Te Tapu o Te Tangata
Dr Angela Clark is a part-time lecturer in the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Otago. Her research integrates a holistic bioarchaeological approach to forensic science, acknowledging that human beings are both sociocultural and biological beings – te tapu o te Tangata
Publications & Awards
Dr Clark is the Principal Investigator of a novel transdisciplinary research project examining the impact of 3D visualisation of skeletal trauma in Aotearoa New Zealand courts, funded by the University of Otago.
Dr Clark supervises students on research projects relating to forensic anthropology, forensic human remains identification, biomaterials and trauma. If you are interested in working with Dr Clark contact her with your CV and research interests using the link below.