Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Adelaide Medical School
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Lilli is a PhD candidate, supervised by A/Prof Corinna van den Heuvel, Prof Roger Byard and Dr Melissa Humphries. She is undertaking a retrospective analysis of illicit drug-related deaths presented for coronial autopsy in South Australia (SA) over 30 years (1980-2019).
Date Position Institution name 2020 Lecturer University of Adelaide 2019 Tutor University of Adelaide 2018 Student Ambassador University of Adelaide 2013 Food Service Assistant Southern Cross Case (SA & NT)
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2020 Scholarship Research Training Program Stipend (RTPS) Scholarship University of Adelaide Australia — 2019 Scholarship Adelaide Medical School Honours Scholarship University of Adelaide Australia —
Date Institution name Country Title 2020 University of Adelaide Australia Doctor of Philosophy (Medicine) 2019 - 2019 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Health and Medical Sciences (Honours) 2015 - 2018 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Health Sciences
Year Citation 2020 Stephenson, L., van den Heuvel, C., & Byard, R. (2020). Weighted drownings - An example of augmentation or enhancement of a suicide method. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, 70, 3 pages.
2019 Stephenson, L., & Byard, R. (2019). Cause, manner and age of death in a series of decedents with tattoos presenting for medicolegal autopsy. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, 64, 49-51.
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2019 Stephenson, L., & Byard, R. (2019). Issues in the handling of cases of tuberculosis in the mortuary. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, 64, 42-44.
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2019 Stephenson, L., Van den Heuvel, C., & Byard, R. (2019). The persistent problem of drowning - A difficult diagnosis with inconclusive tests. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, 66, 79-85.
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2019 Stephenson, L., & Byard, R. (2019). An atlas overview of characteristic features of tuberculosis that may be encountered at autopsy. Forensic Science, Medicine, and Pathology, 16(1), 143-151.
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