The Project Team



The
Digitised
Diseases
project has been undertaken by a multidisciplinary team of researchers from the Biological Anthropology Research Centre and the Centre for Visual Computing at the University of Bradford and our project partners Museum of London Archaeology and the Royal College of Surgeons of England in London, with further support from Pinderfields Hospital, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital and Smith & Nephew.
BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY RESEARCH CENTRE (University of Bradford)
Dr Andrew WILSON -
Project PI and Senior Lecturer in Forensic & Archaeological Sciences
Dr Jo BUCKBERRY -
Project Co-I and Lecturer in Biological Anthropology
Dr Chris GAFFNEY -
Project Co-I and Senior Lecturer in Archaeological Geophysics
Professor Keith MANCHESTER -
Clinical Lead, Honorary Visiting Professor and retired General Practitioner, responsible for clinical synopses
Dr Rebecca STORM -
Biological Anthropologist and Palaeopathologist, responsible for specimen descriptions
Andrew HOLLAND -
Biological Anthropologist, responsible for 3D laser scanning, photography and web structure
Tom SPARROW -
Archaeological Scientist, responsible for innovations, visualisation, web structure and development
Dr Alan OGDEN -
Biological Anthropologis, Palaeopathologist and retired Dentist, responsible for dental descriptions, radiographs and clinical synopses
Professor Maryann HARDY -
Clinical Radiographer and liaison with respect to CT
Anthea BOYLSTON -
Biological Anthropologist and Palaeopathologist, responsible for clinical synopses
Dr Gordon LE ROUX -
Palaeopathologist and General Practitioner, responsible for clinical synopses
Placement Students:
Tatiana DVORAK, Rebecca SIMMONS, Andrew DOUTHWAITE and Zoe MEACOCK
CENTRE FOR VISUAL COMPUTING (University of Bradford)
Professor Hassan UGAIL -
Project Co-I and Director of the Centre for Visual Computing
Dr David CONNAH -
Researcher in Visual Computing, responsible for quality control of texturing
David KEENAN -
Visual Artist, responsible for photo-realistic 'texturing' of 3D models
Pawel ELIASZ -
Visual Artist, responsible for photo-realistic 'texturing' of 3D models
Project Interns:
Nick WAKE and Velislava GEORGIEVA
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF ENGLAND
Dr Sam ALBERTI -
Director of Museums and Archives
Carina PHILLIPS -
Curator of the Wellcome Museum of Anatomy and Pathology, RCS Lead
Martyn COOKE -
Head of Conservation
Emmy BOCAEGE -
Visiting Researcher
MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology)
Natasha POWERS -
Head of Osteology & Research Coordinator, MOLA Lead
Don WALKER -
Biological Anthropologist, responsible for 3D laser scanning, photography and specimen descriptions
Mike HENDERSON -
Biological Anthropologist, responsible for 3D laser scanning, photography and specimen descriptions
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