Guest speaker events 2017-07-16T21:33:35+00:00

Conference and invited speaker topics

Symposiums/Conferences

Facial Tissue Depths from Virtual heads. Australia and New Zealand Clinical Anatomy annual conference. Hobart. December 2010.

Forensic Facial Approximation. Current Research. 2nd Annual Forensic Biology Symposium. Dunedin. February 2011.

 Dissecting the blur; does Anatomy need Art? Art and Medicine Symposium. Dunedin Art School. October 2011.

Comparison of two measurement methods: slide caliper and cone beam computed tomography, using facial soft tissue depth probes. Australia and New Zealand Clinical Anatomy annual conference. Hobart. December 2011.

Ancestry Prediction for Incomplete Skulls. Australia and New Zealand Clinical Anatomy annual conference. Sydney. December 2012.

Ancestry Prediction for Incomplete Crania. Otago School of Biomedical Sciences Forum. Dunedin. February 2013.

Is it OK to use Caucasoid facial soft tissue depths values for a craniofacial reconstruction onto a Chinese skull? European Joint congress of Clinical Anatomy. Lisbon. June 2013.

Comparison of facial soft tissue depth values in New Zealand and Chinese women. American Association of Clinical Anatomists. Denver. July 2013.

Estimation of Body Mass Index from Facial Soft Tissue Depth Landmarks. Australia and New Zealand Clinical Anatomy annual conference. Brisbane. December 2013.

Forensics: Reconstructing a Face onto a Skull. New Zealand Odontology Annual Conference. Wellington. May 2014.

Position Effect on Facial Soft Tissue Depths. A Sonographic Investigation. Australia and New Zealand Clinical Anatomy annual conference. Queenstown. December 2014.

Body Mass Index estimation from the zygomatic region. Australia and New Zealand Clinical Anatomy annual conference. Adelaide. December 2015.

The Face: Achieving best prediction of soft tissue form. New Zealand Society of Cosmetic Medicine. August 2016.

 South Dunedin, A Murky Problem: Can Art Help Clarify? Art And Future: Energy, Climate, Cultures Symposium. Dunedin. October 2016.

 Forensic Facial Anatomy, and how this links with dental technology. New Zealand Institute of Dental Technologists. Dunedin. November 2016.

A Simple Truth: Hands-on learning works. Australia and New Zealand Clinical Anatomy annual conference. Canberra. December 2016.

Public talks

 Putting a Face Back onto a Skull. Friends of the Dunedin Public Art gallery. Dunedin Public Art Gallery. August 2015.

Touch: The Neglected Sense? University of the Third Age. Dunedin. June 2016.

Science and Art. The World around me. Columba College High School. Dunedin. September 2016.

Forensic Facial Approximation. Fallacies and Truths. Dunedin South Rotary Club. Dunedin. February 2017.

Touch: The Neglected Sense? University of the Third Age. Invercargill. April 2017.