NAME – Nathaniel Roger Blair CARY
NATIONALITY – British
MARITAL STATUS – Married
BUSINESS ADDRESS – PO Box 32, Holt, NORFOLK NR25 7WX
GENERAL EDUCATION – 1970 – 1974: St. Paul’s School, London, SW13
MEDICAL EDUCATION – 1975 – 1978- Pre-Clinical : Trinity College, Oxford.
1978 – 1981 – Clinical : Charing Cross Hospital Medical School.
QUALIFICATIONS – 1978 – B.A. (Hons) Oxon. Physiological Sciences, Class II. (MA 1982).
1981 – M.B., B.S. London
1989 – M.R.C.Path (Histopathology)(F.R.C.Path 1997)
1992 – D.M.J. (Pathology)
1992 – M.D. (London University)
Current Appointment:Partner in Forensic Pathology Services, a partnership of eight independent Forensic Pathologists.
Relevant Previous Appointments:
1984 – 1989: Police Surgeon, Metropolitan Police.
March 1989 – Nov 1998:Consultant Cardiac Histopathologist at Papworth Hospital, Honorary Consultant at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
Nov 1998 – April 1999: Senior Lecturer, Department of Forensic Medicine, Guy’s Hospital
April 1999 – Oct 2001:Head of Department of Forensic Medicine, Guy’s Hospital
Over fifty in peer reviewed journals, mainly in relation to cardiovascular pathology.
Academic and related activities
I am an examiner for the Royal College of Pathologists in forensic pathology.
I am also an examiner for the Society of Apothecaries for the Diploma in Medical Jurisprudence.
I have examined for other organisations including PhD theses.
My current research interests include sudden cardiac death and sudden death during restraint.
I am currently involved in teaching in a variety of institutions.I lecture both senior and junior police officers regarding scene examination and about forensic pathology in broad terms.I am involved in teaching medical students.I regularly participate in seminars in my speciality.
Professional learned societies
Member of the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
Member of the British Cardiac Society.
Member of the British Association in Forensic Medicine and Council member.
Member of the Forensic Science Society
Member of the Scientific Standards Committee and the Policy Advisory Board for the Home Office.
I am called as an expert witness on numerous occasions in relation to prosecution and defence cases in both fatal and non-fatal issues. This concerns both criminal and civil proceedings, including the family court