Posted 14/02/2021
Earlier this year Dr Ian Dadour, SCI Head of Research and Education, collaborated with the University of New Haven (Connecticut) and Murdoch University in a study that examines global taphonomy on small islands.
Ian, a Forensic and Medical Entomologist with a long history as a practitioner and researcher in forensic science says,
“The study was the first of its kind in a temperate region and the data collected will have high social impact as an aid to help solve serious crime committed on humans and animals on Rottnest Island in Western Australia.”
The study was supported by a national geographic grant from the USA.
Read the full paper in the Journal of Clinical and Health Sciences (JCHS) here.
The paper was jointly written with:
Abrar Essarras
Christopher O’Brien