Forensics: The Anatomy of a Crime

anatomy-of-a-crimeInterested in finding out more about a career in forensics? Want to see how anatomy can be applied in the real world? Fancy yourself to be in the next CSI?! UCL Anatomy Society welcomes you to the first event of the year, and it promises to be a great one!

Dr Wendy Birch will be taking you on a journey through the most fascinating forensic cases she has encountered from her work. Her talk will give you a brilliant insight into what a career in forensics is like.

Dr Birch, a very familiar face around the university, manages the anatomy lab and was voted ‘Anatomy Technician of the Year’ at a recent awards ceremony. She has special academic interests in forensic osteology and archaeology along with her work as a forensics consultant.

This is a free-to-attend event helping to showcase what we do at the society, so be sure not to miss out!

If you are going to the event, please make sure you get your free ticket from the EventBrite link below, so we have an idea of numbers:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ucl-anatomy-society-forensics-talk-tickets-50867126946

Date: Tuesday 9th October

Time: 6-7pm

Place: Bentham House, Lecture Theatre LG11

To come to more great events like this throughout the year, be sure to buy your anatomy society membership for the year here: http://studentsunionucl.org/clubs-societies/anatomy-society

 

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