New digital autopsy facility opens in Sheffield, U.K.

2013 11 27 13 18 46 136 2013 11 27 Digital Autopsy Sheffield

Malaysian advanced visualization software developer iGene has opened the first center in a planned network of digital autopsy facilities in the U.K.

The initial 3 million pound (3.6 million euro) digital autopsy facility will be housed at Sheffield's Medico-Legal Center. iGene said it plans to open the second center in Bradford in 2014.

The Sheffield center is equipped with an Optima CT540 scanner, according to GE Healthcare.

His honor Judge Peter Thornton QC, chief coroner for England and Wales, and Matt Chandran, founder and CEO of iGene, with a GE Healthcare Optima CT540 scanner at the opening of the U.K.’s first digital autopsy facility in Sheffield.His honor Judge Peter Thornton QC, chief coroner for England and Wales, and Matt Chandran, founder and CEO of iGene, with a GE Healthcare Optima CT540 scanner at the opening of the U.K.’s first digital autopsy facility in Sheffield.
His honor Judge Peter Thornton QC, chief coroner for England and Wales, and Matt Chandran, founder and CEO of iGene, with a GE Healthcare Optima CT540 scanner at the opening of the U.K.’s first digital autopsy facility in Sheffield.
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