Congratulations to Elizabeth McLeod

LizElizabeth McLeod (2012), formerly Elizabeth “Liz” Lednicky, has recently been accepted to the University of Vermont College of Medicine. She hopes to pursue a career in forensic pathology. Liz has recently graduated from Boston University School of Medicine with a MS in Forensic Anthropology. Her thesis research investigated the effect of rainfall on decomposition and blowfly activity. She has been involved in additional research investigating histomorphometric factors in human rib bone and taphonomic indicators of rodent gnawing. She is currently working in the Department of Thoracic Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA awaiting the beginning of the 2016 school year.  Following are her recent contributions to scholarship:

McLeod, E. (2015) The Effect of Rainfall on Blowfly (Calliphoridae) Activity and Decomposition on Recently Deposited Animal Remains. Master’s Thesis. Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA.

Pokines, J., Sussman, R., Gough, M., Ralston, C., McLeod, E., Brun, K., Kearns, A., Moore, T. Taphonomic Analysis of Rodentia and Lagomorpha Bone Gnawing Based upon Incisor Size. Journal of Forensic Sciences. In Press.

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