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Forensic Medicine

Forensic Medicine a cornerstone of medical education introduced in the third year of study, embodies the intersection of medicine, law, and ethics. As students delve into this multifaceted subject, they confront the legal frameworks governing medical practice and the ethical responsibilities inherent to the profession.

Beyond its legal and ethical dimensions, forensic medicine serves as a crucial pedagogical tool, imparting students with essential knowledge and skills related to medicolegal aspects of trauma and mortality. This training equips future physicians to engage with the legal system effectively, whether in the context of forensic investigations, expert testimony, or ethical decision-making.

Within the realm of forensic medicine lies a subsidiary focus on toxicology, the study of poisons and their effects on the human body. Through specialized training, students learn to diagnose cases of poisoning, administer medicolegal certifications, and discern appropriate treatment modalities. Moreover, they are equipped with the expertise necessary to collect and preserve evidence crucial to legal proceedings.

At our institution, the Department of Forensic Medicine fosters a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies of medicolegal practice, preparing students to navigate the complexities of forensic investigations with precision, integrity, and compassion. Through experiential learning and scholarly inquiry, we aim to cultivate a cadre of healthcare professionals who are not only adept clinicians but also conscientious stewards of justice and ethical practice.

Faculty members

Professor, Forensic Medicine

Assistannt Professor, Forensic Medicine

Lecturer, Forensic Medicine

Lecturer, Forensic Medicine

Lecturer, Forensic Medicine