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Our staff

Meet our current staff members of the UNB Bioarchaeology Field School.

Dr. Amy Scott

Project Director

Dr. Scott is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of New Brunswick. She specializes in studies of stress and health in ancient populations through the biochemical analysis of protein. Dr. Scott is also currently involved in studies of skeletal growth and body size, mortuary behaviour, and identity and age in burials contexts.

Dr. David Ebert

Manager at Parks Canada

While Dr. Ebert’s background is in archaeology and spatial patterning, he now works as the Strategic Advisor for the Parks Canada Cape Breton Field Unit and is the project manager for the costal erosion bioarchaeological work at the site.

Mallory Moran

Historic Archaeologist

Mallory is currently a PhD candidate in Anthropology at the College of William and Mary, studying ancient First Nations travel networks in Maine and New Brunswick. Ms. Moran completed a field school in historical archaeology in 2009 at Pemaquid Point, Maine, and has gone on to work on excavations in French Polynesia, Maine, New Mexico, Nova Scotia, and Virginia.

Dr. Jennifer Morgan

Field Osteologist

Dr. Morgan is a bioarchaeologist who specializes in palaeoepidemiology and the reconstruction of health in ancient populations through the use of non-destructive medical imaging techniques. Since 2013, Dr. Morgan has acted as the archaeology laboratory manager, osteological specialist, and historic artifact analyst with an environmental consulting firm in London, Ontario.

Mattia Fonzo

Lab Osteologist

Mattia is an interdisciplinary PhD student in anthropology and biology at the University of New Brunswick. She is currently exploring the impacts of human intestinal parasites on past populations using archaeoparasitology methods. This research will focus on the collection of pelvic soil samples from the individuals excavated at the Fortress of Louisbourg.

Nicole Hughes

Field Osteologist

Nicole is an MA student at the University of New Brunswick interested in manifestations of stress on human remains and what they can tell us about past populations. Her MA research will look at the biochemical levels of stress in individuals from the Fortress of Louisbourg.