Tuesday 3 June 2014 | 12.30pm
The Heritage Consortium Committee and Bishop Grosseteste University invite you to join them for
The Dr Jim Johnston Memorial Lecture for 2014
Professor Guy Rutty is an eminent and much published forensic pathologist with an international reputation. His principal work relates to the provision of forensic pathology services to HM Coroners and police forces in the East Midlands though he also provides services for other police forces in the UK and mass disaster services to police services internationally. He received a commendation from the Metropolitan Police in 2008 for his work with Operation Torch in Bosnia. He was awarded the MBE in June 2010 for services to the police.
Among his many roles, Professor Rutty holds the Foundation Chair in Forensic Pathology at the University of Leicester, which explains his interest in the remains of Richard Ill.
Tickets are £12 per person to include buffet lunch and afternoon tea
(or £6 for afternoon tea only)
Programme for the Day
12.30pm – 1.00pm: Arrival and registration
1.00pm: Buffet Lunch
2.00pm: Introductions and presentation of the Dulcie Duke Award by the Old Students Association of Bishop Grosseteste University supported by the Lincoln Record Society
2.15pm: The Memorial Lecture
3.45pm: Afternoon Tea
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