We are pleased to announce we are now working in collaboration with Factual Management to manage the interests of Forensic Anthropologist and TV presenter, Xanthé Mallett.
Xanthé Mallett is a lecturer in Forensic Anthropology, specialising in human identification at the University of Dundee. Xanthé’s most recent research has been in forensic digital identification using surface features on the hands (scars, moles, vein patterns) as potential identifiers to assist with the investigation of cases relating to child abuse and internet crime.
In 2010 Xanthé made History Cold Case, BBC2, with a team from the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification at the University of Dundee. History Cold Case saw skeletons of everyday people from across the ages analysed in staggering detail, opening new windows on the history of our forebears. A second series was broadcast in June 2011. She has also taken part in several interviews for BBC News using her forensic identification skills, and has appeared on breakfast shows in the UK.
HMMG and Factual Management are working together with Xanthé across a variety of new projects.