Tracy Rogers (Anthropology)

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On this edition of the of VIEW to the U, Professor Tracy Rogers plots her research path that has led to her place as forensic anthropologist at the University of Toronto Mississauga and as a consultant with the Ontario Forensic Pathology Service. She discusses her broad program of research that touches on several areas, including identifying skeletal remains, analyzing bone composition, and investigating skeletal health.

Based on her research expertise she has been actively involved in case work since 1998, and has provided testimony for several high profile cases in Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia.

With this second season of the podcast focused on Women in Academia, Tracy also talks about why forensic science is a particular draw for women and the importance of science outreach.

A full transcribed version of the podcast interview is available.