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Dr. Sandomirsky enjoys and is passionate about teaching pathology to wide audiences.  Currently, she is actively involved in the teaching of medical students, residents and colleagues as a forensic pathologist at the Jefferson Parish Coroner's Office.  She serves as faculty at Medicolegal Death Investigation Course (MLDIC) at St. Louis University School of Medicine, one of the longest running death investigator courses in the country.  She has also presented at numerous inter and intradepartmental conferences at St. Louis University and Washington University in St. Louis, MO.   Outside of forensic pathology, Dr. Sandomirsky is also an instructor at the College of Social Sciences at Loyola University in New Orleans.   Below is a sample of available lectures and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have a specific topic of interest.  We will attempt to accommodate all types of educational activities. 

 

·      Sudden Unexpected Infant Death

·      Traumatic Head Injury

·      Firearm Injuries

·      Postmortem chemistry and toxicology

·      Fire Deaths

·      Electrocution Deaths

·      Classical Mistakes in Forensic Pathology

·      Histology Role in Forensic Pathology

·      Scene Reenactment

·      Suicide and the Economy

·      Error and Litigation in Pathology

·      Sharp and Blunt Force Injuries

·      Cardiovascular Injuries

·      So you want to be a Forensic Pathologist?