Caroline took up the post of Director of the School of Art & Design in October 2014. She has a background in art and science and her research and creative work sits at the forefront of art-science fusion and includes subjects as diverse as forensic art, human anatomy, medical art, face recognition, forensic science, anthropology, 3D visualisation, digital art and craniofacial identification.
Caroline is a graduate of the University of Manchester, where she also led the Unit of Art in Medicine 2000-2005 and received a NESTA fellowship to develop a 3D computerised facial reconstruction system for use in forensic and archaeological depiction. She moved to LJMU from the University of Dundee, where she was Head of Human Identification in the award-winning Centre for Anatomy & Human Identification. Her high profile facial depiction work includes facial depictions of Robert the Bruce, Richard III, St Nicolas, J.S. Bach and Mary, Queen of Scots.
Caroline Wilkinson is Director of the Face Lab, a LJMU research group based in Liverpool Science Park. The Face Lab carries out forensic/archaeological research and consultancy work and this includes craniofacial analysis, facial depiction and forensic art. Craniofacial analysis involves the depiction and identification of unknown bodies for forensic investigation or historical figures for archaeological interpretation. Face Lab research relates to facial identification, craniofacial reconstruction, preserved bodies and facial animation. Caroline is accredited as a forensic anthropologist Level I (craniofacial specialism) by the Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) and is an experienced forensic practitioner.
Caroline Wilkinson has collaborated frequently with museums and the media, especially relating to craniofacial depiction of people from the past. She has worked with the National Museum of Scotland, National Museum of Ireland, Museum of London, Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum, Theban Mapping Project, Moesgaard Museum and the Fraunhofer Institute. She has current research collaborations with Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, Chonnam National University, the University of Liverpool and the University of Glasgow.
2001, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, PhD
1998, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, MPhil
Director, Liverpool School of Art & Design, School of Art & Design, Liverpool John Moores University, 2014 - present
Director Face Lab, Art & Design, Liverpool John Moores University, 2014 - present
Professor and Head of Identification, Centre for Anatomy & Human Identification, University of Dundee, 2005 - 2014
Unit Manager and Research Fellow, Art in Medicine, University of Manchester, 2001 - 2005
Professional Diploma in Medical Art, UK, Medical Artists Education Trust, 1994 - 1995
Wilkinson C, Smith K, Roughley M. 2018. Who Am I? Remembering the Dead Through Facial Reconstruction: The Facial Reconstruction Process Publisher Url
Roughley MA, Hengelhaupt ID, Wilkinson CM. 2017. Face Lab – Facial depiction of one of the Scottish Soldiers Author Url
Wilkinson C, Liu C, Roughley M. 2018. Facial depiction of a Neolithic individual excavated from a site in Switzerland on display at Museum Burghalde in Lenzburg Author Url
Liu C, Burton I, Shrimpton S, Wilkinson C. 2018. Facial depictions of WW1 German soldier excavated from a battlefield near the French Village of Bullecourt. Featured on Digging for Britain: 'East', Series 7 Episode 3 Publisher Url
Wilkinson C, Shrimpton S, Smith K, Roughley M. 2018. Facial Depiction of "The Rider of Hemmaberg" - a 5/6th century man with a wooden leg prosthesis from the Migration Period in Carinthia, on display at the Archaeological Pilgrim Museum in Globasnitz Author Url
Smith K, Roughley M, Wilkinson C. 2018. Facial Depictions of The Goucher Mummy and Amenirdis, two ancient Egyptian women for the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum, Baltimore Author Url Publisher Url
Wilkinson CM, Liu CYJ, Hengelhaupt ID, Roughley MA. 2017. Facial depiction of Skeleton 22 - 17th Century Scottish soldier found buried at Durham Cathedral, for the exhibition 'Bodies of Evidence' at Palace Green Library, Durham Cathedral. Author Url Publisher Url
Wilkinson CM, Liu CYJ, Roughley MA. 2017. Facial depiction of a 19th century individual (POW) with a craniotomy: Featured on BBC4, Digging for Britain, Series 8, Episode 4, 04/DEC/2019, 21:00 Author Url Publisher Url
wilkinson CM, smith K, liu C, Roughley MA. 2016. Facial depictions of 3 medieval Norwegians for the exhibition "Hvor kommer du fra?/From where do you hail?" at Bryggens Museum, Bergen, Norway 01 Oct 2016 - 13 Aug 2017 Author Url Publisher Url
Roughley MA, Shrimpton S, Wilkinson CM. 2016. Facial depiction of Kukruse lady - a 13th century AD lady from Estonia Publisher Url
wilkinson CM, Roughley MA, liu C. 2016. Facial depiction of Leasowe man on display at Liverpool Museum Publisher Url
Wilkinson CM, Shrimpton SL, Roughley MA. 2015. Facial Depiction of a 1200 year old bog body known as "Bernie", on display at Ostfriesisches Landesmuseum, Emden Publisher Url
Liu C, Roughley M, Shrimpton S, Wilkinson C. Facial depiction of two Mesolithic individuals from Norway on display at Bergen City Museum
Roughley M, Smith K, Wilkinson C. 2019. Investigating new areas of art-science practice-based research with the MA Art in Science programme at Liverpool School of Art and Design Higher Education Pedagogies, DOI Public Url
Lee WJ, Shinde V, Kim YJ, Jadhav N, Waghmare P, Tadav Y, Munshi A, Panyam A, Chatterjee M, Oh CS, Hong JH, Wilkinson C, Rynn C, Shin DH. 2019. Craniofacial reconstruction of the Indus valley civilization individuals found at 4500-year-old Rakhigarhi cemetery Anatomical Science International, DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
MacGregor M, Wilkinson C. 2019. In Search of Robert Bruce, Part II: Medieval Royal Burial at Dunfermline and the Tomb Investigations of 1818-19 Scottish Historical Review, 98 :159-182 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
Lopez-Capp TT, Rynn C, Wilkinson C, de Paiva LAS, Michel-Crosato E, Biazevic MGH. 2018. Sexing the cranium from the foramen magnum using discriminant analysis in a Brazilian sample Brazilian Dental Journal, 29 :592-598 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
Miranda GE, Wilkinson CM, Roughley M, Beaini TL, Melani RFH. 2018. Assessment of accuracy and recognition of three-dimensional computerized forensic craniofacial reconstruction PLoS ONE, 13 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
Lopez-Capp TT, Rynn C, Wilkinson CM, Saavedra de Paiva LA, Michel-Crosato E, Biazevic MGH. 2018. Craniometric variation among Brazilian and Scottish populations: a physical anthropology approach Brazilian Journal of Oral Sciences, 17 DOI Publisher Url Public Url
Campomanes-Alvarez C, Ibáñez O, Cordón O, Wilkinson C. 2018. Hierarchical information fusion for decision making in craniofacial superimposition Information Fusion, 39 :25-40 DOI Author Url Public Url
Bulut O, Liu C-YJ, Koca F, Wilkinson C. 2017. Comparison of three-dimensional facial morphology between upright and supine positions employing three-dimensional scanner from live subjects LEGAL MEDICINE, 27 :32-37 DOI Author Url Public Url
Houlton TMR, Wilkinson CM. 2016. Recently identified features that help to distinguish ceremonial tsantsa from commercial shrunken heads JOURNAL OF CULTURAL HERITAGE, 20 :660-670 DOI Author Url Public Url
Erolin C, Lamb C, Soames R, Wilkinson C. 2016. Does Virtual Haptic Dissection Improve Student Learning? A Multi-Year Comparative Study Westwood JD, Westwood SW, FellanderTsai L, Fidopiastis CM, Liu A, Senger S, Vosburgh KG. MEDICINE MEETS VIRTUAL REALITY 22, 220 :110-117 DOI Author Url Public Url
Damas S, Wilkinson C, Kahana T, Veselovskaya E, Abramov A, Jankauskas R, Jayaprakash PT, Ruiz E, Navarro F, Huete MI, Cunha E, Cavalli F, Clement J, Leston P, Molinero F, Briers T, Viegas F, Imaizumi K, Humpire D, Ibanez O. 2015. Study on the performance of different craniofacial superimposition approaches (II): Best practices proposal FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL, 257 :504-508 DOI Author Url Public Url
Strauss A, Oliveira RE, Bernardo DV, Salazar-Garcia DC, Talamo S, Jaouen K, Hubbe M, Black S, Wilkinson C, Richards MP, Araujo AGM, Kipnis R, Neves WA. 2015. The Oldest Case of Decapitation in the New World (Lapa do Santo, East-Central Brazil) PLOS ONE, 10 DOI Author Url Public Url
Hwang H-S, Choe S-Y, Hwang J-S, Moon D-N, Hou Y, Lee W-J, Wilkinson C. 2015. Reproducibility of Facial Soft Tissue Thickness Measurements Using Cone-Beam CT Images According to the Measurement Methods JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, 60 :957-965 DOI Author Url Public Url
Lee W-J, Wilkinson CM, Hwang H-S, Lee S-M. 2015. Correlation Between Average Tissue Depth Data and Quantitative Accuracy of Forensic Craniofacial Reconstructions Measured by Geometric Surface Comparison Method JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, 60 :572-580 DOI Author Url Public Url
Huete MI, Ibáñez O, Wilkinson C, Kahana T. 2015. Past, present, and future of craniofacial superimposition: Literature and international surveys Legal Medicine, 17 :267-278 DOI
Briggs M, Wilkinson C, Golash A. 2014. Digital multimedia books produced using iBooks Author for pre-operative surgical patient information Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine, 37 :59-64 DOI Author Url Public Url
Lee WJ, Yoon AY, Song MK, Wilkinson CM, Shin DH. 2014. The archaeological contribution of forensic craniofacial reconstruction to a portrait drawing of a Korean historical figure JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE, 49 :228-236 DOI Author Url Public Url
Short LJ, Khambay B, Ayoub A, Erolin C, Rynn C, Wilkinson C. 2014. Validation of a computer modelled forensic facial reconstruction technique using CT data from live subjects: A pilot study FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL, 237 DOI Author Url
Kealy G, Gapert R, Buckley L, Cassidy M, Mcnulty J, Wright R, Foyle R, Meier-Augenstein W, Kemp H, Wilkinson C, Rynn C, Clifford S. 2014. Multi-disciplinary approach toward the identification of a human skull found 55 km off the Southeast Coast of Ireland :193-210 DOI
Hwang H-S, Park M-K, Lee W-J, Cho J-H, Kim B-K, Wilkinson CM. 2012. Facial Soft Tissue Thickness Database for Craniofacial Reconstruction in Korean Adults JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, 57 :1442-1447 DOI Author Url
Lee W-J, Wilkinson CM, Hwang H-S. 2012. An Accuracy Assessment of Forensic Computerized Facial Reconstruction Employing Cone-Beam Computed Tomography from Live Subjects JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, 57 :318-327 DOI Author Url
Wilkinson C, Evans R. 2011. Are facial image analysis experts any better than the general public at identifying individuals from CCTV images? (vol 49, pg 191, 2009) SCIENCE & JUSTICE, 51 :218-221 DOI Author Url
Pueschel K, Saering D, Kaesemann P, Scheuermann S, Kreutz K, Ohlrogge S, Wittwer-Backofen U, Burrath S, Wilkinson C, Bauerochse A, Schultz M, Jopp E. 2011. Facial reconstruction of a severely fragmented bog body RECHTSMEDIZIN, 21 :221-224 DOI Author Url
Needham C, Wilkinson C, Soames R. 2011. Virtual Reality Haptic Human Dissection Westwood JD, Westwood SW, FellanderTsai L, Haluck RS, Hoffman HM, Robb RA, Senger S, Vosburgh KG. MEDICINE MEETS VIRTUAL REALITY 18, 163 :397-399 DOI Author Url
McKenna D, Wilkinson C, Ker J. 2010. Diagnostic recognition of facial changes associated with chronic conditions: Use of an elearning tool to enhance medical student education Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine, 33 :55-62 DOI Author Url
Caldwell DH, Hall MA, Wilkinson CM. 2009. The Lewis Hoard of gaming pieces: A re-examination of their context, meanings, discovery and manufacture Medieval Archaeology, 53 :155-203 DOI
Rynn C, Wilkinson CM. 2006. Appraisal of traditional and recently proposed relationships between the hard and soft dimensions of the nose in profile AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 130 :364-373 DOI Author Url Public Url
Brier B, Wilkinson C. 2004. A preliminary study on the accuracy of mummy portraits: Hierzu Tafel XXIII-XXIX Zeitschrift fur Agyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde, 132 :107-111
Needham C, Wilkinson C, Knüsel CJ. 2003. Reconstructing visual manifestations of disease from archaeological human remains Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine, 26 :103-107 DOI
Wilkinson CM, Motwani M, Chiang E. 2003. The relationship between the soft tissues and the skeletal detail of the mouth JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, 48 :728-732 Author Url
Wilkinson CM, Mautner SA. 2003. Measurement of eyeball protrusion and its application in facial reconstruction JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, 48 :12-16 Author Url
Wilkinson CM. 2002. In vivo facial tissue depth measurements for white British children JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, 47 :459-465 Author Url
Manley B, Eremin K, Shortland A, Wilkinson C. 2002. The facial reconstruction of an Ancient Egyptian Queen. The Journal of audiovisual media in medicine, 25 :155-159
Wilkinson C, Neave R. 2001. Skull re-assembly and the implications for forensic facial reconstruction Science and Justice - Journal of the Forensic Science Society, 41 :233-234 DOI
Wilkinson C, Rynn C, Peters H, Taister M, Kau CH, Richmond S. A blind accuracy assessment of computer-modeled forensic facial reconstruction using computed tomography data from live subjects. Forensic science, medicine, and pathology, 2 :179-187 DOI Author Url Public Url
Wilkinson CM, Lee WJ, Oh CS, Yoo JA, Kim YS, Hong JH, Ju JO, Choi SJ, Lee SD, Shin DH. Bio-anthropological Studies on Human Skeletons from the 6th Century Tomb of Ancient Silla Kingdom in South Korea PLoS One, DOI Author Url Public Url
Wilkinson CM, ibanez O, valsecchi A, cavalli F, Huete M, Campanones-Alvarez C, Vicente R, Navega MS, Ross A, Jankausas R, Imaizumi K, Hardiman R, Jayaprakash P, Ruiz E, Molinero F, Leston P, Veselovskaya E, Abramov A. Study on the criteria for assessing skull-face correspondence in craniofacial superimposition Legal Medicine, 23 :59-70 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
Lopez-Capp TT, Rynn C, Wilkinson CM, Saavedra de Paiva LA, Michel-Crosato E, Biazevic MGH. Discriminant analysis of mandibular measurements for the estimation of sex in a modern Brazilian sample International Journal of Legal Medicine, DOI Author Url Public Url
Campomanes-Alvarez C, Martos-Fernandez R, Wilkinson CM, Ibanez O, Cordon O. Modeling skull-face anatomical/morphological correspondence for craniofacial superimposition-based identification IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, DOI Author Url Public Url
Roughley M, Wilkinson C. 2019. The affordances of 3D and 4D digital technologies for computerized facial depiction Rea P. Biomedical Visualisation 2 :87-101 Springer International Publishing 978-3-030-14226-1 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
Wilkinson CM. 2018. Archaeological Facial Depiction for People from the Past with Facial Differences Skinner P, Cock E. Approaching Facial Difference Past and Present Bloomsbury Publishing 9781350028296 Publisher Url Public Url
Wilkinson CM. 2014. The facial analysis of the Lewis Chess pieces Caldwell DH, Hall MA. The Lewis Chessmen: new perspectives :1-10 National Museums of Scotland. Edinburgh 978 1 905267 85 9 Publisher Url
Richmond S, Beldie L, Lu Y, Middleton J, Walker B, Cronin A, Drage N, Zhurov A, Wilkinson C. 2013. Predicting and Managing Surgical Intervention in Craniofacial Disharmony-A Biomechanical Perspective Three-Dimensional Imaging for Orthodontics and Maxillofacial Surgery :180-197 9781405162401 DOI
Mahoney G, Wilkinson C. 2012. Computer-generated facial depiction Craniofacial Identification :222-237 9780521768627 DOI
Davis JP, Valentine T, Wilkinson C. 2012. Facial image comparison Craniofacial Identification :136-156 9780521768627 DOI
Wilkinson C. 2012. Juvenile facial reconstruction Craniofacial Identification :254-260 9780521768627 DOI
Wilkinson C, Tillotson A. 2012. Post-mortem prediction of facial appearance Craniofacial Identification :166-183 9780521768627 DOI
Wilkinson CM. 2008. The facial reconstruction of ancient Egyptians Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science :162-178 9780521865791 DOI
Wilkinson CM. Craniofacial Analysis and Identification Valentine T, Davies JP. Forensic Facial Identification: Theory and Practice of Identification from Eyewitnesses, Composites and CCTV :93-126 John Wiley & Sons 978-1118469583 DOI
Lee WJ, Mackenzie S, Wilkinson C. Facial Identification of the Dead Black S, Ferguson E. Forensic Anthropology: 2000 to 2010 :363-386 CRC Press. Boca Raton 978-1-4398-4588-2
Wilkinson C. The Facial Reconstruction of Grauballe Man Asingh P, Lynnerup N. Grauballe Man - an iron age bog body revisited :260-273 Jutland Archaeological Society
Wilkinson C. Facial Anthropology and Reconstruction Black S, Thompson T. Biological Human Identification :231-256 Cambridge University Press
Smith K, Wilkinson C, Roughley M, Balachandran S, Swaney M, Garcia JR. 2019. One of Us? Navigating ‘rehumanisation’ questions in the depiction and display of two ancient Egyptians from the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum International Association of Craniofacial Identification Author Url
Wilkinson CM, smith K, Roughley MA, baker C. 2017. Facial Depiction of Ta Kush (3D printed replica and animation) on display as part of the 'Ancient Lives' exhibition at Maidstone Museum
Wilkinson CM, Shrimpton SL, SMITH K, LIU C, Roughley MA. 2017. Facial depiction of George Lister and Elizabeth Dibb (3D printed replicas) on display at Washburn Heritage Centre Publisher Url
Wilkinson CM, Aitken J. Facial depiction of Richard III Publisher Url
Wilkinson C, Shrimpton S, Roughley M, Smith K, Liu CY. Facial depiction of two Mesolithic individuals from Norway (3D printed replicas) on display at Bergen City Museum
Wilkinson CM. 2015. ‘Severed: A History of Heads Lost and Heads Found’ reviewed by Professor Caroline Wilkinson Centre for Medical Humanities Durham University, Publisher Url
Wilkinson C, Rynn C. 2012. Craniofacial identification :1-263 9780521768627 DOI
Caldwell D, Hall MA, Wilkinson CM. The Lewis Chessmen Unmasked National Museums of Scotland 9781905267460
Wilkinson C. Forensic Facial Reconstruction Cambridge University Press 9780521820035
Editorial/letter to the editor
Wilkinson CM, Roughley MA. Undead Sun:We Put the World Before You Author Url
Godfrey B, Wilkinson CM, Roughley MA, Williams L, Hengelhaupt ID, Price K. Convict Faces Author Url
Wilkinson C, Godfrey B, Liu C, Maxwell-Stewart H. Convicts
Phillips F, Wilkinson C, Castaneyra-Ruiz M. Canarii: The Quest for Ancient Faces
Gibbon V, Wilkinson C, Smith K, Sealy J, Mutsvangwa T, Hall S, Penn N. Sutherland Reburial and Restitution
Liu C, Wilkinson C, Pinheiro Flores M. Rubens Painting comparison Facial Comparison Report :1-13
Engagement & Impact
Finalist Impact Award (international reach), Liverpool City Region Culture & Creativity Awards 2019. 2019
Research Team of the Year (awarded to Face Lab, LJMU) - Educate North Awards 2019, Educate North, https://www.educatenorth.co.uk/2019-winners. 2019
‘Heritage Project Award’ for Exercise MAGWICH, Ministry of Defence Sanctuary Awards (2018), presented to Operation Nightingale (DIO) and Face Lab (LJMU), Ministry of Defence, https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/757743/Sanctuary_magazine_2018_issue.pdf. 2018
‘Silver Otter Award’ for Exercise MAGWICH, Ministry of Defence Sanctuary Awards (2018), presented to Operation Nightingale (DIO) and Face Lab (LJMU), Ministry of Defence, https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/757743/Sanctuary_magazine_2018_issue.pdf. 2018
Combined Royal Colleges Medal is awarded for an outstanding contribution to the advancement and/or application of medical photography or the wider field of medical imaging, Royal Photographic Society. 2016
Liverpool John Moores University's Vice-Chancellor's Excellence Award for Excellence in Social and Economic Engagement (2016) - Presented to Professor Caroline Wilkinson and the Face Lab team, Liverpool John Moores University. 2016
Royal Society of Edinburgh Senior Award for Public Engagement, Royal Society of Edinburgh, https://www.royalsoced.org.uk/938_PrizeHistory.html. 2013
‘Extreme forensics’ in South Africa: exploring new post-mortem visual identification protocols, The International Association of Craniofacial Identification, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana USA, Oral presentation. 2019
One of Us? Navigating ‘rehumanisation’ questions in the depiction and display of two ancient Egyptians from the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum, The International Association of Craniofacial Identification, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA, Poster presentation. 2019
Smith, K. A., Wilkinson, C. W., Roughley, M. A. (2018), Death Futures?, Encountering Corpses IV - ‘Post-Human Corpse, Death and Digital Technology’, No 70 Oxford Street, Manchester, Oral presentation. 2018
Roughley, M. A., Wilkinson, C. M., Shrimpton, S. L., MacGregor, M., Mockton, D. G., Moffat, R., (2018), Exploring cognitive bias when texturing a facial depiction of King Robert the Bruce, Art, Materiality and Represenation - Royal Anthropological Institute Conference 2018, British Museum, SOAS, Oral presentation. 2018
Smith, K. A., Balachandran, S., Wilkinson, C. M., Swaney, M., Garcia, J. R., Roughley, M. A., (2018), One of Us? Navigating ‘rehumanisation’ questions in the depiction and display of ancient Egyptians from the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum, Art, Materiality and Representation - Royal Anthropological Institute Conference 2018, British Museum, SOAS, Oral presentation. 2018
Smith, K. A., Roughley, M. A., Harris, S., Wilkinson, C. M., Palmer, E., (2018), From Ta-Kesh to Ta-Kush: the affordances of digital, haptic visualisation for heritage accessibility, Extraordinary World Congress on Mummy Studies, Santa Cruz, Tenerife, Oral presentation. 2018
Research Grants Awarded:
AHRC follow on funding for impact and engagement, Prison culture and heritage: Fremantle Prison Wall paintings and their artists, Barry Godfrey, University of Liverpool; Paul Cooke, University of Leeds, Hamish Maxwell-Stewart, University of Tasmania, Grant value (£): 71582.84, Duration of research project: 12 months. 2019
British Academy Knowledge Frontiers, Migrant Disaster Victim Identification, Grant value (£): £49,994, Duration of research project: 12 months. 2019
QR APSS, Faces of Merseyside, Grant value (£): 22,000, Duration of research project: 6 months. 2016
AHRC, Image Gallery: The Evolution of Facial Reconstruction, Mark Roughley, Grant value (£): 4000, Duration of research project: 8 months. 2015
DSTL PhD scholarship, Facial avatars and familar face recognition, Prof Chris Rowland, University of Dundee; Dr Charlie Frowd, University of Winchester, Grant value (£): 125000, Duration of research project: 4 years. 2013
Other invited event:
Holyrood STEM Scotland 2019, Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh, https://stem.holyrood.com/agenda-2019. 2019
Combined Royal Colleges Lecture, Royal College of Medicine, London, Depicting the Dead. 2018
GREAT festival 2018, Hong Kong, Robert Burns animation and average faces demonstration. 2018
Archaeological Facial Reconstruction Symposium, Dongshin University, Seoul, South Korea, Invited speaker. 2017
Skeletons, Stories & Social Bodies Conference - keynote speaker, University of Southampton, The changing social context relating to the depiction of faces of the dead for forensic identification and archaeological investigation. 2017
Ada Lovelace Lecture, Edinburgh Napier University, http://www.napier.ac.uk/about-us/events/ada-lovelace-lecture-with-caroline-wilkinson This event was part of Ada Lovelace Day, a worldwide celebration of women in science, technology, engineering and maths.. 2016
History of Medicine invited speaker, Royal College of Medicine, London, Depicting the Dead. 2016
Rediscovering Richard III public symposium - Yornight 2015, York Museum, http://yornight.com/2015/activities/yorkshire-museum/rediscovering-richard-iii/. 2015
University of Tasmania, Professor Hamish Maxwell-Stewart. 2018
University of Liverpool, Professor Barry Godfrey. 2017
Johns Hopkins University, Dr Sanchita Balachandran. 2016
University of Dundee, Prof Chris Rowland. 2015
University of Glasgow, Dr Martin MacGregor. 2015
External PGR examinations performed:
University of Edinburgh, PhD, Facing the past: in vivo facial soft tissue depths of a modern adult population from Germany. 2015
Membership of professional bodies:
Fellow, Royal Anthropological Institute. 2014
Accredited Forensic Anthropologist Level I (craniofacial specialism), Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI). 2013
Fellow, Royal Society of Edinburgh. 2012
Associate Member, OSAC Facial Identification. 2010
Board of Governors, International Association of Craniofacial Identification (IACI). 2008
Fellow, Anatomical Society.
Member, British Association of Forensic Anthropology.
http://www.barb.co.uk/viewing-data/weekly-top-30/, http://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/channel-4s-secret-history-shakespeares-7613441, TV appearance 8pm C4 26 March 2016 Secret Histories: Shakespeare's Tomb Craniofacial and forensic art expertise 1.47 million viewers over 7 days.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-35892795, BBC coverage of the release of the updated facial depiction of Merseyside's oldest skeleton know as 'Leasowe Man' - Collaborative work with Professor Caroline Wilkinson, Jessica Liu, Mark Roughley.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b084wwhm, 2016 Robert the Bruce - Cean an Righ (The King's Head). BBC ALBA on 15 and 18 December 2016 at 20:30..
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-38242781, https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/dec/08/sprucing-up-robert-the-bruce-scottish-kings-face-gets-3d-treatment, http://news.sky.com/story/robert-the-bruce-revealed-in-new-images-based-on-dug-up-skull-10687798, Worldwide news coverage of the reveal of a facial depiction of Robert the Bruce.
http://www.liverpoolsciencepark.co.uk/ljmu-face-lab-exhibition-reveals-beatles-similarities/, http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/arts-culture-news/exhibition-face-typical-merseyside-criminal-11829024, https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/about-us/news/beatles-similarities-revealed, Faces of Merseyside' exhibition.
http://www.rps.org/rps-journals/about, Royal Photographic Society Journal 2016 RPS Awards Oct 2016 Volume 156, number 10.
https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/562202647344996353, https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/559406305585430528, https://twitter.com/BBCNWT/status/561238007077142529, Face Lab. Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool School of Art and Design research group launch event.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000bypb, BBC4, Digging for Britain, Series 8, Episode 4, 04/DEC/2019, 21:00. Digging for Britain joins Ministry of Defence archaeologist Richard Osgood on an island near Portsmouth with members of Operation Nightingale, a military initiative using archaeology to aid in the recovery of service personnel injured in conflict. Face Lab produced the facial reconstruction..
https://www.channel5.com/episode/shrunken-heads/, 2017 Ancient Mysteries - Shrunken Heads – C5 documentary examining the provenance of shrunken heads..
https://www.laprovincia.es/multimedia/videos/cultura/2018-12-14-160334-inauguracion-exposicion-busqueda-caras-ancestrales.html, 2018 – Canarii: the quest for ancient faces exhibition coverage.
Dutch forensic series - Crime College (Misdaadcollege) - June 2019 - on Maas Girl forensic case..
Other Professional Activity:
Craniofacial Identification speaker at Forensic Anthropology and Disaster Management Training Course at NFI Field Lab, The Hague - 15-17 April 2015.
Hosted Connecting Minds Symposium at Tate Liverpool 2015 http://www.lahf.org.uk/connecting-minds-liverpool-%E2%80%93-4-september.
Hosted Image Conference 2016 at John Lennon Art & Design Building in collaboration with Liverpool Biennial..
Keynote speaker at Craniofacial Identification Symposium, University Witwatersrand, South Africa - 3 March 2016.
Public Engagement Series - Liverpool LASER. Part of the worldwide series of Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) Talks sponsored by Leonardo, the International Society for Art, Sciences and Technology (Leonardo/ISAST). LASER talks are an international programme of free evening gatherings that bring artists and scientists together for informal presentations and conversations on art, science and technology. Liverpool LASER is one of only 36 LASER hosts operating worldwide and with every LASER being unique to its own community, Liverpool LASER hopes to bring together interested individuals to explore and cultivate the growing art/science/technology community in the North West. Liverpool LASER hosted by Professor Caroline Wilkinson, Director Liverpool School of Art and Design, and Mark Roughley, MA Art in Science programme tutor, is supported by the MA Art in Science programme. More information on the Liverpool LASER series here: https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/microsites/liverpool-laser.
Transgender hate crime sumposium - hosted at LJMU - Sept 2017.