2018 Grant Awards
Katie Tucker (University of Winchester) - £1,500.00 - Dissecting the Destitute: Investigating Anatomised Human Remains from the Armenfriedhöfe of Berlin.
Lauren McIntyre (Oxford Brookes University) - £2,331.70 - The All Saints Anchoress. An Osteobiography.
Sharon Clough (Cotswold Archaeology) - £2,108.90 - Solving the Mystery of the Bones from Cannington Park Quarry Cave.
Barbara Veselka (Leiden University) - £1,000.00 - Radiological assessment of vitamin D deficiency prevalence in two post-Medieval populations Beemster and Hattem, Netherlands.
Simone Lemmers (University of Kent) - £1,000.00 - Bio-erosion as a tool for unlocking pre-cremation funerary practices in the Chalcolithic Perdigões enclosure, Portugal.
2017 Grant Awards
Natasha Powers (Allen Archaeology Ltd) - £1,423.44 - Revealing Roman Lincoln: a burial resource assessment for Lindum Colonia.
Sophie Newman (Freelance Osteoarchaeologist) - £1,573.60 - Growing Old in the Industrial Age: ageing, health, and social identity in elderly females (18th-19th C).
Lulia Rusu (Cardiff University) - £990.00 - Exploring Magyar Diet and Health: Integrating osteoarchaeology and isotope analysis.
Christopher Aris (University of Kent) - £628.00 - Testing a new multivariate dental morphometric method of juvenile assessment on a known sex population.
2016 Grant Awards
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 Grant Awards
Paola Ponce (University College London) - £1,500.00 - Diagnosing Legg-Calve-Perthes disease in human skeletal remains.
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 Grant Awards