NIJ sponsored forensic research at AAFS 2017 in NOLA

Quite alot of this free (registration needed at RTI) February 14th meeting appears quite interesting. How’s this: “The Taphonomy of Human Hair” or “Forensic DNA Phenotyping of Quantitative Pigment in Human Physical Appearance Prediction”?

It appears that the latest research from the bitemark bunch (ABFO.org) didn’t make the cut. To be honest, I don’t expect any since the NIJ announced no plans to continue funding them a few years ago after this debacle.

RTI Agenda

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Dr. Michael Bowers is a long time forensic consultant in the US and international court systems.
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