In this video, I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr Joye Carter, a Forensic Pathologist about what life looks like for her in her career.
2:10 What is a Forensic Pathologist?
4:45 How did you know you wanted to become a Forensic Pathologist?
6:50 How many years of education is required to become a Forensic Pathologist?
7:15 The importance of mentorship!
8:20 What is a typical day for you as a Forensic Pathologist?
12:30 Can you describe how an autopsy is performed?
16:30 How often are you on call?
17:55 Advice for the aspiring Forensic Pathologists?
20:10 How can you be reached?
Who is Dr Carter?
Dr. Joye Carter, M.D. was the first female and African American to be selected as a Chief Medical Examiner in the United States. Dr. Carter holds the distinction of having served as Chief Medical Examiner for Washington, DC and Houston (Harris County), Texas, as well as the first black medical examiner in the entire state of Texas.
Dr. Carter resides in Houston, Texas now and is a forensic pathology consultant and author
You can check out Dr Carter here on Insiders: https://www.insider.com/forensic-pathologist-rates-11-autopsy-scenes-in-movies-and-tv-2020-7
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