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Dr Carolyn Rando
UCL Institute of Archaeology
31-34 Gordon Square
Tel: +442076797484
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  • Lecturer
  • Institute of Archaeology Gordon Square
  • Institute of Archaeology
  • Faculty of S&HS

Born in the USA, transplanted to the UK in 2006. 

BA in Biological Anthropology from the University of New Mexico (2005)

MSc Skeletal and Dental Bioarchaeology at the UCL Institute of Archaeology (2007)

PhD in Bioarchaeology at the UCL Institute of Archaeology (2011)

Been teaching at the IoA since 2007. Joined the IoA Academic Staff as a Teaching Fellow in 2013, before taking up my Lectureship in 2017. 

Research Summary

   Bioarchaeologist, Forensic Anthropologist, Palaeopathologist, Dental Anthropologist!

Teaching Summary

Degree Co-ordinator MSc Bioarchaeological and Forensic Anthropology

Personal Tutor for MSc Bioarchaeological and Forensic Anthropology

Module Co-ordinator: ARCL0119 Forensic Anthropology

Module Co-ordinator: ARCL0181 Advanced Forensic Anthropology

Current Research Students:

(Primary Supervisor)

  • S Conner Welty ‘Diagnosing Down’s Syndrome from Skeletal Remains’ 
  • Elizabeth Church ‘A Photogrammetric Approach to Forensic Sex-Estimation’ 
  • Maura Griffiths ‘Utility of the juvenile dentition in sex estimation’ 
  • Marion Davidson ‘Cognitive Bias and Ancestry Estimation’
  • Aaron Gasparik ‘Rotator cuff disease in antiquity’ 
  • Lisa Monetti ‘Evidence of variation in patterns of specific funerary ritual in Roman Britain based on analysis of cremated human remains’
  • Katrina Gafner ‘The suitability of animal analogues in experimental burned remains research’
  • David Colas Aberg ‘Immature porcine long bones under bending loads: Adding to the foundational knowledge base on abusive and non-abusive paediatric long bone fractures'

(Secondary Supervisor)

  • Panos Kratimenos ‘Burial position and mortuary practice as indicators of cultural and political change during the Maya ‘Collapse’ ’
  • Melissa Dobson ‘Intervertebral disc disease: its prevalence, distribution and relationship to other spinal pathology in two assemblages from medieval and post-medieval Chichester, England’ 
Completed Research Students:
Ioana Macovecuic 'Utility of gait as a biological characteristic in forensic investigations'
Thomas Siek 'Reconsidering the palaeoepidemiology of Neoplastic Disease'
Cara Hirst 'How does the mandible reflect dietary change?'

Academic Background
2007   Master of Science University College London
2005   Bachelor of Arts University of New Mexico
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