New Research Publications


  1. Berar, M., et al. (2011). "Craniofacial reconstruction as a prediction problem using a Latent Root Regression model."Forensic Science International 210: 228-236.

  2. Cavanagh, D., M. Steyn (2011). "Facial reconstruction: Soft tissue thickness values for South African black females." Forensic Science International 206: 215.e1–215.e7.

  3. Chan, N.M.J., et al. (2011). "In Vivo Facial Tissue Depth Study of Chinese-American Adults in New York City." Journal of Forensic Sciences 56: 350-8.

  4. Chen, F., Y. Chen, et al. (2011). "Age and sex related measurement of craniofacial soft tissue thickness and nasal profile in the Chinese population." Forensic Science International 212: 272.e1-272.e6.

  5. Deng, Q., et al. (2011). "A novel skull registration based on global and local deformations for craniofacial reconstruction." Forensic Science International 208: 95-102.

  6. Fourie, Z., et al. (2011). "Evaluation of anthropometric accuracy and reliability using different three-dimensional scanning systems." Forensic Science International 207: 127-134.

  7. Kurkcuoglu, A., et al. (2011). "Facial soft tissue thickness in individuals with different occlusion patterns in adult Turkish subjects." HOMO 62: 288-297.

  8. Papagrigorakisa, M.J., et al. (2011). "Facial reconstruction of an 11-year-old female resident of 430 BC Athens". Angle Orthodontist 81: 169-177.

  9. Ritz-Timme, S., et al. (2011). "Metric and morphological assessment of facial features: A study on three European populations." Forensic Science International 207: 239.e1-239.e8.

  10. Sforza, C., et al. (2011). "Age- and sex-related changes in the normal human external nose." Forensic Science International 204: 205.e1-205.e9.

  11. Ullrich, H., C.N. Stephan (2011). "On Gerasimov’s Plastic Facial Reconstruction Technique: New Insights to Facilitate Repeatability." Journal of Forensic Sciences 56: 470-4.

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