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Episode 144: Evan Bird – Forensic Anthropology and The Corpse Review

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Episode 144: Evan Bird – Forensic Anthropology and The Corpse Review

Today my guest is Forensic Anthropologist Evan Bird What we discuss with Evan: How he got interested in forensic anthropology and how educational path The importance of networking in the forensic field…
January 23, 2023

Episode 144: Evan Bird – Forensic Anthropology and The Corpse Review

Today my guest is Forensic Anthropologist Evan Bird

What we discuss with Evan:

  • How he got interested in forensic anthropology and how educational path
  • The importance of networking in the forensic field
  • His experience in teaching and how that helps him in other areas
  • How he became a consultant with federal agencies
  • His experience during the COVID pandemic and how mass fatality procedures were changed because of it
  • How and why he started his Instagram page, The Corpse Review
  • How he uses The Corpse Review to help people learn about forensics 

Links for this episode:

Health Podcast Network

 LabVine Learning

The ConfLab from LabVine

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The Corpse Review on Instagram

Forensic Anthropology

Northeast Crime Scene Institute

 

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