Ethical and Curatorial Considerations’ day course run by Historic England (May 2015)

 

Attended ‘Forensic Radiology – Applications and Interpretation’ workshop (November 2013)

 

Attended ‘Forensic Aspects of Archaeology’ day course (2011)

 

Regular conference attendance

 

 

Podium/Poster Presentations

 

 

“’Bandaging the wounds’ – How forensic applications of mummy studies highlight the need for a multidisciplinary approach between anthropology and archaeology” – Podium presentation, TAG-on-Sea conference 2013

 

 

“’These old bones will tell your story…’ The role of computerised tomography of mummified remains in developing forensic techniques for human identification.” – Poster presentation, British Association for Human Identification annual conference 2013

 

 

"CSI Egypt? Assessing the potential of computerised tomography of mummified remains for developing forensic techniques" – Poster presentation, British Association of Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology annual conference 2014

 

 

Media Profile

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/osteosarah

 

https://twitter.com/SarahBarnett88

 

 

Research interests

 

 My main research interests are in the use of craniometrics for ancestry assessment, and the role of developing technologies in anthropology. For my MSc dissertation I explored forensic applications of mummy studies, particularly in relation to 3D renderings of CT scans for forensic imaging.

 

More broadly I am interested in taphonomy and mass graves, and in the relationship between forensic anthropology and human rights.

 

 Chloe Dyche - Tutor

 

Qualifications:

 

  • BSc (Hons) Forensic Anthropology (Liverpool John Moores University, LJMU, 2011-2014).

  • MSc Forensic Osteology (Bournemouth University, 2014-2015).

 

Membership of Professional Bodies:

 

  • British Association of Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (from 2014).

 

Previous Work Experience:

                   

Anthropological

 

Attendee of a five day anthropological excavation at The Poulton Research Project, Cheshire (Sept. 2012).

 

Anthropological assistant working with the Doghole Cave material at LJMU (March-June, 2013).

 

Anthropological assistant working with Neolithic Sudanese material at LJMU (June 2013).

 

Five week internship as an Anthropologist & Archaeologist for Grampus Heritage and Training Limited in Šahy, Slovakia (June-July, 2013).

 

Four week internship as an Anthropologist & Archaeologist for Universitatea “1 Decembrie 1918” din Alba Iulia, Alba Iulia, Romania (July-Aug, 2014).

 

Relevant Teaching

 

LJMU Student Advocate (Jan 2013-April 2014).

 

BTEC Forensic Science Mentor for Wirral Council based at The Sixth Form College – Birkenhead (2013).

 

Conference Attendance, Podium/Presentations

 

Attendee of the Bournemouth University’s 7th Annual Postgraduate Conference (Jan. 2015).

 

Poster presenter at the Bournemouth University Annual Faculty of Science and Technology Postgraduate Conference (May 2015).

 

Attendee of the 17th Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (BABAO) (Sheffield University, Sept. 2015).

 

 

Research Interests:

 

I am interested in pathological versus environmental and genetic variation in the human skeletal, especially those influencing the facial region. As a fitness enthusiast, I am also interested in biomechanics and the impact high intensity activity has on the human skeleton.

 

Isabel Hengelhaupt - Tutor

Qualifications

  • Certified Paediatric Nurse - Klinikum Mutterhaus der Borromaeerinnen Trier, Germany (2008-2011)
  • BSc (Hons) Forensic Anthropology - Liverpool John Moores University (2011-2014)
  • MSc Forensic Facial Identification-  University of Dundee (2014-2015)

 

Memberships of professional bodies

  • British Association for Human Identification (BAHID)
  • British Association for Forensic Anthropology (BAFA)
  • British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (BABAO)
  • Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI)

 

Previous work experience

Poulton Research Project - archaeological excavation, recovery and analysis of human skeletal remains (2013)

 

Liverpool John Moores University - cleaning, marking and analysing human and non-human, adult and sub-adult skeletal remains of Medieval, Romano-British and Prehistoric collections (Poulton Research Project & Gloucester Museum); inventory and curation under the Human Tissue Act 2008 (2011-2014)

 

Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences, Charité University Medicine Berlin, Germany - witnessing autopsies and helping with the identification of skeletal remains of both human and non-human origin (2013)

 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs & The Cyprus Project, Republic of Cyprus - exhumation of mass graves and analysing human skeletal remains and related artefacts from the 1974 conflict (2014, 2015)

 

Universitatea '1 Decembrie 1918' Alba Iulia, Romania - excavation and analysis of human skeletal remains from the Bronze Age and Neolithic (2015)

 

Attended workshops on 'Forensic Radiology', 'Forensic Odontology', and 'The Emergency Mortuary in Disaster Victim Identification'.

 

Podium/poster presentations

A revised nose tip shape validation method for facial reconstruction based on CT data from a modern German population - poster presentation  (BAHID conference 2015, Manchester)

Media profile

https://uk.linkedin.com/in/isabel-denise-hengelhaupt-7b740686

Research interests

My main interest lie within the field of Forensic Anthropology, Human Osteology and Facial Identification. My MSc Dissertation focused on a revised nose-tip shape validation method, helping to improve the accuracy and reliability of the facial approximation procedure.

Contact Us

Sherlock Bone

 

Email: 

enquiries@sherlockbone.co.uk 

 

Phone: 07817556773

 

 

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