BSc students

Past students

  • Ali Abbas (2002-03) "The role of the human ear in the process of forensic identification" Abstract
  • Phil Saville (2003-04) "A study into the marks left by saws on bone” Abstract
  • Nicholas Port (2004-05) "How long does it take a static speaking individual to contaminate their immediate environment?" Abstract
  • Visita Majithia (2008-09) "Forensic DNA analysis of material transferred during physical assault" Abstract
  • Kiran Parmar (2008-09) "''Determination of Forces and Penetration Mechanisms in Stabbing with Improvised Weapons" Abstract
  • Tom Calderbank (2016) "From serrations to striations: a comparison of imaging techniques in the identification and analysis of stab wound tracts in skin" Grant Report
  • Sophie Stanley (2016) "How the application of micro-computed tomography (micro-CT) for the differentiation between serrated and non-serrated blades in the infliction of stab wounds varies in different tissue types" Grant Report

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

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