|Name:||Dr. Christina L. Fojas|
|Title:||Clinical Assistant Professor|
|Office Location:||Science and Allied Health 125|
|Extension:||(845) 575-3000 ext. 6276|
Ph.D., University of Tennessee
M.S., Mercyhurst University
B.A., New York University
Christina Fojas received a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Tennessee, MS in Biological Anthropology from Mercyhurst University, and BA in Anthropology from New York University. She has worked with the Office of Chief Medical Examiner of New York on a renewed operation to identify victims from September 11, 2001, conducted bioarchaeological fieldwork in Sudan, and trained the FBI on recovery techniques to locate and excavate clandestine graves. Prior to Marist, she was a Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the West Virginia School of Osteopathetic Medicine.
Fojas CL, Kim J, Minsky-Rowland JD, Algee-Hewitt BFB. (2018). Testing Inter-observer Reliability of the Transition Analysis Aging Method on the William M. Bass Forensic Skeletal Collection. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 165(1):183-193. https://doi.org/10.1002/ajpa.23342.
Fojas CL, Cabo LL, Passalacqua NV, Rainwater CW, Puentes K, Symes SA. (2015). The Utility of Spatial Analysis in the Recognition of Normal and Abnormal Patterns in Burned Human Remains. In: Passalacqua NV, Rainwater CW, editors. Skeletal Trauma Analysis: Case Studies in Context. West Sussex: Wiley. p. 204-221.
Skeletal biology, forensic anthropology, bioarchaeology, human anatomy, medical education, human growth and development
American Association of Physical Anthropologists
American Association of Anatomists
American Association of Clinical Anatomists
American Academy of Forensic Sciences
Fojas, CL. (2017). Heterogeneity in Oral Health in Middle Tennessee during the Mississippian Period. American Journal of Physical Anthropology S64:182.
Fojas, CL. (2016). Physiological stress in the Middle Cumberland Region of Tennessee: Mortality and survivorship differences during the Mississippian Period. American Journal of Physical Anthropology S62:146.