Allie is a PhD student in Egyptology focusing on Egyptian art and archaeology with a specialization in human osteology. She graduated with honors from Johns Hopkins University with a BA in Near Eastern Studies and Archaeology and a minor in Museums and Society. She cultivated her interest in the Early Dynastic Period and Old Kingdom with her honors thesis “Iconographic Innovations in the Reign of Den and their Continuation through the Old Kingdom”. Allie has worked on archaeological excavations in many countries including Egypt, Turkey, Spain, Romania, and Sudan. She earned her MA in Egyptology from Brown University and spent time interning at the RISD Museum in the Ancient Art department. She has gained experience working with human remains both in excavation and in the lab, while also presenting at the Paleopathology Association and organizing a workshop on entheseal changes at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.