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Institute of Forensic Medicine
Established in 1991, the Institute was formed from the Division of Forensic Medicine. The Institute was formed under the NSW Department of Health, however the agency also reported to the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Sydney. The Institute conducted research into various medical inquiries, including Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and performed post-mortem examinations. In 2001 these post-mortem examinations became the subject of an inquiry by Special Commissioner Bret Walker. The inquiry lead to the abolition of the Institute and the establishment of the Department of Forensic Medicine.