Dorthe Dangvard Pedersen Postdoctoral researcher

 

E-mail: dopedersen(at)health.sdu.dk

Tel.: +45 6550 4734

Mob.: +45 2878 3611

 

Education:

2017: PhD, ADBOU, Department of Forensic Medicine, University of Southern Denmark.

2009: MSc., Biological Anthropology, University of Southern Denmark.

2005: B.A., Prehistoric Archaeology and Medieval Archaeology, Aarhus University.

 

Employment:

2017 - : Postdoctoral researcher, ADBOU, University of Sourthern Denmark.

2013 - 2016 : PhD student, ADBOU, University of Sourthern Denmark.

2009 - 2012: Research assistant, ADBOU, University of Sourthern Denmark..

2007 - 2008: Student assistant, ADBOU, University of Southern Denmark.

Apr - Nov 2006: Anthropologist, Horsens museum. Excavation Sejet cemetery.

Summers 2002 - 2005: Student, Randers Kulturhistoriske museum. Excavation Tjærby cemetery.

Research interests:

  • Tuberculosis - paleopathological and epidemiological method development
  • Methods in skeletal excavation
  • Epidemiology of infectious diseases
  • Paleopathology

 

Projects and publications:

PhD thesis:

2016: 'The presence of tuberculosis in Danish skeletons, AD 800-1800 - from skeletal data to paleoepidemiological analysis'

 

Master thesis:

2009: 'Focal Osteolytic Syndrome, - the definition and epidemiological analysis of a newly recognised pathological condition in Danish Medieval skeletons'
 

Student project:

2003: 'Button osteoma i skeletmateriale fra dansk middelalder'

 

Anthropological reports:

2010: 'HOM 1649 - Horsens Ole Worms Gade'

2010: 'ASR 13 - Ribe Lindegården fase 1'

2009: 'HOM 1046 - Sejet Ødekirkegård'

2009: 'ÅHM 5675 - Ålborg Vor Frue kirkegård'
 

Publications:

Henriksen, MB, Thomsen JL, Pedersen DD, 2016. Den døde mand og havet – om et kranium, der var langt ældre end først antaget. Fynske minder 2016, s. 96-117.

Jensen, LS, Jensen LS, Pedersen DD and Kjærgaard A, 2008: 'Vejledning i udgravning af humane skeletter'. Published online at www.horsensmuseum.dk