Dr Laura Evis

Lecturer in Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology


Dr Laura Evis is a forensic bioarchaeologist who adapts and applies various archaeological and anthropological techniques to help answer questions and solve problems for medico-legal investigations. 
Topics of interest include the development of specialist search, location, recovery and recording methods for forensic casework, including work conducted in domestic, international and mass disaster settings. Laura's previous research focused on experimentally testing existing archaeological excavation techniques and recording methods to validate their suitability for use in forensic casework. 
Laura teaches across a range of subjects, but specialises in forensic archaeology and anthropology.