Professor Caroline Wilkinson
University of Dundee
Caroline is Professor of Craniofacial Identification at the University of Dundee, UK. Her research group, Forensic & Medical Art, was formed through a collaboration between the Centre for Anatomy & Human Identification and the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in 2005.
Her research includes the craniofacial depiction of unidentified bodies for forensic identification or the depiction of historical figures, Egyptian mummies, Bog bodies or people from the past for archaeological investigation.
She is also involved in the study of craniofacial changes during transsexual treatment, the evaluation of Tsantas, medical avatars, disaster victim identification and the depiction of disease and trauma in museum exhibitions.
Her research utilises 3D haptic technology, clinical images, stereolithography, 3D animation and 3D laser capture.