Caroline Erolin obtained her MSc in Medical Art in 2002. She has over 11 years experience of working in the fields of medical and forensic art and teaches these at masters level. Caroline is a lecturer on the MSc’s in Medical and Forensic Art as well as being actively involved in casework and research within the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification at the University of Dundee.
Her research interests focus on the future of medical art and artists, particularly in relation to new and developing technologies. She is studying a part time PhD to research the development and use of the virtual reality haptic dissection of anatomical models. Caroline is also involved in research projects and collaborations with many other members of staff and students.
Caroline is also involved in forensic art case work as well the production of facial reconstructions for television and museums Caroline is also actively involved in many community and educational outreach projects and was a member of the Human ID research group who were awarded the Stephan Fry award for public engagement in 2012.