Pickton Murders With Forensic Athropologist Tracy Rogers

Here we present the extended edition of Kris Abel’s interview with Dr. Tracy Rogers, Director of the forensic program at UofT’s Mississauga campus and the lead forensic anthropologist during the Robert Pickton serial murders in British Columbia.

Dr. Rogers discusses that case, along with advances in 3D scanning technology, the high percentage of women in forensic science, and offers advice for those looking to pursue a career within forensics and beyond.

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