Thanks and acknowledgements
Congratulations, you have now reached the end of Forensic Facial Reconstruction: Finding Mr X.
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The Lead Educator on this course Katherine Linehan, would like to thank the following people for their kind participation in the course:
- Nikki Taylor Senior Forensic Scientist: LGC Group
- Professor Martin Evison Director of Northumbria University Centre for Forensic Science
- Jon Cousins Detective Inspector, South Yorkshire Police
- Nicola Moyle Senior Crime Scene Investigator, South Yorkshire Police
- Frank Harkness Regional Area Forensic Manager, South Yorkshire Police
- Dr Daniela Cacciabue Associate University Teacher in Anatomy, University of Sheffield
- Daheen Lee Former Demonstrator for Biomedical Science, University of Sheffield
- Matthew Warlow Former Demonstrator for Biomedical Science, University of Sheffield
- Stephen Leonforte Former Demonstrator for Biomedical Science, University of Sheffield
- Professor Caroline Wilkinson Director, The Face Lab
- Robert Varey Ex- Chief Superintendent, South Yorkshire Police
- Dr. Susan Hayes Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Wollongong Australia
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The University’s Online Learning Team (Layla Croll, David Holloway, Rob Lapworth Spark, Laura Giles, Anna Symington and Chris Black) and Kieran Bentley (animator) for their fantastic work on the course.
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