- Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Florida
- M.A., Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, 2012
- B.A., Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, 2012
Forensic anthropology; Human identification; Skeletal toxicology; Skeletal pathology; Skeletal trauma; Chemical weapons; Human rights investigation
Rubin, K.M. and DeLeon, V.B. (In press). Ancestral variation in orbital rim shape: A three-dimensional pilot study. Journal of Forensic Sciences.
Winburn, A. P., Rubin, K. M., LeGarde, C. B., and Finlayson, J. E. (In press). Use of qualitative and quantitative techniques in the resolution of a small-scale medicolegal case of commingled human remains. Florida Scientist.
Rubin, K. (2013). The manifestation of cocaine-induced midline destructive lesion in bone tissue and its identification in human skeletal remains. Forensic Science International, 231, 408.e1-408.e11.
Grants, Fellowships, and Awards
- University of Florida Graduate School Fellowship, 2012-2016
- University of Florida, Department of Anthropology, William R. Maples Award, 2016
- American Academy of Forensic Sciences Humanitarian and Human Rights Resource Center Grant (through support of the National Institute of Justice Forensic Technology Center of Excellence program), 2015
- Forensic Science Foundation Lucas Grant, 2015
- Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command Forensic Science Academy Fellowship through the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, 2014
This student has graduated from the program so the information on this page may not be current.