Professor Dame Sue Black FRSE appointed as peer in the House of Lords

Professor Dame Sue Black DBE FBA FRCP FRAI FRSE, one of the world’s leading forensic scientists and author of All That Remains, has been appointed as a peer in the House of Lords.

In response to the announcement, Professor Dame Anne Glover, President of the RSE said:

“It is wonderful news that Professor Dame Sue Black has been appointed as a peer in the House of Lords. She is a remarkable individual, and a committed RSE Fellow. Her work in forensic anthropology and anatomy has had a profound effect not only in Scotland, but across the UK and globally and has helped place this country at the heart of pioneering forensic anthropological research. She is truly deserving of this peerage, and I congratulate her on this honour.”