Rachel Hall

Rachel is a Research Associate supporting a wide-range of research studies, as well as a core contributor to the development of Anthrotech’s’ core landmarking and measurement processes and documentation.  Rachel has completed studies in human anatomy to support finer techniques in identifying anatomical points and landmarks, as well as fundamental and advanced Anthropometric courses to support enhanced skills in data collection. 

Rachel has a bachelor of fine art from Ohio University in Athens and an associate degree in art from Sinclair Community College in Dayton, OH. She graduated with high honors from both institutions and has won many scholarships and awards over her academic career including the Provost Undergraduate Research Fund from Ohio University, Best in Show from “Ebb and Flow,” and the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. Rachel’s artwork is featured in Sinclair Community College’s permanent art collection. 

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