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UC.PT

Departamento de Ciências da Vida

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Eugénia Maria Guedes Pinto Antunes da Cunha

Categoria profissional: Professora Catedrática

Morada institucional: Departamento de Ciências da Vida
Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia
Universidade de Coimbra
Calçada Martim de Freitas
3000-456 Coimbra
Portugal

Gabinete: 2º Piso do Colégio de S. Bento

Telefone: +351 239 240 711

Extensão interna: 262 211

Fax: +351 239 240 701

Email: cunhae@ci.uc.pt

URL de página pessoal: http://lfa.uc.pt/member/eugenia-cunha

Áreas de interesse: Antropologia Forense; Evolução Humana

Publicações mais relevantes/recentes:

Livros:

Cunha, E. 2010. Como nos tornámos humanos. Coimbra. Imprensa da Universidade.2ª edição

Schmitt,A., Cunha,E., Pinheiro, J. (ed) 2006. Forensic anthropology and Medicine: complementary sciences from recovery to cause of death. Tottowa. Humana Press.

Artigos:

Machado MPS, Simões MP, Gamba T de O, Flores IL, Haiter Neto F, Durão CH, Daruge Júnior E, Cunha E. 2016. A Wormian Bone, Mimicking an Entry Gunshot Wound of the Skull, in an Anthropological Specimen. J Forensic Sci:n/a–n/a. DOI 10.1111/1556-4029.13043.

Gonçalves D, Thompson TJ, Cunha E. 2015. Sexual dimorphism of the lateral angle of the internal auditory canal and its potential for sex estimation of burned human skeletal remains. Int J Legal Med. 129 (5): 1183-1186. DOI 10.1007/s00414-015-1154-x

Durão C, Carpinteiro D, Pedrosa F, Machado MP, Cunha E. 2015. Enlarged parietal foramina: a rare forensic autopsy finding. Int J Legal Med. DOI 10.1007/s00414-015-1239-6

Navega D, Coelho C, Vicente R, Ferreira MT, Wasterlain S, Cunha E. 2015. Ancestrees: ancestry estimation with randomized decision trees. Int J Legal Med. 129 (5): 1145-1153. DOI 10.1007/s00414-0141050-9

Ferreira MT, Vicente R, Navega D, Gonçalves D, Curate F, Cunha E. 2014. A new forensic collection housed at the University of Coimbra, Portugal. The 21st century identified skeletal collection. Forensic Sci Int. DOI.org/10.1016/j.forscint.2014.09.021

Cunha,E., Martrille, L., Ramsthaler, R., Prieto, J., Shuliar, Y, Lynnerup, N., Cattaneo, C. 2009. The problem of aging human remains and living individuals: a review. Forensic Science International. 193:1-13

Carvalho, S., Biro, D., Cunha, E., Hockings, K., McGrew,W., Richmond, B., Matsuzawa, T. 2012. Chimpanzee carrying behaviour and the origins of human bipedality. Current Biology. In press.

Marques C, Santos AL, Cunha E. 2011. Better a broader diagnosis than a misdiagnosis: the study of a neoplastic condition in a male individual who died in early 20th century (Coimbra, Portugal). Int J Osteoarchaeol. 23.6:664-675.DOI: 10. 1002/ao.1294

Capítulos de livros:

Cunha E, Ferreira MT, Codinha S, Carnim G, Marques C, Umbelino C. 2015. Recovering memories of the Portuguese Colonial War through forensic anthropology. In: Groen WJM. Márquez-Grant N. Janaway RC (eds) Forensic archaeology. 479- 488. John Wiley & Sons.

Pinheiro J, Cunha E, Symes S. 2015. Over-interpretation of bone injuries and implications for cause and manner of death. In: Passalacqua NV. Rainwater CW (Eds) Skeletal trauma analysis. 27-41. John Wiley & Sons.

Baccino E, Cunha E, Cattaneo C. 2013. Aging the dead and the living. In Siegal JA, Saukko PJ (eds) Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences. 2nd edition. vol1. Waltham: Academic Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-382165-2.00009-X

Cunha E, Pinheiro J. 2013. Bone Pathology and Antemortem Trauma. In: Siegel JA, Saukko PJ (eds.) Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences, Second Edition, vol. 1: 76- 82. Waltham: Academic Press.