Careers in forensic pathology, medicine & science

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The science behind solving serious crime

YouTube

Victoria, a Forensic Science graduate, uses DNA to prove innocence and guilt!

Forensics

BSc (Hons) Forensic Science

The entry criteria below shows the qualification range within which the University will make offers. Most offers we make are at the top of the range, …

Education

MSc Forensic Mental Health

Mental Health

Bench to Bedside

King's guide to careers in medicine, healthcare and sciences<p><i>Tip: For the best results we recommend that you watch this video in full screen mode.</i><p>Are …

UK Universities

Real forensic scientists don't wear stillettos

High drama, hummers and high heels -- oh my, in the Sault?<p>When the crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation first appeared in 2000, and then spun …

UCLan Forensic Sciences

The Forensic Myth: our forensics expert tackles some of TV’s biggest fibs

Forensic science is all the rage in Hollywood. Shows like NCIS, Elementary and Law & Order SVU have made rock stars of scientists, depicting them as trendy experts as quick with a DNA search as they are with a gun or a glib one-liner.<p>The popularity of depicting forensic science on the silver …

Forensics

A Day in the Life of a Pathologist - MEDTakeovers by Jerad Gardner, MD

Speaking with the Dead: Life and Learning in a Cadaver Lab

It was winter 2008 when I first dismembered a human body.<p>By dismember, I really ought to say, “disarticulated the shoulder girdle from the axial …

All that remains: life as a forensic anthropologist

"When you have a lot of people in one location and you have a lot of decomposition you get a little bit of mixing up of different parts of the body. …

Tips for first year medical students | British Medical Association

Studying medicine

From applying to medical school to support through your university years, get everything you need to know about studying medicine.<p>Mastering medical …

MSc Anatomy & Advanced Forensic Anthropology

Kudos to Pathologists

CCBYNC Open access<p>Research<p>Pathologists’ diagnosis of invasive melanoma and melanocytic proliferations: observer accuracy and reproducibility study<p>BMJ …

Medical Journals

Natacha Rivera (MS/FM ‘18)

What Do Employers Expect from Newly Trained Pathologists?

Employment

John Kenyon (“Ken”) French Mason

• Ned Stafford<p>Hamburg<p>ns{at}europefn.de<p>Long serving Royal Air Force pathologist who later helped pioneer medical jurisprudence<p>Credit: University of …

The Science behind Murder: The Sydney Smith Collection | Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

Long handled axes, rusted kitchen knives and a homemade cosh are just some of the weapons that make up the collection of Sir Sydney Smith; a …

Past Mortems by Carla Valentine – a love of the dead, maggots and all

Valentine relished working in a variety of mortuaries and now curates a pathology museum. She presents all the grisly details<p>When well-meaning adults asked young Carla Valentine what she wanted to be when she grew up they generally recoiled in horror. From the age of nine she was adamant she wanted …

Books

Mortuary tour

Forensic medicine unlike C.S.I. says Saint John pathologist

Saint John pathologist Dr. Ken Obenson says there is a shortage of trained pathologists across the country<p>In books and on television, forensics looks …

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

Death's companions: Meet Nova Scotia's forensic pathology team

The medical examiner's office never stops dealing with the dead. It's a living. In a modern glass and steel building, embedded in the Burnside …

Nova Scotia

'It's Not About the Dead Body:' Forensic Pathologist on 'Working Stiff' - Crime Watch Daily

How to become a Medical Examiner (Forensic Pathologist)

A day in the life of a forensic pathologist

Author Jonathan Hayes: ‘Pathologically interested’

Maybe the least interesting thing about Dr. Jonathan Hayes is he’s the author of two novels.<p>Born in England, he spent time as a child in Jamaica and …