On October 7, 2019, Ms. JADE SEWA DE LA PAZ visited the faculty of medicine, Khon Kaen University, for a short exchange program from 2 September to 20 October for the purpose of collecting data for her research: “The relationship between soft tissue anatomy and skeleton sexual dimorphism in the cranium and clavicle”. Ms. JADE WEWA DE LA PAZ came from the University of Otago, Dunedin, one of New Zealand’s most prestigious and famous universities. Her research purpose is to improve methods of identifying gender from the skulls of humans. She praised our faculty as one of the best universities with a varied selection of skeletons and exactly the reason she chose our university to collect her data. Although her departure is a bit early, she still plans to come back in the future and we are really looking forward to our further cooperation.
Reported by: Natakon Naowarojna, International Relations Officer
English Editing by Duncan Mark Foster