Faculty & Staff Directory
- Adjunct Professor
The University of Tennessee (1998-2003)
Degrees: Doctor of Philosophy (August 2003),
Master of Arts (May 2000)
Major: Anthropology with an emphasis on forensic anthropology
University of Washington (1993-1997)
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (August 1997)
Major: Anthropology with an emphasis on physical anthropology and human anatomy
Forensic Anthropologist, FBI Laboratory
American Board of Forensic Anthropology
American Academy of Forensic Science (Fellow, Anthropology Section)
International Society of Forensic Radiology and Imaging (Member)
International Association of Coroners and Medical Examiners (Fellow Member)
NIJ Forensic Science Technology Working Group (Member)
Founder and co-editor of the journal Forensic Anthropology
MA and PhD in anthropology with an emphasis on forensic anthropology. 20 years of forensic anthropology casework experience with the FBI Laboratory and University of Tennessee Forensic Anthropology Center.
- FRSC 550 Issues in Forensic Anthropology
- Christensen AM, Passalacqua NV, Bartelink EJ. Forensic Anthropology: Current Methods and Practice. Elsevier-Academic Press: San Diego, CA, 2014 **Winner of a 2015 Text and Academic Authors Association’s Most Promising New Textbook Award in Life Sciences.
- Christensen AM, Hefner JT, Smith MA, Webb JB, Bottrell MC, Fenton TW. Forensic fractography of bone: A new approach to skeletal trauma analysis. Forensic Anthropology 2018;1(1):32-51.
- Christensen AM, Smith MA, Cunningham D, Wescott D, Glieber D. The use of industrial CT in forensic anthropology. Forensic Anthropology 2018;(2):124-140.
- Christensen AM, Jares L, Nicholas RW. Transplanted allograft bone in forensic anthropology. Journal of Forensic Radiology and Imaging 2017;9:36-39.