I have recently awarded a graduate degree in Forensic Science (Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Archaeology). I have been trained in bioarchaeology, and physical anthropology as well. My current research primarily focuses on (upper limbs) traumas and spinal pathology (AS) found on modern Cypriot population.

Aside as a student, I also work as the forensic anthropologist of National Police of Timor Leste, in hope of providing clues, answers and even closures for civilians that had been killed in massacres in the 70s and 90s. My educational background includes degrees in Philosophy (with Departmental Honor, BA, University of Oregon), Anthropology (MA, The Chinese University of Hong Kong), and candidate of Forensic Sciences (Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Archaeology) (MSc, University of Leicester). In the late 2017, I have been partnered with KENYON International Emergencies Services, a private DVI company on working on disaster relief and response. I am assigned as the Team Members Regional Coordinator (Asia) since.

I have a strong commitment to interdisciplinary work. I have conducted research in bioarchaeology in University of Warsaw, Poland, interned as a forensic anthropologists in Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner Office, Florida, and took part in Forensic excavation for humanitarian cause in Cyprus. At the same time, my research, my field experiences merge together with my writing avatar. I am constantly a contributor to the online Hong Kong news platform, Stand News, with a column on bones, archaeology, anthropology and forensics. My food and culture ego also contributes in a Taiwanese online platform, where I write about Greek food culture.

If you are looking for planning a session or general education on forensics/ archaeology/ anthropology/ bones/ CSI, please kindly reach out.

You can find out more about my work and research using the above navigation, where you will see links to my bilingual blog, CV, publications and research.
(Header image: Kutná Hora, Bone Church, Czech Republic)