Martina Trocchi

Core collaborator

Martina Trocchi (M. A. degree in Applied Science in Cultural Heritage 2021, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy) is an physical anthropologist and PhD student in Physics methods applied to Virtual Anthropology (supervisor: Silvia Capuani, CNR-ISC) in the same university.

Her research project focused on non-destructive methods (µCT and µMRI) in virtual palaeo-histology for the analysis of human teeth from fossil and archaeological context. During her master thesis, she worked on microtomographic volumes of Neanderthal specimen from Krapina (Croatia, 130 ka). She is interested in Virtual Anthropology, Palaeoanthropology, Dental Anthropology and valorization of human odontoskeletal remains as Cultural Heritage.