Careers in forensic pathology, medicine & science

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The man who has performed 23,000 post-mortems

<b>Forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd has examined evidence in some of the most high-profile and tragic deaths in recent history - the 9/11 attacks, the 7/7 bombings, the deaths of Princess Diana and Stephen Lawrence. It has taken a mental toll.</b><p>"Two hundred damaged and dismembered bodies in one …

Emergency Medicine

College report finds UK wide histopathology staff shortages

Only 3% of NHS histopathology departments have enough staff to meet clinical demand, a workforce census by the Royal College of Pathologists shows. …

Pathology

'The NHS is not just doctors and nurses': five hidden roles

Scientists, technologists, coders and call handlers – we talk to the people behind the scenes who keep the service running<p>Guardian Jobs: see the latest vacancies in healthcare

NHS

The right skills for a job few would want

The bodies arrive at the Royal Inland Hospital's morgue by 10 a.m. One of several body-transport companies typically delivers the child from whichever part of B.C. they're from.<p>Dr. Lisa Steele and an autopsy assistant get to work quickly.<p>The babies are first weighed and measured. Then, Steele takes …

Medicine

Investigating death, meeting serial killer Harold Shipman and the secrets of crime detection: Carolyn Hitt meets forensic pathologist Professor Derrick Pounder

There’s a new forensic pathologist on the block – or should that be slab? He delivers that winning formula of crime detection, twisting narratives …

UK Forensic Pathologist is a Storyteller, Wearer of Many Hats

<b>LEXINGTON, Ky. (Aug. 1, 2018) —</b> Dr. Greg Davis is a teacher — of students, of peers, of listeners and of juries. The many hats he wears have taken …

Become a forensic pathologist

<i>Forensic pathology is perhaps one of the most well-known pathology specialties – it’s also one of the smallest. Forensic pathologists provide vital</i> …

Training in forensic pathology

To train as a consultant forensic pathologist, you’ll need a medical background. Since the practice of forensic pathology is rooted in the science of …

Interview with Forensic Entomologist Susan Gruner

<b>What is your expertise within forensic science and what does this type of job role typically involve?</b><p>Forensic entomology can be divided into three …

Insects

Interview with Forensic Archaeologist & Researcher Amy Rattenbury

<b>What is your current job role and what does this involve?</b><p>By training I’m a Forensic Archaeologist but currently work as a lecturer at Wrexham Glyndwr …

Emergency Medicine

Interview with Forensic Anthropologist Dr Anna Williams

<b>What is your current job role and what does this involve?</b><p>I am Principal Enterprise Fellow (equivalent to Reader or Associate Professor) in Forensic …

Home

The 14th annual conference of the AAPT will be held on Saturday 29th September in London at the Holiday Inn Regents Park.<p><b>Confirmed lecture topics:</b> …

Pathology

Study our MSc Forensic Anthropology

Forensics

BBC News | UK | Iain West: A witness to tragedy

Saturday, October 9, 1999 Published at 18:32 GMT 19:32 UK<p><b>UK</b><p><b>Iain West: A witness to tragedy</b><p>Dr Iain West is leading the search of Carriage H<p>Senior Home Office pathologist Dr Iain West was the first person to enter the most seriously burnt-out carriage of the Paddington rail crash.<p>He is leading the …

Edinburgh Unit For Forensic Anthropology

Edinburgh Unit for Forensic Anthropology (EUFA) is a research group of forensic professionals, academics and students with common interest to enhance …

Want to Work in a Morgue? You Might Already Qualify.

Want to be a coroner? In South Carolina, you may already be qualified. You need only be a registered voter 21 or older, hold a high school diploma …

Working With The Dead For A Living

During body examinations, Dr Wang wears surgical scrubs, a disposable gown, scrub cap and face mask.<p>The restaurant is buzzing with the dinner crowd …

What does a forensic anthropologist do? - Breakfast - ABC Radio

What does a forensic anthropologist do?<p>Dr Soren Blau, Senior Forensic Anthropologist at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine, explains what …

Alumna helps expose young people to forensic science

Antoinette Campbell, a 2000 chemistry alumna, founded a nonprofit to educate people about forensic science.

Watch: One of biggest crime scene training facilities in UK created at Nottingham Trent University

Video: Jake Meskell checks out the brand new forensic science facilities at NTU<p>Nottingham Trent University is now home to one of the biggest crime …

Not Found

CSI: Melbourne with Victoria's Chief Toxicologist - Breakfast - ABC Radio

Ever watched a crime drama and heard them say they're "waiting on the toxicology report"?<p>Well, in real life, Dr Dimitri Gerostampulos is a master of …

Forensics with Dr Jodie Leditschke - Breakfast - ABC Radio

<b>Audio Player failed to load.</b><p>Try to Download directly (3.18 MB)<p>Play<p>Press play then disable your screen reader. Use space bar to pause or play, and up …

Forensics

Scenes of crime officer

Scenes of crime officers (SOCOs) find, record and recover evidence from crime scenes.<p>Salary: £16,000 to £35,000 average per year<p>Hours: 30 to 40 per …

Dr. John Edland: An Attica riot hero and victim

CLOSE<p>Dr. John Edland was harassed after telling the world the hostages killed at Attica in September 1971 were slain by police gunfire. Now he is …

Crime

What it is really like to work at Hull's mortuary

You could be forgiven for thinking dealing with dead people all day would be a depressing and morbid job.<p>But for those working in Hull and East …

David Ranson a forensic explanation of forensics - Breakfast - ABC Radio

When you open the door to forensic medicine, you want to look and you don't want to look, for fear of what you might see. To give us a peep into that …

Should Pathologists Be Physicians??

What I am about to write I am sure will be considered by some as controversial and perhaps likely illogical but after a bit of consideration I felt I …