The Laboratory for Human Craniofacial and Skeletal Identification (HuCS-ID Lab) is a forensic bioanthropology laboratory.

The laboratory draws on diverse skills in human anatomy, quantitative shape-analysis, statistical computing, photography, robotics and medical imaging to improve and quantify human identification methods intrinsic to physical anthropology. The laboratory is intensely research active.

The HuCS-ID Lab operates several online and open-access forensic anthropology data repositories and will soon provide training to a select number of high-achieving UQ postgraduate students. 

Visit the Craniofacial identification resource hub

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Find out more about our research environment and how to apply to do a short or long-term research project with us.