Dr. Gary G. Telgenhoff (or also known as Dr. T) is a Forensic Pathologist and Deputy Medical Examiner at the Clark County Coroner’s Office, Las Vegas, Nevada.
He began his education at Spring Harbor College where he obtained his Bachelors degree in biology and chemistry in 1979 and entered graduate school at Eastern Michigan University to obtain his Masters degree in biology/physiology in 1989. Medical School at Michigan State University was completed in 1992, followed by internship, two years of pathology residency at Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio, two years of pathology residency at Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio and one year of Forensic Pathology fellowship at Montgomery County Crime Lab, Dayton, Ohio.
Currently, he is in his tenth year as Medical Examiner for Clark County, a position in which he conducts approximately 700 autopsies, with approximately 35 homicides, a year. His presence is often required in court with regard to his findings and determination of cause and manner of death.
Dr. Telgenhoff is also a forensic consultant for the television show “CSI: Crime Scene Investigaton” and “Bones” as well as for numerous authors. Dr. Telgenhoff speaks nationally to colleges and other venues regarding his experiences as a forensic pathologist; using science, experience and his own macabre sense of humor to bring audiences the tales of reality versus the TV show.
The title of his talk is “The Real Vegas CSI“