Priya Banerjee, MD Expert Witness
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Forensic Pathology and Forensic Medicine

Specialty Focus: Private Autopsy, autopsy review, cause and manner of death, wrongful death, Injury/wound interpretation, forensic toxicology, drug medication overdose, medical malpractice, nursing home death, work place death, homicide, gunshot and stab wounds, in custody/police death, crime scene analysis

Education: Doctor of Medicine , University of Pennsylvania; Anatomic and Clinical Pathology Residency, The Johns Hopkins Hospital ; Forensic Pathology Fellow, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, State of Maryland ; Bachelor of Science, University of Maryland, College Park

Years in Practice: 11

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 40

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I am a American Board of Pathology board certified forensic pathologist with experience in handling a wide variety of case types, involving all manners of death. I have performed over 2500 autopsies including over 125 homicides. I bring solid training from The University of Pennsylvania and The Johns Hopkins Hospital. I am actively practicing in Rhode Island and have worked in Maryland. I have been qualified as an expert witness in the fields of forensic pathology, postmortem toxicology interpretation, trauma interpretation, and cause and manner of death determination. I have also published in multiple peer reviewed journals on postmortem diagnoses such as infection, tumor diagnosis and toxicology. I have handled domestic and international cases. I also perform private autopsies in an effort to aid in family closure and/or litigation needs. This is can be done within a few days of hire. This process DOES NOT interfere with open casket funerals. Toxicology and other studies can also be done. I pride myself in providing high quality expert work with clear communication needed for successful litigation and problem solving. In addition to expert consultations to attorneys, law enforcement and other clients, I am an adjunct professor at the Roger Williams University in the Criminal Justice Department and Boston University School of Medicine . I have given televised, radio and online interviews about various aspects of forensic pathology.