Gail Anderson Zoology, Animals, Physiology, Metabolism

entomology, insects, forensics, crime

"I wanted a job that I would enjoy - one that I would not sit watching a clock all day, and one that I felt really did something useful."

The Story

Anderson is famous for her pioneering work using insects as a forensic tool. She can tell how long a person has been dead by examining the insects involved in decomposing the body.

The Person

Birthplace
England
Residence
Vancouver, BC
Title
Professor
Office
Simon Fraser University
Status
Working
Degrees
  • BSc Manchester 1983
  • MSc SFU 1986
  • PhD SFU 1992
Last Updated
October 13, 2011
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