MEDICOLEGAL CONSULTANTS, ILLUSTRATIONS, & TRAINING

 

J.C. Upshaw Downs, MD

Forensic Pathologist

ABP-AP/FP/CP, F-NAME,

F-AAFS, FCAP, FASCP,

D-ABMDI

"To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield"
SERVICES

 

Case consultation, physical exams, records review, courtroom illustrations from a board-certified medical examiner

TRAINING

 

Presentations at local, regional, national, and international levels on the subjects of Medicolegal Death Investigation, Forensic Pathology, Child abuse, Police Use of Force, Ethics, and Teamwork

Investigation for Identification

2016

October 26-28

Savannah, GA 

"…The Trauma Atlas serves as an extraordinary addendum to … the Behavioral Science Unit’s (BSU) book Managing Death Investigations…. facilitating the often complex task of determining differential conclusions as to the nature and cause of the trauma.…[T]he chapters … enhance the knowledge of the world’s best homicide investigators.”                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                  - Chief, FBI Behavioral Science Unit

“Ethics in Forensic Science is an ambitious collection of original material that addresses ethical duties, conflicts, and shortcomings that impact the employment of science in the justice process. It constitutes a serious and important contribution to the literature of forensic science….[T]he authors correctly distill these various philosophies into the paramount goal that forensic examiners must steadfastly strive to attain: the scientific ‘pursuit of truth.’…[T]his edited volume has much to offer and should be read by forensic science professionals, educators, and students alike.”

                                                                                                           - Review, Journal of Forensic Sciences

 

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