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Meeting NameFORENSICS: The Science Behind the Deaths of Famous People
OrganizationAlbany State UniversityStart Date 4/20/2021
Country United States of America End Date 4/20/2021
StateGeorgia
Meeting Information

A Forensic Toxicology Lecture at the Forensic Science Program

Albany State University, Georgia

Dr. Harry A. Milman

"FORENSICS: The Science Behind the Deaths of Famous People"

April 20,2021, 3:30 PM

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Websitewww.asurams.edu
 
Meeting NameCurrent Trends in Forensic Toxicology (2021)
OrganizationCurrent Trends Symposium in conjuction with CFSREStart Date 5/31/2021
Country United States of America End Date 6/4/2021
StatePennsylvania
Meeting Information

Registration is now open for the 2021 Current Trends Symposium on Forensic Toxicology (May 31st – June 4th).Now in its 4th year, this On-line Symposium has gained a reputation for creating a sense of community for forensic practitioners across the globe while disseminating timely and impactful information from recognized experts in their respective discipline – a feat accomplished with no registration fee and no travel costs. Given the hard work and dedicated efforts of this year’s Program Chairs – Prof Nikolas P. Lemos (Director, Cameron Forensic Medical Sciences, Barts and The London SMD) and Dr. Karen S. Scott (Director of Forensic Sci...
Websitehttps://www.forensicscienceeducation.org/continuing-education/2021-online-forensic-symposium-current-trends-in-forensic-toxicology/
 
Meeting NameComparative Osteology
OrganizationWestern Carolina UniversityStart Date 6/3/2021
Country United States of America End Date 6/4/2021
StateNorth Carolina
Meeting Information

Understanding the difference between human and non-human skeletal elements is crucial for forensic anthropologists, law enforcement, death investigators, as well as archaeologists. This course introduces participants to the field of osteology, or the study of the skeleton. During this course, participants will learn various methods for distinguishing human bone from non-human bone, using both human and non-human skeletons as hands-on teaching tools. This course is geared towards law enforcement, medicolegal professionals and undergraduate- and graduate- level university students. No previous knowledge is required....
Websitehttps://www.wcu.edu/engage/professional-enrichment/profdev/forensic-anthropology.aspx
 
Meeting NameFragmentary Human Osteology
OrganizationWestern Carolina UniversityStart Date 6/7/2021
Country United States of America End Date 6/11/2021
StateNorth Carolina
Meeting Information

Throughout this hands-on, five-day course participants will learn to identify and side skeletal elements in whole and fragmented form; understand the basics of bone biology and bone mechanics; and be able to recognize normal human variation from abnormal variation caused by pathology, trauma, or taphonomy. Participants will be tested on their knowledge through daily quizzes. This course is geared towards medicolegal professionals and undergraduate- and graduate- level university students. No previous knowledge is required.

Websitehttps://www.wcu.edu/engage/professional-enrichment/profdev/forensic-anthropology.aspx
 
Meeting NameRocky Mountain Death Investigators Conference
OrganizationColorado Coroners AssociationStart Date 6/9/2021
Country United States of America End Date 6/11/2021
StateColorado
Meeting InformationThe Colorado Coroners Association is excited to announce that we are offering a VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE option for our June 2021 Rocky Mountain Death Investigators Conference in addition to our in-person attendance option.
See announcement for details and program.

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Websitehttps://events.egov.com/eventreg/CO/registrant.htm?action=new&_event=therockymountaindeathinvestigatorsconference
 
Meeting NameAquatic Abuse, Death, & Homicidal Drowning Investigation Training
OrganizationPolk County Medical Examiner’s OfficeStart Date 6/10/2021
Country United States of America End Date 6/11/2021
StateOregon
Meeting Information

This program is designed to meet the needs of medical examiners, coroners, medicolegal death investigators,forensic pathologists, patrol officers, detectives, marine patrol, dive teampersonnel, child abuse physicians, jurisprudence practitioners, forensicnurses, domestic violence workers, victim advocates, social workers, crime scene investigators and reconstructionists,forensic scientists and anyone whose work could involve possible aquaticnonfatal abuse, injury, death, or homicide incidents in such as environments buckets,bathtubs, swimming pools, rivers, lakes, and oceans
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Meeting NameBloodstain Pattern Analysis on Textiles with an Introduction to Digital Casework Analysis
OrganizationMiami-Dade Public Safety Training InstituteStart Date 6/21/2021
Country United States of America End Date 6/25/2021
StateFlorida
Meeting Information

This is an advanced bloodstain pattern analysis workshop examining the interaction of liquid blood with fabrics, textiles and clothing. Coupled with an introduction to the analysis of bloodstain casework that has been provided in a digital format. Participants must have had a minimum of an introductory level BPA workshop prior to attending this workshop.

Workshop participants will participate in practical exercises to enhance their ability to interpret complex bloodstain patterns deposited on fabrics, textiles and clothing. This will be accomplished by the participant’s dripping, splashing and transferring liquid blood onto fabrics, te...
Websitehttps://noslowforensic.com/new-page
 
Meeting NameForensic Archaeology and Outdoor Crime Scene Reconstruction, Vol XXX
OrganizationHD Forensics and Mercyhurst UniversityStart Date 7/19/2021
Country United States of America End Date 7/23/2021
StatePennsylvania
Meeting InformationHD Forensics, Dennis Dirkmaat, Ph.D., D-ABFA, and Sp. Ag Michael Hochrein, FBI (ret) are presenting an In-Person week-long short course in Forensic Archaeology and Outdoor Crime Scene Reconstruction at Mercyhurst University in Erie, PA. The focus of the course is on how best to process outdoor forensic scenes to produce the most accurate reconstructions of past events. This course will introduce participants, primarily law enforcement investigators and medicolegal professionals, to the principles, practices and methods of Forensic Archaeology and Forensic Taphonomy as applied to the outdoor forensic scene. Lectures and practical exercises inv...
WebsiteHDForensics.com
 
Meeting NameCore Principles and Practices in Forensic Anthropology, Vol II
OrganizationHD Forensics and Mercyhurst UniversityStart Date 7/19/2021
Country United States of America End Date 7/30/2021
StatePennsylvania
Meeting InformationHD Forensics and Dennis Dirkmaat, Ph.D., D-ABFA, presents an In-Person 2-week (10-day) short course on current Core Principles and Practices in the field forensic anthropology at Mercyhurst University, Erie, PA. Taught at an advanced introductory level, participants will be exposed to the latest principles, practices, and methods in the discipline of Forensic Anthropology. The course will be taught by some of the best forensic anthropologists in North America, including many ABFA Board-certified forensic anthropologists, who are actively conducting research, publishing and conducting forensic anthropological casework. The course will cover al...
WebsiteHDForensics.com
 
Meeting NameBasics of Human Osteology
OrganizationHD Forensics and Mercyhurst UniversityStart Date 7/24/2021
Country United States of America End Date 7/25/2021
StatePennsylvania
Meeting InformationThe goal of this 2-day short course is to familiarize students and professionals with the identification of human skeletal remains frequently encountered in biological, bioarchaeological, and forensic anthropological contexts. Emphasis will be placed on identifying and siding human bone, differentiating human from non-human bone, and recognizing sub-adult remains. Participants will be introduced to normal anatomical variation as well as taphonomic and pathological changes. The course involves extensive hands-on opportunities with real human bone, supplemented with detailed lectures and actual forensic case studies. ...
WebsiteHDForensics.com
 
Meeting NameCore Principles and Practices of Forensic Odontology
OrganizationHD Forensics and Mercyhurst UniversityStart Date 8/2/2021
Country United States of America End Date 8/4/2021
StatePennsylvania
Meeting InformationThis 3-day In-Person short course will focus on human dental and maxillofacial anatomy, dental age estimation in sub-adult and adult individuals, the process of dental identification, the use of dental identification software, the role of the odontologists in a mass disaster scenario, dental and maxillofacial trauma and the analysis of burnt remains, and bite mark examination. The course will be taught by experts in the field of forensic odontology, including Sakhar AlQahtani who developed the now ubiquitous London Atlas. Lectures, demonstration materials and hands-on sessions will take place throughout the course. Actual forensic cases will ...
WebsiteHDForensics.com
 
Meeting NameIntroductory Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Workshop
OrganizationMiami-Dade Public Safety Training InstituteStart Date 12/6/2021
Country United States of America End Date 12/10/2021
StateFlorida
Meeting InformationThis is an introductory level bloodstain pattern analysis workshop.

The workshop objectives are: 1) Teach the investigator how to identify bloodstain pattern evidence at the crime scene. 2) Teach the investigator how to properly document bloodstain pattern evidence. 3) Teach the investigator how to properly preserve the bloodstain pattern evidence. 4) Teach the investigator how to reconstruct bloodstain patterns at the crime scene. 5) Provide the foundation for teaching the investigator how to interpret bloodstain pattern evidence. 6) Teach the investigator the safety and health issues associated with bloodstain pattern evidence.

The wo...
Websitehttps://noslowforensic.com/new-page
 
Meeting Name29th Congress of the International Society for Forensic Genetics
OrganizationISFG (International Society for Forensic Genetics)Start Date 8/29/2022
Country United States of America End Date 9/2/2022
StateDistrict of Columbia
Meeting Information
This congress in dedicated to human and non-human forensic genetics and will be preceded by two days of workshops on Autosomal STR and Mixture Interpretation, Evidence evaluation, Ethics, NGS Panels,  Haplotype Markers, Forensic DNA Phenotyping and other topics. Prominent key note speakers will present in addition to researchers from across the globe presenting their work as talks or posters.
Websitehttps://www.isfg2021.org/
 
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