Craig Cormick is a science communicator and author. He has published over a dozen books on topics ranging from Antarctica to time travel, and his awards include a Queensland Premier's Literary Award and the ACT Book of the Year Award. He works for CSIRO Education and in 2014 was awarded the Unsung Hero of Science Communications Award by the Australian Science Communicators.
The Hon. John Coldrey QC is a retired Justice of the Victorian Supreme Court and chair of the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine council. He was Director of Public Prosecutions for Victoria and Director of Legal Services for the Central Land Council in the Northern Territory.
Adam Ford is an experienced archaeologist, television presenter and author. He presents the ABC TV series Who's Been Sleeping In My House? and has just written his first book.
Carlos María Vullo is the Director of the Forensic DNA Laboratory of the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (EAAF), Director of Immunogenetics Laboratory (LIDMO), Córdoba, Argentina.
Chris Briggs is Consultant Forensic Anthropologist at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine and Associate Professor in the Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience at the University of Melbourne.
Dadna Hartman leads the Molecular Biology Laboratory at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine, specialising in the DNA analysis of compromised samples, and research activities to improve profiling techniques.
David Ranson is the Deputy Director of the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine and an Associate Professor in the Department of Forensic Medicine at Monash University.
Dean Wilson is Reader in Criminology at Plymouth University in the UK. Prior to that he was a senior lecturer in Criminology at
Monash University in Melbourne.
Deb Withers' career has spanned most areas of the media, as a journalist, publicist and producer.
Elizabeth Marsden is currently co-manager of the Museum Accreditation Program in Victoria.
Fiona Leahy is Senior Medico-legal Adviser at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine.
Frank McDemott was a member of the Department of Surgery at Monash University's Alfred Hospital from 1964 to 1996. In 1973 he joined the Road Trauma Committee of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, and was Victorian Chair from 1982 to 1997.
Gordon J. Thorogood is a solid-state physicist, currently working at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation.
Helen D. Harris OAM is a professional historian and genealogist, specialising in 19th-century police and criminal records.
Helen McKelvie is the Manager of Medico-legal at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine.
Iain West is the Deputy State Coroner, having been appointed to the position in 1993.
Ian Jones has followed two careers – as a historian and as an award-winning screenwriter, producer and director. He has been a full-time author since 1990. His books include the best-selling biography Ned Kelly: A Short Life, as well as The Fatal Friendship: Ned Kelly, Aaron Sherritt & Joe Byrne.
Jeremy Smith is Heritage Victoria's Senior Archaeologist and has been a member of the Archaeology Advisory Committee of the Heritage Council since 2002.
Jodie Leditschke is Manager of the Forensic Technical Services department at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine.
Lee Franklin works as a real estate valuer with Charter Keck Cramer.
Malcolm Dodd is a full-time senior consultant forensic pathologist at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine.
Mark Finnane is ARC Laureate Fellow at Griffith University, where he works in the ARC Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security.
Max Esser is currently Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at Monash University Alfred Hospital.
Noel Woodford is Head of Forensic Pathology Services at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine.
Richard Bassed is a forensic odontologist and is the consultant in charge of identification services at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine.
Robert Clark is the Member for Box Hill and is also the Attorney-General, Minister for Finance and Minister for Industrial Relations
in the Victorian government.
Rob Hulls was Attorney-General for Victoria from 1999 to 2010, and during that period held several other ministerial positions. In 2012 Rob was appointed Director of the Centre for Innovative Justice at RMIT University.
Ronn Taylor has, for almost 25 years, been the forensic sculptor to the Victoria Institute of Forensic Medicine and conducted many workshops nationally and overseas.
Soren Blau (PhD) is the Senior Forensic Anthropologist at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine.
Stephen Cordner is Professor of Forensic Medicine at Monash University and Director of the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine. He is also Patron of the African Society of Forensic Medicine.
Tahnee Dewhurst is a Senior Forensic Document Examiner with the Victoria Police Forensic Services Department.
Tony Hill was a forensic odontologist at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine from 1992 until his untimely death in December 2013.