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Editor - Pavel Timonov | Medical University of Plovdiv | 21563
ISSN 2472-1026

Journal of Forensic Medicine
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Pavel Timonov

Pavel Timonov
Editor-in-Chief
Pavel Todorov Timono

Department of General Clinical Pathology and Forensic Medicine
Medical University of Plovdiv
Bulgaria

Biography

Pavel Todorov Timonov (MD, PhD) Department of General and Clinical Pathology and Forensic Medicine – Medical University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria. PhD thesis “Sex determination from the femur in a Bulgarian population”. He is an author of more than 40 publications in national and international journals and 50 presentations in scientific reunions concerning forensic anthropology, sex estimation, facial assessment. Author of 2 books on Forensic anthropology. Memberships: IALM (International Academy of Legal Medicine), FASE (Forensic Anthropology Society of Europe ), Bulgarian Anthropological Society. Working on research project “Cephalometric examination and 3D virtual modelling of the face aiming at construction and visualization of 3D facial statistics and creating cephalofacial database” funded by the National Science Fund of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Science, Bulgaria.

Research Interest

Forensic pathology, Forensic anthropology, age and sex estimation, sexual dimorphism, death at car accident, trace evidence.

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Publications

Forensic Medicine from the Crime Scene to the Autopsy Room

Pavel Timonov
Editor Note: J Forensic Med 2016, 1:2
DOI: 10.4172/2472-1026.1000e102
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