Sasha Voss

Dr Sasha Voss is a Lecturer in Forensic Entomology based in the Centre for Forensic Anatomy and Biological Sciences at the University of Western Australia. Her research interests encompass a range of forensic entomology applications including using parasitic wasps as indicators of time since death, novel methods to accurately assess insect developmental stages, the behaviour and physiology of insects of forensic importance, and phenotypic plasticity in blowflies. 

A key aim of her research is to validate and improve the accuracy of entomological estimates of time since death in forensic practice. She supervises higher degree by research students and teaches undergraduate medical and veterinary entomology.

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Deadly secrets—the science of decomposition

Deadly secrets—the science of decomposition
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