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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. Emily has recently completed a PhD titled Integration of Bone Micro-architecture and Mineral Physicochemistry: Development of Local Structure Models for Carbonate Substituted and Stoichiometric Hydroxyapatite and their Clinical and Forensic Implications.
Emily is currently a research fellow within Cranfield Defence and Security, focusing on X-ray diffraction imaging using a novel collection geometry, with potential applications in both security and clinical settings.
Articles In Journals
- Maier AK, Manzella A, Bonicelli A, Arnold EL, Márquez-Grant N & Zioupos P (2023) Wet bone characteristics persist in buried bone after 10 weeks: implications for forensic anthropology, Forensic Sciences, 3 (3) 491-505.
- Gosling SB, Arnold, EL & Davies SK et al. (2023) Microcalcification crystallography as a potential marker of DCIS recurrence, Scientific Reports, 13 (1) Article No. 9331.
- Evans JPO, Elarnaut F, Downes D, Lee WK, Arnold EL & Rogers K (2023) Sparse interleaved sampling for high resolution focal construct geometry X-ray tomography, Optics Express, 31 (10) 15301-15315.
- Bonicelli A, Kranioti EF, Xhemali B, Arnold E & Zioupos P (2022) Assessing bone maturity: compositional and mechanical properties of rib cortical bone at different ages, Bone, 155 (February) Article No. 116265.
- Arnold EL, Gosling S, Davies SK, Cross HL, Evans P, Keeble DS, Greenwood C & Rogers KD (2022) Thermally dynamic examination of local order in nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite, Journal of Solid State Chemistry, 315 (November) Article No. 123474. Dataset/s: 10.17862/cranfield.rd.19886560
- Arnold EL, Keeble DS, Evans JPO, Greenwood C & Rogers KD (2022) Investigating pair distribution function use in analysis of nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite and carbonate-substituted hydroxyapatite, Acta Crystallographica Section C: Structural Chemistry, 78 (5) 271-279.
- Bonicelli A, Zioupos P, Arnold E, Rogers K, Xhemali B & Kranioti EF (2021) Age related changes of rib cortical bone matrix and the application to forensic age-at-death estimation, Scientific Reports, 11 (1) Article No. 2086. Dataset/s: 10.1038/s41598-021-81342-0/MediaObjects/41598_2021_81342_MOESM1_ESM.docx
- Franceskides C, Arnold E, Horsfall I, Tozzi G, Gibson MC & Zioupos P (2020) Spinal motion segments — II: tuning and optimisation for biofidelic performance, Journal of Bionic Engineering, 17 (4) 757-766.
- Franceskides C, Arnold E, Horsfall I, Tozzi G, Gibson MC & Zioupos P (2020) Spinal motion segments — I: concept for a subject-specific analogue model, Journal of Bionic Engineering, 17 (4) 747-756.
- Arnold E, Keeble D, Greenwood C & Rogers K (2020) New insights into the application of pair distribution function studies to biogenic and synthetic hydroxyapatites, Scientific Reports, 10 (1) Article No. 19597. Dataset/s: https://static-content.springer.com/esm/art:10.1038/s41598-020-73200-2/MediaObjects/41598_2020_73200_MOESM1_ESM.pdf
- Arnold EL, Clement J, Rogers KD, Garcia-Castro F & Greenwood C (2020) The use of μCT and fractal dimension for fracture prediction in osteoporotic individuals, Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 103 (March) Article No. 103585.
- 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.