Media Advisory: 21st International Symposium on Human Identification Features Next...
Media Advisory: 21st International Symposium on Human Identification Features Next Generation DNA Analysis
MADISON, WISCONSIN (August 12, 2010)
21st International Symposium on Human Identification
Madison, WI – Attracting DNA Analysts from around the world, the 21st International Symposium on Human Identification features:
- Panel discussion on familial testing as used in the Grim Sleeper case
- DNA testing in the field – "Lab on a chip"
- Probable cause of death for King Tut as revealed by testing ancient DNA
In addition, author Ann Rule who wrote A Stranger Beside Me will deliver the keynote "How I Became a Crime Writer".
As always, the popular "Interesting Cases" session will spotlight some of the more unusual cases that benefited from DNA analysis.
This is the only conference focused exclusively on DNA analysis and attracts forensic scientists from more than 30 countries.
For more information visit http://www.ishi.crowdvine.com/
Ann Rule (author)
Carsten Pusch (King Tut case)
Peter Smerick (James Mitchell DeBardeleben case)
JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort and Spa
23808 Resort Parkway
San Antonio, TX 78261 USA
October 11-14, 2010
Penny Patterson, Corporate Affairs Director
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