Anne Cecilie Flemming Elvers
I am a human osteologist with a special interest in pathology and molecular archaeology. I finished my Bachelor in Classical Archaeology from The University of Copenhagen in 2015, where my interest for the archaeological sciences was peaked. That lead me to complete an MSc in Human Osteology and Funerary Archaeology at the University of Sheffield in 2016. In the years after I participated in a few osteological excavations, but a chance meeting with Matthew Collins and an introduction to The Globe Institute lead me on a path to molecular archaeology. To pursue this, I enrolled as a bachelor student of molecular biomedicine in 2021 at the university of Copenhagen where I intent to focus my coming research projects on ancient DNA and proteins. Currently I am working at Globe in a laboratory assistant position where I get to combine some of my past academic qualifications with my new degree.