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  Forensic Science Communications April 2002 — Volume 4 — Number 2

 

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April 1-5, 2002

International Association for Identification (IAI) Bloodstain Pattern Interpretation Course
Scottsdale Police Department
Scottsdale, Arizona

Contact:

Dwane S. Hilderbrand
IAI Training Coordinator
9688 East Davenport Drive
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
E-mail: iaicourses@theiai.org
480-860-1002, mailbox 1 (Voice)
480-860-1002 (Fax)

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April 8-12, 2002

Smithsonian Center for Materials Research and Education: Practical Wood Anatomy in Museum Environment Course
Museum Support Center
Suitland, Maryland

Contact:

Francine Lewis
Smithsonian Institution
Museum Support Center
SCMRE, MRC-534
4210 Silver Hill Road
Suitland, Maryland 20746
301-238-3700, ext. 102 (Voice)

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April 9-12, 2002

1st Annual Forensic Anthropology Demonstration Short Course in Spain
La Rectoral
Oviedo, Asturias, Spain

Contact:

Dr. Dennis Dirkmaat
Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute
Mercyhurst College
Erie, Pennsylvania  16546
E-mail: dirkmaat@mercyhurst.edu
Web site: http://mai.mercyhurst.edu
814-824-2105 (Voice)

 


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April 10-11, 2002

Lamp Filament Examination Course
University of North Texas Police Academy
Denton, Texas

Contact:

Edward E. Hueske
Forensic Training Coordinator
UNT Police Academy
Denton, Texas  76203-0948
E-mail: xprtwit@aol.com
Web site: http://www.unt.edu/police
940-565-4988 (Voice)
940-369-8663 (Fax)


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April 15-17, 2002

Advanced Shooting Incident Reconstruction Course
University of North Texas Police Academy
Denton, Texas

Contact:

Edward E. Hueske
Forensic Training Coordinator
UNT Police Academy
Denton, Texas  76203-0948
E-mail: xprtwit@aol.com
Web site: http://www.unt.edu/police
940-565-4988 (Voice)
940-369-8663 (Fax)


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April 15-19, 2002


Medicolegal Investigation of Death Seminar
Virginia Crossings Conference Resort
Glen Allen, Virginia

Presented by the Virginia Institute of Forensic Science and Medicine.

Contact:

Linda P. Carne
Director of Education and Research
Virginia Institute of Forensic Science and Medicine
700 North 5th Street
Richmond, Virginia  23219
E-mail: lcarne@vifsm.org
Web site: www.vifsm.org
804-786-6063 (Voice)
804-786-6857 (Fax)


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April 16-17 and April 18-19, 2002

Investigation of Gas and Electric Appliance Fires Two-day Seminar
Fire Findings Laboratories
St. Joseph, Mississippi

Contact:

Mary E. Cahill
Fire Findings Laboratories
PO Box 493
St. Joseph, Mississippi 49085-0493
E-mail: info@firefindings.com
Web site: www.firefindings.com
616-983-2113 (Voice)
616-983-7805 (Fax)

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April 17-18, 2002

Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (MAFS) Performance Level Auditing for the Crime Laboratory Workshop
Richfield Laboratory
Richfield, Ohio

Contact:

Ted Manasian
Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation
E-mail: tmanasian@ag.state.oh.us
419-353-5603, ext. 295  (Voice)



April 18-21, 2002

American Academy of Forensic Psychology: Intensive Forensic Practice Workshops
Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center
Atlanta, Georgia

A Survey of Forensic Psychology Practice: Issues and Applications
For psychologists new to forensic practice, for those seeking to expand their practice, and for those wanting an integrated overview of the major areas of forensic work

Advanced Forensic Psychology Practice: Issues and Applications
For psychologist with considerable forensic experience, for those having completed other APA-approved forensic continuing education workshops, and for those at the pre-Diplomate and Diplomate level of expertise

Contact:

Alan M. Goldstein, Ph.D., C.E. Chair
American Academy of Forensic Psychology
13 Arden Drive
Hartsdale, New York 10530
Web site: http://www.abfp.com
914-693-4859 (Voice)



April 22-24, 2002

Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (MAFS) STR Symposium
Hyatt Regency
Oakbrook, Illinois

Contact:

Lynn Helton
Michigan State Police Crime Laboratory
Biology/DNA Unit
42145 West Seven Mile Road
Northville, Michigan  48167
E-mail: heltonl@michigan.gov
248-380-1000 (Voice)



April 22-26, 2002

Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (MAFS) Bloodspatter Workshop
Silver Lake Camp
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Contact:

Terry Laber
Minnesota Forensic Science Laboratory
E-mail: terry.laber@state.nm.us
651-642-0700 (Voice)
651-643-3018 (Fax)



April 22-26, 2002

Medicolegal Death Investigators’ Training Course
St. Louis, Missouri

Sponsored by the Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Division of Forensic and Environmental Pathology
St. Louis, Missouri

The course includes information from the National Guidelines for Death Investigation published by the National Institute of Justice. It prepares the investigator to do the following:

  • Conduct scientific, thorough, and systematic scene and telephonic investigations into deaths that by law are under the jurisdiction of the medicolegal office
  • Disseminate the investigative information to departmental forensic scientists to achieve a coordinated, efficient, and complete death inquiry

The course emphasizes the medical aspects of death investigation. It is not designed to be a homicide seminar.

Contact:

Mary Fran Ernst or Julie Howe
Division of Forensic Education
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
1402 South Grand Boulevard, R512
St. Louis, Missouri 63104
E-mail: wiedemja@slu.edu
Web site: http://medschool.slu.edu/mldi
314-268-5970 (Voice)
314-268-5695 (Fax)

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April 23-25, 2002

International Association for Identification (IAI) Tire Track Evidence Course
Scottsdale Police Department
Scottsdale, Arizona

Contact:

Dwane S. Hilderbrand
IAI Training Coordinator
9688 East Davenport Drive
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
E-mail: iaicourses@theiai.org
480-860-1002, mailbox 1 (Voice)
480-860-1002 (Fax)



April 23-26, 2002

Mid-Atlantic Association of Forensic Scientists (MAAFS) Annual Meeting
Francis Scott Key Holiday Inn
Frederick, Maryland

Contact:

Ted Anderson
Training and Education Coordinator
Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory
1413 Research Boulevard, Building 101
Rockville, Maryland  20850-3125
E-mail: AndersonT@afip.osd.mil
301-319-0240 (Voice)
301-295-5932 (Fax)



April 24, 2002

Mid-Atlantic Association of Forensic Scientists (MAAFS) Spring Workshop
Holiday Inn Hotel
Frederick, Maryland

Contact:

Trooper Gerhard Wendt
Pennsylvania State Police
Questioned Documents Section
1800 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania  17110
E-mail: gwendt@state.pa.us
717-705-8085 (Voice)
717-705-6318 (Fax)



April 29 - May 3, 2002

Advanced Bloodstain Pattern Analysis and Expert Witness Workshop
Metropolitan Police Institute
Miami, Florida

Contact:

Toby L. Wolson
Miami-Dade Police Department
Crime Laboratory Bureau
9105 Northwest 25th Street
Miami, Florida 33172
E-mail: twolson@mdpd.com
305-471-3041 (Voice)
305-471-3350 (Fax)



April 29 - May 3, 2002

Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (MAFS) Forensic Hair Examination Workshop
Holiday Inn - French Quarter
Perrysburg, Ohio

Contact:

Daniel Davison
Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation
E-mail: ddavison@ag.state.oh.us
419-353-5603, ext. 231 (Voice)



May 2-4, 2002


Forensic Odontology Course
Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office
Detroit, Michigan

Contact:

Durinda Mattana
Director of Continuing Education
School of Dentistry
University of Detroit Mercy
Institute for Advanced Continuing Dental Education
PO Box 19900
Detroit, Michigan  48219-0900
313-494-6626 (Voice)
313-578-6568 (Fax)


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May 6-7 and May 8-9, 2002

Investigation of Gas and Electric Appliance Fires Two-day Seminar
Fire Findings Laboratories
St. Joseph, Mississippi

Contact:

Mary E. Cahill
Fire Findings Laboratories
PO Box 493
St. Joseph, Mississippi 49085-0493
E-mail: info@firefindings.com
Web site: www.firefindings.com
616-983-2113 (Voice)
616-983-7805 (Fax)

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May 6-10, 2002

Bloodstain Evidence Institute’s Geometric Interpretation of Bloodstain Pattern Evidence Course
Union Hall
Corning, New York

Contact:

Herbert L. MacDonnell
Bloodstain Evidence Institute
PO Box 1111
Corning, New York  14830
E-mail: forensic@localnet.com
607-962-6581 (Voice)
607-936-6936 (Fax)



May 7-9, 2002


Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (MAFS) Drug Analysis Workshop
New Michigan State Police Forensic Laboratory
Lansing, Michigan

Contact:

John Nied
Wisconsin State Crime Laboratory
E-mail: niedj@doj.state.wi.us
715-845-8626 (Voice)
715-848-5833 (Fax)



May 8-11, 2002

99th Semi-annual Seminar of the California Association of Criminalists
Fisherman’s Wharf Marriott
San Francisco, California

Contact:

Bonnie Cheng
Chairwoman
San Francisco Police Department
Criminalistics Laboratory
850 Bryant Street
San Francisco, California 94103
E-mail: ssachs@stanfordalumni.org
415-671-3248; 415-671-3256 (Voice)
415-671-3290 (Fax)

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May 12-17, 2002

16th Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society International Symposium
National Convention Centre
Canberra, Australia

Contact:

Tony Speldewinde
School of Forensic Investigation
Australian Federal Police College
E-mail: tony.speldewinde@afp.gov.au
Web site: www.nifs.com.au/anzfss/Inter.htm
61-2-6287-0636 (Voice)
61-2-6287-0270 (Fax)


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May 12-17, 2002


Robert F. Borkenstein Course on Alcohol, Drugs, and Highway Safety: Testing, Research, and Litigation
Indiana Memorial Union
Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana

Contact:

Darlena Lindsay
Program Coordinator
Center for Studies of Law in Action
Indiana University
Sycamore Hall 302
Bloomington, Indiana  47405
E-mail: dlindsay@indiana.edu
Web site: www.indiana.edu/~lawactn
812-855-1783 (Voice)
812-855-7542 (Fax)



May 13-17, 2002


Examination and Comparison of Tires and Tire Impression Evidence Course
University of North Texas Police Academy
Denton, Texas

Contact:

Edward E. Hueske
Forensic Training Coordinator
UNT Police Academy
Denton, Texas  76203-0948
E-mail: xprtwit@aol.com
Web site: www.unt.edu/police
940-565-4988 (Voice)
940-369-8663 (Fax)



May 14-16, 2002


Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (MAFS) Note Taking Techniques and Considerations for Document Examiners Workshop
Michigan State Police Forensic Laboratory
Lansing, Michigan

Contact:

Thomas Nelson
E-mail: nelsont3@michigan.gov
517-335-3909 (Voice)



May 17-18, 2002


California Association of Toxicologists Quarterly Meeting
Tempe Mission Palms
Tempe, Arizona

Contact:

Mindy Raines
E-mail: Mraines@dps.state.az.us
Web site: www.Cal-tox.org



May 20-21, 2002


Officer-Involved Shooting Incident Investigation Course
University of North Texas Police Academy
Denton, Texas

Contact:

Edward E. Hueske
Forensic Training Coordinator
UNT Police Academy
Denton, Texas  76203-0948
E-mail: xprtwit@aol.com
Web site: www.unt.edu/police
940-565-4988 (Voice)
940-369-8663 (Fax)



May 20-22, 2002

42nd Annual Professional Polygraph Seminar
National Training Center of Polygraph Science
New York, New York

Contact:

National Training Center of Polygraph Science
200 West 57th Street, Suite 1400
New York, New York 10019-3211
800-643-6597 (Voice)
973-838-8661 (Fax)

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May 20-24, 2002

International Association for Identification (IAI) Fingerprint Pattern, Interpretation, and Identification Course
Holiday Inn Downtown
Scottsdale, Arizona

Contact:

Dwane S. Hilderbrand
IAI Training Coordinator
9688 East Davenport Drive
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
E-mail: iaicourses@theiai.org
480-860-1002, mailbox 1 (Voice)
480-860-1002 (Fax)

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May 20-24, 2002


Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (MAFS) Explosives Analysis Workshop
Michigan State Police Forensic Laboratory
Lansing, Michigan

Contact:

Eric Cervenak
Michigan State Police Crime Laboratory
E-mail: cervenae@michigan.gov
586-726-6709 (Voice)



May 22-24, 2002


10th Annual Workshop on Forensic Entomology
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, Pennsylvania

Contact:

Forensic Entomology Workshop
Pennsylvania State University
306 Agricultural Administration Building
University Park, Pennsylvania  16802-2601
E-mail: shortcourse@psu.edu
Web site: http://conferences.cas.psu.edu
814-865-8301 (Voice)
814-865-7050 (Fax)
814-865-1204 (TTY)



May 26-31, 2002

33rd Annual Association of Firearm and Tool Mark Examiners (AFTE) Training Seminar
Adam’s Mark Hotel
San Antonio Riverwalk
San Antonio, Texas

Contact:

Jamie Becker
Bexar County Criminal Investigation Laboratory
7337 Louis Pasteur
San Antonio, Texas 78229
E-mail: jbecker@co.bexar.tx.us
210-335-4163 (Voice)



May 27 - June 1, 2002


11th Annual Short Course - Death Scene Archaeology: Field Methods in the Location, Recovery, and Interpretation of Human Remains from Outdoor Contexts
Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute
Mercyhurst College
Erie, Pennsylvania

Contact:

Dr. Dennis Dirkmaat
Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute
Mercyhurst College
Erie, Pennsylvania  16546
E-mail: dirkmaat@mercyhurst.edu
Web site: http://mai.mercyhurst.edu
814-824-2105 (Voice)



May 27 - June 7, 2002


Extraction of DNA from Aged Skeletal Remains and Forensic Mitochondrial DNA Sequence Analysis Training Course
Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory
Rockville, Maryland

Contact:

Ted Anderson
Training and Education Coordinator
Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory
1413 Research Boulevard, Building 101
Rockville, Maryland  20850-3125
E-mail: AndersonT@afip.osd.mil
301-319-0240 (Voice)
301-295-5932 (Fax)


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June 3-8, 2002

Human Skeletal Remains: Search, Recovery, Identification Course
Denver Center for Education
Colorado State University
Denver, Colorado

Contact:

Lori Dowd
Director of Professional Development
Denver Center for Education
Colorado State University
110 16th Street
Denver, Colorado 80202
E-mail: lhdowd@learn.colostate.edu
303-573-6316 (Voice)



June 3-8, 2002


5th Annual Short Course: Laboratory Methods in the Documentation, Analysis, and Interpretation of Human Remains from Forensic Contexts
Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute
Mercyhurst College
Erie, Pennsylvania

Contact:

Dr. Dennis Dirkmaat
Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute
Mercyhurst College
Erie, Pennsylvania  16546
E-mail: dirkmaat@mercyhurst.edu
Web site: http://mai.mercyhurst.edu
814-824-2105 (Voice)



June 10-11, 2002


Introduction to Bloodstain Pattern Interpretation Course
University of North Texas Police Academy
Denton, Texas

Contact:

Edward E. Hueske
Forensic Training Coordinator
UNT Police Academy
Denton, Texas  76203-0948
E-mail: xprtwit@aol.com
Web site: www.unt.edu/police
940-565-4988 (Voice)
940-369-8663 (Fax)



June 10-14, 2002


15th Southwest Symposium on Forensic Dentistry
University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Dental School
San Antonio, Texas

Sponsored by the Center for Education and Research in Forensics at UTHSCSA and the Office of the Bexar County Medical Examiner.

Contact:

UTHSCSA
Continuing Dental Education
Web site: http://smile.uthscsa.edu/CDE/SUMMER/SummerRegForm.html
210-567-3177 (Voice)


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June 10-15, 2002

Basic Forensic Anthropology Course
Denver Center for Education
Colorado State University
Denver, Colorado

Contact:

Lori Dowd
Director of Professional Development
Denver Center for Education
Colorado State University
110 16th Street
Denver, Colorado 80202
E-mail: lhdowd@learn.colostate.edu
303-573-6316 (Voice)

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June 10-21, 2002


2nd Annual Forensic Archaeology Field School: Advanced Methods in Forensic Archaeological Recovery
Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute
Mercyhurst College
Erie, Pennsylvania

Limited to 10-12 individuals.

Contact:

Dr. Dennis Dirkmaat
Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute
Mercyhurst College
Erie, Pennsylvania  16546
E-mail: dirkmaat@mercyhurst.edu
Web site: http://mai.mercyhurst.edu
814-824-2105 (Voice)



June 10-22, 2002


2nd Annual Forensic Archaeology Field School Training Program
Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute
Mercyhurst College
Erie, Pennsylvania

Contact:

Dr. Dennis Dirkmaat
Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute
Mercyhurst College
Erie, Pennsylvania  16546
E-mail: dirkmaat@mercyhurst.edu
Web site: http://mai.mercyhurst.edu
814-824-2105 (Voice)



June 11-13, 2002


Southeast Law Enforcement Training Seminar: Remember the Children
Crockett Theater
Lawrenceburg, Tennessee

Contact:

District Attorney Mike Bottoms or Paul Rosson
252 North Military, Suite 202
PO Box 459
Lawrenceburg, Tennessee  38464
Web site: www.co.lawrence.tn.us
931-766-1458 (Voice)



June 11-14, 2002


Printing Process Identification and Image Analysis for Forensic Document Examiners
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, New York

Through information-filled lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on exercises with conventional instrumentation and image analysis, participants will learn how to compare documents produced by traditional printing processes with fraudulent replicas produced by non-impact technologies. U.S. Secret Service Laboratory Director, Larry Stewart, leads a team of expert instructors.

Contact:

David Tontarski
Rochester Institute of Technology
67 Lomb Memorial Drive, CIMS 2000
Rochester, New York  14623
E-mail: dct1020@rit.edu
Web site: www.training.rit.edu/forensic.html
716-475-2759 (Voice)



June 17-22, 2002

Basic Forensic Pathology for Law Enforcement and Death Investigators Course
Denver Center for Education
Colorado State University
Denver, Colorado

Contact:

Lori Dowd
Director of Professional Development
Denver Center for Education
Colorado State University
110 16th Street
Denver, Colorado 80202
E-mail: lhdowd@learn.colostate.edu
303-573-6318 (Voice)
303-436-1695



June 18, 2002


Sexual Assault Evidence Recognition and Collection Course
University of North Texas Police Academy
Denton, Texas

Contact:

Edward E. Hueske
Forensic Training Coordinator
UNT Police Academy
Denton, Texas  76203-0948
E-mail: xprtwit@aol.com
Web site: www.unt.edu/police
940-565-4988 (Voice)
940-369-8663 (Fax)


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June 26-28, 2002

The Twin Towers Attack
Downtown Hampton Inn
New Orleans, Louisiana

Contacts:

Dr. Edward B. Waldrip
Southern Institute or Forensic Science
P.O. Box 15764
Hattiesburg, Mississippi 39404
E-mail: ewaldrip@hotmail.com
601-794-6765 (Voice)
601-794-6042 (Fax)

Anne Jakobs
Director of Conference Services
University of New Orleans
E-mail: confmc@uno.edu
504-280-6680 (Voice)
504-280-7317 (Fax)


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July 8-12, 2002

Smithsonian Center for Materials Research and Education: Polarized Light Microscopy - Fundamentals and Applications Course
Museum Support Center
Suitland, Maryland

Contact:

Francine Lewis
Smithsonian Institution
Museum Support Center
SCMRE, MRC-534
4210 Silver Hill Road
Suitland, Maryland 20746
301-238-3700, ext. 102 (Voice)


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July 25-27, 2002

Forensic Science Educational Conference

The Saigh Foundation awarded a $50,000 grant to the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) to provide 40 scholarships to middle and high school science teachers in the metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri, area. Information about the conference, including applications for 140 more middle and high school teachers from any state or country where there is AAFS affiliation to attend, will be posted on the Academy’s web site by January 31, 2002. This is an AAFS, Saigh Foundation, and Saint Louis University collaborative initiative.

Contact:

E-mail: jhurley@aafs.org
Web site: www.aafs.org


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July 29 - August 3, 2002

11th World Congress of Psychophysiology
Montreal Bonaventure Hilton Hotel
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Contact:

J. Helen Beuzeron-Mangina
Director, Department of Neuro-Psychophysiology
Neurophysiology Section
World Health Organization
Director of Memory Clinic
Douglas Hospital
McGill University
6875 LaSalle Boulevard
Montreal, Verdun, Quebec, Canada H4H 1R3
E-mail: beujoe@douglas.mcgill.ca
Web site: www.elsevier.com/homepage/sag/iop2002/comm.htm
1-514-761-6131, ext. 22626 (Voice)
1-514-762-3031 (Fax)


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August 4-10, 2002

International Association for Identification (IAI) Educational Conference
Riviera Hotel
Las Vegas, Nevada

Contact:

Candy Murray
Conference Coordinator
20601 Netherland Street
Orlando, Florida 32833
E-mail: conference@theiai.org
407-568-7436 (Voice)
407-568-7689 (Fax)


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August 8-10, 2002

4th Developmental Conference on Individual Events
Rice University
Houston, Texas

The conference seeks position papers and original research on any area of individual events. Proposals should be limited to one page and should include the name of presenter, title, possible panel title, and summary. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, public address, limited preparation, interpretation, tournament administration, travel, wellness, pedagogy, and program administration.

Initial deadline is February 1, 2002, after which formal registration will begin with a secondary call for papers to fill out panel offerings. The conference will conclude with a legislative session. Recommendations will be forwarded to all national forensic organizations.

Contact:

Dan West
Director of Forensics MS 530
Rice University
PO Box 1892
Houston, Texas 77251-1892
E-mail as an attachment to: danwest2001@yahoo.com
713-348-5128 (Voice)


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August 11-15, 2002

14th World Congress on Medical Law
Old Town of Maastricht, Netherlands

Contact:

Jan van Goyenkade
2002 Eurocongres Conference Management
1075 HP
Amsterdam, Netherlands
E-mail: medicallaw@eurocongres.com
Web site: www.eurocongres.com/medicallaw
31-20-673-7306 (Fax)



August 29-30, 2002


Parents Who Kill Their Children
Downtown Hampton Inn
New Orleans, Louisiana

Contacts:

Dr. Edward B. Waldrip
Southern Institute or Forensic Science
P.O. Box 15764
Hattiesburg, Mississippi 39404
E-mail: ewaldrip@hotmail.com
601-794-6765 (Voice)
601-794-6042 (Fax)

Anne Jakobs
Director of Conference Services
University of New Orleans
E-mail: confmc@uno.edu
504-280-6680 (Voice)
504-280-7317 (Fax)


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August 30 - September 2, 2002

5th International Conference on Forensic Statistics
Venice International University
Isola di San Servolvo
Venice, Italy

Contact:

E-mail: icfs5@eco.uniroma3.it
Web site: http://icfs5.eco.uniroma3.it/


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September 2-7, 2002

16th Meeting of the International Association of Forensic Sciences
Convention Centre Le Corum
Montpellier, France

English is the official language of the meeting.

Contact:

Societe Internationale de Congres et Services
337, rue de la Combe Caude
34090 Montpellier, France
E-mail: algcsi@mnet.fr
Web site: www.iafs2002.com
011-33-(0)4-67-63-53-40 (Voice)
011-33-(0)4-67-41-94-27 (Fax)

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September 11-14, 2002

10th Biennial Scientific Meeting of the International Association for Craniofacial Identification
University of Bari
Bari, Italy

Contact:

Giancarlo Di Vella
Section of Legal Medicine, University of Bari
Piazza G. Cesare, Policlinico, 70125
Bari, Italy
E-mail: IACI2002@hotmail.com
39- 080-5478299; 39-368-3140059 (Voice)
39-080-5478303; 39-080-5478249 (Fax)

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September 23, 2002


Bloodstain Evidence Institute
Union Hall
Corning, New York

Contact:

Herbert L. MacDonnell
Bloodstain Evidence Institute
PO Box 1111
Corning, New York  14830
E-mail: forensic@localnet.com
607-962-6581 (Voice)
607-936-6936 (Fax)



September 23-27, 2002

FBI Crime Laboratory Development Symposium
Washington University
Olin School of Business
Executive Management Program
Knight Center
St. Louis, Missouri

NOTE: Registration will be through the FBI Virtual Academy.

Contact:

Dr. Jane M. Homeyer
Unit Chief of Training
Laboratory Division
FBI Academy
Quantico, Virginia 22135-0001
E-mail: jhomeyer@fbiacademy.edu
703-632-4630 (Voice)
703-632-4657 (Fax)

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September 25 - October 3, 2002

National Association of Medical Examiners Annual Meeting
Harrah’s Shreveport Casino
Shreveport, Louisiana

Contact:

Mary Fran Ernst
Meeting Planner
National Association of Medical Examiners
1402 South Grand Boulevard, R512
St. Louis, Missouri 63104
E-mail: ernstmf@slu.edu
314-577-8299 (Voice)
314-268-5124 (Fax)

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October 1-4, 2002

5th International Symposium on Advances in Legal Medicine
Gifu University
Takayama, Japan

Contact:

Secretariat for Fifth ISALM
Plando Japan Inc.
E-mail: cf4m-nsmr@asahi-net.or.jp
Web site: www.gifu-u.ac.jp/~isalm5/index.html
81-6-6312-0462 (Fax)

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October 3-5, 2002


National Institute of Justice Annual Conference on Science and the Law
Miami, Florida

Contact:

Margaret Black
Director of Meetings and Conferences
Institute for Law and Justice
703-684-5300, ext. 116 (Voice)
703-739-5533 (Fax)



October 7-10, 2002


13th International Symposium on Human Identification
Pointe Hilton Tapitio Cliffs Resort
Phoenix, Arizona

Contact:

Mary Streveler
Meeting Coordinator
Promega Corporation
2800 Woods Hollow Rd.
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
E-mail: mstrevel@promega.com
Web site: www.promega.com/geneticsymp13/
608-298-4651 (Voice)
608-273-6455 (Fax)



October 7-11, 2002

Medicolegal Death Investigators’ Training Course
St. Louis, Missouri

Sponsored by the Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Division of Forensic and Environmental Pathology
St. Louis, Missouri

The course includes information from the National Guidelines for Death Investigation published by the National Institute of Justice. It prepares the investigator to do the following:

  • Conduct scientific, thorough, and systematic scene and telephonic investigations into deaths that by law are under the jurisdiction of the medicolegal office
  • Disseminate the investigative information to departmental forensic scientists to achieve a coordinated, efficient, and complete death inquiry

The course emphasizes the medical aspects of death investigation. It is not designed to be a homicide seminar.

Contact:

Mary Fran Ernst or Julie Howe
Division of Forensic Education
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
1402 South Grand Boulevard, R512
St. Louis, Missouri 63104
E-mail: wiedemja@slu.edu
Web site: http://medschool.slu.edu/mldi
314-268-5970 (Voice)
314-268-5695 (Fax)

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October 13-17, 2002


2002 Society of Forensic Toxicologists Incorporated Annual Meeting
Hyatt Regency
Dearborn, Michigan

Contact:

Brad Hepler  or  Dan Isenschmid
E-mail: bhepler@co.wayne.mi.us
E-mail: disensch@co.wayne.mi.us
Web site: www.soft-tox.org
313-833-2552 (Voice)
313-833-2557 (Voice)



October 14-18, 2002


Shooting Reconstruction Training Course
Gunsite Academy
Paulden, Arizona

Contact:

Lucien Haag
PO Box 5347
Carefree, Arizona  85377
Web site: www.forensicfirearms.com
480-488-4445 (Voice)



October 15-18, 2002


2nd Annual TWGFEX Symposium on Fire and Explosion Debris Analysis and Scene Investigation: House Fires to Homeland Security
Orlando, Florida

Sponsored by the National Center for Forensic Science and the Technical Working Group for Fire and Explosions.

Contact:

Dr. W. W. McGee
National Center for Forensic Science
PO Box 162367
University of Central Florida
Orlando, Florida  32816-2367
Web site: http://ncfs.ucf.edu
407-823-6469 (Voice)
407-823-3162 (Fax)



October 17-18, 2002


9th Sampling, On-site Analysis and Sample Preparation Conference and Courses
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Contact:

Barbara Sherman
409 Meade Drive
Coraopolis, Pennsylvania  15108-9616
E-mail: Hnpacs@aol.com
Web site: http://www.pacslabs.com
724-457-6576 (Voice)
800-367-2587 (Voice)



October 21-23, 2002

2002 Forensic Psychiatry Review Course of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Newport Beach Marriott Hotel and Tennis Club
Newport Beach, California

Contact:

AAPL
PO Box 30
Bloomfield, Connecticut 06002
E-mail: execoff@aapl.org
800-331-1389 (Voice)
860-286-0787 (Fax)

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October 24-27, 2002

2002 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Newport Beach Marriott Hotel and Tennis Club
Newport Beach, California

Contact:

AAPL
PO Box 30
Bloomfield, Connecticut 06002
E-mail: execoff@aapl.org
800-331-1389 (Voice)
860-286-0787 (Fax)


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November 7-8, 2002

Murder, Mutilation, and Dismemberment
Downtown Hampton Inn
New Orleans, Louisiana

Contacts:

Dr. Edward B. Waldrip
Southern Institute or Forensic Science
P.O. Box 15764
Hattiesburg, Mississippi 39404
E-mail: ewaldrip@hotmail.com
601-794-6765 (Voice)
601-794-6042 (Fax)

Anne Jakobs
Director of Conference Services
University of New Orleans
E-mail: confmc@uno.edu
504-280-6680 (Voice)
504-280-7317 (Fax)


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November 4-15, 2002

Extraction of DNA from Aged Skeletal Remains and Forensic Mitochondrial DNA Sequence Analysis Training Course
Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory
Rockville, Maryland

Contact:

Ted Anderson
Training and Education Coordinator
Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory
1413 Research Boulevard, Building 101
Rockville, Maryland  20850-3125
E-mail: AndersonT@afip.osd.mil
301-319-0240 (Voice)
301-295-5932 (Fax)


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December 9-13, 2002

Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Workshop
Metropolitan Police Institute
Miami, Florida

Contact:

Toby L. Wolson
Miami-Dade Police Department
Crime Laboratory Bureau
9105 Northwest 25th Street
Miami, Florida 33172
E-mail: twolson@mdpd.com
305-471-3041 (Voice)
305-471-3350 (Fax)


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January 9-10, 2003

Sexual Sadism
Downtown Hampton Inn
New Orleans, Louisiana

Contacts:

Dr. Edward B. Waldrip
Southern Institute or Forensic Science
P.O. Box 15764
Hattiesburg, Mississippi 39404
E-mail: ewaldrip@hotmail.com
601-794-6765 (Voice)
601-794-6042 (Fax)

Anne Jakobs
Director of Conference Services
University of New Orleans
E-mail: confmc@uno.edu
504-280-6680 (Voice)
504-280-7317 (Fax)

 

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