Who is a forensic pathologist?
A forensic pathologist is a physician who has received special training in pathology and forensic pathology. This training process lasts for up to six years after graduation from medical school. After completion of the training period, physicians can sit for examinations offered by the American Board of Pathology. If a passing grade is achieved on the examination, the physician is considered board certified. All of our staff members have completed this special training and are board certified in forensic pathology, as well as other areas of pathology.