Forensic facial reconstruction is the approximation and reanimation of the face upon the skull. This blend of science, art and anatomy is used by law enforcement to help identify unknown decedents, and in archaeology. As in the past, this fascinating practice continues to be intertwined with human culture, science and art. A brief history, significant research and a selection of the author’s current cases will be presented in this lecture.
At the conclusion of this presentation, participants should be able to:
Thursday, October 10, 2013
View a CBS News segment featuring the work of forensic sculptor Gloria Nusse