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  • Centro Regionale Antidoping e di Tossicologia “A. Bertinaria” Regione Gonzole 10/1, 10043 Orbassano (TO) - ITALY.
  •  Wednesday, December 10, 2014 – Friday, December 12, 2014


Promega will be sponsor of the Course: "DNA analysis and interpretation in complex cases: Present and future challenges in forensic sciences"

This three day course has been organized in partnership with the Italian Academy of Forensic Sciences on December 10-12, 2014 at the CAD Forensic Biology Lab located inside San Luigi Hospital Area in Orbassano (Turin) focuses on the entire work flow when facing complex cases including laboratory performance, validation studies and final data interpretation approach. Each topic will be adressed showing real possible situations which may occur giving the opportunity to attendants to bring their own cases. Last but not least new technologies and their forensic applications will be shown giving an overview on the future of forensic genetics and how NGS, virtual autopsy and DNA repair will solve most of problems affecting complex cases such as LT DNA and mixtures.
The course will be held by Professor Bruce Budowle, PhD, Executive Director of Health Science Center, University of North Texas, Institute of Applied Genetics.

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