Anne Kroman

Medical student United States, TN
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Profession
Medical student
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Ocupation title
PhD, med student
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Current organization
About
Obtained my PhD in Physical Anthropology and Skeletal Biology in 2007, and am currently a third year medical student interested in a career in the field of radiology
Gender
Female

Education & Work

College / University
LMU-DCOM
Graduation year
2012
Specialty training school
Final year of last training
Area of expertise
Licensed states
Curriculum vitae
¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬Curriculum Vitae Anne Meredith Kroman, PhD Phi Beta Kappa PO Box 281 Cumberland Gap, TN 37724 [email protected] _____________________________________________________________________________ Education: 2007- Present Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Candidate. Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine. Expected Graduation May 2011. 2003 – 2007 Ph.D. Physical Anthropology, The University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology. Doctoral Exam complete July 2005. Dissertation Title: Fracture Biomechanics of the Human Body. 2001 -2003 Master’s of Arts, The University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology. Thesis Title: Backward and Forward: The Gurdjian Theory and Blunt Force Trauma. 1998 – 2001 Bachelor’s of Arts, The University of Kansas, Department of Anthropology. Graduate with Honors and Phi Beta Kappa. Research Interests: 1. Fracture biomechanics of bone 2. Biomechanics of injury and injury treatment 3. Osteopathic manipulative treatment 4. Cranial biomechanics 5. Forensic anthropology Employment: 2005 – Present Principle Scientist, BEST Engineering. Consulting, testing, and research services in accident reconstruction, biomechanics, product design, human factors, and industrial safety. Activities include analyses of various types of vehicle, industrial, and consumer accidents with respect to system failure, product liability and injury causation. Forensic consulting in criminal and civil cases concerning the biomechanics of injury, mechanisms of injury, liability, and causation. Academic Appointments: 2009 – 2010 Anatomy and Osteopathic Principles and Practices Fellow. Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine. 2003 – 2007 Graduate Teaching Aid, Department of Anthropology, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN. Courses as teaching assistant: Human Osteology, Oral Biology. 2005 – 2006 Adjunct Faculty, Department of Natural and Behavioral Sciences. Pellissippi Technical Community College, Knoxville TN. Course taught: Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratories. 2005 – 2006 Adjunct Faculty, School of Nursing. South College, Knoxville TN. Courses taught: Anatomy and Physiology I Lecture, Anatomy and Physiology I Lab, Anatomy and Physiology II Lab. 2006 Adjunct Faculty, Department of Anthropology, Appalachian State University. Course taught: Forensic Anthropology. Additional Teaching - Short Courses and Workshops: 2002 – 2006 FBI Human Remains Recovery School. Week long training for FBI Evidence Recovery Team Agents in forensic anthropology and burial excavation. Hosted by the University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology. 2005 Forensic Anthropology and Bone Trauma. Santiago, Chile. Training for law enforcement in Chile, and the Chilean Forensic Team concerning forensic and human rights cases. Hosted by the Servico Medico-Legal branch of the Chilean Government. 2004 Bone Trauma Workshop. Guatemala City, Guatemala. Training for the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Team in the assessment of skeletal trauma, fracture patterns, and biomechanics of bone. 2002 Practical Application of Forensic Anthropology. University of New Orleans and the Southern Institute of Forensic Science. 2001 Bone Trauma Analysis. University of New Orleans and the Southern Institute of Forensic Science. Graduate Research Assistantships: 2005 – 2006 McClung Museum of Anthropology, University of Tennessee 2004 – 2005 Bone Trauma Research Grant, Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee. 2002 – 2004 National Forensic Academy, University of Tennessee. Medical Student Teaching Assistantships: 2008 – 2009 Osteopathic Practice and Principles Lab Teaching Assistant Medical Student Leadership Positions: 2009 – 2010 Anatomy and OPP Fellow 2009 UAAO Student Member of Louisa Burns Osteopathic Research Committee 2007-2009 LMU-DCOM Student Ambassador 2008-2009 President LMU-DCOM Chapter Undergraduate American Academy of Osteopathy 2007-2008 President LMU-DCOM Chapter Undergraduate American Academy of Osteopathy Research Grants: Knife and Saw Toolmark Analysis in Bone: Research Designed for the Examination and Interpretation of Criminal Mutilation and Dismemberment. Principle investigators: Steven A. Symes, Anne M. Kroman, Susan T. Myster. Awarded by the National Institute of Justice. Award Number 2005-IJ-CX-K016 Award Amount Grant phase one - $201,853.00 Bone Trauma: A text of fracture biomechanics. Principle investigators: Steven A. Symes and Anne M. Kroman Awarded by the University of Tennessee Law Enforcement Innovation Center Grant Awarded to co-author text and atlas on bone trauma. Additional authors include; Tyler A. Kress, Ph.D., Ranald Donaldson, M.D. Award Amount $54,000.00 Dismemberment and Mutilation Saw Marks in Bone: Analysis and Interpretation. Principle investigators: Steven A. Symes and Anne M. Kroman Awarded by the University of Tennessee Law Enforcement Innovation Center Grant Awarded to co-author text on analysis of saw marks in human bone. Award Amount $4,000.00 William M. Bass Foundation research grant Awarded by the University of Tennessee Department of Anthropology Award Amount $1,000.00 University of Tennessee McClure Foundation grant Awarded by the University of Tennessee for bone trauma research in collaboration with the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Team Award Amount $2,000.00 University of Tennessee Department of Anthropology Graduate Travel Award Awarded by Department of Anthropology for travel to the 2006 American Association of Physical Anthropologists Meetings. Award Amount $500.00 Forensic Science Foundation Lucas Grants Award for research in casting and cut mark analysis by the Forensic Science Foundation of the American Academy of Forensic Science. Award Amount $1,500.00 Forensic Science Foundation Lucas Grants – Acorn Grant Award for research in thermal bone trauma and fracture patterns. Additional authors: Joanne Devlin, Steven A. Symes. Award Amount $500.00 Scholarships and Recognition: 2009 A. Hollis Wolf Osteopathic Student Paper Competition, 4th Place, American Academy of Osteopathy Convocation 2004 J. Lawrence Angel Award, American Academy of Forensic Science 2004 Graduate Student Travel Grant, University of Tennessee 2004 Invited presentation for Conference on Science and the Law, National Institute for Justice. 2001 Induction into Phi Beta Kappa honor society 2001 Ad Adstra American Women in Science Travel Grant 2001 KU Undergraduate Research Symposium 2000 J. Michael Young Opportunity Fund 1999 – 2000 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Scholarship, University of Kansas 1998 – 2000 University of Kansas Merit Scholarship Publications: 2010 Kroman AM, Kress TA Fracture biomechanics of the human cranium. Journal of Clinical Anatomy. In Press: An invited contribution to a special edition on new research in the field of impact biomechanics. 2010 Kroman AM, Kress TA, Symes SA Bone trauma in Forensic Anthropology: How experimental testing has changed the field. Journal of Clinical Anatomy. In Press: An invited contribution to a special edition on new research in the field of impact biomechanics. 2010 Kroman AM, Symes SA, Kress TA Fracture propagation in the human cranium: A re-testing of popular theories. Journal of Forensic Science. In Press. 2005 Symes SA, Kroman AM, Rainwater CW, Piper AL Bone biomechanical considerations in perimortem vs. postmortem thermal bone fractures: fracture analyses on victims of suspicious fire scenes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Feb 126 (S40): 141 2004 Marks MK and Kroman AM African American Biohistory of President’s Island, Tennessee. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Feb 123 (S38): 25 Published Proceedings 2010 Kroman AM Rethinking bone trauma: a new biomechanical continuum based approach. Proceedings from the American Academy of Forensic Science, Seattle. 2009 Symes SA, Chapman EN, Murad TA, Bartelink EJ, Kroman AM. Burned Bone Analysis with Implications of Peri- and Postmortem Bone Trauma Assessments. Proceedings from the National Association of Medical Examiners (NAME) San Fransico, CA 2009 Kroman AM, Thompson GA Cranial Suture Closure as a Reflection of Somatic Dysfunction: Lessons from Osteopathic Medicine Applied to Physical Anthropology. Proceedings from the American Academy of Forensic Science, Denver. Pages 326-327 2009 Kroman AM, Thompson GA Correlation Between Cranial Suture Fusion and Somatic Dysfunction. Proceedings form the American Osteopathic Association Research Symposium. Las Vegas, Nevada 2007 Kroman AM, Kress TA, Porta DJ Propeller Impacts: Injury Mechanism and Bone Trauma. Proceedings from the American Academy of Forensic Science, San Antonio. 2007 Kress TA, Porta DJ, Kroman AM, Anderson BO Bone-Breaking Rules: A Report of Six Fracture Mechanisms-of-Injury Axioms Developed from Experimental Impact Testing. Proceedings from the American Academy of Forensic Science, San Antonio. 2007 Anderson BO, Kress TA, Kroman AM, Porta DJ, Hungerford JC An Experimental Comparison of Bone Wound Ballistics of Non-Lead and Lead Bullets. Proceedings from the American Academy of Forensic Science, San Antonio. 2006 Kress TA, Kroman AM, Mullinix L Ergonomic Assessment of Locomotive Seats. American Society of Biomechanics. 2006 Porta DJ, Kress TA, Kroman AM An experimental study on the anatomy of trauma induced by 2 different boat motor propellers. Proceedings from the American Academy of Clinical Anatomy, Milwaukee Wisconsin 2005 Kroman AM, Kress TA, and Symes SA Mandible and Cranial Base Fractures in Adults: Experimental Testing. Proceedings from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, New Orleans. 2005 Symes SA, Dirkmaat DC, Woytash JA, Kroman AM, Rainwater CW, Wilson AC Perimortem Bone Fracture Distinguished From Postmortem Fire Trauma: A Case Study with Mixed Signals. Proceedings from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, New Orleans. 2004 Kroman AM Experimental study of fracture propagation in the human skull: A re-testing of popular theories. Proceedings from the American Academy of Forensic Science, Dallas, TX. 2004 Kroman AM and Klippel W Bison vs Bos Enamel Microstructure. Society of Historical Archaeology. St. Louis, January 2004. 2003 Kroman AM and Marks MK Pink Teeth: Postmortem Posture and Microscopy. Proceedings from the American Academy of Forensic Science, Feb Chicago, IL 2002 Kroman AM, Symes SA, Smith OC, Love JC, Mincer HH, Lemmon JW The Hidden Truth: Mandibular Condyle Fractures. Proceedings from the American Academy of Forensic Science, Feb Atlanta, GA 2002 Kroman AM and Symes SA Butterfly Fracture Patterns. International Association of Forensic Science. Montpellier, France 2002 Symes SA, Ferraro C, Patton SB, Smith OC, Kroman AM From Caffey (1946) to Kempe (1962): Historical Perspectives of the Recognition of Child Abuse. American Academy of Forensic Science, Feb Atlanta, GA 2002 Symes SA, Patton SB, Campbell TD, Gardner CD, Smith OC, Sutton TP, Mallak CT, Kroman AM Child Abuse: It’s All in the Recognition. American Academy of Forensic Science, Feb Atlanta, GA Presentations: 2009 Thompson GA, Kroman AM. Cranial Suture Closure and Somatic Dysfunction. Presented at Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine for CME Credit. 2004 Kress TA, Kroman AM, Anderson B, and O’Shields, L Forensic Engineering and Biomechanics. Injury Biomechanics: Fundamental and Advanced Concepts for Automobile and Sports Injury Biomechanics. Sponsored by Virginia Tech College of Engineering and Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Roanoke, Virginia. 2004. 2004 Kroman AM Time Since Death: Solving Problems in Forensic Anthropology. Second Annual Specialties in Death Investigation. New Orleans, January 2004. 2003 Kroman AM and Qirko HN The Mask: Craniofacial Development and Facial Attractiveness. Invited Lecture for the University of Tennessee Visiting Lecture Series. October 2003. 2003 Kroman AM The Science of Forensic Anthropology. Invited lecture for the Tennessee State Chapter of the CLMA Annual Meetings. October 2003. 2003 Kroman AM Thermal Destruction and Bone Trauma. Presented Lecture to the International Association of Arson Investigators. August 2003. 2003 Kroman AM Bone Trauma in Forensic Anthropology. Presented Lecture to Kentucky Talent Identification Program. June 2003 2000 Kroman AM, Symes SA, Frayer DW Another Stab in the Dark: A Re-evaluation of Sharp Trauma. Biological Archaeology and Forensic Anthropology Association. Professional Memberships: American Association of Physical Anthropologists American Association of Anthropologists American Academy of Forensic Science Undergraduate Association of American Osteopathy American Osteopathic Association Student Osteopathic Medical Association Tennessee Osteopathic Medicine Association Other Skills: Computer Proficient BCLS Provider ACLS Provider PALS Provider

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Subspecialty interest
General Radiology,Interventional Radiology,Musculoskeletal imaging,Nuclear Medicine,Pediatric Radiology,Thoracic imaging,
Special interests
Academia,Research,

Location

Country
United States
State
TN
City
New Tazewell
Hometown
Houston, TX
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