Dr. Agoada is a founding member of American Society of Forensic Podiatry, and past secretary-treasurer. He received his DPM from Temple University in 1981 and did his residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston, MA. He received a Masters of Science degree in forensic medicine from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2008, Masters of Science degree in forensic anthropology from Boston University in 2011, and PhD degree in physical anthropology from the University of Washington in 2018. He is a retired staff podiatrist at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates where he practiced for over 32 years. He was a review committee member of the National Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners from 1992-2015, a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Forensic Identification from 2011-2015, and a member of the Forensic Podiatry Sub-committee of the International Association for Identification from 2009-2016. In addition to the American Society of Forensic Podiatry, he is also a member of the American Association of Anatomists, American Academy of Forensic Sciences (Physical Anthropology Section), American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Anatomical Society, and Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences. He currently is a forensic consultant and lecturer.
Agoada D, and Kramer PA. 2020. Radiographic measurements of the talus and calcaneus in the adult pes planus foot type. Amer J Phys Athropol 14: 613-627.
Agoada D, and Kramer PA. 2019. The relationship between angular osteological and radiographic measurements of the human talus and calcaneus J Amer Podiatric Med Assoc
Agoada, D. 2018. Functional anatomy of pes planus and its evolutionary significance.
PhD dissertation. Seattle WA. University of Washington.
Agoada, D. 2018. The relationship between linear osteological and radiographic measurements of the human calcaneus and talus. Anat Record 301:21-33.
Agoada, D. 2011. The significance of tarsal variation: sex determination using the talus and calcaneus. Master’s Thesis. Boston MA. Boston University.