Brescia University is pleased to bring Dr. Gregory J. Davis, Kentucky Associate Chief Medical Examiner and forensic pathologist with the University of Kentucky Medical School, to campus for several lectures as part of the William C. Young Lecture Series.
Dr. Davis will be on campus Monday, October 17 to speak first to the campus community and then meet with students one-on-one before holding a public lecture that evening at 7 pm. Davis’ public lecture is entitled, Spiritual and Religious Aspects of Death Investigation. It will be held in the Study Pavilion, which is located on the second floor of the Campus Center.
Davis received his undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky, his MD from the University of Tennessee, and did his internship, residency, and fellowship at U of L.