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 ( 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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