Emily completed her BSc in Applied Forensic Sciences with a concentration in Criminalistics and Forensic Biology from Mercyhurst University. While at Mercyhurst, she also completed a minor in Physics, as well as a minor in Music. She moved on to complete her MSc in Forensic Engineering and Science at Cranfield University, with a four month research period and thesis on the production and testing of a 3D printed analogue for spinal motion segments, based on a porcine sample. She has returned to Cranfield to pursue a PhD in the Macro-structure and Physicochemical Characteristics of Bone Disease.
Emily is carrying out her PhD research within the Cranfield Forensic Institute, within Cranfield Defence and Security. Her PhD research focuses on how bone disease affects both macro-structure and nano-structure of bone, for both medical and forensic applications.
Articles In Journals
- Franceskides C, Arnold E, Horsfall I, Tozzi G & Zioupos P (2017) A subject-specific analogue model for spinal motion segments. In: 23rd Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, Seville, 2-5 July 2017.
- Franceskides C, Arnold E, Horsfall I, Clasper J, Tozzi G & Zioupos P (2017) 3D printing, the future of cost effective biomechanical testing. In: SAFE Europe Symposium 2017, Amsterdam, 3-6 April 2017.