Forensic Anthropology Field Lab (FAFL)
The mission of FAFL is to provide opportunities in research, training, and service related to forensic anthropology and related disciplines. Our field lab includes a variety of open, wooded, and underground environments to facilitate cutting-edge research and training in clandestine grave recovery. The FAFL is part of KSU’s Skeletal Variation Research Group, which also includes the Bone Biomechanics Lab. These resources are available to students, researchers, and law enforcement agencies. Training courses for law enforcement and medicolegal professionals will begin in summer 2020.
Please contact FAFL Director, Dr. Alice Gooding if you are interested in research collaboration or professional development opportunities.
Please also e-mail Dr. Gooding if you are interesteed in volunteering at the Forensic Anthropology Field Lab (FAFL).