CURRICULUM
Glenn M. Larkin, M D

 
NAME: Glenn Michael Larkin

(passed away April 22, 2013)

ADDRESS: 4815 N Sharon Amity Rd
CHARLOTTE NC 28205

TELEPHONE: 704-531 2981 x 235

EDUCATION: B A : 1958 - Brandeis University, Waltham MA

 M D: 1966 - Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain Belgium

EMPLOYMENT: July 1966 - January 1967 
Research Associate
Wrightsville Beach Biomarine Medical Research Laboratory
Wrightsville Beach  NC

 January 1967 - December 1968
 Intern (mixed)
James Walker/New Hanover Memorial Hospital
Wilmington NC

 February 1967 - June 1968
Emergency Room Physician
Baby's Hospital
Wilmington NC

 January 1968 -  June 1968
Resident (Pathology)
New Hanover Memorial Hospital
Wilmington NC

 July 1968 - December 1968
Resident (Pathology)
Mallory Institute of Pathology (Boston City Hospital)
Boston MA

 December 1968-January 1969
 Emergency Room Physician
 Cape Fear memorial Hospital
Wilmington NC

 January 1969-January 1971- in service with United States Army
 January 1971 -  July 1973
Resident (Pathology)
Baptist Memorial Hospital
Memphis TN

July 1973 - June 1974
Fellow, Forensic Pathology
Allegheny County Coroner's Office
Pittsburgh PA

 July 1974-June 1975
( Staff Pathologist
 Allegheny County Coroner's Office
Pittsburgh PA

 July 1973 - June 1975
 Research Associate
Allegheny County Coroner's Office
Pittsburgh PA

 August 1975 - July 1979
General Practice of medicine
Charlotte NC

 April 1976 - July 1979
Medical Examiner and Regional Pathologist
Mecklenburg County NC (part time)

 July 1979 - October 1980
Forensic Pathologist
Allegheny County Coroner's Office
Pittsburgh PA

 August 1979 - April 1982
Associate Laboratory Director
May view State Hospital
Bridgeville PA

 August 1979 - April 1982
Consultant Pathologist
The Podiatry Hospital of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh PA

 February 1980 - April 1982
Laboratory Director
Woodville State Hospital
Carnegie PA

 March 1981 - January 1982
Chief Forensic Pathologist and Chief Deputy Coroner
Allegheny County Coroner's Office
Pittsburgh PA

 July 1979 - April 1982
Consultant Forensic Pathologist for Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Clearview, Fayette, Lawrence, Mercer, McKean, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties, PA, and the Western Federal District of Pennsylvania

 April 1982 - August 1984
Deputy Coroner and Forensic Pathologist
Lafayette Parish Coroner's Office 
Lafayette LA
 

 April 1982 - August 1984
Consultant Forensic Pathologist for Acadia, Allen, Cameron, Calcasieu, Iberia, Livingston, St Landry, St Martin, St Mary, and Vermilion Parishes and the Western Federal District of Louisiana

 September 1985 - present
 Private practice of consultative forensic pathology
Charlotte NC and West palm Beach Fl

 August 1979 --1990
 Associate: Cyril H. Wecht and Associates
Pittsburgh PA

ORGANIZATIONS: Fellow, American College of Forensic Examiners
 Diplomate, American Board of Forensic medicine

PREVIOUS: Allegheny County (PA)  Medical Society
(before retirement) Member American Academy Forensic Sciences (AAFS)
 American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP)
 Mecklenberg County (NC) Medical Society
 North Carolina Medical Society
 American medical Association
 National Association of Medical Examiners (NAME)

 PUBLICATIONS The Battered Child Syndrome, in Warner, and Braen, Management of the Physically and Emotionally Abused- Emergency Assessment, Intervention, and Counseling ,Appleton Century and Croft, Norwalk Connecticut, 1982

 The Role of the Forensic Pathologist in Pædiatric Pathology (English version) , in Mason K, Forensic Pædiatric Pathology and Medicine,Chapman and-Hall , London 1989

 The Role of the Forensic Pathologist in Pediatric Pathology (American version), in Wecht C H, Legal medicine 1989, Butterworth's 1989

 The Forensic Autopsy, In Wecht, C H, The Forensic Sciences, Matthew Bender, New York

 Time of Death,  In Wecht, C H, The Forensic Sciences, Matthew Bender, New York

 Sharp Force Trauma,  In Wecht, C H, The Forensic Sciences, Matthew Bender, New York

 Asphyxia, Hanging and Strangulation,  In Wecht, C H, The Forensic Sciences, Matthew Bender, New York

 Drowning,  In Wecht, C H, The Forensic Sciences, Matthew Bender, New York

 The Battered Child Syndrome (with update)  In Wecht, C H, The Forensic Sciences, Matthew Bender, New York

 Sexual molestation of Children,  In Wecht, C H, The Forensic Sciences, Matthew Bender, New York

 Operative and Post-operative Death,  In Wecht, C H, The Forensic Sciences, Matthew Bender, New York

 The Crime Scene . ,  In Wecht, C H, The Forensic Sciences, Matthew Bender, New York

 Gunshot and Shotgun Trauma , In Wecht, C H, The Forensic Sciences, Matthew Bender, New York  Mechanism of Blunt Force Trauma,In Wecht, C H, The Forensic Sciences, Matthew Bender, New York
 Trauma to the Nervous System (in preparation)

 Fact certainty Opinion. and Testimony  (in preparation)

 Identity-- Dead and Alive  (in preparation)
 

LICENSURE: North Carolina:   1967
 Tennessee:    1972  (lapsed)
 Pennsylvania:    1980  (lapsed)

BOARDS: Passed Forensic Pathology Board in 1977
 "Eligible" in Anatomic Pathology

 Diplomate American board of Forensic Medicine

 Fellow American Board of Forensic Examiners

LEGAL: Testified in over 100 criminal and 30 civil cases in state and federal courts in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Wyoming and Florida (for prosecutor-plaintiff and for defense).  Contributed to several capital and non-capital appeals to various courts of appeal and state Supreme Courts

 Acted as medical-legal consultant in capital and other cases in Florida and other states

 Helped prepare briefs for North Carolina Supreme Court and United States Court of Appeals (4th Circuit, 3rd Circuit

TEACHING: Lecture Course: Pathology for Pharmacy Students, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh PA, 1974-1975

 "Forensic Pathology Laboratory" : University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine , 1974- 1975

 Seminar: Investigation of Death, Allegheny County Coroner's Office  1973-1975

 Seminar: Medical-legal Investigation of Fire Related Deaths, Western Pennsylvania Fire-Fighter's Association, Mercer PA 1981-1982

 Seminar: Medical-legal Identification in Fire Related Death, Louisiana Fire-fighter's Association, 1983
 "The crime scene", Lafayette Parish police orientation course

OTHER: Helped design forensic laboratory, and medical-legal investigaory system Lafayette LA

 Entered United States Army, January 7, 1969; Honorably discharged as Major MC USAR January 7, 1971

References on request


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