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CFS Team at AAFS

By uceeanc, on 18 February 2014

The annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences is currently underway in Seattle. Dr Morgan will be in attendance, accompanied by a group of CFS doctoral students who will be presenting their research.

Helen Earwaker will be presenting her poster titled “Fingermark Submission Decision Making Within a United Kingdom Fingerprint Laboratory: Do Experts Get What They Need?”
Criminalistics Poster Session [Wednesday]

Georgia McCulloch’s presentation is entitled “Is High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) a Useful Addition to Current Geo-Forensic Analytical Techniques?”
Criminalistics Session II [Thursday 1:30pm]

Michaela Regan will be presenting her poster, titled “A Study to Determine the Use of Gunshot Residue Upon Clothing as an Item of Evidence”
General Poster Session [Wednesday]

Sherry Nakhaeizadeh will be giving a presentation on “Cognitive Bias in Forensic Anthropology: Visual Assessments of Skeletal Remains Are Susceptible to Confirmation Bias”
Physical Anthropology [Friday 12:00pm]

Dagmar Heinrich’s presentation is entitled “A “Realistic” Study of Sharp Force Trauma Recognition in Burned Remains: The Forensic Implications”
Physical Anthropology [Saturday 12:15]