Intresset för IAIs internationella utbildningskonferenser har varit stort under många år. Här kan du se de närmaste årens planerade konferenser
The 2017 Conference will be August 6-12, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia
The 2018 Conference will be July 29-August 4, 2018 in San Antonio, Texas
The 2019 Conference will be August 11-17, 2019 in Reno, Nevada
The 2020 Conference will be August 9-15, 2020 in Orlando, Florida
The 2021 Conference will be August 1-7, 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee
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Information vidarebefordrad av Roger Månsson, Vrångö.
101st International Educational Conference
“Bridge To A Bright Future”
Information about Cincinnati
Educational Sessions and the Exhibit will be held in the Cincinnati Duke Energy Convention Center.
The President’s Welcome Reception and some Committee Meetings are scheduled for Sunday August 7, 2016. Lectures and workshops begin on Monday August 8 and continue until the Membership Meeting from 8am-9:30am on Friday August 12, with Lectures and Workshops following until 5pm. The Installation & Closing Banquet will be at 7:00 pm. on Friday and the suggested hotel checkout is Saturday, August
Let the evidence speak (klicka här bredvid för att se kurser planerade under 2015).
Ron Smith and Associates, Inc. anordnar sedan många år kurser med koppling till International Association for Identification – IAI.
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Läs mer under: http://www.iacis.com/
Online Continuing Education and Training in Forensic Sciences
Forensiced.org offers online training for forensic and medical professionals, law enforcement and ancillary professionals. Course topics range from toxicology to crime scene investigation
Denna och andra kurser inom det forensiska området genomförs av RTI International Center for Forensic Sciences.
Du kan hitta kursutbudet under: www.forensiced.org
Introduction to DNA Analysis – Y STR and mtDNA
This course will discuss how Y STR and mitochondrial DNA forensic analysis can assist with solving cases. This course will discuss the characteristics of both Y STR and mitochondrial DNA analysis and how these different forensic markers can be applied to solving cases. This course covers entry level concepts and is foundational to more advanced courses.
By the end of this course, one will be able to:
- Understand the basic characteristics of the Y Chromosome
- Understand the basic characteristics of mitochondrial DNA
- Understand the benefit of Y STR analysis for criminal casework
- Understand the benefit of mitochondrial analysis for criminal casework
- Understand the statistical properties of these types of forensic comparisons
Course Type: On demand presentation
Length: Approximately 180 minutes
Presenter(s): Patricia A Melton
Dr. Patricia Melton is a senior research forensic scientist at RTI International where her primary responsibilities are to develop and coordinate forensic DNA research and business opportunities. Prior to going RTI international, Dr. Melton was a forensic practitioner and supervisor for nearly a decade in both a government forensic laboratory and state crime laboratory. In addition Dr. Melton has held academic positions at both Western Carolina University and Stevenson University supporting both forensic biology and biology programs. Dr. Melton remains currently engaged in the field of forensic science but maintaining status as a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and as an ASCLD-LAB Assessor.
Audience: Law Enforcement Personnel, Legal Professionals
Performance Requirement: Interactive questions will be included in the material to ensure participants understand the material.
Course Accreditation: Documentation of Attendance.