David Bryson 29 Mr
I studied Anatomy at Aberdeen University before completing PGCert in Education at Aberystwyth University. I have worked between Art & Design, as programme leader for Design for Digital Media, Web Design and Multimedia and FdA applied photography and Life and Natural Sciences. I taught on the Human Biology module whilst teaching on Biological Imaging and started teaching in Forensic Science in 2004 with the Forensic Imaging module then also Techniques in Human Identification which became Forensic Anthroplogy which I taught for 12 years.
I am currently Senior Lecturer Forensic Anthropology and Photography in Biomedical and Forensic Sciences, School of Human Sciences, College of Life and Natural Sciences.
My research is very much about osteology, teaching and learning, history of medicine in particular acromegaly and gigantism and the application of photography to science see http://photolibrary.cladonia.co.uk.