2016 BABAO Prizes & Awards

Jane Moore Podium Prize

1. Simon Chapple (& Patrick Mahoney), University of Kent, Tooth enamel biorhythm corresponds with modern human adult stature and body mass.

2. Felicia Fricke, University of Kent, Osteology in the Caribbean: Ethical, Theoretical, and Practical Considerations.

Bill White Poster Prize

1. Anna Barrett (& Pia Nystrom), University of Sheffield, Durham University, The British Museum, Why water matters: Investigating the effects of site hydrology on the diagenetic alteration of bone.

2. Kayla Crowder (& Janet Montgomery, Darren Grocke, Kori Filipek-Ogden), Durham University, Lesions and isotopes: an integrated study of childhood metabolic stress and stable isotope life histories in the Kingdom of the Gepids.

Grant Awards:

Academic Grants

Rachel Schats (Leiden University) - £1,000.00 - Syphilis in The Netherlands. Dating and provenance of three syphilitic individuals from Kampen.

Stephanie Payne (University of Cambridge) - £1,000.00 - Extremities at the Extremes: How do altitude-associated stresses shape Sherpa hand and food morphology?

Christianne Fernee (University of Southampton / Bristol) - £900.00 - Like pulling teeth: tooth variation within and between populations in the South of Britain.

2015 BABAO Prizes & Awards

Jane Moore Podium Prize

1. Lukas Waltenberger (Bornemouth University), Stabbed and Burnt - Reliability of Cut Marks.

Bill White Poster Prize

1. Eóin Parkinson (FRAGSUS, QUeen's University Belfast), The Brochtorff-Xaghra Circle Digitising Project

2. Ruth O'Donoghue (University of Bradford), An Evaluation of Isotopic Information Provided by Subadult Teeth in 19th Century London Populations.

Grant Awards:

Commercial Grant

Paola Ponce (University College London) - £1,500.00 - Diagnosing Legg-Calve-Perthes disease in human skeletal remains.

Academic Grants

Edouard Masson-MacLean (University of Aberdeen) - £855.00 - New methods to solve old problems; identifying salmon and trout vertebrae using geometric morphometrics.

Vitale Sparacello (Durham University) - £1,000.00 - A new case of Neolithic turberculosis from Liguria, Italy: the Pollera 21 child.

2014 BABAO Prizes & Awards

Jane Moore Podium Prize

1. A. Jay van der Reijden (University College London), A renewed classification system for cultural dental modification.

2. Maria Lahtinen (Durham University), Use of aquatic resources in the Bothnian Bay, North Baltic Sea – A case study of the Iin Hamina.

Bill White Poster Prize

1. Alison Atkin (University of Sheffield), The attritional mortality myth: A catastrophic error with demography.

2. Jenna Dittmar (& Piers M. Mitchell), University of Cambridge, New criteria for identifying and differentiating human dissection and autopsy in archaeological assemblages.