Amy Boule (‘84 MBA), chief operations director of the New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator (OMI), will present "CSI-OMI: A Look at Medicolegal Death Investigation and the OMI" on March 28, at 6 p.m. This is the third Lobo Living Room event sponsored by the UNM Alumni Association.

In "CSI-OMI," Boule will guide visitors through an overview of the fascinating world of forensic medicine. Specialists such as forensic pathologists and forensic odontologists will discuss how they determine causes of death and identify decedents. There will also be an overview of fingerprinting techniques and a 3D reconstruction of a deceased person's computed tomography (CT) scan.

The OMI, which is a special program within the Department of Pathology at the UNM School of Medicine, investigates any death occurring in New Mexico that is sudden, violent, untimely, unexpected, or where a person is found dead and the cause of death is unknown. OMI provides training in many aspects of medicolegal death investigation.

The Lobo Living Room is a series featuring notable alumni speaking, demonstrating, or performing in their areas of expertise. Alumni cover a variety of newsworthy, popular, and historically significant topics.

This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited. RSVP at Lobo Living Room or by calling (505) 277-5808. Parking is available in the dirt lot across from the OMI. For more information, contact Sue MacEachen at (505) 277-9088 or email,

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