October's ASD webinar speaker is John Servello. John is a Forensic Anthropologist in the Center for Human Identification at the University of North Texas (UNT) Health Science Center (HSC) in Fort Worth, Texas.
Prior to joining UNT, John worked as a Medicolegal Death Investigator for the Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office in Austin, Texas. John is currently pursuing his PhD in Biological Sciences at UNT in Denton, Texas (pending defense).
John has taught laboratory courses for UNT-Denton in physical anthropology and human evolution, comparative vertebrate anatomy, and human anatomy and physiology. He is currently adjunct faculty at Brookhaven College in Dallas, where he teaches lecture and laboratory components for a course in physical anthropology and human evolution.
Along with NIR research applications in forensic anthropology, John’s prior research (MS work) involved thermal remote sensing and image analysis of simulated clandestine burials.
John is a 2014 winner of ASD's Goetz Instrument Support Program, which we are now accepting submissions for, through October 20th!
The October webinar focuses on the application study of forensic anthropology and on the analysis of post-mortem bones, and features ASD’s LabSpec® 4 Standard-Res Lab Analyzer