Keynote speakers

To be announced.

Day 1

Megan Brickley - Department of Anthropology | McMaster University | Ontario | Canada

Porotic Skeletal Lesions: Potential and Problems in Paleopathology

Manuel Polo-Cerdá - Anthropology and Forensic Odontology Unit | Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences of Valencia | Spain

Porotic phenomena in Paleopathology: a holistic view from Medicine

Lexi O'Donnell - College of Population Health | University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center | EUA

Porous cranial lesions now and then: Reappraising the role of anemia in the formation of cribra orbitalia and porotic hyperostosis with contemporary data

Rachel Schats - Human Osteoarchaeology | Leiden University | Netherlands

Complex connections? The correlation and association of different porous skeletal lesions

Natascia Rinaldo - Laboratory of Archaeo-Anthropology and Forensic Anthropology | University of Ferrara | Italy

Issues in the assessment of porotic hyperostosis and cribra orbitalia in human skeletal remains: the need for a standardized data collection procedure

Jane E. Buikstra - Center for Bioarchaeological Research | Arizona State University | EUA

Plugging the holes: what we have learned here and a way forward

Day 2

The programme will be available shortly.

Hands-on Workshop

A hands-on Workshop for porous skeletal lesions observation and recording will take place in the afternoon of July 8.

Multi-sections will be organized but there will be a limited number of seats. Therefore, registration must be done during the early bird ending May 1, 2023.

Workshop Room: Laboratory 1.2 (Department of Life Sciences, University of Coimbra).

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