Alison Galloway (1953-present)
- Galloway is a British forensic anthropologist who her PhD from the University of Arizona.
- Her research is focused on legal aspects of forensic anthropology: rates and processes of decomposition, age-related changes in the skeleton and the analysis of trauma.
- She is best known for identifying the physical remains of Laci Peterson in the Scott Peterson Trial.
- Galloway has lectured in forensic anthropology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and has edited three books on the subject.
Author: Gabriele Perminaite (2021) LJMU Student
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