15th International Symposium on Human Identification Oral Presentations

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Author Title
Mark Batzer Multiplex PCR for Rapid Quantitation of Human Nuclear and Mitochondrial DNA
Bruce Budowle Interpreting Y-STR Evidence    
John Butler Can the Validation Process in Forensic DNA Typing be Standardized?
Thomas Callaghan Update on the FBI's CODIS Program
Peter de Knijff Presenting Y-Chromosome DNA Evidence in Court
Jerome Ferrance Development of a Micro-Chip Based Sample Processing System for Genomic Analysis
Laura Flanagan A New Approach to Differential Extraction
Patricia Foley The Use of Reference DNA Samples to Establish DNA Identification Confirmation and Re-Association of Combat Casualties During Operation Iraqi Freedom and Beyond
Roger Frappier Validation and Optimization of a Robotic System Used to Fully Automate Forensic DNA Extraction, Quantification, DNA Normalization and STR Amplification Analysis
Paolo Garafano High Throughput DNA Isolation and STR Analysis for Animal Identification
Zach Gaskin DNA Witness
Carsten Hohoff Emerging Trends in Forensic Molecular Genetics
Mitchell Holland Appointed Experts and Their Demands to be Present in the Laboratory During the Analysis of DNA Evidence
Trevor Howitt Maximising the Value of DNA Evidence Through a Service Approach
Jack Laird Business Process Re-Engineering in a Forensic Biology Laboratory
Marc Lett Integration of Best Practices for Criminal Offender Databases
Jason Liu Integrated Microsystem for Forensic DNA Fingerprinting
Stephen Morse The Role of Nucleic Acid-Based Assays in the Public Health Response to Bioterrorism and Emerging Infectious Diseases
Julio Mulero Developmental Validation of a Y-STR Multiplex
Antonel Olckers Evidence Screening in the South African Context: A Laboratory and Expert Witness Perspective
James Schumm New DNA Extraction Methods for Casework Evidence
Amanda Sozer Automation of Buccal Swab Processing
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