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Mobile, Ala. (August 27, 2008)
Contact: Amanda MacDonald, USA Medical Center, (251) 470-1682

University of South Alabama Professor Featured Speaker at International Symposium

Dr. Gil Brogdon, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Radiology at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine, was the featured speaker in Dublin, Ireland, at an international symposium on forensic investigation titled "Practical Approaches to Imaging in Forensic Investigation."

At the meeting, Brogdon delivered the keynote address entitled "The History and Development of Forensic Imaging" and gave two additional lectures entitled "Personal and Professional Experiences in Forensic and in Dealing with the Medical Examiner System for 40 Years" and "New Directions and Challenges for Forensic Radiology."

Brogdon's interest and experience in forensic radiology covers more than four decades. During his career, he has been recognized with numerous honors, including the Hunt Award, and the Distinguished Fellow Award and Medal from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Brogdon serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Forensic Sciences, is a member of the board of trustees of the Forensic Sciences Foundation and is a patron of the Association of Forensic Radiographers, an international organization based in the United Kingdom.
The symposium was jointly sponsored by the University College Dublin in Ireland, Cranfield University in the United Kingdom, and Quinnipiac University in Dublin.
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