Forensic Anthropology Search and Recovery Team
Tiffany Saul is a graduate student in the department of Biology. As an undergraduate, she received her degree from MTSU's Department of Anthropology. She has been a member of the FASR Team since 2009, and has assisted with numerous cases involving the recovery and identification of human remains. She is a Graduate Fellow for the National Science Foundation (NSF) GK-12 program and serves as a visiting scientist at John Overton High School. She also frequently visits other elementary, middle and high school classrooms to encourage interest in forensic sciences. Her research interests include South American archaeology and development of identification techniques for human skeletal remains. Tiffany was recently selected for Student Affiliate membership by the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and has also been appointed as the Student Representative for the Forensic Institute for Research and Education (FIRE) Internal Board. She serves as the program coordinator for the FIRE Forensic Science Symposium, an annual event that showcases the original scientific research of middle and high school students. When she is not in the Peruvian Andes or the jungle of Palau, Tiffany enjoys spending time reading and leisure traveling.