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International Symposium on Human Identification Conference Proceedings

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Topics Covered

  • Data Analysis Systems
  • New STR Systems
  • Next Generation Sequencing
  • New STR Systems and Loci
  • Next Generation Sequencing
  • Post Conviction DNA Testing
  • Forensic DNA Phenotyping
  • Proposed Changes to CODIS Loci
  • Body Fluid Identification
  • Familial searching
  • Emerging technologies
  • Expert systems
  • Next-generation sequencing
  • European DNA data exchange
  • New DNA technologies
  • DNA policy updates
  • Data management
  • Expert system software
  • Automation of DNA analysis
  • Real-time quantitation of human and male DNA
  • Statistical interpretation of familial searches and Y-STR haplotypes
  • Innocence projects
  • Victim identification from mass disasters
  • Best laboratory practices
  • Advances in DNA Technology
  • Management of All-Felons Programs
  • Updates on DNA Legislation and Funding
  • New advances in DNA technology
  • Expert systems
  • Laboratory Information Management Systems
  • Evidence Screening
  • Applications for DNA technologies
  • Legal issues
  • Y-STRs
  • Novel applications for DNA technologies
  • High throughput analysis and methods for increasing lab efficiency
  • Bio-terrorism and anti-terrorism efforts
  • Legislative and legal updates
  • Robotic Extraction of DNA from Samples
  • Body Fluid Identification
  • Microchip System for DNA Forensics
  • Forensic Molecular Botany
  • STR Developments
  • Mitochondrial DNA
  • Legal Issues
  • Legislative Updates
  • Admissibility of STR evidence
  • DAB update
  • The Innocence Project
  • Casework reports
  • New technologies
  • DNA Databases
  • Mixture interpretation
  • Mitochondrial DNA typing
  • Use of mass spectrometry in DNA analysis
  • Reports on DNA typing in Europe
  • The Eighth International Symposium on Human Identification: 1997
  • High throughput STR megaplexing
  • The presentation of STR data in court
  • A CODIS program overview
  • New technologies
  • Statistical methods in DNA typing
  • The Seventh International Symposium on Human Identification: 1996
  • NRC Report
  • 1996 NAS Report
  • New technologies
  • Population studies and databases
  • Casework experience
  • High throughput STR multiplexing
  • First European Symposium on Human Identification: 1996
  • High throughput automated DNA analysis
  • Combined DNA Index System (CODIS)
  • New technologies
  • Validation studies
  • Statistical analysis in DNA typing
  • Mitochondrial DNA analysis
  • The Sixth International Symposium on Human Identification: 1995
  • High throughput STR multiplexing
  • New technologies
  • Mitochondrial DNA analysis
  • People vs Simpson Trial
  • DNA databanking
  • The Fifth International Symposium on Human Identification: 1994
  • Application of STR technology to identity testing
  • Large scale databasing efforts
  • Validation and standardization of methods
  • High throughput automated testing procedures
  • Legal admissibility of DNA typing evidence a focused forum which addressed current issues of DNA typing
  • The Fourth International Symposium on Human Identification: 1993
  • Human population genetics
  • Novel approaches to human identity
  • Legal aspects of DNA typing
  • Non-human applications of DNA typing
  • The Third International Symposium on Human Identification: 1992
  • Legal admissibility of DNA typing evidence
  • Data sharing
  • Standardization of methods
  • Application of new technologies to identity testing
  • The Second International Symposium on Human Identification: 1991
  • New technologies
  • Proficiency testing
  • Intralaboratory databases
  • Legal admissibility of DNA typing evidence

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