University of Leicester: East Midlands Forensic Pathology Unit

Established in 2001 and situated at the Leicester Royal Infirmary, the East Midlands Forensic Pathology Unit combines high quality research covering a wide range of aspects of forensic medicine and science with a forensic pathology service provision to the East Midlands and other national and international organisations.

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King Richard III

The University has revealed new film footage that for the first time details the potential killer blow that claimed the life of King Richard III.

The video sequence shows the dramatic injury to the base of the skull as well as the inside of the top of the skull - and is part of a package of 26 films charting the scientific and archaeological investigations led by the project team.

Among the sequences there is one that has never been released before showing the moment when Professor Guy Rutty of East Midlands Forensic Pathology Unit found the potential killer blow. Read more.

Further reading; The Lancet, Sky News, BBC News, & University of Leicester Press Release

 

Forensic Pathology
Outdoors_scene_1 The Unit provides a suspicious and homicide forensic pathology service for the five East Midlands police forces.  Read more...
Forensic Imaging
CT image of skullThe Unit provides diagnostic use of, and research into the use of, computed tomography in modern autopsy practice. Read more...
Forensic Engineering

Bottle Stabbing

The Unit undertakes research into current issues surrounding sharp force penetration. Read more...

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East Midlands Forensic Pathology Unit
Level 3, Robert Kilpatrick Clinical Sciences Building
Leicester Royal Infirmary
Leicester, LE2 7LX
United Kingdom

Tel: +44(0) 116 252 3221
Fax: +44(0) 116 252 3274

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