29th International Symposium on Human Identification Oral Presentations

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Author Title
Hessel The Golden Age of Genomics
Hares CODIS and NDIS Update
Hunt Department of Justice Quality Assurance Measures for Testimony and Reports Involving Forensic DNA Analysis
Butler DNA Mixture Interpretation Principles: Insights from the NIST Scientific Foundation Review
Hampikian Probabilistic Genotyping: Undoing Wrongful Convictions
Dingle DNA and the End of Privacy—Could it Protect the Rights of the Child?
Moore The Promise and Challenges of Genetic Genealogy: Select Case Studies
Panel Discussion Law Enforcement Genealogical Searching: A Legitimate Crime Solving Tool or An Unauthorized Intrusion into a Family’s Genetic Privacy
Stevenson Beyond the Validation: Finding the Balance of QA Requirements and Understanding the Data Prior to Implementation into Casework
Simon Use of Promega’s Casework Direct Extraction Kit as a Y-Screening Tool and for the Rapid Processing of Touch DNA Samples
Janetsky Flint Town: Prosecuting Cold Case Sex Crimes in a Murder Town
Valentine and Miles DNA Analysis Findings from 4,038 Sexual Assault Kits: Using Data to Inform Practice
Augsback Direct to DNA: A Forensic Casework Approach
Brocato Preparing for a Successful Booking Station Implementation of the NDIS-Approved ANDE™ Rapid DNA Identification System
Romsos Results of the 2018 Rapid DNA Maturity Assessment and Earlier Studies
Katsanis and Wagner Family Ties and DNA at the Border: Untangling Misconceptions
Fitzpatrick and Press Will the Real Joseph Newton Chandler III Please Stand Up? Genetic Genealogy Succeeds When All Else Fails
Kneeland East Area Rapist—Long Term Cold Case Investigation Series
Gamblin Mimicking Transfer and Persistence of Trace DNA
Jeanguenat Balancing Effort and Ease—A Forensic Scientist Perspective on Integrating Bias-Reducing Steps in Forensic DNA Testing
Guo Massively Parallel Sequencing of Forensic Markers on the MiSeq FGx Forensic Genomics System
Churchill Validation of a Massively Parallel Sequencing Workflow for Mitochondrial DNA Analysis at the UNTHSC Center for Human Identification for Missing Persons and Traditional Casework Analyses
Marshall Modernizing DNA-Assisted Identification of Missing U.S. Service Members with NGS Technologies
Elwick Using the Ion S5™ and MiSeq FGx™ Systems to Identify Challenging Human Remains
Baker Optimization and Validation of the Promega PowerSeq™ CRM Nested System for Forensic Mitochondrial DNA Analysis Applications
Parson Development of Basic Tools to Predict Appearance, Ancestry and Age Using Massively Parallel Sequencing (VISAGE)

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