Workshops and Short Courses

The Forensic Anthropology Research Centre offers a range of workshops and short courses every year, ranging from biostatistics to proficiency in conducting analyses in the biological profile. 

An Introductory Data Science Workshop: R Fundamentals and Biostatistics

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Do you struggle with statistical analysis or finding an adequate bio-statistician to assist you with your projects? If you are interested in conducting your own statistical analyses or being able to guide your postgraduate students in their statistical endeavours, then you will be interested in attending the upcoming working on R fundamentals and biostatistics facilitated by Dr Kyra E. Stull and Ms Cortney Hulse from The University of Nevada, Reno. The course is structured around hands-on practicals and interactive sessions that will ensure participants are comfortable with the R environment, running statistical analyses, and interpreting statistical outputs.

The course is offered from 20 to 24 August 2018 on the Hatfield Campus of the University of Pretoria. Space is limited to 20 participants.

Requirements: Laptop computer with at least 4 GB of RAM (and charger)

 

Short Course: Interpretation of Bone Trauma in Medicolegal Investigations

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In South Africa, forensic pathologists and anthropologist are increasingly requested to analyse and interpret bone trauma from skeletonized remains in a medico-legal setting, but many professionals remain hesitant or unsure how to adequately address skeletal trauma. If you have experienced difficulties in interpreting broken bones from decomposed or skeletonized remains in your practice, or are interested in learning more about the analysis and interpretation of bone fractures, then the members of the Forensic Anthropology Research Centre (FARC) would like to invite you to a five-day short course in the analysis and interpretation of bone trauma in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Pretoria from 10 to 14 September, 2018. 

- Author Clarisa Sutherland
Published by Clarisa van der Merwe

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