New Research Publications


  1. Balueva, T. S., et al. (2010). "A comparison of the medieval and modern populations of the Novgorod region, based on facial reconstruction." Archaeology Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia 38: 135-144.

  2. Benazzi, S., et al. (2010). "Virtual anthropology and forensic arts: the facial reconstruction of Ferrante Gonzaga." Journal of Archaeological Science. 37: 1572-1578.

  3. Birngruber, C., et al. (2010). "Superimposition technique for skull identification with AfloatĀ® software." International Journal of Legal Medicine. 124: 471-5.

  4. Claes, P., et al. (2010). "Computerized craniofacial reconstruction: Conceptual framework and review." Forensic Science International. 201: 138-145.

  5. Claes, P., et al. (2010). "Bayesian estimation of optimal craniofacial reconstructions." Forensic Science International. 201: 146-152.

  6. Detorakis, E. T., et al. (2010). "Effective orbital volume and eyeball position: an MRI study." Orbit 29: 244-249.

  7. Fourie, Z., et al. (2010). "Accuracy and reliability of facial soft tissue depth measurements using cone beam computer tomography." Forensic Science International. 199: 9-14.

  8. Rynn, C., C. M. Wilkinson, H. L. Peters (2010). "Prediction of nasal morphology from the skull." Forensic Science Medicine and Pathology 6: 20-34.

  9. Sakuma, A., et al. (2010). "Application of postmortem 3D-CT facial reconstruction for personal identification." Journal of Forensic Sciences 55: 1624-1629.

  10. Stephan, CN. (2010). "The human masseter muscle and its biological correlates: a review of published data pertinent to face prediction" Forensic Science International. 201: 153-159.

  11. Stephan, CN., J. Cicolini (2010). "The reproducibility of facial approximation accuracy results generated from photo-spread tests" Forensic Science International. 201: 133-137.

  12. Tilotta, FM., et al. (2010). "A local technique based on vectorized surfaces for craniofacial reconstruction." Forensic Science International. 200: 50-59.

  13. Utsuno, H., et al. (2010). "Facial soft tissue thickness in Japanese children" Forensic Science International. 199: 109.e1-109.e6.

  14. Utsuno, H., et al. (2010). "Pilot study of facial soft tissue thickness differences among three skeletal classes in Japanese females". Forensic Science International. 195: 165.e1-165.e5.

  15. Wilkinson, C. (2010). "Facial reconstruction - anatomical art or artistic anatomy?" Journal of Anatomy. 216: 235-250.

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