The Grady Early Forensic Anthropology Laboratory (GEFARL) is located in the Grady Early Building named for Dr. Grady Early, who has been a strong supporter of the FACTS mission, both financially and in spirit, for many years. The GEFARL houses the Texas State University Donated Skeletal Collection (TXSTDSC), and is fully equipped for 3D imaging, histomorphometry, and osteometry. Osteological research, consulting, and cultural resource assessment are also conducted at the GEFARL.
Grady Early Building
FACTS has moved into our new (and much larger) space at the Grady Early Building located at 1921 Old Ranch Road 12. The Grady Early Building houses the Grady Early Forensic Anthropology Laboratory, meeting rooms, and FACTS offices.