Carolyn Rando
Carolyn Rando
UCL Institute of Archaeology
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TMJ osteoarthritis: a new approach to diagnosis
C Rando, T Waldron
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 148 (1), 45-53, 2012
A preliminary investigation into the accuracy of 3D modeling and 3D printing in forensic anthropology evidence reconstruction
RM Carew, RM Morgan, C Rando
Journal of forensic sciences 64 (2), 342-352, 2019
The bias snowball and the bias cascade effects: Two distinct biases that may impact forensic decision making
IE Dror, RM Morgan, C Rando, S Nakhaeizadeh
Journal of forensic sciences 62 (3), 832-833, 2017
Changes in mandibular dimensions during the mediaeval to post-mediaeval transition in London: A possible response to decreased masticatory load
C Rando, S Hillson, D Antoine
Archives of Oral Biology 59 (1), 73-81, 2014
Developing the use of Structure-from-Motion in mass grave documentation
W Baier, C Rando
Forensic science international 261, 19-25, 2016
Forensic gait analysis and recognition: standards of evidence admissibility
I Macoveciuc, CJ Rando, H Borrion
Journal of forensic sciences 64 (5), 1294-1303, 2019
Cascading Bias of Initial Exposure to Information at the Crime Scene to the Subsequent Evaluation of Skeletal Remains
S Nakhaeizadeh, R Morgan, C Rando, I Dror
Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2017
Extensive unusual lesions on a large number of immersed human victims found to be from cookiecutter sharks (Isistius spp.): an examination of the Yemenia plane …
A Ribéreau-Gayon, C Rando, Y Schuliar, S Chapenoire, ER Crema, ...
International journal of legal medicine 131, 423-432, 2017
The suitability of visual taphonomic methods for digital photographs: An experimental approach with pig carcasses in a tropical climate
A Ribéreau-Gayon, C Rando, RM Morgan, DO Carter
Science & Justice 58 (3), 167-176, 2018
Experimental assessment of the surface quality of 3D printed bones
RM Carew, RM Morgan, C Rando
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 53 (5), 592-609, 2021
Stressed Out: Reconsidering stress in the study of archaeological human remains
M Edinborough, C Rando
Journal of Archaeological Science 121, 105197, 2020
A multi-method assessment of 3D printed micromorphological osteological features
RM Carew, F Iacoviello, C Rando, RM Moss, R Speller, J French, ...
International Journal of Legal Medicine 136 (5), 1391-1406, 2022
A step-by-step method for producing 3D crania models from CT data
M Robles, RM Carew, RM Morgan, C Rando
Forensic Imaging 23, 200404, 2020
The utility of three-dimensional models of paranasal sinuses to establish age, sex, and ancestry across three modern populations: a preliminary study
M Robles, C Rando, RM Morgan
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 54 (3), 326-345, 2022
Transcript of WAC 8 digital bioarchaeological ethics panel discussion, 29 August 2016 and resolution on ethical use of digital bioarchaeological data
BR Hassett, C Rando, E Bocaege, M Alfonso Durruty, C Hirst, S Smith, ...
Archaeologies 14, 317-337, 2018
Lessons from the past: Metabolic bone disease in historical captive primates
M Farrell, C Rando, B Garrod
International Journal of Primatology 36, 398-411, 2015
A novel method for producing 3D models of paranasal sinuses for forensic anthropology applications
M Robles, RM Morgan, C Rando
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 53 (6), 693-702, 2021
An assessment of the reliability of cut surface characteristics to distinguish between hand‐powered reciprocating saw blades in cases of experimental dismemberment
B Martlin, C Rando
Journal of forensic sciences 66 (2), 444-455, 2021
Socioeconomic differences in diet: An isotopic examination of post‐Medieval Chichester, West Sussex
K Dhaliwal, C Rando, H Reade, AL Jordan, RE Stevens
American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2020
A palaeoepidemiological investigation of osteomata, with reference to medieval Poland
T Siek, C Rando, A Cieślik, A Spinek, T Waldron
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 31 (2), 154-161, 2021
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