Mohith S. Yadav
MSc, (PhD) Forensic science
I am an author of nonfiction books, My writing process involves a lot of research and planning. I use various sources of information, such as books, articles, interviews, archives and online resources. I verify the accuracy and reliability of my sources and cite them properly. I also organize my material into a clear and coherent structure, with an introduction, a body and a conclusion. I use headings, subheadings, tables, charts and images to make my text more readable and engaging.
My writing style is informative, but also creative and captivating. I use language that is appropriate for my audience and my purpose. I avoid jargon, technical terms and unnecessary details that might confuse or bore my readers. I also use literary devices, such as anecdotes, poems, metaphors, similes and rhetorical questions to make my text more lively and appealing. I try to balance facts and opinions, arguments and evidence, analysis and synthesis. I also try to convey my passion and enthusiasm for the subject matter.
I am a forensic anthropologist and a lecturer at a Yenepoya (Deemed to be) University. I teach forensic anthropology to undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in learning how to identify individuals by their bone remains. I also conduct research on various topics related to forensic anthropology, such as skeletal trauma, ancestry estimation, sex determination and age estimation. I teach my students how to analyze human remains using techniques such as osteometry, sex determination, age estimation, stature estimation and pathology identification. My teaching involves both theoretical and practical aspects of forensic anthropology. I use interactive lectures, case studies, videos and online resources to introduce my students to the concepts and methods of forensic anthropology.
I am a PhD student in forensic anthropology, the science of identifying individuals by their bone remains. I have a passion for solving mysteries and helping justice by applying my knowledge of human anatomy, biology and archaeology. I also have access to a forensic anthropology laboratory, where I can gain hands-on experience in processing human remains, writing reports and providing expert testimony. I work on real cases that involve search and recovery, trauma analysis, age estimation, sex determination and identification of unknown individuals. My PhD research is focused on a specific topic within forensic anthropology, such as to find-out cephalofacial features using ct scan.
My teaching is informed by my research and my experience as a forensic anthropologist. I have worked on several cases involving human identification, trauma analysis, and cause of death determination. I have collaborated with law enforcement agencies, medical examiners, and other forensic experts to solve crimes and mysteries. I have also published my findings in peer-reviewed journals and presented them at national and international conferences. I share my knowledge and skills with my students and encourage them to pursue their own research projects.
I enjoy teaching forensic anthropology because it allows me to combine my passion for science and justice. I also find it rewarding to inspire and mentor the next generation of forensic anthropologists. I hope to contribute to the advancement of the field and the public interest by teaching forensic anthropology.