Cameron Forensic Medical Sciences
Cameron Forensic Medical Sciences was established in February 2006 in order to fulfil an urgent need for a viable forensic medical centre in London and the South East of England which would aim to promote a high standard of academic excellence.
Since its establishment in 2006, the Group has become a stimulus and hub for the development of academic Forensic Medicine and related Medical Sciences in the London area and further afield. We are a thriving forensic medical community of academics, consultants and researchers and offer postgraduate training opportunities to science graduates (MSc) and medical students (Intercalated MSc).
Cameron Forensic Medical Sciences was named in memory of one of Britain’s most eminent forensic practitioners, James Malcolm Cameron who was the last Professor of Forensic Medicine in London and who was based at the old London Hospital Medical College at Whitechapel.
Professor Cameron gave 30 years of service to the London Hospital Medical College and was a firm advocate of academic forensic medicine and its promotion as a broad-based discipline within the university system.
Denise Grant - Administrator
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Professor of Forensic Medical Sciences
Director, Cameron Forensic Medical Sciences
Professor of Clinical Pharmacology
Professor Emeritus of Forensic Medical Sciences
Professor Andrew Harris
Professor (Honorary) of Coronial Law and Her Majesty's Senior Coroner, London, England
Professor Marilyn A. Huestis
Professor (Honorary) of Forensic Medical Sciences and Clinical Pharmacologist, Severna Park, Maryland, USA
Professor Jason Payne-James
Professor (Honorary) of Clinical Forensic Medicine and Forensic Physician, London, England
Professor Mary Sheppard
Professor (Honorary) of Forensic Medical Sciences and Cardiac Pathologist, London, England
Professor Fiona Wilcox
Professor (Honorary) of Forensic Medical Sciences and Her Majesty’s Senior Coroner, London, England
Dr Meng Aw-Yong
Senior Lecturer (Honorary) of Clinical Forensic Medicine and Forensic Physician, London, England
Dr Heather Bonney
Senior Lecturer (Honorary) of Forensic Human Identification and Human Remains and Anthropology Specialist, London, England
Ms Gaille MacKinnon
Lecturer (Honorary) of Forensic Human Identification and Forensic Anthropologist and Archaeologist, Preston, England
Dr Curtis Offiah
Senior Lecturer (Honorary) in Forensic Medical Sciences and Consultant Radiologist, London, England
Dr Vincent Tranchida
Senior Lecturer (Honorary) in Forensic Medical Sciences and Anatomic and Forensic Pathologist, McFarland, Wisconsin, USA
Dr Geraldine Dowling
Lecturer (Honorary) in Forensic Medical Sciences and Lecturer in Forensic Science, Sligo Institute of Technology, Sligo, Ireland
Dr Judy Melinek
Lecturer (Honorary) in Forensic Medical Sciences and Anatomic and Forensic Pathologist, San Francisco, California, USA
Mr Neil Morling
Lecturer (Honorary) in Forensic Medical Sciences and Forensic Fire and Explosion Investigator, London, England
- For those who have already secured funding and would like to register for a PhD with Cameron Forensic Medical Sciences, please look at our People area and contact potential supervisors to discuss a suitable project.
- If you are unsure or require further academic assistance please contact Professor Nikolas P Lemos (Director of Cameron Forensic Medical Sciences), who will be able to advise you further.
- Once a suitable project and supervisor have been identified, an online application must be submitted using the hyperlink below during which the relevant William Harvey Research Institute course should be selected.
- For further information and to apply online visit Research degrees in Medicine and Dentistry.
Cameron Forensic Medical Sciences is part of the William Harvey Research Institute. Our postal address is:
Cameron Forensic Medical Sciences
Centre for Clinical Pharmacology, William Harvey Research Institute
William Harvey Heart Centre
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London
London EC1M 6BQ
The nearest London Underground Station is Barbican on the Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines.