Ellis R. Kerley Research Award Announced


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Source: Christian Crowder, PhD

Please join us in congratulating Anthropology Section Fellow Gregory Berg on receiving The Ellis R. Kerley Research Award. Dr. Berg’s winning submission, A Large-Scale Evaluation of Intraperson Isotopic Variation Within Human Bone Collagen and Bioapatite, was presented at the recent AAFS Annual Scientific Meeting in Baltimore, MD.

The purpose of The Ellis R. Kerley Research Award is to recognize excellence in the continuing effort to research and develop methods in Forensic Anthropology. The award consists of a plaque from the Anthropology Section and a cash award ($250) from the Kerley Foundation. Selection is made by the Foundation Board members and the section chair, who is considered a rotating member.

Congratulations, Greg!