Madison Mills 4th
Working to determine the cause of death of a corps and the identity and the time line of the death.
11-18 years of school
How they do it
In order to determine how the person died medical examiners must look at the past medical history, the evidence, the wounds if there are any, the blood and the DNA. A large part of their job is to make sure the evidence is not distorted or altered.
"ExploreHealthCareers.org." Forensic Pathologist. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Aug. 2015.