Sloan Fridrich is an undergraduate studying biological anthropology and human anatomy. Their interests in the PAPER lab include faunal analysis, comparative osteology, and bone markings with overall interests in forensic anthropology and paleoanthropology. They are currently aiding a research team in creating a 3D skeleton online database.
Emily LaBrasciano is an undergraduate student who came into GW to study literature but quickly switched into biological anthropology. She has developed an interest in osteology through research at the PAPER lab. She is currently working on comparative faunal analysis with the end goal of creating a 3D library of comparative skeletons.
Sophie Muir is an undergraduate student at GW where she studies anthropology. She has been working in the PAPER lab, which has allowed her to explore interests in comparative osteology, 3D scanning, and scientific communication. She is a part of the research team working on creating a collection of 3D comparative skeletons and an accompanying website.
As an undergraduate student at GW, Olivia is studying biology with a personal interest in Chinese language and literature. Her interests within the PAPER lab include comparative osteology, faunal analysis, and 3D scanning. Olivia is currently helping build the lab’s comparative osteology collection by curating various skeletons including baboons, cows, and a Shetland pony.
Alum - Paulette Ma
As an undergraduate at GW, Paulette was a major contributer to the 3D comparative osteology collection project, scanning many of the collections in the SEH Paleo lab.
Alum - Jane Meiter
As an undergrad, Jane was a major contributer to the 3D comparative osteology collection project, spending many hours in the NMNH Museum Support Center osteology collections.