Professional Collaborators

The project to return faces and identities to the two ancient Egyptian human beings under the stewardship of the Archaeological Museum requires the expertise of many specialists across disciplines.  In order to more responsibly guide the facial reconstruction of these two individuals, this project relies on the following scholars:

Sanchita Balachandran, Curator/Conservator, Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum (JHUAM), Krieger School of Arts and Sciences (KSAS). Art conservator specializing the preservation of ancient archaeological material

Betsy Bryan, Professor of Egyptian Art and Archaeology, Department of Near Eastern Studies, and Director of the JHUAM; expertise in ancient Egyptian art and archaeology

Elliot Fishman, Director of Diagnostic Imaging and Body CT, Professor of Radiology and Radiological Science, JHMI; high-resolution 3-D scanning

Juan R. Garcia, Associate Professor, and Director of the Facial Aesthetics Clinic, Department of Art as Applied to Medicine, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions (JHMI); specialties in facial prosthetics and medical sculpture

Warren Grayson, Associate Professor, Laboratory for Craniofacial and Orthopaedic Tissue Engineering, Department of Biomedical Engineering, JHMI; expertise in craniofacial structure and tissues

Craig Hankin, Director, Center for Visual Arts, KSAS; expertise in painting and drawing

Michael Raphael, Direct Dimensions, Baltimore, MD; expertise in 3-D imaging and photogrammetry

Sonja Sugerman, Art and Artifact Collection Curator, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD; steward of the Goucher Mummy

Caroline Wilkinson, Professor and Director, The Face Lab, Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool, United Kingdom; expertise in archaeological facial reconstruction, with extensive experience in ancient Egyptian populations.