Dany Green - Workshop Coordinator & Tutor

 

 

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:

 

  • Attendance in ‘Basics of Forensic Pathology’ at the Institute of Legal Medicine, Romania
  • Attendance in 'Essentials of Forensic Entomology' at the University of Huddersfield
  • Attendance 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 coordinating workshops & lecturing specialied science based workshops (2008 - Present)
  • Specialised lecturer at Keele University in Forensic Anthropology (2008 - 2016)
  • Lecturer and Study Programme Leader at Kirklees College for BTEC Extended Diploma 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


Scientific Interests


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 also enjoy the study of palaeopathology, skeletal development of immature skeletons, the identification methods of human remains and medical history

 

Mark Green - Tutor

Qualifications:

 

  • BSc. (hons) Microbial Sciences (University of Huddersfield, 1996-2000)
  • Diploma of Teaching in the Life-long Learning Sector (DTLLS) (Kirklees College, 2012-2014) 

 

Professional Work Experience:

 

  • Tutor for Sherlock Bone teaching specialied  science based workshops (2018-Present)
  • Lecturer at Kirklees College for BTEC Extended Diploma Level 3 Applied Science, Medical Science & Forensic Science (2012-2018)
  • Senior Biology Technician at Kirklees College (2007-2018)
  • Display & Animations Specialist
  • Carpentary specialising in conservation projects

 

Media Profile:

 

Scientific Interests


My main scientific interests are in microbiology particularly infectious diseases.  I have a keen interest in all aspects of the natural world particularly conservation and a realistic modern approach to clean energy, self sufficiency and waste reduction through recycling.  I run an allotment not only for personal benefit but to provide habitat for local wildlife where ever possible by building homes for birds, bats, hedgehogs and insects.

 

Contact Us

 

 

Email: 

enquiries@sherlockbone.co.uk 

 

Phone: 07817556773

 

 

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