Saving babies: Professor Roger Byard's journey from Wynyard to a world expert in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Meg Powell
Updated August 26 2020 - 7:06am, first published 7:03am
SMALL TOWN BOY: Professor Roger Byard grew up in Wynyard, Tasmania, before heading off to become a leading experts on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Picture: Supplied
SMALL TOWN BOY: Professor Roger Byard grew up in Wynyard, Tasmania, before heading off to become a leading experts on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Picture: Supplied

Professer Roger Byard will never forget the name of the first child he autopsied.

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Meg Powell

Meg Powell

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Meg Powell has been a journalist for the Advocate Newspaper in North-West Tasmania since 2019. She has covered a range of areas and issues including crime, health, environmental issues, business, social affairs , the arts and education. Got a story to share? Email megan.powell@theadvocate.com.au or call 0448 302 029

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