DR. JOYE CARTER, CLASS OF 1983, FEATURED ON STEMCAST PODCAST 'DEFINING YOUR PATH TO FORENSIC PATHOLOGY'

DR. JOYE CARTER, CLASS OF 1983, FEATURED ON STEMCAST PODCAST 'DEFINING YOUR PATH TO FORENSIC PATHOLOGY'

Dr. Joye Carter, Class of 1983, was recently featured on the July STEMcast podcast titled 'Defining Your Path to Forensic Pathology'. The episode discusses Dr. Carter's journey as a forensic pathologist, which started at the age of 14. The importance of a pathologist's role in jury selection, and the insight she has gained from traveling for work and pleasure. 

Dr. Carter is a board certified forensic pathologist and the first African-American to be appointed a Chief Medical Examiner in the history of the United States. She has worked as the deputy Chief Medical Examiner of the Armed Forces Medical Examiner Department, Chief Medical Examiner of the District of Columbia, and Chief Medical Examiner of Harris County (Houston), Texas. She is also the first African-American and female to be appointed as the Chief Forensic Pathologist to the Coroner of Indianapolis, Indiana.

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