Our Global Adventures

View all of our previous adventures across the globe.

World Police Summit – Dubai

VA UK had the privilege of attending the World Police Summit in March, where we witnessed first-hand the advancements in law enforcement through ingenuity and innovation. We also understood better how we at Virtual Autopsy UK Ltd seamlessly fit into the death investigation pathway globally. We want to give a huge vote of gratitude to Prof Michael Thali for delivering an excellent keynote lecture on “Virtual Autopsy And AI,” which was mind-blowing and inspiring.

Arab Health – Dubai

Arab Health Exhibition Dubai, what an adventure for Virtual Autopsy UK Ltd. It was undoubtedly an insightful and enlightening adventure. We met some great inspiring people with discussions and meetings around a collaborative approach to how best to serve the needs of our clients equitably and with the highest level of excellence.

Gratitude goes out to Louise Stock, Nicolai Mandrup, Thomas Andersen, Mark Oakes, Nicola Pangher, Anders Fage Jensen, and my trusted friend and colleague Darren Brown.

Thank you all for supporting and believing in my vision to bring Virtual Autopsy to the world in the name of humanity, social justice, and the best of British science and technology in forensic medicine.

Professor Jason Payne-James

It was a pleasure reconnecting with my friend Professor Jason Payne-James and his team, Judy Payne- James and Grace Payne-James, along with Darren Brown. During our conversation, we explored the collaborative synergies between our respective organisations and how they work together to promote justice, humanity, and the best of forensic medicine in death investigations.

It was inspiring to see such a dedicated group of professionals working towards a common goal: Virtual Autopsy.

Dubai Workshop

It was a great honour to deliver a 3-day Workshop on Virtual Autopsy to a group of enthusiastic and visionary clinicians in Dubai whilst meeting up with my dear friends SAMI MEKKI from The Private Office of Sheikh Saeed bin Ahmed Al Maktoum and Dr Krzysztof Woźniak from Poland.

Philippines National Police – Virtual Autopsy Workshop

Virtual Autopsy UK delivered a 2-day Virtual Autopsy workshop inaugurated by PBGEN Constancio T. Chinayog, Director of the Philippines National Police – Forensic Group, with support from PCOL Joseph C. Palmero. We had an action-packed schedule, packed with a series of lectures on Forensic Radiology and a thrilling hands-on activity on CT anatomy.

The workshop was attended by 30 enthusiastic participants from all around the Philippines, eager to delve into the fascinating world of forensics and expand their knowledge and skills.

PGIMS Rohtak – Virtual Autopsy Workshop India

It was an honour to deliver a one-day workshop on Virtual Autopsy to The Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS) under the visionary leadership of Dr Suresh .K. Dhattarwal (HoD) and his team. There were over 250 enthusiastic registrations to attend, and we were overwhelmed by the level of interest from participants from the state of Haryana.

Virtual Autopsy India™ – Activity

Virtual Autopsy India™ represents our largest market-making opportunity for the whole of South Asia. Under Dr. Hemanth Naik’s Leadership, Focus, and Dedication, we are consistently awakening the region to the future of post-mortem examination and death investigation. As market leaders in our field in South Asia and the world, we are robust in educating our audience. We are actively bringing awareness of the benefits of Virtual Autopsy to clinicians, judiciary, ministries, humanity and educators.

Health Minister for Karnataka India

Virtual Autopsy UK was wholly blessed to have had a private audience with the Health Minister for the state of Karnataka to present our capabilities to serve the deceased and help the living by introducing Virtual Autopsy for the people of Karnataka.

We are very grateful to the British High Commission in India and the team at the UK Department for Business & Trade Bangalore for supporting us at the meeting with the Health Minister of Karnataka.

Advanced Training In Virtual Autopsy (UK)

Congratulations to all the incredible participants for successfully completing the Advanced Virtual Autopsy Training Course in Leicester. This course has taken their expertise to new heights in the field of forensic pathology and virtual autopsy. Their dedication, hard work, and passion for advancing forensic techniques are truly commendable. The knowledge they have gained and the skills they’ve honed will undoubtedly contribute to more accurate and efficient investigations in the future.

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India Milestones

Thank you, India, for sharing our vision and believing in our shared values to bring the very best of science, technology, forensic medicine, and humanity to the people and for the people. We are truly blessed by your grace and continued support for every milestone we collectively achieve.

International Society of Forensic Radiology and Imaging (Toulouse, France)

It was an honour and a privilege to be a proud sponsor of the International Society of Forensic Radiology and Imaging 2023 in Toulouse, France. The conference was incredibly well organised, and all credit and success has to go to Dr Fabrice Dedouit and his amazing team. After an intense day of learning, Virtual Autopsy UK Ltd hosted a little R&R drinks evening both nights in the hotel lobby. It was enjoyed by many, some with headaches in the morning, but it was fun anyway. This event gave me an opportunity to catch up with old friends and make some new ones.

Advanced Training In Virtual Autopsy (UK)

It was wonderful to see the excitement and enthusiasm of the students on the 1st day of the Advanced Virtual Autopsy Training course in Leicester, UK. The training was an engaging and insightful experience for all the students and we were thrilled to see such a great turnout of eager learners who are committed to enhancing their knowledge and expertise in this field.

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National Forensic Science University (NFSU) India

Virtual Autopsy UK held India’s first 5-day training program on “Virtual Autopsy”, which started at the National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU) on 16th January 2023 at NFSU. Gratitude to Mr Peter Cook, British Deputy High Commissioner to Gujarat & Rajasthan and Dr J.M. Vyas, Vice Chancellor of NFSU, for inaugurating the start of the training.

Forensic Radiology Egypt & Arab World Webinar

Virtual Autopsy UK Ltd is always pleased to assist with technology provisions for establishing virtual autopsy centres and advancing Forensic post-mortem imaging and education. Thank you for the opportunity, Prof. Ghada Omran.

Virtual Autopsy International Conference, Azerbaijan

Organised by our very own Dr Vugar Huseynov (Virtual Autopsy UK Project Director for CIS), we presented a one-day Seminar to delegates from the Ministry of Health, Forensic Medical Experts from the Ministry of Defense (Russian Federation), Forensic Experts from the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Digital Development, and the Religion Committee of the Azerbaijan Republic. A vote of thanks to the team at UK DIT Baku.

Dubai Expo

A few snaps of Darren and me at Expo 2020 in Dubai, which was postponed to October 2021 due to COVID-19.


A presentation on the benefits of Virtual Autopsy, supported by UK DIT, was given to Kazakhstan government representatives in Nur-Sultan. This was followed by a Press conference and media interviews with several primetime TV Channels.

Bombay Municipal Corporation

Dubai Forensic Conference

Saudi Arabia Forensics Conference

Mumbai Seminar & Forensic Medicon

Kuwait Forensics Conference

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