Beatriz Mouga Almeida is an accomplished scholar with a First-Class Bachelor’s degree in Forensic Science from the University of Greenwich in England. Her undergraduate journey sparked a profound interest in Forensic Anthropology, leading her to pursue a Master’s degree on the subject at the University of Coimbra. During this period, her research focused on burnt human skeletal remains and secular trends.
Currently a Ph.D. in Biological Anthropology her doctoral research centers on bone secular changes in Portugal. Her work aims to combine anthropological factors with socioeconomic changes, providing valuable insights into the intricate relationship between human biology and societal shifts.