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Tyler Edward Dunn, PhD

Assistant Professor

Medicine

Tyler Dunn

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School of Medicine
Medical Education
Medical Sciences (Master of Science)
Graduate School
HLSB - Hixson Lied Science Building

Tyler Edward Dunn, PhD

Assistant Professor

Medicine

Research Focus

Hominin morphological variation
Human skeletal biology and gross anatomy
Estimation of the biological profile
Ecogeographic variation
Taphonomic Field processes and site formation

Department

Medical Education

Position

Assistant Professor

Articles

  • Journal of Forensic Science
    Schaffer, W. C. and T. E. Dunn 2017 Accuracy and Reliability of Total Body Mass Estimation Techniques from Stature and Bi-iliac Breadth in Non-Hispanic U.S. Whites from the Bass Donated Skeletal Collection
    63, p. 1486-1491 2017
  • Current Anthropology
    Demeter, F., L. Shackelford, K. Westaway, L. Barnes, P. Duringer, J.-L. Ponche, J. Dumoncel, F. Sénégas, T. Sayavongkhamdy, J.-X. Zhao, P. Sichanthongtip, E. Patole-Edoumba, T.E. Dunn, A. Zachwieja, Y. Coppens, E. Willerslev, A.-M. Bacon. Early Modern Humans from Tam Pà Ling, Laos: Fossil Review and Perspectives
    58, p. S527-S538

Presentations

  • Dunn T. E., A. J. Zachwieja, L. L. Shackelford, N. T. Mai Huong, P. Duringer, J.-L. Ponche, C Aichholzer, Q Boesch, E. Patole-Edoumba, A.-M. Bacon, D Sihanam, P. Sichanthongtip, T. Sayavongkhamdy and F. Demeter. Preliminary results from a recently discovered Holocene burial site in Northern Laos, Tam Pa Ling. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 168(S68):65. Poster session presented at: 88th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists; 2019 March 24-30; Cleveland, Ohio. 2019
  • Zachwieja, A. J., F. Demeter, A.-M. Bacon, N. T. Mai Huong, N. A. Tuan, K. Westaway, P. Duringer, J.-L. Ponche, P. Sichanthongtip, T. Sayavongkhamdy, T. E. Dunn, L. L. Shackelford. Ecological niche models of human land use in Late Pleistocene Southeast Asia suggest both abiotic and biotic variables influenced human dispersal. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 168(S68):278. Poster session presented at: 88th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists; 2019 March 24-30; Cleveland, Ohio 2019
  • Dunn, T. E., S. C. Kindschuh, B. S. Walter. 2019. Evaluation of the Interobserver reliability of aging methods from the pubic symphysis. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Science 25:46. Poster session presented at: 71st Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences; 2019 February 18-23; Baltimore, Maryland 2019
  • Kindschuh, S. C., B. S. Walter, T. E. Dunn. 2019. Assessing the utility of the Suchey-Brooks method on a historical sample. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Science 25:47. Poster session presented at: 71st Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences; 2019 February 18-23; Baltimore, Maryland 2019
  • Dunn, T. E. 2017. Evaluation of the covariation in markers of robusticity in the locomotor skeleton. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 162 (S64):168. Poster session presented at 86th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists; 2017 April 19-22; New Orleans, Louisiana 2017
  • Peschel, E. P., T.E. Dunn, J.D. Bethard, Z. Nyaradi, A. Gonciar M.A. Katzenberg, S. Ambrose. 2017. Reconstructing Székely subsistence: stable isotope evidence for medieval diet in eastern Transylvania. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 162 (S64):314. Poster session presented at 86th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists; 2017 April 19-22; New Orleans, Louisiana. 2017
  • Podium, 10th US-China Young Scientist Forum, August 2016. Beijing, China            Title: Evolutionary Integration of Robusticity Markers in Modern Human Postcrania  2016
  • Dunn, T. E. 2015. Body mass estimation in paleoanthropological and bioarchaeological contexts: validation with a known body mass modern human sample. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 156 (S60):125. Poster session presented at: 84th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists; 2015 March 25-28; St. Louis, Missouri 2015
  • Dunn, T. E. 2015. Living body mass estimation from skeletal elements in forensic contexts. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Science 21:87. Poster session presented at: 67th Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences; 2015 February 16-21; Orlando, Florida 2015
  • Dunn, T. E. 2014. The utility of the first metatarsal for estimation of body mass and stature: Validation of De Groote and Humphrey (2011). American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153 (S58):111. Poster session presented at: 83rd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists; 2014 April 8-12; Calgary, Alberta 2014
  • Poster, Boston University Scholars Day; April 2014. Boston, Massachusetts, USATitle: The utility of the first metatarsal for estimation of body mass and stature: Validation of De Groote and Humphrey (2011)  2014

Awards

  • Outstanding Rank Human Anatomy
    Spring 2017 UIUC List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent
    College of Medicine, University of Illinois
  • Outstanding Rank Human Anatomy
    Fall 2016 UIUC List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent
    College of Medicine, University of Illinois
  • Outstanding Rank Human Anatomy
    Spring 2016 UIUC List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent
    College of Medicine, University of Illinois
  • Outstanding Rank Human Anatomy
    Fall 2015 UIUC List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent
    College of Medicine, University of Illinois
  • Outstanding Rank Human Osteology
    Spring 2015 UIUC List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent
    Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois