Sandra Lösch
Sandra Lösch
Other namesSandra Loesch, Sandra Losch
Head of Department, Physical Anthropology, Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Bern
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Stable isotopes and dietary adaptations in humans and animals at pre‐pottery Neolithic Nevallı Çori, southeast Anatolia
S Lösch, G Grupe, J Peters
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2006
Phylogeography of the second plague pandemic revealed through analysis of historical Yersinia pestis genomes
MA Spyrou, M Keller, RI Tukhbatova, CL Scheib, EA Nelson, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 4470, 2019
Neolithic and medieval virus genomes reveal complex evolution of hepatitis B
B Krause-Kyora, J Susat, FM Key, D Kühnert, E Bosse, A Immel, C Rinne, ...
Elife 7, e36666, 2018
Emergence of human-adapted Salmonella enterica is linked to the Neolithization process
FM Key, C Posth, LR Esquivel-Gomez, R Hübler, MA Spyrou, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 4 (3), 324-333, 2020
Stable isotope and Trace element studies on gladiators and contemporary romans from Ephesus (Turkey, 2nd and 3rd Ct. AD)-implications for differences in diet
S Lösch, N Moghaddam, K Grossschmidt, DU Risser, F Kanz
PLoS One 9 (10), e110489, 2014
Sex determination from os sacrum by postmortem CT
WD Zech, G Hatch, L Siegenthaler, MJ Thali, S Lösch
Forensic science international 221 (1-3), 39-43, 2012
Ancient genomes reveal social and genetic structure of Late Neolithic Switzerland
A Furtwängler, AB Rohrlach, TC Lamnidis, L Papac, GU Neumann, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1915, 2020
Ten millennia of hepatitis B virus evolution
A Kocher, L Papac, R Barquera, FM Key, MA Spyrou, R Hübler, ...
Science 374 (6564), 182-188, 2021
Paleopathology of human tuberculosis and the potential role of climate
AG Nerlich, S Lösch
Interdisciplinary perspectives on infectious diseases 2009, 2009
The Iceman’s last meal consisted of fat, wild meat, and cereals
F Maixner, D Turaev, A Cazenave-Gassiot, M Janko, B Krause-Kyora, ...
Current Biology 28 (14), 2348-2355. e9, 2018
Ratio of mitochondrial to nuclear DNA affects contamination estimates in ancient DNA analysis
A Furtwängler, E Reiter, GU Neumann, I Siebke, N Steuri, A Hafner, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 14075, 2018
Comparative analysis of bones, mites, soil chemistry, nematodes and soil micro-eukaryotes from a suspected homicide to estimate the post-mortem interval
I Szelecz, S Lösch, CVW Seppey, E Lara, D Singer, F Sorge, J Tschui, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 25, 2018
The application of different 3D-scan-systems and photogrammetry at an excavation—A Neolithic dolmen from Switzerland
I Siebke, L Campana, M Ramstein, A Furtwängler, A Hafner, S Lösch
Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage 10, e00078, 2018
Social stratigraphy in Late Iron Age Switzerland: stable carbon, nitrogen and sulphur isotope analysis of human remains from Münsingen
N Moghaddam, F Müller, A Hafner, S Lösch
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 8, 149-160, 2016
Survival after trepanation—early cranial surgery from Late Iron Age Switzerland
N Moghaddam, S Mailler-Burch, L Kara, F Kanz, C Jackowski, S Lösch
International journal of paleopathology 11, 56-65, 2015
“Brienzi”–The blue Vivianite man of Switzerland: Time since death estimation of an adipocere body
MJ Thali, B Lux, S Lösch, FW Rösing, J Hürlimann, P Feer, R Dirnhofer, ...
Forensic science international 211 (1-3), 34-40, 2011
Radiocarbon dating of bones at the LARA Laboratory in Bern, Switzerland
S Szidat, E Vogel, R Gubler, S Lösch
Radiocarbon 59 (3), 831-842, 2017
Tell el-Faraʻin-Buto. 10. Vorbericht (Tafeln 20-31)
U Hartung, P Ballet, A Effland, PG French, R Hartmann, T Herbich, ...
Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 65, 83-190, 2009
A bioarchaeological approach to the Iron Age in Switzerland: stable isotope analyses (δ13C, δ15N, δ34S) of human remains
N Moghaddam, F Müller, S Lösch
Archaeological and anthropological sciences 10, 1067-1085, 2018
Multidisciplinary identification of the controversial freedom fighter Jörg Jenatsch, assassinated 1639 in Chur, Switzerland
M Haeusler, C Haas, S Lösch, N Moghaddam, IM Villa, S Walsh, ...
PLoS One 11 (12), e0168014, 2016
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