Dr Rebecca Griffin

Honorary Associate
Anatomy & Histology, School of Medical Sciences

Telephone 86278154

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Journals

  • Pitts, M., Griffin, R. (2012). Exploring Health and Social Well-Being in Late Roman Britain: An Intercemetery Approach. American Journal of Archaeology, 116(2), 253-276. [More Information]
  • Griffin, R., Pitts, M., Smith, R., Brook, A. (2011). Inequality at late Roman baldock, UK: The impact of social factors on health and diet. Journal of Anthropological Research, 67(4), 533-556.
  • Griffin, R., Penkman, K., Moody, H., Collins, M. (2010). The impact of random natural variability on aspartic acid racemization ratios in enamel from different types of human teeth. Forensic Science International, 200(1-3), 148-152. [More Information]
  • Griffin, R., Chamberlain, A., Hotz, G., Penkman, K., Collins, M. (2009). Age estimation of archaeological remains using amino acid racemization in dental enamel: A comparison of morphological, biochemical, and known ages-at-death. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 140(2), 244-252. [More Information]
  • Griffin, R., Donlon, D. (2009). Patterns in dental enamel hypoplasia by sex and age at death in two archaeological populations. Archives of Oral Biology, 54s(Supp 1), S93-S100. [More Information]
  • Parkin, N., Elcock, C., Smith, R., Griffin, R., Brook, A. (2009). The aetiology of hypodontia: the prevalence, severity and location of hypodontia within families. Archives of Oral Biology, 54(supp1), S52-S56. [More Information]
  • Brook, A., Griffin, R., Smith, R., Townsend, G., Kaur, G., Davis, G., Fearne, J. (2009). Tooth size patterns in patients with hypodontia and supernumerary teeth. Archives of Oral Biology, 54(Suppl1), S63-S70. [More Information]
  • Brook, A., Griffin, R., Townsend, G., Levisianos, Y., Russell, J., Smith, R. (2009). Variability and patterning in permanent tooth size of four human ethnic groups. Archives of Oral Biology, 54(Suppl1), S79-S85. [More Information]
  • Griffin, R., Moody, H., Penkman, K., Fagan, M., Curtis, N., Collins, M. (2008). A new approach to amino acid racemization in enamel: testing of a less destructive sampling methodology. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 53(4), 910-916. [More Information]
  • Griffin, R., Moody, H., Penkman, K., Collins, M. (2008). The application of amino acid racemization in the acid soluble fraction of enamel to the estimation of the age of human teeth. Forensic Science International, 175(1), 11-16. [More Information]
  • Griffin, R., Donlon, D. (2007). Dental enamel hypoplasias and health changes in the middle bronze age - Early iron age transition at Pella in Jordan. HOMO: Journal of comparative human biology, 58(3), 211-220. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Griffin, R., Donlon, D. (2003). Enamel hypoplasia: a reliable assay for health in past populations? ASHB, : Coin/Acoft.

2012

  • Pitts, M., Griffin, R. (2012). Exploring Health and Social Well-Being in Late Roman Britain: An Intercemetery Approach. American Journal of Archaeology, 116(2), 253-276. [More Information]

2011

  • Griffin, R., Pitts, M., Smith, R., Brook, A. (2011). Inequality at late Roman baldock, UK: The impact of social factors on health and diet. Journal of Anthropological Research, 67(4), 533-556.

2010

  • Griffin, R., Penkman, K., Moody, H., Collins, M. (2010). The impact of random natural variability on aspartic acid racemization ratios in enamel from different types of human teeth. Forensic Science International, 200(1-3), 148-152. [More Information]

2009

  • Griffin, R., Chamberlain, A., Hotz, G., Penkman, K., Collins, M. (2009). Age estimation of archaeological remains using amino acid racemization in dental enamel: A comparison of morphological, biochemical, and known ages-at-death. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 140(2), 244-252. [More Information]
  • Griffin, R., Donlon, D. (2009). Patterns in dental enamel hypoplasia by sex and age at death in two archaeological populations. Archives of Oral Biology, 54s(Supp 1), S93-S100. [More Information]
  • Parkin, N., Elcock, C., Smith, R., Griffin, R., Brook, A. (2009). The aetiology of hypodontia: the prevalence, severity and location of hypodontia within families. Archives of Oral Biology, 54(supp1), S52-S56. [More Information]
  • Brook, A., Griffin, R., Smith, R., Townsend, G., Kaur, G., Davis, G., Fearne, J. (2009). Tooth size patterns in patients with hypodontia and supernumerary teeth. Archives of Oral Biology, 54(Suppl1), S63-S70. [More Information]
  • Brook, A., Griffin, R., Townsend, G., Levisianos, Y., Russell, J., Smith, R. (2009). Variability and patterning in permanent tooth size of four human ethnic groups. Archives of Oral Biology, 54(Suppl1), S79-S85. [More Information]

2008

  • Griffin, R., Moody, H., Penkman, K., Fagan, M., Curtis, N., Collins, M. (2008). A new approach to amino acid racemization in enamel: testing of a less destructive sampling methodology. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 53(4), 910-916. [More Information]
  • Griffin, R., Moody, H., Penkman, K., Collins, M. (2008). The application of amino acid racemization in the acid soluble fraction of enamel to the estimation of the age of human teeth. Forensic Science International, 175(1), 11-16. [More Information]

2007

  • Griffin, R., Donlon, D. (2007). Dental enamel hypoplasias and health changes in the middle bronze age - Early iron age transition at Pella in Jordan. HOMO: Journal of comparative human biology, 58(3), 211-220. [More Information]

2003

  • Griffin, R., Donlon, D. (2003). Enamel hypoplasia: a reliable assay for health in past populations? ASHB, : Coin/Acoft.

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