Wednesday 26 February 2020, 7:00pm to 9:00pm
VenueThe Royal College of Physicians, London
RegistrationCost to attend - booking required
Ticket PriceCost: £10.00 + Eventbrite fees (£1.19). Early bird up until 29 January; thereafter tickets will be priced at £15.00 + Eventbrite fees (£1.49). (Please note Eventbrite fees cannot be refunded).
Hear from one of the world's leading forensic scientists and Lancaster's very own Pro Vice-Chancellor for Engagement, Professor Dame Sue Black.
Professor Dame Sue Black has been a guest on many TV and radio shows, including the iconic BBC Radio 4 Desert Island Discs. With Sue Black's upbeat perspective on life, this guest lecture promises to be informative and entertaining, but most of all, thought-provoking.
From the mass graves in Kosovo to the ravages of the Asian Tsunami and the search for a child missing for nearly forty years, Professor Dame Sue Black has been at the forefront of investigations that assist the police to locate bodies, identify the deceased, bring perpetrators to justice and closure to families.This lecture will address the extensive range of case work with which Sue has been involved, focussing in particular on areas where her recent research at Lancaster will be used by police to address the most heinous of all crimes against our most vulnerable in society.
Date: Wednesday 26 February 2020
Time: 18:45 - Registration
19:00 - Lecture
20:00 - Networking reception with wine and canapés
21:00 - Close
Cost: £10.00 + Eventbrite fees (£1.19). Early bird up until 29 January; thereafter tickets will be priced at £15.00 + Eventbrite fees (£1.49).
(Please note Eventbrite fees cannot be refunded).