The HuCS-ID Lab specialises in skeletal identification, including biological profile analysis As bioanthropologists we hold hands-on practical experience in human gross anatomy Our staff are leaders in individuation from medical radiographs We routinely publish quantitative studies on craniofacial identification in international journals Super-standardized facial photography is one of our research interests / tools We operate serveral of the field's  leading open-access data repositories
The Laboratory for Human Craniofacial and Skeletal Identification (HuCS-ID Lab) is a newly established forensic bioanthropology laboratory at the UQ School of Biomedical Sciences in Brisbane, Australia.

The laboratory draws on diverse skills in human anatomy, quantitative shape-analysis, statistical computing, photography, robotics and medical imaging to improve and quantify human identification methods intrinsic to physical anthropology. The laboratory is intensely research active and is directed by CN Stephan.

The HuCS-ID Lab operates several online and open-access forensic anthropology data repositories and will soon provide training to a select number of high-achieving UQ postgraduate students. Come back soon to explore this website's hyperlinks.
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