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Tiffany Saul

Associate Professor of the Practice of Anthropology

Tiffany B. Saul, PhD., is Associate Professor of the Practice of Anthropology at Vanderbilt University. She is a forensic anthropologist and routinely consults with local and state law enforcement and medical examiners to assist with the recovery and identification of unknown human remains. Dr. Saul’s primary area of research examines the utility of stable isotope analysis as a tool for human identification. Her projects have included collaborations with universities and labs across the country, including the University of Utah, Arizona State University, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Her current projects are collaborative efforts with international humanitarian organizations across the globe in Colombia, Peru, and Tanzania. Dr.  Saul is nationally recognized as an expert in her field, and in 2020 she was appointed to the National Institute of Standards and Technology Organization of Scientific Area Committees for Forensic Science (OSAC) to develop national standards and best practices in forensic anthropology.