Honolulu Sunset
Honolulu, HI
United States of America
Please join us for our weekly meeting on Zoom! Our usual informal happy (half) hour begins at 6:00 pm, and the bell rings at 6:30 pm to formally start the meeting. 
Our speaker this week will be Dr. Robert Mann. Robert (“Bob”) Mann, PhD is a board-certified forensic anthropologist and adjunct Professor in the departments of anatomy and pathology at the John A. Burns School of Medicine University of Hawaii. His former positions include Director of the U.S. Department of Defense Forensic Science Academy (2007-2014), Anthropologist and Deputy Scientific Director of the Central Identification Laboratory (1992-2014), physical anthropologist at the Smithsonian Institution (1988-1992), and Assistant Director in Pathology and Assistant Morgue Director at the University of Tennessee School of Medicine, Tennessee (1987). While at the Central ID Laboratory in Hawaii, Bob did more than 55 search and recovery missions for missing American servicemembers around the world and currently serves as forensic anthropology consultant to the Honolulu Medical Examiner’s office.
Bob has examined more than 13,000 human skeletons and specializes in skeletal trauma, bone disease, and human variation. Some of his most notable cases include Jeffrey Dahmer’s first victim, New York serial killer Kendall Francois (killed 8 women and kept their bodies in his parents’ house), the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and sailors who died aboard the Civil War ironclad USS Monitor and the CSS Hunley, the first submarine to sink a ship in battle. Dr. Mann is a visiting professor, lecturer, and researcher at numerous medical schools, hospitals, and universities in the U.S., Thailand, and Europe. He serves on six editorial boards and has written 6 books on physical and forensic anthropology and more than 125 scholarly papers. 
To join the meeting via Zoom, please follow this link:

Meeting ID: 865 8869 6909

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