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MondayAugust 21, 2017

  • 09:00 - 16:00

    WS01: Behind Crimes in the Home: Family Violence Workshop

    Location: Training Room W2-201, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Dr. Angela Williams (Organizer, Leader), Senior Clinical Forensic Physician, VIFM, Dr. John Gall, University of Melbourne
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 18
    Violence in the home is a major public health issue affecting many women and their children, families and men worldwide. This intensive workshop is an introduction to the forensic aspects of family violence and will be delivered by a forensic specialist and expert in clinical forensic medicine. This intensive workshop will provide delegates with the skills to recognize assess and respond to family violence issues. At the end of the intensive workshop, delegates will have:
    1. A deeper understanding of the problem as a major public health issue
    2. Increased confidence in recognising and responding to family violence in practice
    3. An overview of the impacts family violence has on women, children, men and families
    4. Skills in consulting with victims of violence and identifying potential risk factors
    5. Improved skills in identifying, documenting and interpreting injuries
    6. Understanding of the principles of evidence collection and where evidence could be collected in these cases
    7. Experience writing medicolegal reports and providing evidence to court
    8. Be able to recognise and respond to child abuse and abuse of the elderly
    9. An awareness of the dilemmas, limitations and therefore opportunities to improve clinical forensic medical services to victims of interpersonal violence.
    The forensic community will benefit from receiving up-to-date international information regarding a highly important and contemporary topic.  There is an opportunity through awareness and education to improve the evidence collection, and provision of evidence to the courtroom and to design better services with future cases in mind.
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS02: 3D Forensic Art in Death Investigation

    Location: 2nd floor Boardroom W2-202, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Duncan Way (Organizer/Leader), Identification Constable, Ontario Provincial Police
    • Lecture/Practical Demonstration combination
    • Maximum number of delegates: 18
    This workshop will demonstrate the value of Forensic Art in Criminal Death Investigation, Cold Cases, and Unidentified Remains. This workshop will provide an understanding of services provided by forensic art, expected outcomes and their value to the Forensic Community. This workshop will elaborate on the disciplines of Forensic art, with a focus on the 3D Reconstruction, through presentation/lecture, case study and demonstrative examples/process.
  • 09:00 - 16:00

    WS03: Getting More from your Forensic Lab through Technology and Collaboration

    Location: Training Room W1-221A, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Eamonn McGee (Organizer/Leader), Christine McCarthy, Aleksandra Stryjnik, Jonathan Millman, all are staff of the Centre of Forensic Sciences
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    There is increasing demand from clients of forensic labs to provide on-site testing and expertise at crime scenes, CBRNE scenes and clandestine drug and explosives labs. The availability of user-friendly test kits and portable instruments make it possible for law enforcement agencies to do their own testing, if labs are not willing or are unable to provide these services. Forensic managers and practitioners will learn about current models and best practices of peer laboratories around the world that are providing on-site DNA, drugs, explosives and CBRN services to their clients. They will be made aware of emerging technologies that may be used to transition forensic services from the laboratory to the scene. Presenters for this workshop will be drawn from the forensic, law enforcement, military, judicial and private sectors. They will be current practitioners with specialized knowledge and experience. These experts will address on-site testing that can assist an investigation in real time with subsequent testing in the forensic lab; the practical considerations of generating lab quality data in the field and whether scientific or law enforcement personnel are best suited to carry out the testing.  
    Presenter Presenter/Organization Presentation
    Christine McCarthy Christine McCarthy Centre of Forensic Sciences 9:15am. ‘The Future of Forensic Services’    
    Jeanet Hendrikse Jeanet Hendrikse Netherlands Forensic Institute 9:45am. ‘Remote Forensics – Connecting the Lab to the Scene’  
    Johnathan Millman Johnathan Millman Centre of Forensic Sciences   10:45. ‘On-site Forensic Analysis in Biology’    
    Eamonn McGee and S. Sgt. Jeff Cooper Eamonn McGee Centre of Forensic Sciences   S. Sgt. Jeff Cooper Ontario Provincial Police 11:45am. ‘A Partnership Between a Forensic Lab and a CBRNE Response Team’  
    OPP UCRT (CBRNE Response Team) OPP UCRT Members Ontario Provincial Police   1:00pm. ‘Demonstration of teams portable instruments and equipment’  
      Asst. Deputy Chief, Stephen Miller   Chris Weber   Jeanet Hendrikse   Sgt. Steve Baker   Eamonn McGee   Assistant Deputy Chief Stephen Miller Hamilton Fire Department   Chris Weber Smiths Detection CBRNE   Jeanet Hendrikse Netherlands Forensic Institute   Sgt. Steve Baker Ontario Provincial Police CBRNE   Eamonn McGee Centre of Forensic Sciences, Ontario         2:15pm. Panel discussion on field testing; stakeholders perspectives
         
    Support    
    Robert Hong-You Robert Hong-You Centre of Forensic Sciences  
    Stuart Sagara Stuart Sagara Centre of Forensic Sciences  
       
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS04: Inter-Professional Collaboration for the Investigation of Sudden Cardiac Death

    Location: Training Room W1-221B, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Dr. Joaquin Lucena (Organizer/Leader), Chief Forensic Pathologist, Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences (Seville, Spain), Dr. Kristopher Cunningham, Cardiovascular Pathologist, OFPS, Dr. Stephen D. Cohle, Chief Medical Examiner, Kent County, Michigan, Dr. Pia Baumann, Institute of Legal Medicine (Lausanne)
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    Any sudden, unexpected or unexplained death, mainly in the young, is a main reason for a medico-legal investigation in most countries of the world. The underlying cause of sudden death is most frequently cardiovascular, with coronary atherosclerotic disease as the leading cause of death in victims over 35 years of age, whereas with those who are younger than 35, the leading cause is sudden unexplained death. Progress made in the fields of molecular biology and human genetics have identified the genetic origin of many cardiac diseases, which can lead to both, structural (e.g. HCM, ARVC/D) and arrhythmogenic abnormalities (e.g. LQT syndrome, Brugada syndrome) and result in SCD. Autopsy-negative SCD are most often thought to be the consequence of sudden arrhythmic death syndrome, and molecular autopsy is recommended in these instances. The aim of this workshop, eminently practical, is to update the knowledge in sudden unexpected death related to cardiovascular pathology and to improve the skills in the diagnosis and approach of SCD in the setting of forensic medicine and pathology. After attending this presentation, delegates will learn:
    1. The practical approach of the medico-legal investigation of a SCD
    2. The use of modern technologies introduced recently in the evaluation of SCD cases, i.e. postmortem genetic testing (also called molecular autopsy), and postmortem radiological examination by CT, CT-angiography and MRI
    3. Some practical cases of SCD related to medical liability
    Delegates will know about their possibilities and limitations and about the new role of forensic pathologists considering the genetic origin of pathologies resulting in SCD.
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS05: Forensic Imaging Workshop

    Location: *New* Large Boardroom, 2nd floor, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Dr. Michael Pickup (Organizer/Leader), Forensic Pathologist, OFPS, Chris O’Donnell, VIFM
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    This ½ day workshop will be led by Drs. Chris O’Donnell (VIFM) and Dr. Michael Pickup (OFPS). Postmortem radiology is increasingly becoming an international standard in modern death investigation practice. The workshop will be highlighting the use of cross-sectional imaging (CT and MRI) in the investigation of death and how this non-invasive method is being leveraged as an adjunct to, and in some cases, a replacement for, classical dissection to improve efficiency and reviewability in two of the largest death investigation jurisdictions in the world. Using a case-based approach to highlight critical examination of postmortem imaging studies, attendees will gain an appreciation for common radiologic diagnoses in the context of sudden death, applications to anthropologic analyses, limitations of postmortem imaging and common interpretive errors, postmortem artefacts, and indications for advanced imaging techniques such as CT angiography and MRI.
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS06: Humanitarian and Human Rights Applications of Forensic Science

    Location: Training Room W1-221D, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Dr. Douglas H. Ubelaker (Organizer, Leader), Forensic Anthropologist, Smithsonian Institute, Luis Fondebrider, Forensic Anthropologist, Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    This workshop will familiarize delegates with both humanitarian and human rights applications of modern forensic science.  Details regarding the new Humanitarian and Human Rights Resource Center of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and its sponsored projects will be presented. This workshop will also raise awareness of the nature of forensic applications in this global arena. The community will learn how to become involved and what resources are available.
  • 09:00 - 16:00

    WS07: Forensic Botanical Evidence and Death Investigations

    Location: Training Room W1-238, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Dr. Gerard Courtin (Organizer, Leader), Forensic Botanist, Professor Emeritus, Laurentian University, Dr. Scott I. Fairgrieve, Professor, Forensic Anthropologist, Laurentian University
    • Combination of Practical Demonstration and Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 24
    To provide delegates with a perspective on a branch of forensic science that is an under-appreciated or under-utilized resource.  The natural tendency for the investigating team to focus on the body can lead to the loss of evidence associated with the immediate surroundings.  It is clearly understood that whereas the actual analysis and interpretation is the purview of the specialist, investigators may be able to gather evidence otherwise overlooked by having an appreciation for the plants and their environment that form part of the scene. Evidence can range from individual cells (e.g., Pollen), to plant parts, to entire organisms and the soil in which they grow.  Furthermore, the entire environment of the scene under investigation may have relevance. The workshop is designed to familiarize both forensic specialists and law enforcement agencies to a form of trace evidence that is commonly overlooked and to emphasize the role that plant material and soils both in respect to long-term PMI and linkages such as: perpetrator and victim, persons and vehicles, and secondary to primary scenes in the case of a body having been moved.  Plant and soil require special treatment for seizure and preservation for future examination in the laboratory or as evidence to be presented in court.
  • 09:00 - 16:00

    WS08: Novel Psychoactive Substances: Don't Try This at Home Workshop

    Location: Small Courtnroom, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Marc R. Pelletier (Organizer, Leader), Assistant Section Head- Toxicology Centre of Forensic Sciences, Dimitri Gerostamoulos, Head- Forensic Sciences & Chief Toxicologist, Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine, Simon Elliott, Consultant Forensic Sciences & Chief Toxicologist, ROAR Forensics, Chad Maheux, Forensic Chemist, Canada Border Services Agency
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 45
    The high potential for toxicity and the wide-spread availability of NPSs has overwhelmed the capacity of forensic laboratories to keep pace with developing new methods for their detection. Additionally, scant literature exists describing their mechanism of action and concentrations associated with serious toxicity. The significant social, legal, and analytical issues associated with synthetic cathinones (bath salts) and synthetic cannabinoids (Spice, K2) have been widely experienced in the forensic community; however, the worst might yet be to come with the proliferation and availability of synthetic opioids. The emphasis of this workshop will be to increase awareness of forensic practitioners of the deadly potential of synthetic opioids. The educational objective of this workshop is to introduce forensic practitioners and other stakeholders, e.g., law enforcement, medical examiners, to these new deadly compounds and to share strategies to best assist in death investigations where use of NPSs is suspected. Tentative Schedule:
    9:00  – 10:30   Dimitri Gerostamoulos
    10:30  -  12:00   Simon Elliott
    LUNCH
    13:00  – 14:00   Chad Maheux  
    14:00  – 14:45   Teri Martin
    BREAK  
    15:00  – 15:45   Matthew Gibb  
    15:45  – 16:00     Panel with all speakers
  • 09:00 - 16:00

    WS09: Global History of Forensic Medicine

    Location: Training Room W1-240, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Dr. Jeffrey Jentzen, University of Michigan, Department of Pathology (Organizer, Leader), Ian Burney, University of Manchester, Christopher Handlin, University of Notre Dame, Matthew Sommer, Stanford University, Katherine Watson, Brookes University, UK, Vicki E. Daniel, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dan Asen, Rutgers University-Newark
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    This workshop will impact the forensic science community by illustrating the seminal events in the history of forensic science.  It will enhance critical thinking across a broad area of forensic science including questioned documents, forensic psychiatry, criminalistics, forensic medicine, judicial practices, disaster management, blood spatter interpretation, forensic toxicology and political interventions into forensic practices.  It will enhance the delegate’s appreciation and awareness of the foundations of forensic medicine and science.
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS10: Identifying Missing Migrants: The National Institute of Justice's Interdisciplinary Working Group and Missing Persons Program

    Location: Training Room W1-241, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Charles Heurich (Organizer/Leader), Senior Physical Scientist, National Institute of Justice, Dr. Lori Baker, Forensic Anthropologist, Baylor University, Lance Gima, Chief (retired), Bureau of Forensic Services, California Department of Justice, Dr. Bruce Anderson, Forensic Anthropologist, Pima County Medical Examiner's Office
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    The objective of this workshop is to inform the community of the collaborative efforts of the National Institute of Justice and other government and non-governmental agencies with regard to the identification of missing migrants in the U.S. as well as Americans missing in the countries bordering the U.S. These efforts may serve as a model to other countries trying to address this issue. NIJ will also present on their National Missing and Unidentified Persons System known as NamUs. The impact on the forensic science community will be in showing them how various agencies can work together collaboratively and use a variety of forensic and investigative disciplines to address the issue of missing persons or those unidentified. The emphasis will be on the more difficult cases where verification of one’s identity cannot be completed by a single country, where people may have traveled long distances, and with little or no notice to friends and family.
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS11: Expert Witness Workshop

    Location: Coroners Courts (Large Courtroom), Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    John Rosen, Rosen & Company Barristers (Organizer, Leader), Dr. Toby Rose, Deputy Chief Forensic Pathologist, Ann Morgan, Deputy Director of Crown Operations, Ministry of the Attorney General
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 70
    In a courtroom setting, the Expert Witness workshop will provide an insight on the most effective practices for interacting with expert witnesses, making best use of their testimony, and effectively translating their testimony to a jury.
  • 09:00 - 16:00

    WS12: Logical Framework Approach and Signature Examination: What for?

    Location: Training Room W1-239, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Liv Cadola (Organizer/Leader), PhD candidate, School of Criminal Justice, University of Lausanne, Tobin Tanaka, Forensic Document Examiner, Canada Border Services Agency, Linton A. Mohammed, Forensic Science Consultants Inc. Burlingame, USA.
    • Lecture/Practical Demonstration combination
    • Maximum number of delegates: 20
    The objective of this workshop is to present to document examiners a probabilistic approach to the evaluation of findings. At the end of the workshop, delegates should be able to apply a likelihood ratio approach to the interpretation of findings in their casework as well as be able to present their findings in court and in their report in a transparent way, and avoiding the pitfalls of interpretation. Recent years have seen various publications arguing that the Likelihood Ratio is a logical and optimal approach to interpret and evaluate forensic findings. However, there is still a great deal of unknowns, fears and critics surrounding the implementation of such an approach in practical casework as well as on its suitability when the evidence is presented in court. This workshop aims to explain and hopefully demystify how this approach could be applied to a domain where hard (statistical) data is not available, but examiners still reach informed opinions based on their training and expertise.
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS13: Forensic Histopathology

    Location: Multi-headed Microscope Room (FSCC), Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Christopher Milroy (Organizer/Leader), Forensic Pathologist, Ottawa Forensic Pathology Unit (Director), The Ottawa Hospital
    • Practical Demonstration and Lecture
    • Limited Space: Maximum number of participants is 13 delegates
    This workshop will be conducted by Dr Milroy. It will involve teaching on forensic histology of interesting and controversial questions at a multi-headed microscope. Places will be limited.
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS14: Medicolegal Autopsy Techniques

    Location: Autopsy Teaching Suite (FSCC), Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Michael Pollanen (Organizer/Leader), Chief Forensic Pathologist, OFPS, President, International Association of Forensic Sciences
    • Practical Demonstration
    • Maximum number of delegates: 10
    • This workshop is also offered on Monday from 13:00 – 16:00; Tuesday from 09:00 – 12:00 and Tuesday from 13:00 – 15:00
    • Please note that this workshop is only open to delegates from Low-Middle Income Countries
    At this workshop, delegates will learn how to conduct the basic dissections required in a medicolegal autopsy. The workshop will be conducted in the FSCC autopsy room and take the form of practical instruction. The specific basic techniques that will be taught include: sampling for physical evidence, swabbing, opening the body, evisceration, organ dissection, and bloodless layered dissection of the anterior neck. If time permits, the removal of vertebral arteries will also be demonstrated.
  • 13:00 - 15:00

    WS15: Dental Age Assessment in Adults

    Location: W1-221B, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Professor Hrvoje Brkic (Organizer/Leader), School of Dental Medicine, University of Zagreb
    • Lecture and Practical Demonstration
    • 25 participants
    Dental age assessment is an established method used in clinical practice, forensic procedures and in the paleo-anthropological research for estimating the age of a deceased person at the time of death. This workshop should be of great interest to Forensic Odontologists, Clinical Odontologists, Forensic Anthropologists, and Archaeologists. Dental age assessment is an established method used in clinical practice, forensic procedures and in the paleo-anthropological research for estimating the age of a deceased person at the time of death. Recent methods of dental age estimation in humans start as early as the time of embryo development and last for as long as there is a single tooth left in the mouth. For children the atlas techniques when comparing the development phase and the phase of erupting are used. As opposed to adults, where the tooth has ended his race and it is much more difficult to determine the dental age. In these cases person's lifetime changes on dental tissues are very useful for determining their dental age. During the workshop, each delegate will get familiar with several different methods for dental age assessment in adults by Gustafson, Johanson, Bang & Ramm, Kvaal, Solheim, and Cameriere.
  • 13:00 - 16:00

    WS16: Streamlined Collection and Processing of Biological Evidence in Sexual Assaults and Sexual Assault Homicides

    Location: Training Room W1-221C, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Jonathan Millman (Organizer/Leader), Dr. Maja Popovic, Forensic Biologist, Centre of Forensic Sciences, Dr. John Fernandes, Forensic Pathologist, Hamilton Health Sciences, Sheila Macdonald, Women’s College Hospital (Toronto)
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    Sexual assault investigations contribute significantly to the workload of many forensic biology laboratories.  Many jurisdictions have struggled with the burden of this workload, leading to large backlogs in the processing of sexual assault evidence kits (SAEKs).  This workshop will explore approaches that laboratories and practitioners have employed to improve the collection of SAEK samples, streamline their processing and improve the results obtained.  It will also promote a standardized collection of samples and documentation in the post mortem case with various options to maximize the quality of collection of evidence, ensure appropriate documentation of injuries and post mortem management. Forensic practitioners from the province of Ontario have been leaders in this field, introducing standardized and novel approaches that have improved patient care, significantly reduced turnaround times for SAEK sample processing while improving the sensitivity of analysis and reducing costs.  Ontario has also been working to improve and standardize the collection of samples at autopsies of suspected sexual assault-homicide victims. The interdisciplinary faculty will include sexual assault nurse practitioners, forensic pathologists and forensic scientists.  Contributions will also be sought from practitioners in other jurisdictions with novel approaches to address sexual assault investigations and sample processing.
  • 13:00 - 16:00

    WS17: Classifying By What Means (BWM) Death Occurred: Common Dilemmas

    Location: Training Room W1-221D, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Dr. Jayantha Herath (Organizer/Leader), Medical Director, OFPS, Dr. David Eden, Regional Supervising Coroner-Inquests, Office of the Chief Coroner, Dr. Kris Cunningham, Cardiovascular Pathologist, OFPS
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    Delegates will learn about opportunities for improving classification of By What Means (BWM), by discussion of:
    1. The essential principles of the five BWM classifications used in most North American medicolegal jurisdictions, and many other countries: Natural, Accident, Suicide, Homicide and Undetermined.
    2. The difficulties inherent in classifying the diverse and complex cases we investigate.
    3. Developing best practices for classification, to provide the most consistent, reproducible, meaningful and useful results.
    4. Case examples.
    Classification of BWM is one of the most important duties of the death investigator. Findings are often contentious, and are important both in individual cases such as a family’s response to a finding of suicide, and in the aggregate, for example, designing prevention programs for accidental deaths. This workshop is intended to stimulate discussion about how we currently classify deaths, and how jurisdictions can work internally and with each other in order to improve the consistency and comparability of BWM classification.
  • 13:00 - 16:00

    WS18: Crossing Data on Missing Migrants and Unidentified Remains across the Central American-Mexico-U.S. Border

    Location: Training Room W1-241, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Mercedes Doretti, Equipo Argentino de Antropología Forense (EAAF), Argentina, Kate Spradley, Texas State University San Marcos, Forensic Anthropology Center at Texas State (FACTS), Texas USA, Chelsea Halstead, Colibrí Center for Human Rights (CCHR), Arizona USA, Eduardo Canales, South Texas Human Rights Center (STHRC), Texas USA, Candice Hansmeyer, University of the Witwatersrand Department of Forensic Medicine & Pathology, South Africa, Giorgia Mirto, Human Costs of Border Control , Italy, Danilo DeAngelis, LABANOF, Italy
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    After attending this workshop, delegates will understand existing modalities to exchange genetic data among other forensic data, with the purpose of identifying missing migrants among the countries of the Central America-Mexico-US corridor. This workshop will also elaborate on strategies to improve and increase the identification of remains that correspond to migrants. The identification of missing migrants along a corridor involving multiple countries implies the need to share information amongst countries and national agencies. This workshop outlines the challenges posed by cases where unidentified remains are recovered in countries that differ from the usual missing migrant communities, and the current status of data exchange in the Central America-Mexico-US region, focusing on DNA data. This workshop will describe the challenges faced by such an undertaking and the possible ways to apply this model to other migrant corridors of the world, such as the Mediterranean and Africa. This workshop will impact the forensic science community by discussing current and potential collaborations in the exchange of cross-national forensic data, particularly genetic data. The aim being to significantly increase identifications, and also to show practices that may be useful in other migrant corridors across the globe.
  • 13:00 - 16:00

    WS19: Medicolegal Autopsy Techniques

    Location: Autopsy Teaching Suite (FSCC), Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Michael Pollanen (Organizer/Leader), Chief Forensic Pathologist, OFPS, President, International Association of Forensic Sciences
    • Practical Demonstration
    • Maximum number of delegates: 10
    • This workshop is also offered on Monday from 09:00 – 12:00; Tuesday from 09:00 – 12:00 and Tuesday from 13:00 – 15:00
    • Please note that this workshop is only open to delegates from Low-Middle Income Countries
    At this workshop, delegates will learn how to conduct the basic dissections required in a medicolegal autopsy. The workshop will be conducted in the FSCC autopsy room and take the form of practical instruction. The specific basic techniques that will be taught include: sampling for physical evidence, swabbing, opening the body, evisceration, organ dissection, and bloodless layered dissection of the anterior neck. If time permits, the removal of vertebral arteries will also be demonstrated.

TuesdayAugust 22, 2017

  • 09:00 - 15:00

    WS20: Achieving Accreditation: Managing the Process

    Location: 2nd floor Boardroom W2-201, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Mark Mogle (Organizer/Leader), International Criminal Investigative Assistance Program (ICITAP), U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Terry Mills, ICITAP, U.S. DOJ- Engility Corporation, Ted Smith, ICITAP, U.S. DOJ- Engility Corporation
    • Lecture
    As past work in forensic science has come under increasing scrutiny, the profession needs to demonstrate a commitment to providing reliable information to the criminal justice system.  A systematic feedback loop such as in the ISO quality management model is essential in a profession aiming for continuous improvement. Accreditation ensures that processes are scientifically sound through validation as well as provides a mechanism to find potential problems and take corrective action. This workshop will review ICITAP’s experience in assisting laboratories in the global forensic community through the accreditation process and highlight the challenges encountered in international settings.  Laboratory accreditation requires a significant investment of time and resources in Western countries.  A laboratory attempting to be the first in their country or region to become accredited faces an even more difficult endeavor.  Achieving international accreditation is a long process that requires development of a management planning, proper financial support, and administration of a rigorous quality assurance program. Additionally, scientists must understand the capabilities and limitations of their discipline to validate processes and develop reliable standard operating procedures. The presenters will review an approach to the accreditation process that has been successful in the international community.  To highlight the aspects of a successful program, the presentation will feature a review of ICITAP’s current efforts in Mexico under the Merida Initiative, a security cooperation agreement between the United States and Mexico.  ICITAP has already assisted a few Mexican forensic laboratories and crime scene units in Mexico become accredited under the ISO 17025 and 17020 standards.  ICITAP and the Department of State share a common goal of assisting all Mexican State laboratories meet the accreditation standards over the next several years.
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS21: Better Law Through Science: How Cooperation can Improve the Presentation of Forensic Evidence in Court

    Location: Large Coroner’s Court Courtroom, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    K. A. Fares Bannon (Organizer/Leader), Crown Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General, Glen Donald, Glen S. Donald Law, and Jonathan Newman, Deputy Director, Centre of Forensic Sciences
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 55
    As forensic science (especially DNA evidence) continues to play a larger role in criminal prosecutions, it becomes crucial for all parties to be familiar enough with the various technologies so that they can effectively participate in the presentation of that evidence. Defense counsels need access to scientists well in advance of trial so that they can consider testing or analyses that fit with their theory of the case. Prosecutors must be able to elicit testimony in chief that will assist the trier of fact in understanding highly technical evidence and applying it to the case. The objective of this workshop is to demonstrate how cooperation amongst forensic scientists, defense counsel and prosecutors will save time and money, will contribute to the best interests of the administration of justice and will further the ultimate objective of finding the truth. This workshop is designed to improve pre-trial communication between counsel (defense and prosecution) and expert witnesses with a view towards more efficient litigation. Forensic scientists will be provided with: strategies for establishing sharing of information protocols with justice sector partners; tools for communicating scientific information to lawyers, judges and police; and, tips for responding to differing regional litigation challenges.
  • 09:00 - 15:00

    WS22: Forensic Imaging & Virtopsy Workshop

    Location: Training Room W1-221A, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Michael Thali (Organizer/Leader), Professor, Institute of Forensic Medicine (Zurich), Silke Grabherr (Organizer/Leader), Professor, University Center of Legal Medicine, Lausanne-Geneva, Lorenzo Campana, Department of Forensic Imaging, University Center of Legal Medicine, Lausanne-Geneva, Wolf Schweitzer, Forensic Pathologist, Institute of Forensic Medicine (Zurich), Thomas D. Ruder, Forensic Radiologist, Institute of Forensic Medicine (Zurich), Lars Ebert, Institute of Forensic Medicine (Zurich), Pia Baumann, Department of Forensic Imaging, University Center of Legal Medicine, University of Lausanne, Kewin Ducrot, Department of Forensic Imaging, University Center of Legal Medicine, Lausanne-Geneva, Kirsten Busse, Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Bern
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    Forensic imaging is more and more widespread today, especially in Europe. Many different methods exist that all have their own strength and limitations. Virtopsy is a toolbox of modern and advanced scanning techniques that are used to significantly enhance conventional forensic autopsy procedures. They now contain post mortem computed tomography (PMCT), post mortem magnetic resonance imaging (PMMRI), post mortem angiography and optical surface capture. Today, different centres are starting to implement imaging techniques or are planning their introduction. In order to identify the technique of choice for a centre or a specific case, it is necessary to be familiar with the existing methods and with the formation of the personnel working with on them. Today, working groups and centers exist that allow training in forensic imaging and exchange of data and knowledge. It is therefore important for the scientific community to have an update about such information. During different lectures, detailed explanations will be given about the techniques that can be employed. But also specific medico-legal questions such as the age estimation of living persons will be treated in the lectures. During the presentations, the delegates will become familiar with the imaging toolbox, the Virtopsy® project and different trainings that are offered in for forensic pathologists, radiologists and radiographers. Additionally, the theoretical knowledge will be accompanied by practical instructions. The work on real radiological data and practical hands-on trainings for radiological image reading as well as a demonstration of 3D-surface scanning will help the delegates become familiar with the application of the techniques.   Detailed program:   Detailed program:
    Noon:
      09:00 – 09:05   Welcome (M.Thali, S. Grabherr)  
    09:05 – 09:30      Short Introduction to Virtopsy (M. Thali)  
    09:30 – 10:00       3-D imaging (L. Campana)  
    10:00 – 10:35       PMCT - Post mortem Computed Tomograhy (W. Schweitzer)
    10:35– 10:50          coffee break  
    10:50- 11:10         PMCT Angiography (S. Grabherr)  
    11:10 – 11:40        PMMR – post mortem magnetic resonance tomography (W. Schweitzer)  
    11:40 – 12:00         Radiological age estimation in living persons (P. Baumann)  
    Afternoon:
    01:00 – 01:20        The Forensic Radiographer (K. Ducrot)  
    01:20 – 01:40         Virtual 3D Holodeck and Advanced Visualization (L. Ebert)  
    01:40 – 3:00              Hands-on in groups: radiological case reading and 3D documentation
             
  • 09:00 - 15:00

    WS23: Humanitarian Forensic Action: An Emerging Field in Forensic Science

    Location: Training Room W1-221B, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Morris Tidball-Binz, Head of Forensic Services, International Committee of the Red Cross (Organizer, Leader), Dr. Douglas Ubelaker, Smithsonian Institute, Dr. Stephen Cordner, VIFM, Dr. Duarte Nuno Vieira, University of Coimbra
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    After attending this workshop, delegates will become familiar with the emerging field of forensic science applied to humanitarian forensic action worldwide, including relevant normative and practical considerations for investigations applied to the recovery, documentation, management and identification of the dead from armed conflicts and catastrophes A multidisciplinary panel of international experts will share their recommendations, experiences, and lessons learned in the practice of humanitarian forensic action. Topics for discussion will range from applicable legal frameworks; the integration of various forensic disciplines for the search, recovery, analysis, identification and management of the dead in humanitarian operations, to research needs and opportunities and future perspectives in this new field of forensic science.
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS24: Evidence Management: From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom

    Location: W1-221C, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Professor Ashraf Mozayani (Organizer/Leader), Texas Southern University, Casie Parish Fisher, St. Edward’s University, Carol Henderson, Stetson University, School of Law, Zeno Geradts, Netherlands Forensic Institute
    • Lecture
    • 25 participants 
    Proper documentation, collection and packaging techniques are essential throughout the criminal justice process and it begins with work conducted at the crime scene.  This workshop aims to give hands on experience and demonstrations on the proper ways to document and secure various types of evidence.  It will also address the legal and ethical aspects of evidence management. This workshop will:
    1. Identify and discuss different types of physical evidence
    2. Review the importance of evidence documentation, collection and preservation
    3. Practice evidence documentation, collection and preservation techniques
    4. Discuss the legal and ethical components related to evidence management
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS25: Cultural, Legal, and Forensic Challenges in the Prosecution of Sexually Violent Crimes Workshop

    Location: Training Room W1-221D, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Marc R. Pelletier (Organizer, Leader), Assistant Section Head- Toxicology Centre of Forensic Sciences, Anita Parker, Native Service Worker, John Howard Society, Leila Mehkeri, Assistant Crown Attorney, Ministry of the Attorney General, Kelly Bowie, Forensic Biologist, Centre of Forensic Sciences
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 27
    Recent trials, e.g., R v Gomeshi, have received high profile media attention. Misconceptions regarding the legal process and media coverage of the testimony of complainants have polarized society and undermined confidence in the criminal justice system. These issues are magnified when the complainant is a racialized woman. The information provided in this workshop will be of interest to a wide range of stakeholders including first line workers, e.g., sexual assault examination nurses, mental health workers and support staff, prosecutors, and members of the judiciary. The goal of this workshop is to support the criminal justice system in regards to the effective prosecution of sexually violent crimes. Tentative Schedule
     9:00  – 10:15   Anita Parker/Leila Mehkeri  
    10:15  – 11:15   Kelly Bowie  
    11:15  – 12:00     Marc Pelletier
  • 09:00 - 15:00

    WS26: Recognition and Safe Handling of Peroxide-based and other Homemade Explosives

    Location: Training Room W1-238, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Eamonn McGee (Organizer/Leader), Liam MacManus, Stuart Sagara, Gavin Edmondstone, Robert Hong-You, all are staff of the Centre of Forensic Sciences
    • Combination of Practical Demonstration and Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 30
    Explosives made from common household materials (HME) were used in the terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels. TATP is a sensitive and unstable primary high explosive used by terrorists because it is relatively easy, though risky to make, and the precursors are cheap and can be purchased without raising suspicion. Delegates at this workshop will learn about the recognition and safe handling of peroxide based explosives (TATP, HMTD and MEKP) through presentations, videos, case studies and hands-on demonstrations of their properties using small amounts of the real materials. Information on precursors, in-process and finished products and simple field tests that can differentiate between an energetic homemade explosive and a white powder drug such as cocaine will be presented. The properties of other common HME and their precursors will be presented and how they can be safely tested and identified on-site.  
    Presenter Organization Presentation
      Eamonn McGee Stuart Sagara     Stuart Sagara Centre of Forensic Sciences     9:15am. Demonstration
      Gavin Edmondstone     Gavin Edmondstone Centre of Forensic Sciences     10:00am. Homemade Explosives Overview
      Eamonn McGee Stuart Sagara   Eamonn McGee Centre of Forensic Sciences     11:00am. Homemade Explosives Incidents in Ontario  
      Eamonn McGee Stuart Sagara Robert Hong-You   OPP UCRT (CBRNE Response Team)   Chris Weber     Eamonn McGee, Stuart Sagara, Centre of Forensic Sciences   OPP UCRT Members Ontario Provincial Police   Chris Weber Smiths Detection CBRNE       1:00pm. Demonstrations of properties and on-site testing of Homemade Explosives and precursors  
  • 09:00 - 15:00

    WS27: Role of Forensic Doctors in Clinical Forensic Medicine: An International Perspective

    Location: Training Room W1-239, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Professor Eric Baccino, University Hospital of Montpellier (Organizer, Leader), Dr. Jason Payne-James, Specialist in Forensic & Legal Medicine, Dr. John Gall, University of Melbourne, Dr Laurent Martrille, University Hospital of Nancy
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 27
    This workshop will provide an international perspective on the stakes in clinical forensic medicine and how it impacts the victims and the medical forensic community The workshop will also elaborate on the increasing role forensic doctors have to play in order to preserve both the interest of victims and the future of our speciality, which cannot rely only on forensic pathology.
    1. Each speaker will present in detail the organisation of clinical forensic medicine in their own country (Australia, UK and France) and will present on the countries that are part of their local geographic area (Asia, Northern and continental Europe). The variety, advantages and weaknesses of systems will be analysed, providing a unique and contemporary overview of the international situation in the field.
    2. Each speaker will then present on a specific topic - child abuse, sexual abuse, elderly abuse and age determination of living persons (migrants) - in order to give practical examples from their organisations and to also provide actual and specialised information on these subjects.
    3. A general presentation of the multiple impacts of violence on victims (health, social, financial, judicial) will be given.
    4. We will show why and how forensic doctors and their forensic units have the capacity to help these victims not only from a judicial point of view, but also from a therapeutic perspective.
    5. Propositions for the future of clinical forensic medicine will be discussed, taking into account the various local conditions.
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS28: Human Rights- Engineering Sciences, Electrical Shock, Torture, Electrocution, Human Test Subjects, Explosives, Biomechanics, Forensic Linguistics

    Location: Training Room W1-240, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Helmut G. Brosz (Organizer, Leader), Institute of Forensic Electro-Pathology, John Nixon, Athena Research and Consulting LLC, Prof. David Pienkowski, University of Kentucky, Dr. Carol Chaski, Institute for Linguistic Evidence, Dr. Laura Liptai, Biomedical Forensics , and Judge Stephanie Domitrovitch, JD, PhD., Sixth Judicial district of PA, Major Joshua Toman
    • Lecture and demonstration
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    After attending this workshop, with a focus on human rights, delegates will be able to:
    1. Identify electrical injury, shock, torture, homicide, mass electrocution and genocide, accidental death for various electrical circumstances.
    2. Properly document (Photograph and draw) electrical defects to the human body resulting from torture.
    3. Understand the scientific basis as to the application of electricity to the human body.
    4. The effect explosives and land mines have on  Human rights
    5. Autonomous Vehicle and pre-programmed Human rights decisions -Biomechanics
    6. Forensic Linguistics as a tool for identifying perpetrators.
    7. Understand the humanitarian role of human studies regulations in relation to use of forensic biomechanics
    The workshop will impact the forensic science community by equipping delegates with the Human Rights issues associated with the  theoretical and practical knowledge to investigate or study  victims of electrical, bio-mechanical, explosive injuries and death. Schedule:
    9:00 - 9:30 Liptai/Domitrovitch/Toman  
    9:30 – 10:00           Chaski  
    10-10:15            Break  
    10:15- 10:45   Pienkowski  
    10:45- 11:15    Nixon  
    11:15- 12:00   Brosz
     
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS29: Bloodstain Pattern Analysis in Canada and the Implementation of Artificial Fluids as Blood Substitutes for Education and Training in Forensic Science

    Location: Training Room W1-241, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Mike Illes, Professor, Trent University (Organizer/Leader), Theresa Stotesbury (Trent University), Mark Lancaster (Ontario Provincial Police)
    • Combination of Practical Demonstration and Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 24
    In this workshop, the basics of bloodstain pattern recognition will be discussed and the advantageous features of implementing a synthetic blood substitute (SBS) in education and training will be introduced. The delegates will be provided an opportunity to analyze complex bloodstain patterns that have been created with a blood red SBS and then with multi coloured SBS.  Historically, it has been difficult teaching sequencing and pattern recognition when analyzing complex bloodstain patterns because the blood is one colour. The visual patterns can easily be conflated for beginning analysts. In this workshop the use of a coloured SBS will be introduced, where each pattern within a group could be made with a distinct colour (Stotesbury et al. 2015) with the aim of increasing understanding of and accuracy with evidence-based analysis. The coloured SBS provides a unique and simple technological development that will cause a paradigm shift in the teaching strategies for bloodstain pattern analysis.  This novel material now enables a visual and powerful technique for disentangling complex patterns for students to deepen their understanding of BPA. Previously, this was a missing step in bloodstain pattern analysis education that made it difficult for students to conceptualize and identify patterns in complex multi-pattern analysis.
  • 09:00 - 15:00

    WS30: Forensic Science, the Bar and the Bench

    Location: 2nd floor Boardroom E2-204, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Tobin Tanaka (Organizer, Leader), Forensic Document Examiner, Canada Border Services Agency
    • Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 20
    This workshop will benefit Canadian and international forensic scientists by exposing them to: the areas of forensic science that they are less familiar with, as well as the interaction with the legal community. For the legal community it will offer an opportunity to learn about a variety of forensic sciences and to provide an opportunity for dialogue with the scientists. This workshop will also provide an opportunity to learn how individual forensic science specialisations play a role in the broader forensic and legal system.  This also provides an opportunity for the forensic science community to find out from the "ultimate client" (the legal system) whether the forensic science reports and testimony are understood. Schedule of Presentations:
    0815-0900        Morning Coffee  
    0900-0910*      Introduction  
    0910-0925*      Dr Mike Shkrum - London Health Sciences Centre (London ON Canada) FORENSIC PATHOLOGY  (Talk 1)  
    0925-0940*      Ms Kimberly Nugent - University of Ontario Institute of Technology (Oshawa ON Canada)  
    GENERAL & EDUCATION recorded presentation  (Talk 2)  
    0940-0955*      Dr James Hamby - International Forensic Science Laboratory (Indianapolis IN USA)  
    FIREARMS & TOOLMARKS (Talk 3)  
    0955-1010*      Dr Dirk van der Meer - Dentist (Armstrong BC Canada)  
    ODONTOLOGY remote presentation  (Talk 4)  
    1010-1020        Morning Break
    1020-1035*      Dr Della Wilkinson - Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Ottawa ON Canada)  
    FORENSIC IDENTIFICATION (fingerprints, shoeprints, scenes of crime) (Talk 5)  
    1035-1050*      Ms Aleksandra Stryjnik - Centre of Forensic Sciences (Toronto ON Canada)  
    CHEMISTRY / TRACE EVIDENCE (Talk 6)
    1050-1105        Ms Monica Sloan – Centre of Forensic Sciences (Toronto ON Canada)  
                            BIOLOGY (Talk 7)
    1105-1120*      Mr Tobin Tanaka - Canada Border Services Agency (Ottawa ON Canada)  
                            FORENSIC DOCUMENT EXAMINATION (Talk 8)  
      1120-1135*      Ms Pat Hamby (retired) - International Forensic Science Laboratory  
                            ON CONCLUSIONS.... (Talk 10 - no slides)
      CANCELLED PRESENTATION - But materials still supplied S/Sgt Diane Cockle PhD - Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Surrey BC Canada)
                            FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY  (Talk 9)   1135-1200        Discussion 1 - Are our reports understood by those who receive them?  
    1200-1300        Lunch  
    1300-1400        Discussion 2 - Case studies and conclusions used in reports  
    1400-1410        Tea Break 
    1410-1425*      Ms Carla Noziglia - Senior Forensic Advisor (Aiken SC USA)  
                            ETHICS  (Talk 11)  
    1425-1500        Discussion 3
       
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS31: Forensic Histopathology

    Location: Multi-headed Microscope Room (FSCC), Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Christopher Milroy (Organizer/Leader), Forensic Pathologist, Ottawa Forensic Pathology Unit (Director), The Ottawa Hospital
    • Practical Demonstration and Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 13
    • This workshop is also offered on Monday from 09:00 – 12:00
    This workshop will be conducted by Dr Milroy. It will involve teaching on forensic histology of interesting and controversial questions at a multi-headed microscope. Space will be limited to 12 participants.
  • 09:00 - 12:00

    WS32: Medicolegal Autopsy Techniques

    Location: Autopsy Teaching Suite (FSCC), Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Michael Pollanen (Organizer/Leader), Chief Forensic Pathologist, OFPS, President, International Association of Forensic Sciences
    • Practical Demonstration
    • This workshop is also offered on Monday from 09:00 – 12:00; Monday from 13:00 – 15:00 and Tuesday from 13:00 – 15:00
    • Please note that this workshop is only open to delegates from Low-Middle Income Countries
    • Limited Space: Maximum number of participants is 10 delegates
    At this workshop, delegates will learn how to conduct the basic dissections required in a medicolegal autopsy. The workshop will be conducted in the FSCC autopsy room and take the form of practical instruction. The specific basic techniques that will be taught include: sampling for physical evidence, swabbing, opening the body, evisceration, organ dissection, and bloodless layered dissection of the anterior neck. If time permits, the removal of vertebral arteries will also be demonstrated.
  • 09:00 - 15:00

    WS33: Disaster Response in the Asia-Pacific Region: Asia Pacific Medico-Legal Agencies

    Location: Coroner's Courtroom B, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Liz Manning (Organizer/Leader), Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine, Mohd Shah Mahmood, National Institute of Forensic Medicine- Kuala Lumpur, Professor Morio Iino, Tottori University- Japan, Dr. Nak-Eun Chung, Director, National Forensic Service- South Korea
    • Combination of Practical Demonstration and Lecture
    This workshop by the Asia Pacific Medico-Legal Agencies (APMLA) network of forensic medical institutions will provide an overview of the world's most disaster-prone region and some insights into the innovative responses being undertaken by its forensic medical and scientific institutions in the Asia Pacific region.  The Asia Pacific Region is the world's most disaster-prone. In the 2005-2014 period the region accounted for 60% of the world's disaster related deaths in 1,625 events and 80% of disaster -affected populations. The region is prone to floods, typhoons, earthquakes, tsunamis and mudslides. Other disasters include plane and train crashes, deaths related to clandestine border crossings, building collapses and terrorist events. The Asia Pacific region is also home to more than half of the world's poorest people. As a consequence, the region is home to some of the most experienced disaster response practitioners. This workshop is presented by the APMLA network of 20 forensic medical institutions from 18 nations in the region. The workshop will provide a range of presentations on recent disaster responses by practitioners. It will also include a demonstration of the MIM Mass ID Manager, a sophisticated and innovative software system designed by Korea DVI to support human identification in mass casualty disasters. The APMLA's new Guideline on the Management of Fragmented Human Remains in Disasters will also be launched at this workshop.   Detailed Program:  
    Time Topic: Training for catastrophes Presenter
    9.00 Introduction: Overview of cooperative efforts in disaster response in the Asia Pacific Region

    Dr Mohd Shah Mahmood,
    Chair APMLA; Director National Institute of Forensic Medicine, Malaysia.

      Forensic management of migration –related deaths  
    9.15 Thailand: Challenges of Identifying the deceased in cross border migrations  

    Dr Triyarith Temahivong
    Deputy Director Central Institute of Forensic Science, Bangkok, Thailand

    Dr Panjai Woharndee
    Senior Forensic Pathologist

    Dr Panjai Woharndee
    Senior Forensic Pathologist Director of the Forensic Science Promotion and Development Division CIFS

    9.45 Malaysia: DVI for clandestine graves of more than 100 cross border migrants.   Dr Mohd Shah Mahmood,
    Director National Institute of Forensic Medicine, Malaysia. Chair APMLA
    10.15 Break  
    10.30 Management of Fragmentary  Human Remains in Mass Disasters and Catastrophes: Launch of new APMLA Guide   Professor Stephen Cordner,
    Professor of Forensic medicine (International) , Monash University Head International Program Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine  
    10.45 Temporary Mortuary Set Up and Work Flow for Mass Disasters Dr Jodie Leditschke
    Manager Forensic Technical Services Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine
      Disaster Response Case Studies  
    11.15 Japan: Dead Body Management:  the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami killed almost 16,000 people. Professor Morio Iino
    Head Division of Legal Medicine Tottori University Japan
    11.45

    Indonesian and Korean cooperation: Identification of deceased crew in South Korean fishing vessel in the Bering Sea in 2014 and 2014 Air Asia Flight QZ8501 plane crash in Indonesia.

    Korean and Philippines cooperation: Kidnap and murder of Korean tourists in the Philippines by a Korean national.

    Dr Nak-Eun Chung Medical Examiner and Director Korea DVI, Republic of Korea National Forensic Service.
    12.15 Lunch break  
    1.30pm Training for catastrophes: Preparing ASEANAPOL police to be first responders. Dr Liz Manning Manager VIFM International Program
    1.45-3:00pm Scenario-based demonstration of MIM Mass ID software developed by Korea DVI.

    Dr Nak-Eun Chung: Chief Medical Examiner and Director Korea DVI,

    Dr Byung-Ha Choi: Medical Examiner Republic of Korea National Forensic Service

  • 12:30 - 15:00

    WS34: The Uses of Cross-Polarized Light Sources and Infrared Wavelengths During Post-Mortem Examinations and Documentation of Forensic Evidence

    Location: Training Room W1-240 (tentative location), Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    David Larraguibel (Organizer, Leader), Forensic Photography Technologist, Ontario Forensic Pathology Service, Vi-Chi Tran, Forensic Photography Technologist Ontario Forensic Pathology Service
    • Lecture and practical demonstration
    • Maximum number of delegates: 15
    •   The addition of Cross-polarization and infrared imaging will augment the collection of imaging tools available to the forensic investigator, adding visualization techniques which function beyond the limits of human vision. The barriers for entry into usage of these techniques are low. The cost of the equipment is between $100-$800 CAD, and the techniques do not require deep knowledge of photography or optical physics. The operation and limitations are easily taught and identified. The potential impact for the forensic science community is high, especially for services in developing nations. The polarization gels used during the workshop will still be operational and I recommend they be included as part of a “take home” package which the attendees can install on their own equipment at their home service. The usage of these techniques can aid greatly in the documentation of tattoos, markings and traumatic injury in; populations with dark skin, victims of thermogenic trauma, skin which has been altered by the effects of decomposition. These techniques are also highly useful in documenting; gross anatomy specimens and evidence with highly reflective properties, clothing with highly light absorbing properties.
  • 13:00 - 15:00

    WS35: 3D Documentation Technologies for Medical Examinations

    Location: Training Room W1-221C, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Eugene Liscio (Organizer/Leader), Instructor, University of Toronto (Mississauga)
    • Lecture/Practical Demonstration combination
    • Maximum number of delegates: 25
    As with any area in Forensics, complete and accurate documentation is vital to keeping proper records and also being able to use the data for further analysis and presentation in court.  Today, there are several options available to medical examiners that are relatively low cost and can still provide a quality three dimensional record of the autopsy.  Documenting in 3D allows for measurements to be made on complex surfaces and provides the ability to measure area, volume, angular and linear data. This workshop will present different technologies that can be used to document injuries or entire bodies at medical examinations.  Technologies covered will encompass, structured light, laser scanning and photogrammetry based systems.  Software packages and live demonstrations will be shown to encourage delegates to incorporate 3D technologies in their examinations.
  • 13:00 - 15:00

  • 13:00 - 15:00

    WS39: Forensic Histopathology

    Location: Multi-headed Microscope Room (FSCC), Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Christopher Milroy (Organizer/Leader), Forensic Pathologist, Ottawa Forensic Pathology Unit (Director), The Ottawa Hospital
    • Practical Demonstration and Lecture
    • Maximum number of delegates: 13
    • This workshop is also offered on Monday from 09:00 – 12:00
    This workshop will be conducted by Dr Milroy. It will involve teaching on forensic histology of interesting and controversial questions at a multi-headed microscope. Space will be limited to 12 participants.
  • 13:00 - 15:00

    WS37: Using Forensic Anthropology

    Location: Training Room W1-241, Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Kathy Gruspier (Organizer, Leader), Forensic Anthropologist, OFPS, Renee Kosalka, Forensic Anthropologist, OFPS
    • Practical Demonstration
    • Maximum number of delegates: 15
    • This workshop is also offered on Monday from 09:00 – 12:00
    This workshop will utilize a case-based technique of introducing the delegates to the broader realm of applications of forensic anthropologists in death investigation systems.  Many death investigation systems use forensic anthropology expertise solely for skeletonized remains, if at all.  Often the forensic anthropologist is a fee-for- service person who is not fully integrated into the death investigation system.  Casual use of forensic anthropology benefits neither the forensic anthropologist, nor the system utilizing them. The forensic anthropologist has little chance to gain more experience, and the system relies on individuals who are not experts, which puts the system at risk. Cases will be presented illustrating the positive effects of integrating forensic anthropology in cases such as; human vs non-human, scene investigations, fire scenes, multiple fatalities, positive human identification, historically unidentified remains and others.  Positive effects include minimizing risk of a flawed investigation by using the best expert for the job, as well as cost-savings. This workshop will be of interest to: administrators of death investigation systems, forensic anthropologists, and forensic pathologists.
  • 13:00 - 15:00

    WS38:Medicolegal Autopsy Techniques

    Location: Autopsy Teaching Suite (FSCC), Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, North-West Toronto
    Michael Pollanen (Organizer/Leader), Chief Forensic Pathologist, OFPS, President, International Association of Forensic Sciences
    • Practical Demonstration
    • Maximum number of delegates: 10
    • This workshop is also offered on Monday from 09:00 – 12:00; Monday from 13:00 – 16:00 and Tuesday from 09:00 – 12:00
    • Please note that this workshop is only open to delegates from Low-Middle Income Countries
    At this workshop, delegates will learn how to conduct the basic dissections required in a medicolegal autopsy. The workshop will be conducted in the FSCC autopsy room and take the form of practical instruction. The specific basic techniques that will be taught include: sampling for physical evidence, swabbing, opening the body, evisceration, organ dissection, and bloodless layered dissection of the anterior neck. If time permits, the removal of vertebral arteries will also be demonstrated.

WednesdayAugust 23, 2017

  • 08:30 - 09:30

    PL01: IAFS 2017 Opening Ceremony

    Location: Grand Ballroom West & Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: Toby H. Rose, Ontario Forensic Pathology Service (OFPS), Toronto, Canada
  • 09:30 - 10:15

    Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing (PS01)

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom West, Sheraton Ballroom, E & F, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    • Cardio-Vascular Collapse of a Girl Due to Idiopathic Gastric Rupture. Dr Mehran Fereidooni Legal Medicine Organization shiraz IR (PS01-01)
    • A Review of Empirical Methods in Forensic Pathology Miss Tian Nie University of Toronto Toronto CA (PS01-02)
    • Lethal Acetaminophen Poisoning: Medico-Legal Implications Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA Mahdia TN (PS01-03)
    • Forensic Aspects of Child Abuse in Egypt. Mr mohamed salah abdelkhalek Egyptian Forensic Medicine Authority cairo,saydaa zaynab EG (PS01-04)
    • Burning the Infant Because of Postpartum Psychosis; A Case Report and Review of Literature Dr Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center Tehran IR (PS01-05)
    • Accidental or Fatal Child Maltreatment? Dr LUIS RAVANAL FORENSES CHILE SANTIAGO CL (PS01-06)
    • Sexual Homicide: An Unusual Case of Mechanical Asphyxia by Three Different Methods Assoc Professor Jozef Krajčovič Comenius University, Jessenius Faculty of Medicine Martin SK (PS01-07)
    • Extreme Violence Against Children and Elderly Women: Interprofessional Collaboration for Justice Dr Bogdan Malinescu Ilfov Medico Legal Service Bucharest RO (PS01-08)
    • Death During Indigenous Treatments: Chocking With a Half of Lime Dr Harshana Mahendra Kumara Senanayake Teaching Hospital Anuradapura Anuradapura LK (PS01-09)
    • Classification Trends Among Contemporary Filipino Crania Using Fordisc 3.1 Mr Matthew C. Go University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana US (PS01-10)
    • Using Nutrient Foramina to Discern Human From Nonhuman Long Bone Fragments in Forensic Anthropology Mrs Brigida Corrieri Cranfield University Shrivenham GB (PS01-11)
    • Comparison of Anthropological, Chemical and Molecular Identification of Human Skeletal Remains Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-12)
    • The Precision of Virtual Pelvises Derived From Clinical CT-Images for Forensic Anthropology Miss Kerri Lee Colman Academic Medical Centre Amsterdam NL (PS01-13)
    • Manual 3D Digital Facial Reconstruction: Validating the Procedure Mrs Ivana Šplíchalová Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-14)
    • Metric Pair-Matching of Calcanei in Commingled Remains Cases Miss Kayla Larissa Orr Saint Mary's University Halifax CA (PS01-15)
    • An Investigation of Taphonomic Changes and Decomposition Rates of Frozen Remains: A Porcine Model Miss Stephanie Grace Baker Western Sydney University Richmond AU (PS01-16)
    • 'Microanthropology': A Multidisciplinary Approach for Estimating PMI in an Australian Climate Dr Hayley Green Western Sydney University Penrith AU (PS01-17)
    • Three-Dimensional Facial Reconstruction Based on Soft Tissue Thickness From Head CT Scan Images Dr Kazuhiko Imaizumi National Research Institute of Police Science Chiba JP (PS01-18)
    • Estimation of Stature From the Leg and Foot Dimensions : Application on Tunisian Population Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA Mahdia TN (PS01-19)
    • Biomechanics and Composition of Buried Juvenile Pig Ribs in Relation to the Postmortem Interval Ms Luisa Marinho Simon Fraser University Burnaby CA (PS01-20)
    • Sexual Dimorphism in Human Hip Bone From the Perspective of 3D Surface Based Techniques Mr Marek Daňko Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-21)
    • Sex Determination By Discriminant Analysis Of 3D CT Measurements Of Foramen Magnum Dr Amira Alaa El-deen Nasr Ministry of justice Cairo EG (PS01-22)
    • Relationship Between Fracture Type and Force on Mammalian Juvenile Ribs (Sus scrofa, Linneaus) Miss Katie A. Boyd Laurentian University Sudbury CA (PS01-23)
    • Stature Estimation from Hand Length: Attempt to Population-nonspecific Method Mrs Věra Bártová Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-24)
    • Testing the Reproducibility of 3D Models of Long Bones: MDCT Versus 3D Surface Scanning Mr Lorenzo Campana University Center of Legal Medicine, Lausanne-Geneva Lausanne CH (PS01-25)
    • Estimation of Chronological Age Based on the Dental Development of the Third Mandibular Molars Professor Clotilde Rougé-Maillart University Hospital Angers FR (PS01-26)
    • Hierarchical Top-Down Examination of Cranial Gunshot Injuries Mrs Veronika Kováčová Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-27)
    • Bullet Calibre and Type Estimation Based on Ballistic Damage to Sus scrofa (Linnaeus) Long Bone Ms Bailey J Henwood Laurentian University Sudbury CA (PS01-28)
    • Forensic Medicine Case Report- Tale of a Dead Child Assoc Professor sangeet kaur kaur indira gandhi medical college shimla IN (PS01-29)
    • Inquest and Public Safety – Recommendations for Culture Change Dr Louise McNaughton-Filion Office of the Chief Coroner of Ontario Ottawa CA (PS01-31)
    • Is an Inquest the Only Tool in the Toolbox? Dr Louise McNaughton-Filion Office of the Chief Coroner of Ontario Ottawa CA (PS01-32)
    • When Did He Die? A Tale of Lipid Degradation Dr Maiken Ueland University of Technology Sydney Ultimo AU (PS01-33)
    • Review of Shellfish Illnesses and Deaths in Mississippi Dr Mark M. LeVaughn State Medical Examiner's Office Pearl US (PS01-34)
    • Detecting 1,4-Butanediol in Beverages Professor Zhaohua Dai Pace University New York US (PS01-35)
    • Forensic Science & Human Migration: The Role of Social Media Ms Emma Johnston De Montfort University Leicester GB (PS01-36)
    • The Nigeria Coroners' Laws: Evolution and Challenges Professor John Oladapo Obafunwa Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Lagos State University College of Medicine and Teaching Hospital Ikeja-Lagos NG (PS01-37)
    • Patterns of Homicide in Kuwait: A Retrospective Descriptive Study from 2003-2009 Asst Professor Salah Al-Waheeb Kuwait University Shamiyah KW (PS01-38)
    • Copan NUCLEIC-CARD™ Performance With Direct STR Assays Mrs Santina Castriciano Copan Italia Spa Brescia IT (PS01-39)
    • Using Drones for 3D On-Site Body Documentation. Experiments Inspired by Real-Life Forensic Cases Dr Petra Urbanova Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-40)
    • Aggregation-Induced Emission (AIE)-Active Fluorophores for Latent Fingerprint Analysis Dr Jin Xiaodong Jiangsu Police Institute Nanjing CN (PS01-41)
    • The Impact of One-Step Luminescent Cyanoacrylates on Subsequent DNA Analysis Ms Alicia Khuu University of Technology Sydney Ultimo AU (PS01-42)
    • Investigation into the Effect of Hand Sanitizers on Latent Fingermarks Dr Scott Chadwick University of Technology Sydney Broadway AU (PS01-43)
    • Family Physicians' Knowledge About Child Abuse Risk Factors and Attitudes for Legal Reporting Asst Professor Sinem Yildiz Inanici Marmara University Medical Faculty Istanbul TR (PS01-44)
    • Statistical Comparison of the Efficacy of US State DNA Databases Professor Oluseyi Adewale Vanderpuye Albany State University Albany US (PS01-45)
    • Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in Motorcycle Fatalities Asst Professor Marija Bakovic School of Medicine University of Zagreb Zagreb HR (PS01-46)
    • Addressing Challenges in Regulated and Validated Workflow Using Converge™ Software Mr Makesh Kumar Karpagavinaaygam Thermo Fisher Scientific South San Francisco US (PS01-47)
    • Estimation of Time Since Death Using a Body Cooling Models of Pigs Dr Dae-Kyoon Park Soonchunhyang University Cheonan KR (PS01-48)
    • Rapid DNA Identification of Human Remains: A New Path Forward for the Medico-legal Community Dr Amanda Sozer SNA International Alexandria US (PS01-49)
    • Hyperspectral Imaging: A Technique for Aging Blowfly Pupae Professor Ian Dadour Boston University School of Medicine BOSTON US (PS01-50)
    • Aggregation and Competition in Lucilia Sericata and Phormia Regina Meigen (Diptera:Calliphoridae) Miss Patricia O Okpara University of Windsor Windsor CA (PS01-51)
    • Reforming the Century Old Laws Relating to Investigation of Death (Coroner System) in Sri Lanka Professor Ravindra Fernando National Dangerous Drugs Control Board Rajagiriya LK (PS01-53)
    • Suicide in Pretoria: A Retrospective Review for the Period 2007 – 2010 Dr Ryan Blumenthal The University of Pretoria Pretoria ZA (PS01-54)
    • Epidemiological and Forensic Study of Criminal Deaths in the South of Tunisia Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-55)
    • Driving Under Influence of Psychoactive Substances-Related Casualties in Taiwan (2003-2015) Dr Kai-Ping Shaw Institute of Forensic Medicine, Ministry of Justice, Taiwan (ROC) New Taipei TW (PS01-56)
    • Environmental Crimes in Brazilian Federal District: An Analysis From 2009 to 2015 Miss Renata Esteves Ribeiro Universidade de Brasília Planaltina - DF BR (PS01-57)
    • Management of Scene of Crime, A Case Study of Nigeria Settings Mr PASCHAL CHINEDU GBARUKO NIGERIA POICE FORCE AWKA NG (PS01-58)
    • Evaluating the Impact of Different Ways of Presenting Trauma Evidence in Court: A Pilot Study Dr Soren Blau Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine / Monash University Melbourne AU (PS01-59)
    • CDC/FBI Joint Criminal-Epidemiological Investigations Workshop Course Evaluations: Data Analysis Dr GERONCIO CAGIGAS FAJARDO US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta US (PS01-60)
    • Knowledge Awareness and Practice Regarding Arsinocosis among the CHCP of Bangladesh Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA BOGRA BD (PS01-61)
    • The Relevance of Mathematics in Forensic Science Professor Angel Homero Flores Samaniego Colegio de Ciencias y Humanidades-UNAM Mexico City MX (PS01-62)
    • Applying HPTLC, Raman, SEM to Detect Grafting of Papers and Estimate Age of the Document Assoc Professor Hoang Manh Hung Institute of Forensic Science Ha Noi VN (PS01-63)
    • The Making of a Human Taphonomy Facility in Amsterdam, the Netherlands Professor Roelof-Jan Oostra Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam Amsterdam NL (PS01-64)
    • Forensic Pathology in Trinidad and Tobago Miss dennecia george The University of the West Indies St Augustine TT (PS01-65)
    • A Time Course Study Demonstrating Multi-RNA Changes to Estimate Postmortem Interval Mr Yehui Lv Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences Shanghai CN (PS01-66)
    • Reading Pathology in Bones for Creating the Biological Profile: The Case of Diabetes Mr Danilo De Angelis University of Milan Milan IT (PS01-67)
    • Third-Generation Airbag Deployment: Injury Patterns in Fatally Injured Drivers Dr Michael James Shkrum London Health Sciences Centre London CA (PS01-68)
    • The Metabolic Syndrome in a Post Mortem Perspective - A Study of the SURVIVE Cohort Dr Martin Roest Christensen University of Copenhagen Copenhagen East DK (PS01-69)
    • Do Resuscitation Attempts of Infants and Children Cause Bruises of the Neck? Ms Kimberly Wells WMU School of Medicine Kalamazoo US (PS01-70)
    • Coronary Artery Abnormalities as the Cause of Sudden Cardiac Death: A 20 Year Review Dr Bernard Pawlowicz McMaster University Hamilton CA (PS01-71)
    • The Relative Location of the Mental Foramen as a Determinant of Sex in Mandibles from Jamaicans Dr Landi Kimone Peart University of the West Indies Kingston JM (PS01-72)
    • Study on Myocardium of Sudden Traumatic Deaths to Suggest Diagnostic Criteria for Myocarditis Dr Indira Deepthi Kitulwatte Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka Ragama LK (PS01-73)
    • Demonic Possession & Exorcism: Investigative and Autopsy Findings in 3 Deaths From Canada Dr Andrew Scott Williams Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-74)
    • Comparison of Traumatic and Natural Disease of the Intestinal Tract in the Pediatric Population Dr Rebekah Jacques Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-75)
    • Road Traffic Fatalities in Children Younger Than 14 Years in Pretoria, 2005-2014. Dr Lorraine du Toit-Prinsloo University of Pretoria Sydney AU (PS01-76)
    • Procedure Related Deaths at the Pretoria Medico-Legal Laboratory Dr Lorraine du Toit-Prinsloo University of Pretoria Sydney AU (PS01-77)
    • Sudden Death Due to Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy:a Study of 40 Autopsy Cases Professor Hongmei Dong Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan CN (PS01-78)
    • Post-Mortem CT for Forensic Applications: A Systematic Review of Gunshot Deaths Dr Giovanni Battista Paliani Section of Legal Medicine, Public Health Institute, Catholic University Rome IT (PS01-79)
    • Fatal Intoxications: Do Subjects With Cardiac Pathologies Die at Lower Concentrations of Drugs? Dr Kanar Alkass Karolinska Institutet Stockholm SE (PS01-80)
    • Role of MPMCTA in the Congruence of Cardiovascular Measurements: Autopsy and Post-Mortem Imaging Mr Kewin Ducrot University Center of Legal Medicine Lausanne CH (PS01-81)
    • CircRNAs May Serve as Optimum Biomarkers in Forensic Research Mr Yehui Lv Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences Shanghai CN (PS01-82)
    • Ageing Changes in the Face and the Cardiovascular System Miss Meryem Ebedi William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London London GB (PS01-83)
    • A New Dimension in Fire Debris Analysis: Vacuum Ultraviolet (VUV) Absorption Spectroscopy Mr Paul Johnson VUV Analytics, Inc. Cedar Park US (PS01-84)
    • Retrospective Analysis of Post-Mortem Microbiology Cultures in Children Under Five Years of Age Ms Aysha Alyssa Khowessah Draves Laurentian University Sudbury CA (PS01-85)
    • Stable Isotope Analysis as Fingerprints of Life-History of Human Remains Excavated From a Well Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Anthropology Department, Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-86)
    • Severe, Unilateral Retinal Hemorrhage Implicates Trauma per Se as the Limiting Pathogenic Factor Arushi Tripathy Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine Kalamazoo US (PS01-87)
    • Is It Possible to Postpone Postmortem Diagnostic of Ketoacidotic States and Obtain Reliable Results? Dr Eduard Kralj University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine Ljubljana SI (PS01-88)
    • Socio-Demographic Analysis of Southern Sri Lanka Through Autopsy Data of Three Decades Dr Clifford Priyantha Perera Faculty of Medicine University of Ruhuna Galle LK (PS01-89)
    • Septic Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis Following a Minor Head Injury: A Rare Cause of Medico-Legal Death Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkoknoi TH (PS01-90)
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    • atal Acute Hemorrhagic Bowel Infarction Caused by Mesenteric Venous Thrombosis Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkoknoi TH (PS01-91)
    • Association between SCN5A Gene and Sudden Unexplained Nocturnal Death Syndrome in Thai Cadavers Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkok TH (PS01-92
    • Colchicine Destroys the Intestinal Barrier Function and Induces Endotoxin Shock Asst Professor Hiroki Tanaka Asahikawa Medical University Asahikawa JP (PS01-93)
    • Cardiomyopathies as a Cause of SCD in Egypt; Recognition and Preventive Strategies Needed Dr Nora Fawzy Fnon Forensic medicine authority-Ministry of justice El-sayeda Zeinab EG (PS01-94)
    • Particularities of the Dynamics of Suicide in Romania. Comparative Study for Two Counties. Dr Bogdan Malinescu Ilfov Medico Legal Service Bucharest RO (PS01-95)
    • Fatal Cardiac Perforation by Leaked PMMA Cement After Percutaneous Vertebroplasty Dr Martina Focardi University of Florence Florence IT (PS01-96)
    • Ascending Aortic Rupture Through a Penetrating Atherosclerotic Ulcer: A Rare Cause of Sudden Unexpected Death Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkoknoi TH (PS01-97)
    • Fatal Rapunzel Syndrome: Gastric and Intestinal Trichobezoar in a Boy With Trichotillomania Dr Rebekah Jacques Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-98)
    • MALDI TOF MS Imaging as a Novel Tool for Estimation of Postmortem Interval in Muscle Tissue Professor Ping Huang Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, PR China Shanghai CN (PS01-99)
    • Correlation of Cellular Autolytic Changes in Bone Marrow with Post-mortem Interval Dr Shankar M Bakkannavar Kasturba Medical College, Manipal University Select City living in IN (PS01-100)
    • An Unusual Case of Suicide in a Young Amateur Skydiver Dr Pierre-Antoine PEYRON University hospital of Montpellier Montpellier FR (PS01-101)
    • Filicide: Clinical and Qualitative Understanding of Parents Who Kill Their Children Professor Duarte Nuno Vieira Faculdade de Medicina Coimbra PT (PS01-102)
    • Epicardial Fat Association with Other Body Fat Deposits and Coronary Artery Stenosis Miss Louise Hindsø University of Copenhagen Copenhagen DK (PS01-103)
    • Suicide by Fatal Pentobarbital Intoxication in Ontario from 2012-2015 Ms Patricia Solbeck Centre of Forensic Sciences Toronto CA (PS01-104)
    • Bicuspid Aortic Valve: Sword of Damocles Over the Hearts of Vigorously Training Athletes Dr Martin Janík Jessenius Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University Martin SK (PS01-105)
    • AXUD1 Accelerates Stress-Induced Cardiomyocytes Apoptosis Through Activating Wnt Signaling Pathway Mr Xing Ye Fudan university shanghai CN (PS01-106)
    • The RIP Bullet: Presentation of Cases and Discussion of This New Novel Ammunition Dr Kendall Von Crowns Travis County Medical Examiner's Office Austin US (PS01-107)
    • The Disposition of John and Jane Doe in a Small Maritime Jurisdiction Dr KEN OBENSON Saint John Regional Hospital Saint John CA (PS01-108)
    • Challenges in Identification of Exhumed Skeletonised Human Remains of a Child: A Case Report Dr Remilekun Tosin Oluwakuyide Lagos University Teaching Hospital Lagos NG (PS01-109)
    • A Custom-Designed Membrane Filter for Enriching Diatoms in Forensic Diatom Test Mr Jian Zhao Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute/ Sun Yat-Sen University Guangzhou CN (PS01-110)
    • How Soil Clay Can Help to Solve Crimes: New Perspectives From Routine Analyses Dr Rodrigo Studart Corrêa Forensic Institute of Brasília Brasília BR (PS01-111)
    • The Estimation of the Postmortem Interval: A Physicochemical Model Duarte N Vieira University of Coimbra Coimbra PT (PS01-112)
    • Traumatic Rupture of MCA Followed by SAH: Tailored Approach With Post-Mortem Angiographic Findings Dr Sohyung Park National Forensic Service Seoul KR (PS01-113)
    • Aorto-Oesophageal Fistula: A Rare Cause for Upper Gastro-Intestinal Bleeding Dr Sanjaya Ravindra Hulathduwa University of Sri Jayawardenepure wijerama LK (PS01-114)
    • Diagnostic Labels and Multiple-Pathology Dr Sanjaya Ravindra Hulathduwa University of Sri Jayawardenepure wijerama LK (PS01-115)
    • Concentration of Hypoxanthine in Korean Vitreous Humor for the Estimation of Postmortem Interval Miss Ahra Go Chungnam national university Daejeon KR (PS01-116)
    • Survey of Bacterial Diversity Associated with Various Life Stages of Lucilia sericata in Virginia Mrs Denise Wohlfahrt Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond US (PS01-117)
    • An Indel Polymorphism within RYR2 Modulates Sudden Unexplained Death Risk in Chinese Populations Professor Yuzhen Gao Soochow University Jiangsu CN (PS01-118)
    • Deaths Due to Suicide in Puttalam, Sri Lanka: An Autopsy Study Dr Sriyantha Amararatne R R G Base Hospital Puttalam LK (PS01-119)
    • Three Gunshots and One Trajectory - Case Report of a Multiple Gunshot Suicide Duarte N Vieira Faculty of Medicine of the University of Coimbra Coimbra PT (PS01-120)
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    • orensic Autopsy of Decedents in Sleeping Accommodations in Munich, Germany Between 2011 and 2015 Dr Michael Josef Schwerer German Air Force Centre of Aerospace Medicine Fuerstenfeldbruck DE (PS01-121)
    • External-Cause Mortality in Young People Aged 10-24 Years During 1998-2016 in Epirus, Greece Professor Theodore Vougiouklakis University of Ioannina Ioannina GR (PS01-122)
    • Comparing Fist Size to Heart Size Is Not a Viable Technique to Assess Cardiomegaly Dr Lars Christian Ebert University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-123)
    • Fatal Accidents With Pedestrian Victims: PMCT and Autopsy Correlation Miss Vasiliki Chatzaraki Institute of Forensic Medicine Zurich CH (PS01-124)
    • Visualization Strategies Forensic Imaging and Virtopsy- Recommendations Based on Semiotic Analysis Dr Wolf Schweitzer University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-125)
    • Very Affordable Immersion Pump for Post Mortem CT Angiography in Forensic Pathology: First 10 Cases. Dr Wolf Schweitzer University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-126)
    • Undetermined Manner of Death: What's Missing? a 10-Year Study of Forensic Autopsies in Lisbon Dr Ana Abreu South Branch of the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Lisboa PT (PS01-127)
    • Psychological Assessment for Asylum Seekers in France Dr George PATRU Unité Médico-Judiciare, GHPSO Creil FR (PS01-128)
    • Aortic Stenosis in a Man With Multiple Sclerosis Involving the Brain Stem Dr Natasha Richards Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-129)
    • Fatal Angle Grinder - A Case Study Dr Joana Azevedo National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Porto PT (PS01-130)
    • Decapitation in Hanging Dr Jung Sik Jang National Forensic Service Daegu institution Daegu KR (PS01-131)
    • Hemoglobin A1c Level as Point-of-Care Testing in Postmortem Diagnosis Joo-Young Na CNUH Gwangju KR (PS01-132)
    • Delayed Death Due to Aortic Rupture After Chest Blunt Trauma: An Autopsy Report Jong-Tae Park Chonnam National University Medical School Gwangju KR (PS01-133)
    • A Burnt Body and Vena Caval Liquid Fat Dr KEN OBENSON Saint John Regional Hospital Saint John CA (PS01-134)
    • Forensic Anthropological Importance of Morphometric Variability in Human Clavicle Features Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Anthropology Department, Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-135)
    • Analysis of Urdu Handwriting and It's Recognition Mr Zumrad Usman Bhutta Government College University lahore Lahore PK (PS01-136)
    • Using Handwriting to Infer a Writer's Country of Origin for Forensic Intelligence Purposes Dr Marie Morelato University of Technology Sydney Broadway AU (PS01-137)
    • Analytical Method Coupled With Multivariate Analysis for Examination of Photocopier/Writing Papers Mr RAJ KUMAR PANJAB UNIVERSITY CHANDIGARH IN (PS01-138)
    • Organizing a Proficiency Test on Stamp Examination in Accordance With ISO/IEC 17043 Requirements Dr Wing-Sze Janesse Hui GOVERNMENT LABORATORY HONG KONG HK (PS01-139)
    • Enhanced Raman Analysis of Ballpoint Ink Entries by Thin Layer Chromatography Asst Professor Yanlin YU Southwest University of Political Science and Law Chongqing CN (PS01-140)
    • GC-MS Examination of Different Kinds of Copy Paper Asst Professor Jinyou Yang Southwest Universilitical Scty of Poience and Law Chongqing CN (PS01-141)
    • Forensic Examination of Rubber Stamps Mr Jatin Kumar Sharma Punjabi University Patiala IN (PS01-142)
    • Application of ESDA in Determination of Tampering Mr Nadeem-Ul-Hassan Khan Punjab Forensic Science Agency Lahore PK (PS01-143)
    • Determination of the Age of Iron Based Ink: A Feasability Study Dr Albert H Lyter Federal Forensic Associates, Inc. Raleigh US (PS01-144)
    • How Well Do People Know Their Signatures? Dr Ian James Turner University of Derby Derby GB (PS01-145)
    • Handwriting Examination in a Case of Twin Brothers Miss Narumi Pereira Lima National Institute of Criminalistics - Federal Police Brasília BR (PS01-146)
    • A Case of Aortic Dissection with Novel Genetic Mutation Dr Trudy-Ann Kalyana Brown Ontario Forensic Pathology Service and Centre for Forensic Science and Medicine Toronto CA (PS01-147)
    • Diaphragmatic Hernias Presenting as Sudden Death: 2 Case Reports. Dr Charmaine Van Wyk Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University Pretoria ZA (PS01-148)
    • The Analysis of Ballpoint Inks With APCI-MS After Fading With Light, Peroxide and Bleach Dr Claire Louise Williamson University of Central Lancashire Preston GB (PS01-149)
    • The Study of Electroencephalogram in Assessment of Mild Psychiatry Impairment Professor wei guan Shanghai Key Laboratory of Forensic Medicine; Shanghai Forensic Service Platform; Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, P.R.China shanghai CN (PS01-150)
    • Virtual Autopsy: An Essential Tool in Gunshot Wounds, Even Not Immediately Lethal Dr Lucile Tuchtan assistance publique hopitaux de Marseille Marseille FR (PS01-151)
    • Combined Use of PMCT 3D Reconstruction and 3D-Design Software for Postmortem Ballistic Dr Lucile Tuchtan assistance publique hopitaux de Marseille Marseille FR (PS01-152)
    • Rare Autopsy Findings in Bodies Buried Beneath a Mountain of Dump Ahmad Shojaei Legal Medicine research Center Tehran IR (PS01-153)
    • Value of Postmortem CT in the Diagnosis of Tension Pneumothorax Due to Acupuncture Assoc Professor jianhua zhang Institute of Forensic Sciences, Ministry of Justice,PRC Shanghai CN (PS01-154)
    • Identification of Sperms on Human Skin after Death Dr Sanaa M Aly Faculty of Medicine, Suez Canal University Ismailia EG (PS01-156)
    • Diatom Test Is Still a Reliable Method for the Diagnosis of Drowning Mr Jian Zhao Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute/ Sun Yat-Sen University Guangzhou CN (PS01-157)
    • Strychnine Poisoning: A Rare Case Report Dr Joana Rita Coelho Batista North Branch of the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Porto PT (PS01-158)
    • Atypical Non-Ballistic Penetrating Missile Injury in an Industrial Setup: Rare Case Reports Professor Yogender Singh Bansal Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & research chandigarh IN (PS01-159)
    • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Due to Dissection of PICA Dr Noel McAuliffe Provincial Forensic Pathology Unit Toronto CA (PS01-160)
    • Sudden Infant Death of Monozygotic Twin on the Same Day: A Case Report Asst Professor Rayyan Adnan Ali An Najah National University Nablus PS (PS01-161)
    • Anomalous Origin of Left Main Coronary Artery From Pulmonary Artery Asst Professor Rayyan Adnan Ali An Najah National University Nablus PS (PS01-162)
    • Unravelling the Mysteries Behind Sudden Death Assoc Professor Subitha K Government Medical College,Kottayam Kottayam IN (PS01-163)
    • MiR-19b Inhibits GJA1 and Synergizes miR-1 in VMC Mr Junyi Lin Fudan University shanghai CN (PS01-164)
    • Modern Possibilities of Using the Data Obtained During Forensic Examination Mrs Inna Olegovna Chizhikova Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation Moscow RU (PS01-165)
    • Fatal Anaphylaxis as an Unusual Presentation of Hepatic Hydatid Cyst: An Auto(PSy Case Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-166)
    • Geocaching: A Rare Cause of Accidental Hanging Assoc Professor Ľubomír Straka Jessenius Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University Martin SK (PS01-167)
    • Injury-Related Deaths in Enugu, Nigeria From 2010 to 2016: A Descriptive Review Dr Samuel Ajogwu Robsam Ohayi Enugu State University Teaching Hospital, Enugu, Nigeria Enugu NG (PS01-168)
    • Death of an Infant During a Circumcision Surgery: Is It Criminal Medical Negligence? Dr Sriyantha Amararatne R R G Base Hospital Puttalam LK (PS01-169)
    • Death During a Plastic Surgery: Is It Civil Medical Negligence? Dr Sriyantha Amararatne R R G Base Hospital Puttalam LK (PS01-170)
    • Fatal Bronchovascular Fistula Visualized through Postmortem Computed Tomography Angiography Dr Philipp Hinderberger University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-171)
    • Immunohistochemical Localization of Langerhans Cells as a Tool of Vitality in Hanging Mark Wounds Dr Martina Focardi University of Florence Florence IT (PS01-172)
    • Findings in Post-Mortem Computer Tomography and Auto(PSy in a Fatal Case of Stomach Ache Mr Christoph Joachim Anders University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-173)
    • Defining Exposure Time Using Burn Severity of Skin Tissue Under the Scanning Electron Microscope Dr Shashi Jasra University of Windsor Windsor CA (PS01-174)
    • Case Report: Sudden Death by Aortic Aneurysm Rupture Into the Esophagus Dr Sílvia Duarte de Andrade South Branch of the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences, I.P. Lisboa PT (PS01-175)
    • Difficulties in Proving by Autopsy the Cause of Death by Insect Order of Hymenoptera Sting Dr Bogdan Malinescu Ilfov Medico Legal Service Bucharest RO (PS01-176)
    • Stab Wound Suicide, Difficulties Establishing the Manner of Death - A Case Report Dr Joana Azevedo National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Porto PT (PS01-177)
    • Analysis of Abnormal CT Scans Using Virtual Autopsy Software ‘Invivo5.4’ by Anatomage Dr Shashi Jasra University of Windsor Windsor CA (PS01-178)
    • Analysis of Postmortem Changes in Internal Organs and Gases Using Computed Tomography Data Dr Miki Okumura Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kyushu University Fukuoka JP (PS01-179)
    • A Study on the Discrimination of Copy Paper Using Non-destructive Optical Inspection Dr Ka Young Lee National Forensic Service Wonju-si KR (PS01-180)
    • Examination of Writing Inks via Analytical Methods and Multivariate Analysis Asst Professor VISHAL SHARMA Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-181)
    • Efficient Wavebands for the Detection of Obliterated Writings by Mid-Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging Dr Shigeru Sugawara National Research Institute of Police Science Kashiwa JP (PS01-182)
    • Examination Of The Handwriting Of Identical Twins Ms Behice Seyda Turedi Van provincial police department van TR (PS01-183)
    • Habits of Writing Heading Based on Education Level in Handwriting Examination Assoc Professor N Canturk Ankara University Institute of Forensic Sciences Ankara TR (PS01-184)
    • Analysis Of Name Writings & Signatures/Initials Of The Persons And Their Significance Dr VIKRAM RAJ SINGH CHAUHAN PATIALA BUREAU OF IDENTIFICATION PATIALA IN (PS01-185)
    • Indentation Recovery Threshold using the Electrostatic Detection Apparatus ® Dr Ian James Turner University of Derby Derby GB (PS01-186)
    • Determination of Pen Ink Resins by Thermal Desorption and Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University Istanbul TR (PS01-187)
    • Assessment of Heart Weight and Heart Weight/Body Parameters Coefficient in Southern Iranian Adults Dr Mohammad Zarenezhad Legal Medicine research Center Tehran IR (PS01-188)
    • Study of Cause of Death and Identification in Exhumed Body Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA Bogra BD (PS01-189)
    • Asphyxia or Ethanol-Intoxication? A Forensic Pathological and Toxicological Case Report Dr Sizhe Huang Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan, Hubei CN (PS01-190)
    • When You Seed Violence You Harvest Violence- Adolescent Parricide. Case Presentation Professor Beatrice Gabriela Ioan Gr.T.Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi RO (PS01-191)
    • A Comparison of Suicide by Self-Immolation Before and After Revolution of January 2011 Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-192)
    • Sociodemographic and Clinical Profile in Elderly Suicide Victims: 34 Autopsy Case Studies Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-193)
    • Medicolegal Management of Unidentified Bodies; A Comparative Study from Three Provinces in Sri Lanka Dr Udara Dilrukshi Senarathne University of Sri Jayewardenepura Nugegoda LK (PS01-194)
    • Child Suicide in the Outskirts of Maputo Asst Professor Denisse Alcobia Reves International Association of Forensic Sciences Maputo MZ (PS01-195)
    • Applying 3D Human Body Shape in Forensic Identification Tasks Mr Dominik Černý Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-196)
    • Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy - a Case Report at Literature Review Dr George PATRU Unité Médico-Judiciare, GHPSOCreil FR (PS01-197)
    • Study of Death by Fire Arm Injury Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA BOGRA BD (PS01-198)
    • Myocardial Bridging of Coronary Arteries: Sudden Unexpected Deaths in a 38–Year–Old Woman Dr ayman Ahmed Hassan forensic authority egypt cairo EG (PS01-199)
    • The Prevalence of Blood Borne Viral Infections Among Autopsy Cases in Jordan Professor Imad M AL-Abdallat The university of Jordan Amman JO (PS01-200)
    • Isolated Intracerebellar Hematoma - Spontaneous or Traumatic? Assoc Professor Philip Swan Lip Beh The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong HK (PS01-201)
    • Two Cases of Non Compact Cardiomyopathy Found at Autopsy in Sri Lanka Dr Harshana Mahendra Kumara Senanayake Teaching Hospital Anuradapura Anuradapura LK (PS01-202)
    • A Retrospective Study of Myocardial Bridge Cases Detected in TFMC From 2003 to 2016 Miss Junchao Zhang Department of Forensic Medicine, Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan CN (PS01-203)
    • The Use of Formaldehyde Imbedded Human Remains in Experimental Procedures Miss Hanna Friedlander University of Alberta Edmonton CA (PS01-204)
    • The Parameters of Eye-Track in Patients With Mental Disorder Due to Brain Damage Mr Chao Liu Shanghai Key Laboratory of Forensic Medicine; Shanghai Forensic Service Platform; Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, P.R.China shanghai CN (PS01-205)
    • Cervical Injuries in Drowning Cases Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA Mahdia TN (PS01-206)
    • Chronic Allostasis as a Candidate Mediator of Hippocampal Volume Change in Severe Mental Illness Dr Johannes Busch Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Copenhagen KBH Ø DK (PS01-207)
    • An Easy Way to Die. Plant Poisons in Sri Lanka: A Case Report Asst Professor Jayantha Chandrasiri Herath Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-208)
    • Sudden Unexpected Death of a Young Adult Male Due to Cardiac Hamartoma; A Case Report Asst Professor Jayantha Chandrasiri Herath Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-209)
    • The Sources of Contamination in the Forensic Diatom Test Mr Jian Zhao Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute/ Sun Yat-Sen University Guangzhou CN (PS01-210)
    • Evaluation of the Children for Crimes Against Property Assoc Professor N Canturk Ankara University Institute of Forensic Sciences Ankara TR (PS01-211)
    • Diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease Using Targeted PMCT Coronary Angiography Dr WAN LEI Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, PRC SHANGHAI CN (PS01-212)
    • The Contribution of Forensic Pathology in the Treatment of Caustic Ingestion Asst Professor HADJAZI OMAR UNIVERSITY OF SIDI BEL ABBES SIDI BEL ABBES DZ (PS01-213)
    • Proposals Death Certification Asst Professor HADJAZI OMAR UNIVERSITY OF SIDI BEL ABBES SIDI BEL ABBES DZ (PS01-214)
    • Correlation of Postmortem LODOX Radiological Images and Lung Pathology: A Prospective Autopsy Study Dr Karisha Claudia Quarrie University of Stellenbosch Cape Town ZA (PS01-215)
    • Spontaneous Haemothorax in Von Recklinghausen Diseases: A Fatal Case. Dr Martina Focardi University of Florence Florence IT (PS01-216)
    • Autopsic Examination Cases of Acute Esophageal Necrosis: Black Esophagus Assoc Professor Satoshi Furukawa Shiga University of Medical Science Otsu JP (PS01-217)
    • Anthropological Knowledge in Forensic Death Investigations of Unknown Skeletons: Indian Scenario Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Anthropology Department, Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-218)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    PL02: Plenary Lecture: Hong Kong Foundation Lecture - Forensic Issues in Human Migration

    Location: Grand Ballroom West & Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: Philip S.L. Beh, Hong Kong PRC
    • Forced Migration in a Global Context - Prof. Randall Hansen, Canada (PL02-02)
    • Challenges in Human Identification of Deceased Migrants Along U.S./Mexico Border - Prof. Lori E. Baker USA (PL02-01)
    • Genetic Identification and Human Migration - Prof. José Antonio Lorente, Spain (PL02-03)
  • 12:00 - 13:30

    Lunch Break & Poster Viewing (PS01)

    Location: Sheraton: Osgoode Ballroom West, Sheraton Ballroom E & F, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    • Cardio-Vascular Collapse of a Girl Due to Idiopathic Gastric Rupture. Dr Mehran Fereidooni Legal Medicine Organization shiraz IR (PS01-01)
    • A Review of Empirical Methods in Forensic Pathology Miss Tian Nie University of Toronto Toronto CA (PS01-02)
    • Lethal Acetaminophen Poisoning: Medico-Legal Implications Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA Mahdia TN (PS01-03)
    • Forensic Aspects of Child Abuse in Egypt. Mr mohamed salah abdelkhalek Egyptian Forensic Medicine Authority cairo,saydaa zaynab EG (PS01-04)
    • Burning the Infant Because of Postpartum Psychosis; A Case Report and Review of Literature Dr Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center Tehran IR (PS01-05)
    • Accidental or Fatal Child Maltreatment? Dr LUIS RAVANAL FORENSES CHILE SANTIAGO CL (PS01-06)
    • Sexual Homicide: An Unusual Case of Mechanical Asphyxia by Three Different Methods Assoc Professor Jozef Krajčovič Comenius University, Jessenius Faculty of Medicine Martin SK (PS01-07)
    • Extreme Violence Against Children and Elderly Women: Interprofessional Collaboration for Justice Dr Bogdan Malinescu Ilfov Medico Legal Service Bucharest RO (PS01-08)
    • Death During Indigenous Treatments: Chocking With a Half of Lime Dr Harshana Mahendra Kumara Senanayake Teaching Hospital Anuradapura Anuradapura LK (PS01-09)
    • Classification Trends Among Contemporary Filipino Crania Using Fordisc 3.1 Mr Matthew C. Go University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana US (PS01-10)
    • Using Nutrient Foramina to Discern Human From Nonhuman Long Bone Fragments in Forensic Anthropology Mrs Brigida Corrieri Cranfield University Shrivenham GB (PS01-11)
    • Comparison of Anthropological, Chemical and Molecular Identification of Human Skeletal Remains Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-12)
    • The Precision of Virtual Pelvises Derived From Clinical CT-Images for Forensic Anthropology Miss Kerri Lee Colman Academic Medical Centre Amsterdam NL (PS01-13)
    • Manual 3D Digital Facial Reconstruction: Validating the Procedure Mrs Ivana Šplíchalová Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-14)
    • Metric Pair-Matching of Calcanei in Commingled Remains Cases Miss Kayla Larissa Orr Saint Mary's University Halifax CA (PS01-15)
    • An Investigation of Taphonomic Changes and Decomposition Rates of Frozen Remains: A Porcine Model Miss Stephanie Grace Baker Western Sydney University Richmond AU (PS01-16)
    • 'Microanthropology': A Multidisciplinary Approach for Estimating PMI in an Australian Climate Dr Hayley Green Western Sydney University Penrith AU (PS01-17)
    • Three-Dimensional Facial Reconstruction Based on Soft Tissue Thickness From Head CT Scan Images Dr Kazuhiko Imaizumi National Research Institute of Police Science Chiba JP (PS01-18)
    • Estimation of Stature From the Leg and Foot Dimensions : Application on Tunisian Population Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA Mahdia TN (PS01-19)
    • Biomechanics and Composition of Buried Juvenile Pig Ribs in Relation to the Postmortem Interval Ms Luisa Marinho Simon Fraser University Burnaby CA (PS01-20)
    • Sexual Dimorphism in Human Hip Bone From the Perspective of 3D Surface Based Techniques Mr Marek Daňko Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-21)
    • Sex Determination By Discriminant Analysis Of 3D CT Measurements Of Foramen Magnum Dr Amira Alaa El-deen Nasr Ministry of justice Cairo EG (PS01-22)
    • Relationship Between Fracture Type and Force on Mammalian Juvenile Ribs (Sus scrofa, Linneaus) Miss Katie A. Boyd Laurentian University Sudbury CA (PS01-23)
    • Stature Estimation from Hand Length: Attempt to Population-nonspecific Method Mrs Věra Bártová Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-24)
    • Testing the Reproducibility of 3D Models of Long Bones: MDCT Versus 3D Surface Scanning Mr Lorenzo Campana University Center of Legal Medicine, Lausanne-Geneva Lausanne CH (PS01-25)
    • Estimation of Chronological Age Based on the Dental Development of the Third Mandibular Molars Professor Clotilde Rougé-Maillart University Hospital Angers FR (PS01-26)
    • Hierarchical Top-Down Examination of Cranial Gunshot Injuries Mrs Veronika Kováčová Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-27)
    • Bullet Calibre and Type Estimation Based on Ballistic Damage to Sus scrofa (Linnaeus) Long Bone Ms Bailey J Henwood Laurentian University Sudbury CA (PS01-28)
    • Forensic Medicine Case Report- Tale of a Dead Child Assoc Professor sangeet kaur kaur indira gandhi medical college shimla IN (PS01-29)
    • Inquest and Public Safety – Recommendations for Culture Change Dr Louise McNaughton-Filion Office of the Chief Coroner of Ontario Ottawa CA (PS01-31)
    • Is an Inquest the Only Tool in the Toolbox? Dr Louise McNaughton-Filion Office of the Chief Coroner of Ontario Ottawa CA (PS01-32)
    • When Did He Die? A Tale of Lipid Degradation Dr Maiken Ueland University of Technology Sydney Ultimo AU (PS01-33)
    • Review of Shellfish Illnesses and Deaths in Mississippi Dr Mark M. LeVaughn State Medical Examiner's Office Pearl US (PS01-34)
    • Detecting 1,4-Butanediol in Beverages Professor Zhaohua Dai Pace University New York US (PS01-35)
    • Forensic Science & Human Migration: The Role of Social Media Ms Emma Johnston De Montfort University Leicester GB (PS01-36)
    • The Nigeria Coroners' Laws: Evolution and Challenges Professor John Oladapo Obafunwa Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Lagos State University College of Medicine and Teaching Hospital Ikeja-Lagos NG (PS01-37)
    • Patterns of Homicide in Kuwait: A Retrospective Descriptive Study from 2003-2009 Asst Professor Salah Al-Waheeb Kuwait University Shamiyah KW (PS01-38)
    • Copan NUCLEIC-CARD™ Performance With Direct STR Assays Mrs Santina Castriciano Copan Italia Spa Brescia IT (PS01-39)
    • Using Drones for 3D On-Site Body Documentation. Experiments Inspired by Real-Life Forensic Cases Dr Petra Urbanova Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-40)
    • Aggregation-Induced Emission (AIE)-Active Fluorophores for Latent Fingerprint Analysis Dr Jin Xiaodong Jiangsu Police Institute Nanjing CN (PS01-41)
    • The Impact of One-Step Luminescent Cyanoacrylates on Subsequent DNA Analysis Ms Alicia Khuu University of Technology Sydney Ultimo AU (PS01-42)
    • Investigation into the Effect of Hand Sanitizers on Latent Fingermarks Dr Scott Chadwick University of Technology Sydney Broadway AU (PS01-43)
    • Family Physicians' Knowledge About Child Abuse Risk Factors and Attitudes for Legal Reporting Asst Professor Sinem Yildiz Inanici Marmara University Medical Faculty Istanbul TR (PS01-44)
    • Statistical Comparison of the Efficacy of US State DNA Databases Professor Oluseyi Adewale Vanderpuye Albany State University Albany US (PS01-45)
    • Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in Motorcycle Fatalities Asst Professor Marija Bakovic School of Medicine University of Zagreb Zagreb HR (PS01-46)
    • Addressing Challenges in Regulated and Validated Workflow Using Converge™ Software Mr Makesh Kumar Karpagavinaaygam Thermo Fisher Scientific South San Francisco US (PS01-47)
    • Estimation of Time Since Death Using a Body Cooling Models of Pigs Dr Dae-Kyoon Park Soonchunhyang University Cheonan KR (PS01-48)
    • Rapid DNA Identification of Human Remains: A New Path Forward for the Medico-legal Community Dr Amanda Sozer SNA International Alexandria US (PS01-49)
    • Hyperspectral Imaging: A Technique for Aging Blowfly Pupae Professor Ian Dadour Boston University School of Medicine BOSTON US (PS01-50)
    • Aggregation and Competition in Lucilia Sericata and Phormia Regina Meigen (Diptera:Calliphoridae) Miss Patricia O Okpara University of Windsor Windsor CA (PS01-51)
    • Reforming the Century Old Laws Relating to Investigation of Death (Coroner System) in Sri Lanka Professor Ravindra Fernando National Dangerous Drugs Control Board Rajagiriya LK (PS01-53)
    • Suicide in Pretoria: A Retrospective Review for the Period 2007 – 2010 Dr Ryan Blumenthal The University of Pretoria Pretoria ZA (PS01-54)
    • Epidemiological and Forensic Study of Criminal Deaths in the South of Tunisia Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-55)
    • Driving Under Influence of Psychoactive Substances-Related Casualties in Taiwan (2003-2015) Dr Kai-Ping Shaw Institute of Forensic Medicine, Ministry of Justice, Taiwan (ROC) New Taipei TW (PS01-56)
    • Environmental Crimes in Brazilian Federal District: An Analysis From 2009 to 2015 Miss Renata Esteves Ribeiro Universidade de Brasília Planaltina - DF BR (PS01-57)
    • Management of Scene of Crime, A Case Study of Nigeria Settings Mr PASCHAL CHINEDU GBARUKO NIGERIA POICE FORCE AWKA NG (PS01-58)
    • Evaluating the Impact of Different Ways of Presenting Trauma Evidence in Court: A Pilot Study Dr Soren Blau Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine / Monash University Melbourne AU (PS01-59)
    • CDC/FBI Joint Criminal-Epidemiological Investigations Workshop Course Evaluations: Data Analysis Dr GERONCIO CAGIGAS FAJARDO US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta US (PS01-60)
    • Knowledge Awareness and Practice Regarding Arsinocosis among the CHCP of Bangladesh Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA BOGRA BD (PS01-61)
    • The Relevance of Mathematics in Forensic Science Professor Angel Homero Flores Samaniego Colegio de Ciencias y Humanidades-UNAM Mexico City MX (PS01-62)
    • Applying HPTLC, Raman, SEM to Detect Grafting of Papers and Estimate Age of the Document Assoc Professor Hoang Manh Hung Institute of Forensic Science Ha Noi VN (PS01-63)
    • The Making of a Human Taphonomy Facility in Amsterdam, the Netherlands Professor Roelof-Jan Oostra Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam Amsterdam NL (PS01-64)
    • Forensic Pathology in Trinidad and Tobago Miss dennecia george The University of the West Indies St Augustine TT (PS01-65)
    • A Time Course Study Demonstrating Multi-RNA Changes to Estimate Postmortem Interval Mr Yehui Lv Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences Shanghai CN (PS01-66)
    • Reading Pathology in Bones for Creating the Biological Profile: The Case of Diabetes Mr Danilo De Angelis University of Milan Milan IT (PS01-67)
    • Third-Generation Airbag Deployment: Injury Patterns in Fatally Injured Drivers Dr Michael James Shkrum London Health Sciences Centre London CA (PS01-68)
    • The Metabolic Syndrome in a Post Mortem Perspective - A Study of the SURVIVE Cohort Dr Martin Roest Christensen University of Copenhagen Copenhagen East DK (PS01-69)
    • Do Resuscitation Attempts of Infants and Children Cause Bruises of the Neck? Ms Kimberly Wells WMU School of Medicine Kalamazoo US (PS01-70)
    • Coronary Artery Abnormalities as the Cause of Sudden Cardiac Death: A 20 Year Review Dr Bernard Pawlowicz McMaster University Hamilton CA (PS01-71)
    • The Relative Location of the Mental Foramen as a Determinant of Sex in Mandibles from Jamaicans Dr Landi Kimone Peart University of the West Indies Kingston JM (PS01-72)
    • Study on Myocardium of Sudden Traumatic Deaths to Suggest Diagnostic Criteria for Myocarditis Dr Indira Deepthi Kitulwatte Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka Ragama LK (PS01-73)
    • Demonic Possession & Exorcism: Investigative and Autopsy Findings in 3 Deaths From Canada Dr Andrew Scott Williams Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-74)
    • Comparison of Traumatic and Natural Disease of the Intestinal Tract in the Pediatric Population Dr Rebekah Jacques Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-75)
    • Road Traffic Fatalities in Children Younger Than 14 Years in Pretoria, 2005-2014. Dr Lorraine du Toit-Prinsloo University of Pretoria Sydney AU (PS01-76)
    • Procedure Related Deaths at the Pretoria Medico-Legal Laboratory Dr Lorraine du Toit-Prinsloo University of Pretoria Sydney AU (PS01-77)
    • Sudden Death Due to Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy:a Study of 40 Autopsy Cases Professor Hongmei Dong Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan CN (PS01-78)
    • Post-Mortem CT for Forensic Applications: A Systematic Review of Gunshot Deaths Dr Giovanni Battista Paliani Section of Legal Medicine, Public Health Institute, Catholic University Rome IT (PS01-79)
    • Fatal Intoxications: Do Subjects With Cardiac Pathologies Die at Lower Concentrations of Drugs? Dr Kanar Alkass Karolinska Institutet Stockholm SE (PS01-80)
    • Role of MPMCTA in the Congruence of Cardiovascular Measurements: Autopsy and Post-Mortem Imaging Mr Kewin Ducrot University Center of Legal Medicine Lausanne CH (PS01-81)
    • CircRNAs May Serve as Optimum Biomarkers in Forensic Research Mr Yehui Lv Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences Shanghai CN (PS01-82)
    • Ageing Changes in the Face and the Cardiovascular System Miss Meryem Ebedi William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London London GB (PS01-83)
    • A New Dimension in Fire Debris Analysis: Vacuum Ultraviolet (VUV) Absorption Spectroscopy Mr Paul Johnson VUV Analytics, Inc. Cedar Park US (PS01-84)
    • Retrospective Analysis of Post-Mortem Microbiology Cultures in Children Under Five Years of Age Ms Aysha Alyssa Khowessah Draves Laurentian University Sudbury CA (PS01-85)
    • Stable Isotope Analysis as Fingerprints of Life-History of Human Remains Excavated From a Well Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Anthropology Department, Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-86)
    • Severe, Unilateral Retinal Hemorrhage Implicates Trauma per Se as the Limiting Pathogenic Factor Arushi Tripathy Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine Kalamazoo US (PS01-87)
    • Is It Possible to Postpone Postmortem Diagnostic of Ketoacidotic States and Obtain Reliable Results? Dr Eduard Kralj University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine Ljubljana SI (PS01-88)
    • Socio-Demographic Analysis of Southern Sri Lanka Through Autopsy Data of Three Decades Dr Clifford Priyantha Perera Faculty of Medicine University of Ruhuna Galle LK (PS01-89)
    • Septic Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis Following a Minor Head Injury: A Rare Cause of Medico-Legal Death Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkoknoi TH (PS01-90)
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    • atal Acute Hemorrhagic Bowel Infarction Caused by Mesenteric Venous Thrombosis Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkoknoi TH (PS01-91)
    • Association between SCN5A Gene and Sudden Unexplained Nocturnal Death Syndrome in Thai Cadavers Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkok TH (PS01-92
    • Colchicine Destroys the Intestinal Barrier Function and Induces Endotoxin Shock Asst Professor Hiroki Tanaka Asahikawa Medical University Asahikawa JP (PS01-93)
    • Cardiomyopathies as a Cause of SCD in Egypt; Recognition and Preventive Strategies Needed Dr Nora Fawzy Fnon Forensic medicine authority-Ministry of justice El-sayeda Zeinab EG (PS01-94)
    • Particularities of the Dynamics of Suicide in Romania. Comparative Study for Two Counties. Dr Bogdan Malinescu Ilfov Medico Legal Service Bucharest RO (PS01-95)
    • Fatal Cardiac Perforation by Leaked PMMA Cement After Percutaneous Vertebroplasty Dr Martina Focardi University of Florence Florence IT (PS01-96)
    • Ascending Aortic Rupture Through a Penetrating Atherosclerotic Ulcer: A Rare Cause of Sudden Unexpected Death Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkoknoi TH (PS01-97)
    • Fatal Rapunzel Syndrome: Gastric and Intestinal Trichobezoar in a Boy With Trichotillomania Dr Rebekah Jacques Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-98)
    • MALDI TOF MS Imaging as a Novel Tool for Estimation of Postmortem Interval in Muscle Tissue Professor Ping Huang Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, PR China Shanghai CN (PS01-99)
    • Correlation of Cellular Autolytic Changes in Bone Marrow with Post-mortem Interval Dr Shankar M Bakkannavar Kasturba Medical College, Manipal University Select City living in IN (PS01-100)
    • An Unusual Case of Suicide in a Young Amateur Skydiver Dr Pierre-Antoine PEYRON University hospital of Montpellier Montpellier FR (PS01-101)
    • Filicide: Clinical and Qualitative Understanding of Parents Who Kill Their Children Professor Duarte Nuno Vieira Faculdade de Medicina Coimbra PT (PS01-102)
    • Epicardial Fat Association with Other Body Fat Deposits and Coronary Artery Stenosis Miss Louise Hindsø University of Copenhagen Copenhagen DK (PS01-103)
    • Suicide by Fatal Pentobarbital Intoxication in Ontario from 2012-2015 Ms Patricia Solbeck Centre of Forensic Sciences Toronto CA (PS01-104)
    • Bicuspid Aortic Valve: Sword of Damocles Over the Hearts of Vigorously Training Athletes Dr Martin Janík Jessenius Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University Martin SK (PS01-105)
    • AXUD1 Accelerates Stress-Induced Cardiomyocytes Apoptosis Through Activating Wnt Signaling Pathway Mr Xing Ye Fudan university shanghai CN (PS01-106)
    • The RIP Bullet: Presentation of Cases and Discussion of This New Novel Ammunition Dr Kendall Von Crowns Travis County Medical Examiner's Office Austin US (PS01-107)
    • The Disposition of John and Jane Doe in a Small Maritime Jurisdiction Dr KEN OBENSON Saint John Regional Hospital Saint John CA (PS01-108)
    • Challenges in Identification of Exhumed Skeletonised Human Remains of a Child: A Case Report Dr Remilekun Tosin Oluwakuyide Lagos University Teaching Hospital Lagos NG (PS01-109)
    • A Custom-Designed Membrane Filter for Enriching Diatoms in Forensic Diatom Test Mr Jian Zhao Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute/ Sun Yat-Sen University Guangzhou CN (PS01-110)
    • How Soil Clay Can Help to Solve Crimes: New Perspectives From Routine Analyses Dr Rodrigo Studart Corrêa Forensic Institute of Brasília Brasília BR (PS01-111)
    • The Estimation of the Postmortem Interval: A Physicochemical Model Duarte N Vieira University of Coimbra Coimbra PT (PS01-112)
    • Traumatic Rupture of MCA Followed by SAH: Tailored Approach With Post-Mortem Angiographic Findings Dr Sohyung Park National Forensic Service Seoul KR (PS01-113)
    • Aorto-Oesophageal Fistula: A Rare Cause for Upper Gastro-Intestinal Bleeding Dr Sanjaya Ravindra Hulathduwa University of Sri Jayawardenepure wijerama LK (PS01-114)
    • Diagnostic Labels and Multiple-Pathology Dr Sanjaya Ravindra Hulathduwa University of Sri Jayawardenepure wijerama LK (PS01-115)
    • Concentration of Hypoxanthine in Korean Vitreous Humor for the Estimation of Postmortem Interval Miss Ahra Go Chungnam national university Daejeon KR (PS01-116)
    • Survey of Bacterial Diversity Associated with Various Life Stages of Lucilia sericata in Virginia Mrs Denise Wohlfahrt Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond US (PS01-117)
    • An Indel Polymorphism within RYR2 Modulates Sudden Unexplained Death Risk in Chinese Populations Professor Yuzhen Gao Soochow University Jiangsu CN (PS01-118)
    • Deaths Due to Suicide in Puttalam, Sri Lanka: An Autopsy Study Dr Sriyantha Amararatne R R G Base Hospital Puttalam LK (PS01-119)
    • Three Gunshots and One Trajectory - Case Report of a Multiple Gunshot Suicide Duarte N Vieira Faculty of Medicine of the University of Coimbra Coimbra PT (PS01-120)
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    • orensic Autopsy of Decedents in Sleeping Accommodations in Munich, Germany Between 2011 and 2015 Dr Michael Josef Schwerer German Air Force Centre of Aerospace Medicine Fuerstenfeldbruck DE (PS01-121)
    • External-Cause Mortality in Young People Aged 10-24 Years During 1998-2016 in Epirus, Greece Professor Theodore Vougiouklakis University of Ioannina Ioannina GR (PS01-122)
    • Comparing Fist Size to Heart Size Is Not a Viable Technique to Assess Cardiomegaly Dr Lars Christian Ebert University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-123)
    • Fatal Accidents With Pedestrian Victims: PMCT and Autopsy Correlation Miss Vasiliki Chatzaraki Institute of Forensic Medicine Zurich CH (PS01-124)
    • Visualization Strategies Forensic Imaging and Virtopsy- Recommendations Based on Semiotic Analysis Dr Wolf Schweitzer University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-125)
    • Very Affordable Immersion Pump for Post Mortem CT Angiography in Forensic Pathology: First 10 Cases. Dr Wolf Schweitzer University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-126)
    • Undetermined Manner of Death: What's Missing? a 10-Year Study of Forensic Autopsies in Lisbon Dr Ana Abreu South Branch of the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Lisboa PT (PS01-127)
    • Psychological Assessment for Asylum Seekers in France Dr George PATRU Unité Médico-Judiciare, GHPSO Creil FR (PS01-128)
    • Aortic Stenosis in a Man With Multiple Sclerosis Involving the Brain Stem Dr Natasha Richards Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-129)
    • Fatal Angle Grinder - A Case Study Dr Joana Azevedo National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Porto PT (PS01-130)
    • Decapitation in Hanging Dr Jung Sik Jang National Forensic Service Daegu institution Daegu KR (PS01-131)
    • Hemoglobin A1c Level as Point-of-Care Testing in Postmortem Diagnosis Joo-Young Na CNUH Gwangju KR (PS01-132)
    • Delayed Death Due to Aortic Rupture After Chest Blunt Trauma: An Autopsy Report Jong-Tae Park Chonnam National University Medical School Gwangju KR (PS01-133)
    • A Burnt Body and Vena Caval Liquid Fat Dr KEN OBENSON Saint John Regional Hospital Saint John CA (PS01-134)
    • Forensic Anthropological Importance of Morphometric Variability in Human Clavicle Features Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Anthropology Department, Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-135)
    • Analysis of Urdu Handwriting and It's Recognition Mr Zumrad Usman Bhutta Government College University lahore Lahore PK (PS01-136)
    • Using Handwriting to Infer a Writer's Country of Origin for Forensic Intelligence Purposes Dr Marie Morelato University of Technology Sydney Broadway AU (PS01-137)
    • Analytical Method Coupled With Multivariate Analysis for Examination of Photocopier/Writing Papers Mr RAJ KUMAR PANJAB UNIVERSITY CHANDIGARH IN (PS01-138)
    • Organizing a Proficiency Test on Stamp Examination in Accordance With ISO/IEC 17043 Requirements Dr Wing-Sze Janesse Hui GOVERNMENT LABORATORY HONG KONG HK (PS01-139)
    • Enhanced Raman Analysis of Ballpoint Ink Entries by Thin Layer Chromatography Asst Professor Yanlin YU Southwest University of Political Science and Law Chongqing CN (PS01-140)
    • GC-MS Examination of Different Kinds of Copy Paper Asst Professor Jinyou Yang Southwest Universilitical Scty of Poience and Law Chongqing CN (PS01-141)
    • Forensic Examination of Rubber Stamps Mr Jatin Kumar Sharma Punjabi University Patiala IN (PS01-142)
    • Application of ESDA in Determination of Tampering Mr Nadeem-Ul-Hassan Khan Punjab Forensic Science Agency Lahore PK (PS01-143)
    • Determination of the Age of Iron Based Ink: A Feasability Study Dr Albert H Lyter Federal Forensic Associates, Inc. Raleigh US (PS01-144)
    • How Well Do People Know Their Signatures? Dr Ian James Turner University of Derby Derby GB (PS01-145)
    • Handwriting Examination in a Case of Twin Brothers Miss Narumi Pereira Lima National Institute of Criminalistics - Federal Police Brasília BR (PS01-146)
    • A Case of Aortic Dissection with Novel Genetic Mutation Dr Trudy-Ann Kalyana Brown Ontario Forensic Pathology Service and Centre for Forensic Science and Medicine Toronto CA (PS01-147)
    • Diaphragmatic Hernias Presenting as Sudden Death: 2 Case Reports. Dr Charmaine Van Wyk Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University Pretoria ZA (PS01-148)
    • The Analysis of Ballpoint Inks With APCI-MS After Fading With Light, Peroxide and Bleach Dr Claire Louise Williamson University of Central Lancashire Preston GB (PS01-149)
    • The Study of Electroencephalogram in Assessment of Mild Psychiatry Impairment Professor wei guan Shanghai Key Laboratory of Forensic Medicine; Shanghai Forensic Service Platform; Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, P.R.China shanghai CN (PS01-150)
    • Virtual Autopsy: An Essential Tool in Gunshot Wounds, Even Not Immediately Lethal Dr Lucile Tuchtan assistance publique hopitaux de Marseille Marseille FR (PS01-151)
    • Combined Use of PMCT 3D Reconstruction and 3D-Design Software for Postmortem Ballistic Dr Lucile Tuchtan assistance publique hopitaux de Marseille Marseille FR (PS01-152)
    • Rare Autopsy Findings in Bodies Buried Beneath a Mountain of Dump Ahmad Shojaei Legal Medicine research Center Tehran IR (PS01-153)
    • Value of Postmortem CT in the Diagnosis of Tension Pneumothorax Due to Acupuncture Assoc Professor jianhua zhang Institute of Forensic Sciences, Ministry of Justice,PRC Shanghai CN (PS01-154)
    • Identification of Sperms on Human Skin after Death Dr Sanaa M Aly Faculty of Medicine, Suez Canal University Ismailia EG (PS01-156)
    • Diatom Test Is Still a Reliable Method for the Diagnosis of Drowning Mr Jian Zhao Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute/ Sun Yat-Sen University Guangzhou CN (PS01-157)
    • Strychnine Poisoning: A Rare Case Report Dr Joana Rita Coelho Batista North Branch of the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Porto PT (PS01-158)
    • Atypical Non-Ballistic Penetrating Missile Injury in an Industrial Setup: Rare Case Reports Professor Yogender Singh Bansal Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & research chandigarh IN (PS01-159)
    • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Due to Dissection of PICA Dr Noel McAuliffe Provincial Forensic Pathology Unit Toronto CA (PS01-160)
    • Sudden Infant Death of Monozygotic Twin on the Same Day: A Case Report Asst Professor Rayyan Adnan Ali An Najah National University Nablus PS (PS01-161)
    • Anomalous Origin of Left Main Coronary Artery From Pulmonary Artery Asst Professor Rayyan Adnan Ali An Najah National University Nablus PS (PS01-162)
    • Unravelling the Mysteries Behind Sudden Death Assoc Professor Subitha K Government Medical College,Kottayam Kottayam IN (PS01-163)
    • MiR-19b Inhibits GJA1 and Synergizes miR-1 in VMC Mr Junyi Lin Fudan University shanghai CN (PS01-164)
    • Modern Possibilities of Using the Data Obtained During Forensic Examination Mrs Inna Olegovna Chizhikova Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation Moscow RU (PS01-165)
    • Fatal Anaphylaxis as an Unusual Presentation of Hepatic Hydatid Cyst: An Auto(PSy Case Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-166)
    • Geocaching: A Rare Cause of Accidental Hanging Assoc Professor Ľubomír Straka Jessenius Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University Martin SK (PS01-167)
    • Injury-Related Deaths in Enugu, Nigeria From 2010 to 2016: A Descriptive Review Dr Samuel Ajogwu Robsam Ohayi Enugu State University Teaching Hospital, Enugu, Nigeria Enugu NG (PS01-168)
    • Death of an Infant During a Circumcision Surgery: Is It Criminal Medical Negligence? Dr Sriyantha Amararatne R R G Base Hospital Puttalam LK (PS01-169)
    • Death During a Plastic Surgery: Is It Civil Medical Negligence? Dr Sriyantha Amararatne R R G Base Hospital Puttalam LK (PS01-170)
    • Fatal Bronchovascular Fistula Visualized through Postmortem Computed Tomography Angiography Dr Philipp Hinderberger University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-171)
    • Immunohistochemical Localization of Langerhans Cells as a Tool of Vitality in Hanging Mark Wounds Dr Martina Focardi University of Florence Florence IT (PS01-172)
    • Findings in Post-Mortem Computer Tomography and Auto(PSy in a Fatal Case of Stomach Ache Mr Christoph Joachim Anders University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-173)
    • Defining Exposure Time Using Burn Severity of Skin Tissue Under the Scanning Electron Microscope Dr Shashi Jasra University of Windsor Windsor CA (PS01-174)
    • Case Report: Sudden Death by Aortic Aneurysm Rupture Into the Esophagus Dr Sílvia Duarte de Andrade South Branch of the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences, I.P. Lisboa PT (PS01-175)
    • Difficulties in Proving by Autopsy the Cause of Death by Insect Order of Hymenoptera Sting Dr Bogdan Malinescu Ilfov Medico Legal Service Bucharest RO (PS01-176)
    • Stab Wound Suicide, Difficulties Establishing the Manner of Death - A Case Report Dr Joana Azevedo National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Porto PT (PS01-177)
    • Analysis of Abnormal CT Scans Using Virtual Autopsy Software ‘Invivo5.4’ by Anatomage Dr Shashi Jasra University of Windsor Windsor CA (PS01-178)
    • Analysis of Postmortem Changes in Internal Organs and Gases Using Computed Tomography Data Dr Miki Okumura Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kyushu University Fukuoka JP (PS01-179)
    • A Study on the Discrimination of Copy Paper Using Non-destructive Optical Inspection Dr Ka Young Lee National Forensic Service Wonju-si KR (PS01-180)
    • Examination of Writing Inks via Analytical Methods and Multivariate Analysis Asst Professor VISHAL SHARMA Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-181)
    • Efficient Wavebands for the Detection of Obliterated Writings by Mid-Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging Dr Shigeru Sugawara National Research Institute of Police Science Kashiwa JP (PS01-182)
    • Examination Of The Handwriting Of Identical Twins Ms Behice Seyda Turedi Van provincial police department van TR (PS01-183)
    • Habits of Writing Heading Based on Education Level in Handwriting Examination Assoc Professor N Canturk Ankara University Institute of Forensic Sciences Ankara TR (PS01-184)
    • Analysis Of Name Writings & Signatures/Initials Of The Persons And Their Significance Dr VIKRAM RAJ SINGH CHAUHAN PATIALA BUREAU OF IDENTIFICATION PATIALA IN (PS01-185)
    • Indentation Recovery Threshold using the Electrostatic Detection Apparatus ® Dr Ian James Turner University of Derby Derby GB (PS01-186)
    • Determination of Pen Ink Resins by Thermal Desorption and Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University Istanbul TR (PS01-187)
    • Assessment of Heart Weight and Heart Weight/Body Parameters Coefficient in Southern Iranian Adults Dr Mohammad Zarenezhad Legal Medicine research Center Tehran IR (PS01-188)
    • Study of Cause of Death and Identification in Exhumed Body Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA Bogra BD (PS01-189)
    • Asphyxia or Ethanol-Intoxication? A Forensic Pathological and Toxicological Case Report Dr Sizhe Huang Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan, Hubei CN (PS01-190)
    • When You Seed Violence You Harvest Violence- Adolescent Parricide. Case Presentation Professor Beatrice Gabriela Ioan Gr.T.Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi RO (PS01-191)
    • A Comparison of Suicide by Self-Immolation Before and After Revolution of January 2011 Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-192)
    • Sociodemographic and Clinical Profile in Elderly Suicide Victims: 34 Autopsy Case Studies Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-193)
    • Medicolegal Management of Unidentified Bodies; A Comparative Study from Three Provinces in Sri Lanka Dr Udara Dilrukshi Senarathne University of Sri Jayewardenepura Nugegoda LK (PS01-194)
    • Child Suicide in the Outskirts of Maputo Asst Professor Denisse Alcobia Reves International Association of Forensic Sciences Maputo MZ (PS01-195)
    • Applying 3D Human Body Shape in Forensic Identification Tasks Mr Dominik Černý Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-196)
    • Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy - a Case Report at Literature Review Dr George PATRU Unité Médico-Judiciare, GHPSOCreil FR (PS01-197)
    • Study of Death by Fire Arm Injury Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA BOGRA BD (PS01-198)
    • Myocardial Bridging of Coronary Arteries: Sudden Unexpected Deaths in a 38–Year–Old Woman Dr ayman Ahmed Hassan forensic authority egypt cairo EG (PS01-199)
    • The Prevalence of Blood Borne Viral Infections Among Autopsy Cases in Jordan Professor Imad M AL-Abdallat The university of Jordan Amman JO (PS01-200)
    • Isolated Intracerebellar Hematoma - Spontaneous or Traumatic? Assoc Professor Philip Swan Lip Beh The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong HK (PS01-201)
    • Two Cases of Non Compact Cardiomyopathy Found at Autopsy in Sri Lanka Dr Harshana Mahendra Kumara Senanayake Teaching Hospital Anuradapura Anuradapura LK (PS01-202)
    • A Retrospective Study of Myocardial Bridge Cases Detected in TFMC From 2003 to 2016 Miss Junchao Zhang Department of Forensic Medicine, Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan CN (PS01-203)
    • The Use of Formaldehyde Imbedded Human Remains in Experimental Procedures Miss Hanna Friedlander University of Alberta Edmonton CA (PS01-204)
    • The Parameters of Eye-Track in Patients With Mental Disorder Due to Brain Damage Mr Chao Liu Shanghai Key Laboratory of Forensic Medicine; Shanghai Forensic Service Platform; Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, P.R.China shanghai CN (PS01-205)
    • Cervical Injuries in Drowning Cases Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA Mahdia TN (PS01-206)
    • Chronic Allostasis as a Candidate Mediator of Hippocampal Volume Change in Severe Mental Illness Dr Johannes Busch Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Copenhagen KBH Ø DK (PS01-207)
    • An Easy Way to Die. Plant Poisons in Sri Lanka: A Case Report Asst Professor Jayantha Chandrasiri Herath Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-208)
    • Sudden Unexpected Death of a Young Adult Male Due to Cardiac Hamartoma; A Case Report Asst Professor Jayantha Chandrasiri Herath Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-209)
    • The Sources of Contamination in the Forensic Diatom Test Mr Jian Zhao Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute/ Sun Yat-Sen University Guangzhou CN (PS01-210)
    • Evaluation of the Children for Crimes Against Property Assoc Professor N Canturk Ankara University Institute of Forensic Sciences Ankara TR (PS01-211)
    • Diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease Using Targeted PMCT Coronary Angiography Dr WAN LEI Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, PRC SHANGHAI CN (PS01-212)
    • The Contribution of Forensic Pathology in the Treatment of Caustic Ingestion Asst Professor HADJAZI OMAR UNIVERSITY OF SIDI BEL ABBES SIDI BEL ABBES DZ (PS01-213)
    • Proposals Death Certification Asst Professor HADJAZI OMAR UNIVERSITY OF SIDI BEL ABBES SIDI BEL ABBES DZ (PS01-214)
    • Correlation of Postmortem LODOX Radiological Images and Lung Pathology: A Prospective Autopsy Study Dr Karisha Claudia Quarrie University of Stellenbosch Cape Town ZA (PS01-215)
    • Spontaneous Haemothorax in Von Recklinghausen Diseases: A Fatal Case. Dr Martina Focardi University of Florence Florence IT (PS01-216)
    • Autopsic Examination Cases of Acute Esophageal Necrosis: Black Esophagus Assoc Professor Satoshi Furukawa Shiga University of Medical Science Otsu JP (PS01-217)
    • Anthropological Knowledge in Forensic Death Investigations of Unknown Skeletons: Indian Scenario Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Anthropology Department, Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-218)
  • 13:45 - 14:30

    CS01: The IAFS 2017 G. Raymond Chang Award & Lecture

    Location: Grand Ballroom West & Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: Dr. Michael S. Pollanen, Toronto Canada , Toronto, Canada
    • Role of Forensic Medicine in Evaluating Non-Fatal Violence Against Women by Their Husbands in Jordan - Prof. Imad Alabdallat. Jordan (CS01-01)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    CS02: Invited Speaker Session: Terrorism and Armed Conflict

    Location: Grand Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Dr. Soledad Martinez, Toronto, Canada, Dr. Dirk Huyer, Santiago, Chile & Dr. Zaid Al-Yousuf, Baghdad, Iraq
    • 1:45 - 2:15 Who Owns the Dead? The Recovery, Identification, and Memorialization of Sept. 11 World Trade Center Victims. - Prof. Jay D. Aronson, USA (CS02-01)
    • 2:15 - 2:45 Terrorism and Armed Conflicts: Sri Lankan Perspectives - Dr. Sarathchandra Kodikara. Sri Lanka (CS02-02)
    • 2:45 - 3:15 Mass Fatality Management Response to the Complex Coordinated Attack - Dr. Roger A, Mitchell, J., USA (CS02-03)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    OA01: Oral Session: Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences

    Location: Sheraton Hall B, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Keith J.B. Rix, Colton, United Kingdom, Duncan Way, Orillia, Canada
    • Oral Session Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences Oral Session 1214 Burn-Out and Psycho-Trauma Amongst Staff in a Forensic Psychiatry Inpatient Program: A Pilot Study -Badar Al Habsi. McMaster University CA (OA01-01)
    • Oral Session Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences Oral Session 1492 Neuroscience Application in in Autopsy Examination  Maria Paola Bonasoni Arcispedale Santa -Maria Nuova IT (OA01-03)
    • Oral Session Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences Oral Session 1237 Attachment, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Coping and Alexithymia in Sexually Abused Adolescents - Itır TARI CÖMERT Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakıf University TR (OA01-04)
    • Oral Session Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences Oral Session 1323 Mental Health Miscarriages of Justice: Criminalizing Sickness in the 21st Century David N Khey University of Louisiana at Lafayette US (OA01-05)
    • Oral Session Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences Oral Session 279 Accessibility and Utilization of Health Information Services on Wellbeing Among Prison Inmates Ronke Grace Awopetu Benue State University. NG (OA01-06)
    • Between the Canadian and French Court Ordered Psychiatric Assessment - Sebastien Prat. Hamilton, Canada (OA01-07)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    OA02: Oral Session: Forensic Pathology

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Charis Kepron, Ottawa, Canada & Andreas Marnerides, London, United Kingdom
    • 492 Tissue Donation and Coronial Death Investigation Noel W Woodford Monash University AU (OA02-01)
    • 974 Thunderstorm Asthma: A Cluster of Deaths in Melbourne Rebecca Owen Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine AU (OA02-02)
    • 1054 A New Model Where Coroners and Forensic Pathologists Work Literally Side by Side Jodie J Leditschke Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine AU (OA02-03)
    • 1168 Trends in Deaths in Care Homes in Cases Reported to the Coroner Peter Vanezis William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London GB (OA02-04)
    • 1205 The SURVIVE Study: Experiences From a Danish National Autopsy-Based Study of Deceased Mentally Ill Jytte Banner University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health Sciences DK (OA02-05)
    • 1417 The Re-Development of the Mississippi State Medical Examiner’s Office Mark M. LeVaughn State Medical Examiner's Office US (OA02-06)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    OA03: Oral Session: Criminalistics

    Location: Chestnut East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Thomas Greer, Toronto, Canada & Ray Palmer, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
    • Forensic in Silico: Multivariate Methods Applied to Image Analysis on Ballistic Comparison - Asst Prof. Aline Bruni. FFCLRP/USP. Brazil (OA03-01)
    • Recognising and Reporting Limitations in the Science of Fingerprints - Caroline Gibb. Victoria Police. Australia (OA03-02)
    • Persistence of Organic Gunshot Residues Evidence - Matthieu Maitre. University of Technology Sydney. Australia (OA03-03)
    • Estimating Error Rates for Firearm Evidence Identifications in Forensic Science - Junfeng Song. NIST. USA (OA03-04)
    • Expertise, Context, and De-Biasing: Factors That Affect Bloodstain Pattern Interpretation - Nikola Osborne. University of California Irvine. USA (OA03-05)
    • Accelerometer and Gyroscope Prototype Proposal to Improve Forensics Work in Brazil - Vinicius Lima. Civil Police of Distrito Federal. Brazil (OA03-06)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    OA04: Oral Session: General

    Location: Chestnut West , Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: Eric Baccino, Montpellier, France & James Sproule, Toronto, Canada
    • 146 Autonomous Vehicle Human Factors Ethics in the United States Laura Lynn Liptai Biomedical Forensics US (OA04-01)
    • 1060 Enhanced Chemical Profiling of Human Decomposition in a Case Study Lena M Dubois University of Liège BE (OA04-02)
    • 1164 CasuisCrime: An Innovative Project to Make the Best of Case Studies for Forensic Science Education Simon Baechler University of Lausanne CH (OA04-03)
    • 1505 Replicators an alternative for local capacity building in forensic identification in Mexico Arturo Cervantes International Committee of the Red Cross MX (OA04-04)
    • 1568 The Serial Killer Jeffrey Dahmer: 25 Years Later Jeffrey Mitchell Jentzen University of Michigan US (OA04-05)
  • 13:45 - 17:30

    CSFS01: Canadian Society of Forensic Science (CSFS)

    Location: Sheraton Hall B, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Annie Vallière, Ottawa, Canada (13:45–15:30) & Cecilia Hageman, Oshawa, Canada (15:30-17:30)
    • Forensic Science Perception from Decision-Makers in Quebec Police Organizations - Vincent Mousseau. Canada (CSFS01-01)
    • Investigating the Influence of Fire Modification on the Odour of Decomposition - Dr. Katie Nizio. Australia (CSFS01-02)
    • The Impacts of Neo-liberalism on Forensic Sciences, Justice and the Rule of Law - Marco Ghirotto. Canada (CSFS01-03)
    • Scientific Evidence or Junk Science - Dr. Douglas Lucas. Canada (CSFS01-04)
    • Chemical Analysis of False Identity Documents: A New Contribution to Forensic Intelligence? - Caroline Mireault. Canada (CSFS01-05)
    • Implementation of a Probabilistic Genotyping Software (STRmixTM): Getting Everyone on Board - Sarah Noel. Canada (CSFS01-06)
    • Implementation of a Structured Database to Assess Transfer Traces Value at Activity Level - Prof. Frank Crispino. Canada (CSFS01-07)
    • Is Human Decomposition Fluid a Valid Training Aid for Cadaver-Detection Dogs? - Dr. Rebecca Buis. Australia (CSFS01-08)
    • Client Partnerships to Facilitate Introduction of New Forensic DNA Technology to the Justice System - Melanie Richard. Canada (CSFS01-09)
    • Validating and Implementing STRmix™, a Probabilistic Genotyping System, for Forensic DNA Casework - Jennifer MacLean. Canada (CSFS01-10)
    • RCMP Fingerprint Expert Testimony Challenged in British Coulmbia Supreme Court - Dr. Della Wilkinson. Canada (CSFS01-11)
    • The Intersection of Forensic Science and the Law: Wrongful Convictions and the Path Forward - Cecilia Hagerman. Canada (CSFS01-12)
    • Finding the Best Way to Present Expert Evidence for Juror Comprehension in Canadian Criminal Cases - Prof. Rhonda Smith. Canada (CSFS01-13)
    • Forensic DNA Analysis and Wildlife Investigations: A Perfect Match - Lindsey Monderman. Canada (CSFS01-14)
    • Road Safety Considerations With the Legalization of Marijuana - an Overview - Abe Verghis. Canada (CSFS01-15)
    • Extraction by Dispersive Liquid Microextraction for Drugs Detection by HPLC and GC-MS - Asst Prof. Mehdi Forouzesh. Iran (CSFS01-16)
    • Development of a new method for simultaneous quantitative BHB and GHB analysis by GC-MS - Martine Lamarche. Canada (CSFS01-17)
    • Documenting Bloodstains Beneath Paint Layers Using Multi-Spectral Forensic Photography Techniques - Natasha Arielle Dilkie. Canada. Saint Mary's University (CSFSP-01)
    • Inter-professional Collaboration Survey - The Global Network of a Canadian Forensic Specialist - Tobin Tanaka Canada. Forensic Document Examiner (CSFSP-02)
    • Developing a Method for the Collection and Analysis of Burnt Remains – Dr. Katie Diana Nizio. Australia. University of Technology, Sydney (CSFSP-03)
    • Accelerometer and Gyroscope Prototype Proposal to Improve Forensics Work in Brazil - Mr Vinícius de Oliveira Lima. Brazil. Civil Police of Distrito Federal (CSFSP-04)
    • Police Oversight: Sociological Impacts of the Coroners Inquests -Vincent Michael Eagan. Canada. York Regional Police (CSFSP-05)
    • Development and Implementation of Human Remains Procurement Protocol and Dog Training Program. - Ms Natasha Arielle Dilkie. Canada. Nova Scotia Medical Examiner Service (CSFSP-06)
    • A Congruent Matching Profile Segments (CMPS) Method for Bullet Signature Correlations - Dr. Wei Chu. USA. National Institute of Standards and Technology (CSFSP-07)
    • Sexing Juvenile Remains: A Test of Current Methods - Alexandra Rocca. Canada. University of Alberta (CSFSP-08)
    • Forensic Document Examination in International Humanitarian and Human Rights Cases - Tobin Tanaka. Canada. Forensic Document Examiner (CSFSP-09)
    • First case of U-47700 at the Southern Minnesota Regional Medical Examiner's Office - Professor Loralie J Langman. USA. Mayo Clinic (CSFSP-10)
    • The Bone Impactor: An Instrumented Device for Simulating Blunt- or Sharp-Force Trauma - Justin R Gaudet. Canada. Laurentian University (CSFSP-11)
    • Establishing the First Human Decomposition Facility in Australia - Professor Shari Louise Forbes. Australia. University of Technology Sydney (CSFSP-12)
    • Rationalization of B & E Cases Processing: Increased Success Rates in Obtaining Valid DNA Profiles - Veronica Hidalgo-Monroy. Canada. Laboratoire de Sciences Judiciaires et de Médecine Légale (CSFSP-13)
    • Forensic Human Identification in Syria - Dr. Talaat Al Mouh. Lebanon. Lebanese University (CSFSP-14)
    • A Minimally-Invasive Internal Gas Reservoir Monitoring Method for Postmortem Examinations - Asst Professor Katelynn A. Perrault. USA. Chaminade University of Honolulu (CSFSP-15)
    • Elemental Inhomogeneities in Samples of Float Glass and Their Relevance to Forensic Investigations - Alex James Heydon. Canada. Centre of Forensic Sciences (CSFSP-16)
    • Evaluation and Implementation of the RapidHIT™ Instrument for Rapid Human DNA Identification - Heather Shacker. Canada. Centre of Forensic Sciences (CSFSP-17)
    • The Use of Tandem Mass Spectrometry in Screening and Confirmation of Drugs of Abuse Testing - Dr. Bassam A. Nassar. Canada Nova Scotia Health Authority-Central Zone (CSFSP-18)
    • Determining the Presence of Spermatozoa From Male DNA Fractionation During Differential Extraction - Gerry Alderson. Canada. Centre of Forensic Sciences (CSFSP-19)
    • Determining the Presence of Spermatozoa From Male DNA Fractionation During Differential Extraction - Gerry Alderson. Canada. Centre of Forensic Sciences (CSFSP-20)
    • Clothing and Bedding From Sexual Assaults Cases: Is DNA Analysis Still Relevant After Laundering? - Magali Loyer. Canada. Laboratoire de Sciences Judiciaires et de Médecine Légale (CSFSP-21)
    • An Assessment of Different Methods of GSR Deposition on Clothing and Hands in a Firing Range - Dr. Elspeth Lindsay. Canada. Centre of Forensic Sciences (CSFSP-22)
    • To Study Soil Color Beneath the Buried Carcass of Pig as Evidence for Forensic Science - Sarabjit Singh. India, Punjabi University (CSFSP-23)
    • Violence Against Women, Medico-social Study (2015-2016) CHU Setif-Algeria Professor Saadia Benkobbi DZ CHU SETIF (CSFSP-24)
    • Assessing the Use of DNA Expert Evidence, by Justice System Participants, in Ontario Criminal Courts - Dawn Cohen. Canada. UOIT (CSFSP-25)
    • Chemical Enhancement of 2D Bloodied Footwear Impressions on a Tile Substrate - Edman Abukar. Canada. University of Toronto Mississauga (CSFSP-26)
    • Problem Wildlife: Using DNA to Identify Perpetrators in Animal Attacks - Lindsey Monderman. Canada. Government of Alberta (CSFSP-27)
    • Transfer and Persistence of DNA as a Result of Skin-to-Skin Fondling/Grabbing - Melissa Kell. Canada. Centre of Forensic Sciences (CSFSP-28)
    • Electrophysiological Response of Phormia Regina to Cadaveric Pig Volatile Organic Compounds - Julie Ly. Canada. University of Ontario Institute of Technology (CSFSP-29)
    • Y chromosome and mtDNA Diversity in a French-Canadian Population and Lessons for Forensic Genetics - Alexandra Doyon. Canada. Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (CSFSP-30)
    • Juvenile Death and Fire: A Preliminary Look at Cremation Processes in Juvenile Remains - Kayleigh Watson. Canada. University of Alberta (CSFSP-31)
    • Grateful for Your Service: A Proposal to Better Coordinate Military Death Investigations - Laurel Clegg. Tunisia. International Committee of the Red Cross (CSFSP-32)
    • Answering the Families: Antemortem Data Collection for Missing Migrants in West Africa - Laurel
    • Clegg. Tunisia. International Committee of the Red Cross (CSFSP-33)
    • Can Species–Level Oral Bacteriome Compositions Be Used for Human Identification Into Family Units? - Dr. Kingsley Anukam. Canada. Uzobiogene Genomics (CSFSP-34)
  • 15:15 - 16:00

    Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing Session (PS01)

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom West, Sheraton Ballroom, E & F, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    • Cardio-Vascular Collapse of a Girl Due to Idiopathic Gastric Rupture. Dr Mehran Fereidooni Legal Medicine Organization shiraz IR (PS01-01)
    • A Review of Empirical Methods in Forensic Pathology Miss Tian Nie University of Toronto Toronto CA (PS01-02)
    • Lethal Acetaminophen Poisoning: Medico-Legal Implications Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA Mahdia TN (PS01-03)
    • Forensic Aspects of Child Abuse in Egypt. Mr mohamed salah abdelkhalek Egyptian Forensic Medicine Authority cairo,saydaa zaynab EG (PS01-04)
    • Burning the Infant Because of Postpartum Psychosis; A Case Report and Review of Literature Dr Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center Tehran IR (PS01-05)
    • Accidental or Fatal Child Maltreatment? Dr LUIS RAVANAL FORENSES CHILE SANTIAGO CL (PS01-06)
    • Sexual Homicide: An Unusual Case of Mechanical Asphyxia by Three Different Methods Assoc Professor Jozef Krajčovič Comenius University, Jessenius Faculty of Medicine Martin SK (PS01-07)
    • Extreme Violence Against Children and Elderly Women: Interprofessional Collaboration for Justice Dr Bogdan Malinescu Ilfov Medico Legal Service Bucharest RO (PS01-08)
    • Death During Indigenous Treatments: Chocking With a Half of Lime Dr Harshana Mahendra Kumara Senanayake Teaching Hospital Anuradapura Anuradapura LK (PS01-09)
    • Classification Trends Among Contemporary Filipino Crania Using Fordisc 3.1 Mr Matthew C. Go University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana US (PS01-10)
    • Using Nutrient Foramina to Discern Human From Nonhuman Long Bone Fragments in Forensic Anthropology Mrs Brigida Corrieri Cranfield University Shrivenham GB (PS01-11)
    • Comparison of Anthropological, Chemical and Molecular Identification of Human Skeletal Remains Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-12)
    • The Precision of Virtual Pelvises Derived From Clinical CT-Images for Forensic Anthropology Miss Kerri Lee Colman Academic Medical Centre Amsterdam NL (PS01-13)
    • Manual 3D Digital Facial Reconstruction: Validating the Procedure Mrs Ivana Šplíchalová Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-14)
    • Metric Pair-Matching of Calcanei in Commingled Remains Cases Miss Kayla Larissa Orr Saint Mary's University Halifax CA (PS01-15)
    • An Investigation of Taphonomic Changes and Decomposition Rates of Frozen Remains: A Porcine Model Miss Stephanie Grace Baker Western Sydney University Richmond AU (PS01-16)
    • 'Microanthropology': A Multidisciplinary Approach for Estimating PMI in an Australian Climate Dr Hayley Green Western Sydney University Penrith AU (PS01-17)
    • Three-Dimensional Facial Reconstruction Based on Soft Tissue Thickness From Head CT Scan Images Dr Kazuhiko Imaizumi National Research Institute of Police Science Chiba JP (PS01-18)
    • Estimation of Stature From the Leg and Foot Dimensions : Application on Tunisian Population Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA Mahdia TN (PS01-19)
    • Biomechanics and Composition of Buried Juvenile Pig Ribs in Relation to the Postmortem Interval Ms Luisa Marinho Simon Fraser University Burnaby CA (PS01-20)
    • Sexual Dimorphism in Human Hip Bone From the Perspective of 3D Surface Based Techniques Mr Marek Daňko Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-21)
    • Sex Determination By Discriminant Analysis Of 3D CT Measurements Of Foramen Magnum Dr Amira Alaa El-deen Nasr Ministry of justice Cairo EG (PS01-22)
    • Relationship Between Fracture Type and Force on Mammalian Juvenile Ribs (Sus scrofa, Linneaus) Miss Katie A. Boyd Laurentian University Sudbury CA (PS01-23)
    • Stature Estimation from Hand Length: Attempt to Population-nonspecific Method Mrs Věra Bártová Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-24)
    • Testing the Reproducibility of 3D Models of Long Bones: MDCT Versus 3D Surface Scanning Mr Lorenzo Campana University Center of Legal Medicine, Lausanne-Geneva Lausanne CH (PS01-25)
    • Estimation of Chronological Age Based on the Dental Development of the Third Mandibular Molars Professor Clotilde Rougé-Maillart University Hospital Angers FR (PS01-26)
    • Hierarchical Top-Down Examination of Cranial Gunshot Injuries Mrs Veronika Kováčová Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-27)
    • Bullet Calibre and Type Estimation Based on Ballistic Damage to Sus scrofa (Linnaeus) Long Bone Ms Bailey J Henwood Laurentian University Sudbury CA (PS01-28)
    • Forensic Medicine Case Report- Tale of a Dead Child Assoc Professor sangeet kaur kaur indira gandhi medical college shimla IN (PS01-29)
    • Inquest and Public Safety – Recommendations for Culture Change Dr Louise McNaughton-Filion Office of the Chief Coroner of Ontario Ottawa CA (PS01-31)
    • Is an Inquest the Only Tool in the Toolbox? Dr Louise McNaughton-Filion Office of the Chief Coroner of Ontario Ottawa CA (PS01-32)
    • When Did He Die? A Tale of Lipid Degradation Dr Maiken Ueland University of Technology Sydney Ultimo AU (PS01-33)
    • Review of Shellfish Illnesses and Deaths in Mississippi Dr Mark M. LeVaughn State Medical Examiner's Office Pearl US (PS01-34)
    • Detecting 1,4-Butanediol in Beverages Professor Zhaohua Dai Pace University New York US (PS01-35)
    • Forensic Science & Human Migration: The Role of Social Media Ms Emma Johnston De Montfort University Leicester GB (PS01-36)
    • The Nigeria Coroners' Laws: Evolution and Challenges Professor John Oladapo Obafunwa Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Lagos State University College of Medicine and Teaching Hospital Ikeja-Lagos NG (PS01-37)
    • Patterns of Homicide in Kuwait: A Retrospective Descriptive Study from 2003-2009 Asst Professor Salah Al-Waheeb Kuwait University Shamiyah KW (PS01-38)
    • Copan NUCLEIC-CARD™ Performance With Direct STR Assays Mrs Santina Castriciano Copan Italia Spa Brescia IT (PS01-39)
    • Using Drones for 3D On-Site Body Documentation. Experiments Inspired by Real-Life Forensic Cases Dr Petra Urbanova Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-40)
    • Aggregation-Induced Emission (AIE)-Active Fluorophores for Latent Fingerprint Analysis Dr Jin Xiaodong Jiangsu Police Institute Nanjing CN (PS01-41)
    • The Impact of One-Step Luminescent Cyanoacrylates on Subsequent DNA Analysis Ms Alicia Khuu University of Technology Sydney Ultimo AU (PS01-42)
    • Investigation into the Effect of Hand Sanitizers on Latent Fingermarks Dr Scott Chadwick University of Technology Sydney Broadway AU (PS01-43)
    • Family Physicians' Knowledge About Child Abuse Risk Factors and Attitudes for Legal Reporting Asst Professor Sinem Yildiz Inanici Marmara University Medical Faculty Istanbul TR (PS01-44)
    • Statistical Comparison of the Efficacy of US State DNA Databases Professor Oluseyi Adewale Vanderpuye Albany State University Albany US (PS01-45)
    • Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in Motorcycle Fatalities Asst Professor Marija Bakovic School of Medicine University of Zagreb Zagreb HR (PS01-46)
    • Addressing Challenges in Regulated and Validated Workflow Using Converge™ Software Mr Makesh Kumar Karpagavinaaygam Thermo Fisher Scientific South San Francisco US (PS01-47)
    • Estimation of Time Since Death Using a Body Cooling Models of Pigs Dr Dae-Kyoon Park Soonchunhyang University Cheonan KR (PS01-48)
    • Rapid DNA Identification of Human Remains: A New Path Forward for the Medico-legal Community Dr Amanda Sozer SNA International Alexandria US (PS01-49)
    • Hyperspectral Imaging: A Technique for Aging Blowfly Pupae Professor Ian Dadour Boston University School of Medicine BOSTON US (PS01-50)
    • Aggregation and Competition in Lucilia Sericata and Phormia Regina Meigen (Diptera:Calliphoridae) Miss Patricia O Okpara University of Windsor Windsor CA (PS01-51)
    • Reforming the Century Old Laws Relating to Investigation of Death (Coroner System) in Sri Lanka Professor Ravindra Fernando National Dangerous Drugs Control Board Rajagiriya LK (PS01-53)
    • Suicide in Pretoria: A Retrospective Review for the Period 2007 – 2010 Dr Ryan Blumenthal The University of Pretoria Pretoria ZA (PS01-54)
    • Epidemiological and Forensic Study of Criminal Deaths in the South of Tunisia Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-55)
    • Driving Under Influence of Psychoactive Substances-Related Casualties in Taiwan (2003-2015) Dr Kai-Ping Shaw Institute of Forensic Medicine, Ministry of Justice, Taiwan (ROC) New Taipei TW (PS01-56)
    • Environmental Crimes in Brazilian Federal District: An Analysis From 2009 to 2015 Miss Renata Esteves Ribeiro Universidade de Brasília Planaltina - DF BR (PS01-57)
    • Management of Scene of Crime, A Case Study of Nigeria Settings Mr PASCHAL CHINEDU GBARUKO NIGERIA POICE FORCE AWKA NG (PS01-58)
    • Evaluating the Impact of Different Ways of Presenting Trauma Evidence in Court: A Pilot Study Dr Soren Blau Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine / Monash University Melbourne AU (PS01-59)
    • CDC/FBI Joint Criminal-Epidemiological Investigations Workshop Course Evaluations: Data Analysis Dr GERONCIO CAGIGAS FAJARDO US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta US (PS01-60)
    • Knowledge Awareness and Practice Regarding Arsinocosis among the CHCP of Bangladesh Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA BOGRA BD (PS01-61)
    • The Relevance of Mathematics in Forensic Science Professor Angel Homero Flores Samaniego Colegio de Ciencias y Humanidades-UNAM Mexico City MX (PS01-62)
    • Applying HPTLC, Raman, SEM to Detect Grafting of Papers and Estimate Age of the Document Assoc Professor Hoang Manh Hung Institute of Forensic Science Ha Noi VN (PS01-63)
    • The Making of a Human Taphonomy Facility in Amsterdam, the Netherlands Professor Roelof-Jan Oostra Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam Amsterdam NL (PS01-64)
    • Forensic Pathology in Trinidad and Tobago Miss dennecia george The University of the West Indies St Augustine TT (PS01-65)
    • A Time Course Study Demonstrating Multi-RNA Changes to Estimate Postmortem Interval Mr Yehui Lv Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences Shanghai CN (PS01-66)
    • Reading Pathology in Bones for Creating the Biological Profile: The Case of Diabetes Mr Danilo De Angelis University of Milan Milan IT (PS01-67)
    • Third-Generation Airbag Deployment: Injury Patterns in Fatally Injured Drivers Dr Michael James Shkrum London Health Sciences Centre London CA (PS01-68)
    • The Metabolic Syndrome in a Post Mortem Perspective - A Study of the SURVIVE Cohort Dr Martin Roest Christensen University of Copenhagen Copenhagen East DK (PS01-69)
    • Do Resuscitation Attempts of Infants and Children Cause Bruises of the Neck? Ms Kimberly Wells WMU School of Medicine Kalamazoo US (PS01-70)
    • Coronary Artery Abnormalities as the Cause of Sudden Cardiac Death: A 20 Year Review Dr Bernard Pawlowicz McMaster University Hamilton CA (PS01-71)
    • The Relative Location of the Mental Foramen as a Determinant of Sex in Mandibles from Jamaicans Dr Landi Kimone Peart University of the West Indies Kingston JM (PS01-72)
    • Study on Myocardium of Sudden Traumatic Deaths to Suggest Diagnostic Criteria for Myocarditis Dr Indira Deepthi Kitulwatte Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka Ragama LK (PS01-73)
    • Demonic Possession & Exorcism: Investigative and Autopsy Findings in 3 Deaths From Canada Dr Andrew Scott Williams Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-74)
    • Comparison of Traumatic and Natural Disease of the Intestinal Tract in the Pediatric Population Dr Rebekah Jacques Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-75)
    • Road Traffic Fatalities in Children Younger Than 14 Years in Pretoria, 2005-2014. Dr Lorraine du Toit-Prinsloo University of Pretoria Sydney AU (PS01-76)
    • Procedure Related Deaths at the Pretoria Medico-Legal Laboratory Dr Lorraine du Toit-Prinsloo University of Pretoria Sydney AU (PS01-77)
    • Sudden Death Due to Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy:a Study of 40 Autopsy Cases Professor Hongmei Dong Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan CN (PS01-78)
    • Post-Mortem CT for Forensic Applications: A Systematic Review of Gunshot Deaths Dr Giovanni Battista Paliani Section of Legal Medicine, Public Health Institute, Catholic University Rome IT (PS01-79)
    • Fatal Intoxications: Do Subjects With Cardiac Pathologies Die at Lower Concentrations of Drugs? Dr Kanar Alkass Karolinska Institutet Stockholm SE (PS01-80)
    • Role of MPMCTA in the Congruence of Cardiovascular Measurements: Autopsy and Post-Mortem Imaging Mr Kewin Ducrot University Center of Legal Medicine Lausanne CH (PS01-81)
    • CircRNAs May Serve as Optimum Biomarkers in Forensic Research Mr Yehui Lv Shanghai University of Medicine & Health Sciences Shanghai CN (PS01-82)
    • Ageing Changes in the Face and the Cardiovascular System Miss Meryem Ebedi William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London London GB (PS01-83)
    • A New Dimension in Fire Debris Analysis: Vacuum Ultraviolet (VUV) Absorption Spectroscopy Mr Paul Johnson VUV Analytics, Inc. Cedar Park US (PS01-84)
    • Retrospective Analysis of Post-Mortem Microbiology Cultures in Children Under Five Years of Age Ms Aysha Alyssa Khowessah Draves Laurentian University Sudbury CA (PS01-85)
    • Stable Isotope Analysis as Fingerprints of Life-History of Human Remains Excavated From a Well Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Anthropology Department, Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-86)
    • Severe, Unilateral Retinal Hemorrhage Implicates Trauma per Se as the Limiting Pathogenic Factor Arushi Tripathy Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine Kalamazoo US (PS01-87)
    • Is It Possible to Postpone Postmortem Diagnostic of Ketoacidotic States and Obtain Reliable Results? Dr Eduard Kralj University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine Ljubljana SI (PS01-88)
    • Socio-Demographic Analysis of Southern Sri Lanka Through Autopsy Data of Three Decades Dr Clifford Priyantha Perera Faculty of Medicine University of Ruhuna Galle LK (PS01-89)
    • Septic Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis Following a Minor Head Injury: A Rare Cause of Medico-Legal Death Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkoknoi TH (PS01-90)
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    • atal Acute Hemorrhagic Bowel Infarction Caused by Mesenteric Venous Thrombosis Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkoknoi TH (PS01-91)
    • Association between SCN5A Gene and Sudden Unexplained Nocturnal Death Syndrome in Thai Cadavers Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkok TH (PS01-92
    • Colchicine Destroys the Intestinal Barrier Function and Induces Endotoxin Shock Asst Professor Hiroki Tanaka Asahikawa Medical University Asahikawa JP (PS01-93)
    • Cardiomyopathies as a Cause of SCD in Egypt; Recognition and Preventive Strategies Needed Dr Nora Fawzy Fnon Forensic medicine authority-Ministry of justice El-sayeda Zeinab EG (PS01-94)
    • Particularities of the Dynamics of Suicide in Romania. Comparative Study for Two Counties. Dr Bogdan Malinescu Ilfov Medico Legal Service Bucharest RO (PS01-95)
    • Fatal Cardiac Perforation by Leaked PMMA Cement After Percutaneous Vertebroplasty Dr Martina Focardi University of Florence Florence IT (PS01-96)
    • Ascending Aortic Rupture Through a Penetrating Atherosclerotic Ulcer: A Rare Cause of Sudden Unexpected Death Asst Professor Supawon Srettabunjong Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University Bangkoknoi TH (PS01-97)
    • Fatal Rapunzel Syndrome: Gastric and Intestinal Trichobezoar in a Boy With Trichotillomania Dr Rebekah Jacques Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-98)
    • MALDI TOF MS Imaging as a Novel Tool for Estimation of Postmortem Interval in Muscle Tissue Professor Ping Huang Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, PR China Shanghai CN (PS01-99)
    • Correlation of Cellular Autolytic Changes in Bone Marrow with Post-mortem Interval Dr Shankar M Bakkannavar Kasturba Medical College, Manipal University Select City living in IN (PS01-100)
    • An Unusual Case of Suicide in a Young Amateur Skydiver Dr Pierre-Antoine PEYRON University hospital of Montpellier Montpellier FR (PS01-101)
    • Filicide: Clinical and Qualitative Understanding of Parents Who Kill Their Children Professor Duarte Nuno Vieira Faculdade de Medicina Coimbra PT (PS01-102)
    • Epicardial Fat Association with Other Body Fat Deposits and Coronary Artery Stenosis Miss Louise Hindsø University of Copenhagen Copenhagen DK (PS01-103)
    • Suicide by Fatal Pentobarbital Intoxication in Ontario from 2012-2015 Ms Patricia Solbeck Centre of Forensic Sciences Toronto CA (PS01-104)
    • Bicuspid Aortic Valve: Sword of Damocles Over the Hearts of Vigorously Training Athletes Dr Martin Janík Jessenius Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University Martin SK (PS01-105)
    • AXUD1 Accelerates Stress-Induced Cardiomyocytes Apoptosis Through Activating Wnt Signaling Pathway Mr Xing Ye Fudan university shanghai CN (PS01-106)
    • The RIP Bullet: Presentation of Cases and Discussion of This New Novel Ammunition Dr Kendall Von Crowns Travis County Medical Examiner's Office Austin US (PS01-107)
    • The Disposition of John and Jane Doe in a Small Maritime Jurisdiction Dr KEN OBENSON Saint John Regional Hospital Saint John CA (PS01-108)
    • Challenges in Identification of Exhumed Skeletonised Human Remains of a Child: A Case Report Dr Remilekun Tosin Oluwakuyide Lagos University Teaching Hospital Lagos NG (PS01-109)
    • A Custom-Designed Membrane Filter for Enriching Diatoms in Forensic Diatom Test Mr Jian Zhao Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute/ Sun Yat-Sen University Guangzhou CN (PS01-110)
    • How Soil Clay Can Help to Solve Crimes: New Perspectives From Routine Analyses Dr Rodrigo Studart Corrêa Forensic Institute of Brasília Brasília BR (PS01-111)
    • The Estimation of the Postmortem Interval: A Physicochemical Model Duarte N Vieira University of Coimbra Coimbra PT (PS01-112)
    • Traumatic Rupture of MCA Followed by SAH: Tailored Approach With Post-Mortem Angiographic Findings Dr Sohyung Park National Forensic Service Seoul KR (PS01-113)
    • Aorto-Oesophageal Fistula: A Rare Cause for Upper Gastro-Intestinal Bleeding Dr Sanjaya Ravindra Hulathduwa University of Sri Jayawardenepure wijerama LK (PS01-114)
    • Diagnostic Labels and Multiple-Pathology Dr Sanjaya Ravindra Hulathduwa University of Sri Jayawardenepure wijerama LK (PS01-115)
    • Concentration of Hypoxanthine in Korean Vitreous Humor for the Estimation of Postmortem Interval Miss Ahra Go Chungnam national university Daejeon KR (PS01-116)
    • Survey of Bacterial Diversity Associated with Various Life Stages of Lucilia sericata in Virginia Mrs Denise Wohlfahrt Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond US (PS01-117)
    • An Indel Polymorphism within RYR2 Modulates Sudden Unexplained Death Risk in Chinese Populations Professor Yuzhen Gao Soochow University Jiangsu CN (PS01-118)
    • Deaths Due to Suicide in Puttalam, Sri Lanka: An Autopsy Study Dr Sriyantha Amararatne R R G Base Hospital Puttalam LK (PS01-119)
    • Three Gunshots and One Trajectory - Case Report of a Multiple Gunshot Suicide Duarte N Vieira Faculty of Medicine of the University of Coimbra Coimbra PT (PS01-120)
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    • orensic Autopsy of Decedents in Sleeping Accommodations in Munich, Germany Between 2011 and 2015 Dr Michael Josef Schwerer German Air Force Centre of Aerospace Medicine Fuerstenfeldbruck DE (PS01-121)
    • External-Cause Mortality in Young People Aged 10-24 Years During 1998-2016 in Epirus, Greece Professor Theodore Vougiouklakis University of Ioannina Ioannina GR (PS01-122)
    • Comparing Fist Size to Heart Size Is Not a Viable Technique to Assess Cardiomegaly Dr Lars Christian Ebert University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-123)
    • Fatal Accidents With Pedestrian Victims: PMCT and Autopsy Correlation Miss Vasiliki Chatzaraki Institute of Forensic Medicine Zurich CH (PS01-124)
    • Visualization Strategies Forensic Imaging and Virtopsy- Recommendations Based on Semiotic Analysis Dr Wolf Schweitzer University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-125)
    • Very Affordable Immersion Pump for Post Mortem CT Angiography in Forensic Pathology: First 10 Cases. Dr Wolf Schweitzer University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-126)
    • Undetermined Manner of Death: What's Missing? a 10-Year Study of Forensic Autopsies in Lisbon Dr Ana Abreu South Branch of the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Lisboa PT (PS01-127)
    • Psychological Assessment for Asylum Seekers in France Dr George PATRU Unité Médico-Judiciare, GHPSO Creil FR (PS01-128)
    • Aortic Stenosis in a Man With Multiple Sclerosis Involving the Brain Stem Dr Natasha Richards Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-129)
    • Fatal Angle Grinder - A Case Study Dr Joana Azevedo National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Porto PT (PS01-130)
    • Decapitation in Hanging Dr Jung Sik Jang National Forensic Service Daegu institution Daegu KR (PS01-131)
    • Hemoglobin A1c Level as Point-of-Care Testing in Postmortem Diagnosis Joo-Young Na CNUH Gwangju KR (PS01-132)
    • Delayed Death Due to Aortic Rupture After Chest Blunt Trauma: An Autopsy Report Jong-Tae Park Chonnam National University Medical School Gwangju KR (PS01-133)
    • A Burnt Body and Vena Caval Liquid Fat Dr KEN OBENSON Saint John Regional Hospital Saint John CA (PS01-134)
    • Forensic Anthropological Importance of Morphometric Variability in Human Clavicle Features Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Anthropology Department, Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-135)
    • Analysis of Urdu Handwriting and It's Recognition Mr Zumrad Usman Bhutta Government College University lahore Lahore PK (PS01-136)
    • Using Handwriting to Infer a Writer's Country of Origin for Forensic Intelligence Purposes Dr Marie Morelato University of Technology Sydney Broadway AU (PS01-137)
    • Analytical Method Coupled With Multivariate Analysis for Examination of Photocopier/Writing Papers Mr RAJ KUMAR PANJAB UNIVERSITY CHANDIGARH IN (PS01-138)
    • Organizing a Proficiency Test on Stamp Examination in Accordance With ISO/IEC 17043 Requirements Dr Wing-Sze Janesse Hui GOVERNMENT LABORATORY HONG KONG HK (PS01-139)
    • Enhanced Raman Analysis of Ballpoint Ink Entries by Thin Layer Chromatography Asst Professor Yanlin YU Southwest University of Political Science and Law Chongqing CN (PS01-140)
    • GC-MS Examination of Different Kinds of Copy Paper Asst Professor Jinyou Yang Southwest Universilitical Scty of Poience and Law Chongqing CN (PS01-141)
    • Forensic Examination of Rubber Stamps Mr Jatin Kumar Sharma Punjabi University Patiala IN (PS01-142)
    • Application of ESDA in Determination of Tampering Mr Nadeem-Ul-Hassan Khan Punjab Forensic Science Agency Lahore PK (PS01-143)
    • Determination of the Age of Iron Based Ink: A Feasability Study Dr Albert H Lyter Federal Forensic Associates, Inc. Raleigh US (PS01-144)
    • How Well Do People Know Their Signatures? Dr Ian James Turner University of Derby Derby GB (PS01-145)
    • Handwriting Examination in a Case of Twin Brothers Miss Narumi Pereira Lima National Institute of Criminalistics - Federal Police Brasília BR (PS01-146)
    • A Case of Aortic Dissection with Novel Genetic Mutation Dr Trudy-Ann Kalyana Brown Ontario Forensic Pathology Service and Centre for Forensic Science and Medicine Toronto CA (PS01-147)
    • Diaphragmatic Hernias Presenting as Sudden Death: 2 Case Reports. Dr Charmaine Van Wyk Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University Pretoria ZA (PS01-148)
    • The Analysis of Ballpoint Inks With APCI-MS After Fading With Light, Peroxide and Bleach Dr Claire Louise Williamson University of Central Lancashire Preston GB (PS01-149)
    • The Study of Electroencephalogram in Assessment of Mild Psychiatry Impairment Professor wei guan Shanghai Key Laboratory of Forensic Medicine; Shanghai Forensic Service Platform; Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, P.R.China shanghai CN (PS01-150)
    • Virtual Autopsy: An Essential Tool in Gunshot Wounds, Even Not Immediately Lethal Dr Lucile Tuchtan assistance publique hopitaux de Marseille Marseille FR (PS01-151)
    • Combined Use of PMCT 3D Reconstruction and 3D-Design Software for Postmortem Ballistic Dr Lucile Tuchtan assistance publique hopitaux de Marseille Marseille FR (PS01-152)
    • Rare Autopsy Findings in Bodies Buried Beneath a Mountain of Dump Ahmad Shojaei Legal Medicine research Center Tehran IR (PS01-153)
    • Value of Postmortem CT in the Diagnosis of Tension Pneumothorax Due to Acupuncture Assoc Professor jianhua zhang Institute of Forensic Sciences, Ministry of Justice,PRC Shanghai CN (PS01-154)
    • Identification of Sperms on Human Skin after Death Dr Sanaa M Aly Faculty of Medicine, Suez Canal University Ismailia EG (PS01-156)
    • Diatom Test Is Still a Reliable Method for the Diagnosis of Drowning Mr Jian Zhao Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute/ Sun Yat-Sen University Guangzhou CN (PS01-157)
    • Strychnine Poisoning: A Rare Case Report Dr Joana Rita Coelho Batista North Branch of the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Porto PT (PS01-158)
    • Atypical Non-Ballistic Penetrating Missile Injury in an Industrial Setup: Rare Case Reports Professor Yogender Singh Bansal Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & research chandigarh IN (PS01-159)
    • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Due to Dissection of PICA Dr Noel McAuliffe Provincial Forensic Pathology Unit Toronto CA (PS01-160)
    • Sudden Infant Death of Monozygotic Twin on the Same Day: A Case Report Asst Professor Rayyan Adnan Ali An Najah National University Nablus PS (PS01-161)
    • Anomalous Origin of Left Main Coronary Artery From Pulmonary Artery Asst Professor Rayyan Adnan Ali An Najah National University Nablus PS (PS01-162)
    • Unravelling the Mysteries Behind Sudden Death Assoc Professor Subitha K Government Medical College,Kottayam Kottayam IN (PS01-163)
    • MiR-19b Inhibits GJA1 and Synergizes miR-1 in VMC Mr Junyi Lin Fudan University shanghai CN (PS01-164)
    • Modern Possibilities of Using the Data Obtained During Forensic Examination Mrs Inna Olegovna Chizhikova Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation Moscow RU (PS01-165)
    • Fatal Anaphylaxis as an Unusual Presentation of Hepatic Hydatid Cyst: An Auto(PSy Case Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-166)
    • Geocaching: A Rare Cause of Accidental Hanging Assoc Professor Ľubomír Straka Jessenius Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University Martin SK (PS01-167)
    • Injury-Related Deaths in Enugu, Nigeria From 2010 to 2016: A Descriptive Review Dr Samuel Ajogwu Robsam Ohayi Enugu State University Teaching Hospital, Enugu, Nigeria Enugu NG (PS01-168)
    • Death of an Infant During a Circumcision Surgery: Is It Criminal Medical Negligence? Dr Sriyantha Amararatne R R G Base Hospital Puttalam LK (PS01-169)
    • Death During a Plastic Surgery: Is It Civil Medical Negligence? Dr Sriyantha Amararatne R R G Base Hospital Puttalam LK (PS01-170)
    • Fatal Bronchovascular Fistula Visualized through Postmortem Computed Tomography Angiography Dr Philipp Hinderberger University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-171)
    • Immunohistochemical Localization of Langerhans Cells as a Tool of Vitality in Hanging Mark Wounds Dr Martina Focardi University of Florence Florence IT (PS01-172)
    • Findings in Post-Mortem Computer Tomography and Auto(PSy in a Fatal Case of Stomach Ache Mr Christoph Joachim Anders University of Zurich Zurich CH (PS01-173)
    • Defining Exposure Time Using Burn Severity of Skin Tissue Under the Scanning Electron Microscope Dr Shashi Jasra University of Windsor Windsor CA (PS01-174)
    • Case Report: Sudden Death by Aortic Aneurysm Rupture Into the Esophagus Dr Sílvia Duarte de Andrade South Branch of the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences, I.P. Lisboa PT (PS01-175)
    • Difficulties in Proving by Autopsy the Cause of Death by Insect Order of Hymenoptera Sting Dr Bogdan Malinescu Ilfov Medico Legal Service Bucharest RO (PS01-176)
    • Stab Wound Suicide, Difficulties Establishing the Manner of Death - A Case Report Dr Joana Azevedo National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences Porto PT (PS01-177)
    • Analysis of Abnormal CT Scans Using Virtual Autopsy Software ‘Invivo5.4’ by Anatomage Dr Shashi Jasra University of Windsor Windsor CA (PS01-178)
    • Analysis of Postmortem Changes in Internal Organs and Gases Using Computed Tomography Data Dr Miki Okumura Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kyushu University Fukuoka JP (PS01-179)
    • A Study on the Discrimination of Copy Paper Using Non-destructive Optical Inspection Dr Ka Young Lee National Forensic Service Wonju-si KR (PS01-180)
    • Examination of Writing Inks via Analytical Methods and Multivariate Analysis Asst Professor VISHAL SHARMA Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-181)
    • Efficient Wavebands for the Detection of Obliterated Writings by Mid-Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging Dr Shigeru Sugawara National Research Institute of Police Science Kashiwa JP (PS01-182)
    • Examination Of The Handwriting Of Identical Twins Ms Behice Seyda Turedi Van provincial police department van TR (PS01-183)
    • Habits of Writing Heading Based on Education Level in Handwriting Examination Assoc Professor N Canturk Ankara University Institute of Forensic Sciences Ankara TR (PS01-184)
    • Analysis Of Name Writings & Signatures/Initials Of The Persons And Their Significance Dr VIKRAM RAJ SINGH CHAUHAN PATIALA BUREAU OF IDENTIFICATION PATIALA IN (PS01-185)
    • Indentation Recovery Threshold using the Electrostatic Detection Apparatus ® Dr Ian James Turner University of Derby Derby GB (PS01-186)
    • Determination of Pen Ink Resins by Thermal Desorption and Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University Istanbul TR (PS01-187)
    • Assessment of Heart Weight and Heart Weight/Body Parameters Coefficient in Southern Iranian Adults Dr Mohammad Zarenezhad Legal Medicine research Center Tehran IR (PS01-188)
    • Study of Cause of Death and Identification in Exhumed Body Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA Bogra BD (PS01-189)
    • Asphyxia or Ethanol-Intoxication? A Forensic Pathological and Toxicological Case Report Dr Sizhe Huang Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan, Hubei CN (PS01-190)
    • When You Seed Violence You Harvest Violence- Adolescent Parricide. Case Presentation Professor Beatrice Gabriela Ioan Gr.T.Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi RO (PS01-191)
    • A Comparison of Suicide by Self-Immolation Before and After Revolution of January 2011 Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-192)
    • Sociodemographic and Clinical Profile in Elderly Suicide Victims: 34 Autopsy Case Studies Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital sfax TN (PS01-193)
    • Medicolegal Management of Unidentified Bodies; A Comparative Study from Three Provinces in Sri Lanka Dr Udara Dilrukshi Senarathne University of Sri Jayewardenepura Nugegoda LK (PS01-194)
    • Child Suicide in the Outskirts of Maputo Asst Professor Denisse Alcobia Reves International Association of Forensic Sciences Maputo MZ (PS01-195)
    • Applying 3D Human Body Shape in Forensic Identification Tasks Mr Dominik Černý Masaryk University Brno CZ (PS01-196)
    • Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy - a Case Report at Literature Review Dr George PATRU Unité Médico-Judiciare, GHPSOCreil FR (PS01-197)
    • Study of Death by Fire Arm Injury Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA BOGRA BD (PS01-198)
    • Myocardial Bridging of Coronary Arteries: Sudden Unexpected Deaths in a 38–Year–Old Woman Dr ayman Ahmed Hassan forensic authority egypt cairo EG (PS01-199)
    • The Prevalence of Blood Borne Viral Infections Among Autopsy Cases in Jordan Professor Imad M AL-Abdallat The university of Jordan Amman JO (PS01-200)
    • Isolated Intracerebellar Hematoma - Spontaneous or Traumatic? Assoc Professor Philip Swan Lip Beh The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong HK (PS01-201)
    • Two Cases of Non Compact Cardiomyopathy Found at Autopsy in Sri Lanka Dr Harshana Mahendra Kumara Senanayake Teaching Hospital Anuradapura Anuradapura LK (PS01-202)
    • A Retrospective Study of Myocardial Bridge Cases Detected in TFMC From 2003 to 2016 Miss Junchao Zhang Department of Forensic Medicine, Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan CN (PS01-203)
    • The Use of Formaldehyde Imbedded Human Remains in Experimental Procedures Miss Hanna Friedlander University of Alberta Edmonton CA (PS01-204)
    • The Parameters of Eye-Track in Patients With Mental Disorder Due to Brain Damage Mr Chao Liu Shanghai Key Laboratory of Forensic Medicine; Shanghai Forensic Service Platform; Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, P.R.China shanghai CN (PS01-205)
    • Cervical Injuries in Drowning Cases Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA Mahdia TN (PS01-206)
    • Chronic Allostasis as a Candidate Mediator of Hippocampal Volume Change in Severe Mental Illness Dr Johannes Busch Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Copenhagen KBH Ø DK (PS01-207)
    • An Easy Way to Die. Plant Poisons in Sri Lanka: A Case Report Asst Professor Jayantha Chandrasiri Herath Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-208)
    • Sudden Unexpected Death of a Young Adult Male Due to Cardiac Hamartoma; A Case Report Asst Professor Jayantha Chandrasiri Herath Ontario Forensic Pathology Service Toronto CA (PS01-209)
    • The Sources of Contamination in the Forensic Diatom Test Mr Jian Zhao Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute/ Sun Yat-Sen University Guangzhou CN (PS01-210)
    • Evaluation of the Children for Crimes Against Property Assoc Professor N Canturk Ankara University Institute of Forensic Sciences Ankara TR (PS01-211)
    • Diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease Using Targeted PMCT Coronary Angiography Dr WAN LEI Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, PRC SHANGHAI CN (PS01-212)
    • The Contribution of Forensic Pathology in the Treatment of Caustic Ingestion Asst Professor HADJAZI OMAR UNIVERSITY OF SIDI BEL ABBES SIDI BEL ABBES DZ (PS01-213)
    • Proposals Death Certification Asst Professor HADJAZI OMAR UNIVERSITY OF SIDI BEL ABBES SIDI BEL ABBES DZ (PS01-214)
    • Correlation of Postmortem LODOX Radiological Images and Lung Pathology: A Prospective Autopsy Study Dr Karisha Claudia Quarrie University of Stellenbosch Cape Town ZA (PS01-215)
    • Spontaneous Haemothorax in Von Recklinghausen Diseases: A Fatal Case. Dr Martina Focardi University of Florence Florence IT (PS01-216)
    • Autopsic Examination Cases of Acute Esophageal Necrosis: Black Esophagus Assoc Professor Satoshi Furukawa Shiga University of Medical Science Otsu JP (PS01-217)
    • Anthropological Knowledge in Forensic Death Investigations of Unknown Skeletons: Indian Scenario Asst Professor J S Sehrawat Anthropology Department, Panjab University Chandigarh IN (PS01-218)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA06: Oral Session: Anthropology

    Location: Grand Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Renee Kosalka, Toronto, Canada & Soren Blau, Melbourne, Australia
    • Reconsidering Special Stains In Forensic Histo-Anthropology - Lelia Watamaniuk. Canada (OA06-01)
    • Genetic Factors Underlying 3D Variation in Craniofacial Landmarks in a Mixed-Ancestry Sample - Prof. Martin Evison. UK (OA06-02)
    • Identification of Skeletonized Remains: A Multidisciplinary Approach for Challenging Cases by CMP - Theodora Eleftheriou. Cyprus. OA06-03)
    • The Influence of Impact Direction and Axial Loading on the Bone Fracture Pattern Dr. Haim Cohen. Israel (OA06-04)
    • Testing Feasibility of Virtual Reality Headset for PC-Assisted Restoration of Skeletal Remains - Dr. Mikolas Jurda. Czech Republic (OA06-05)
    • Multiple Gunshot Wound Injuries: Comparison of Findings Between CT Scans and Forensic Examination - Dr. Tania Delabarde. France (OA06-06)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA05: Oral Session: Biology

    Location: Grand Ballroom West & Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Jonathan Newman, Toronto, Canada & Anna-Marie O'Connor, Portsmouth, United Kingdom
    • Human Organ Tissue ID by Targeted RNA Deep Sequencing to Aid the Investigation of Traumatic Injury - Dr. Jack Ballantyne. USA (OA05-01)
    • The Thanatomicrobiome Leading to the Determination of the Cause of Death in Criminal Casework - Gulnaz Javan. USA (OA05-02)
    • Genotyping Casework Type Samples Using an Integrated NGS STR Analysis and Interpretation System - Dr. Jack Ballantyne. USA (OA05-03)
    • Identification of Some Forensic Parameters for the Collection of Human Microbiome Samples - Ana Alicea-Rodríguez. USA (OA05-04)
    • Validation of Applied Biosystems Precision ID Ancestry Panel for use in Forensic Casework - Maretta Chase. Canada (OA05-05)
    • Post Mortem Genetic Testing of LQTS in Sudden Infant Death Cases: Pretoria Medico-Legal Laboratory - Barbara van Deventer. South Africa (OA05-06)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA07: Oral Session: New Forensic Technologies, Digital Evidence and Cybercrime

    Location: Sheraton Hall B, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Michael Pickup, Toronto, Canada, & Lars C. Ebert, Zurich, Switzerland
    • Improved Lab Efficiency With a New LC/MS Method by Collaboration of Two Geographically Separate Labs - Nadia Pace. Canada (OA07-01)
    • Comparing Footwear Evidence and the Power of the 3rd Dimension - Dr. Marcin Budka. UK (OA07-02)
    • A Rapid Chemical Odour Profiling Method for the Identification of Illegal Wildlife Products - Dr. Maiken Ueland. Australia (OA07-03)
    • 3D Documentation of Crime Scene and Identification of Perpetrators Based on BPA - Prof Piotr Girdwoyn. Poland (OA07-04)
    • Forensic Gait Analysis: Morphometric Body Assessment With Associated CCTV Image Quantification - Dilan Seckiner. Australia (OA07-05)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA08: Oral Session: General

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Barry A.J. Fisher, Indio, United States of America & Ian R. Dadour, Boston, United States of America
    • International Forensic Services Capacity Development Sarah Donnelly United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime PS (OA08-01)
    • Medicolegal Management of 9 Mass Aviation Disaster in Taiwan (1989-2014) Kai-Ping Shaw Institute of Forensic Medicine, Ministry of Justice, Taiwan (ROC) TW (OA08-02)
    • Multiple Fatality Response to Nine Indigenous Deaths in a Burned House in Pikangikum, Ontario Kathy Gruspier Ontario Forensic Pathology Service CA (OA08-03)
    • Multiple Fatality Response and the Indigenous Community Kona Williams Ontario Forensic Pathology Service CA (OA08-04)
    • Multiple Fatality Response to House Fire in Pikangikum Ontario: The Scene  Kathy Gruspier Ontario Forensic Pathology Service CA (OA08-05)
    • Multiple Fatality Response to House Fire in Pikangikum Ontario: Forensic Anthropology Kathy Gruspier Ontario Forensic Pathology Service CA (OA08-06)
    • Multiple Fatality Response to Nine Indigenous Deaths in a Burned House in Pikangikum Yolanda Nerkowski Ontario Forensic Pathology Service CA (OA08-07)
    • Multiple Fatality Response to Nine Indigenous Deaths in a Burned House in Pikangikum, Ontario Rebekah Jacques Ontario Forensic Pathology Service CA (OA08-08)
    • Multiple Fatality Response to Nine Indigenous Deaths in a Burned House in Pikangikum, Ontario: DVI Kathy Gruspier Ontario Forensic Pathology Service CA (OA08-09)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA09: Oral Session: Questioned Documents

    Location: Chestnut East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: Tadeusz J. Tomaszewski, Warsaw, Poland
    • Determining the Relevance of Contextual Information in Forensic Handwriting Examinations - Dr. Nikola Osborne. USA (OA09-01)
    • Assessment of Signature Handwriting Evidence Based on Relevant Dynamic Features - Assoc Prof. Xiaohong Chen. China (OA09-02)
    • The Degradation of Basic Dyes in Ballpoint Pen Ink Entries in Three Years - Dr. Qiran Sun. China (OA09-03)
    • Forensic Profiling of Fraudulent Documents: A Framework to Detect and Trace Back Criminal Networks - Dr. Simon Baechler. Switzerland (OA09-04)
    • Research on the Tracking Codes of the Documents Produced by Color Laser Multi-Functional Printers - Nan Wang. China (OA09-05)
    • The Application of Questioned Document Examination in the Authentication of Chinese Painting - Prof. Xu Yang. China (OA09-06)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA10: Oral Session: Biology

    Location: Sheraton Chestnut West, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Frederick R. Bieber, Boston, United States of America & Suni Edson, Rockville, United States of America
    • Evaluation of DNA from Blood Treated With Various Cleaning Agents Hubert Anton Small University of the West Indies JM (OA10-01)
    • DNA Mixture Analysis in Inbred Lebanese Communities. Assessment of Expert DNA Mixture Software. Marie Sleiman Semaan American University of Science and Technology LB (OA10-02)
    • Massively Parallel Sequencing of 34 Forensic Autosomal STRs Suhua Zhang Institute of Forensic Sciences, Ministry of Justice, China CN (OA10-03)
    • Mass Disasters and the Utility of Rapid DNA Analysis Julie French ANDE US (OA10-04)
    • Microhaplotypes: the Next Generation Forensic DNA Marker Daniele Podini The George Washington University US (OA10-05)
    • Screening for SNPs in Highly Degraded DNA by Using Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism Mitsuyo Machida Tokyo Women’s Medical University JP (OA10-06)

ThursdayAugust 24, 2017

  • 08:00 - 09:30

    PL03: HHRRC Lecture: International Perspectives - Working In Challenging Environments

    Location: Grand Ballroom West & Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: Michael S. Pollanen, Toronto, Canada
    • Humanitarian Forensic Action: Global Challenges and Opportunities - An ICRC Perspective Mr. Yves Daccord. Geneva (PL03-01)
    • Forensic Science in Challenging Environments: The Philippine Experience - Dr. Maria De Ungria, Philippines (PL03-02)
    • Investigating Torture and Ill-Treatment in Challenging Environments - Dr. Duarte Nuno Vieira, Portugal (PL03-03)
  • 09:30 - 10:15

    Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing (PS02)

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom West, Sheraton Ballroom, E & F, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    • Spectrum of Cerebral Pathology as a Function of Survival Time in Abusive Head Trauma Dr Rudy J Castellani Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine US PS02-01
    • Implications of the Thin Eggshell Skull Rule on Documenting the Manner of Death Asst Professor Sylvester
    • Onzivua Makerere University College of Health Sciences UG PS02-02
    • Integrated Proteo-Genomics and MALDI-Imaging Analysis in Forensic Body Fluids and Fingermarks Traces Mr Sathisha Kamanna Flinders University AU PS02-03
    • Forensic Advisors – Role and Usefulness in the Judicial Process in Belgium Dr Sonja Bitzer National
    • Institute for Criminalistics and Criminology BE PS02-04
    • Inbreeding Effect on Forensic Investigations Involving DNA Mixtures: The Lebanese Population Case Mrs Sarah Abbas University of Lausanne CH PS02-05
    • PMI Estimation Considerations Based on Blowflies' (Diptera:Calliphoridae) Response to Competition Mr Marcos Patricio Macedo Federal District State Police BR PS02-06
    • NMR Analysis and Qualitative Confirmation of Illicit Drugs in Mixtures Mr Travis Broneske Metropolitan State University of Denver US PS02-07
    • The Persistence of Fibres on Window Frames: Should we be Sampling? Assoc Professor Claire Gwinnett Staffordshire University GB PS02-08
    • Dental Age Estimation in Adults: East-Central Europe Region Mr Daniel Dvorak Institute of Criminalistics Prague CZ PS02-09
    • Single Metal Deposition vs Physical Developer, a Comparison of Two Fingermark Detection Techniques Dr Sebastien Moret University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-10
    • Front End DNA Analysis Enhancements: Collection, Recovery, Sample Integrity and Improved Workflow Nicole Novroski University of North Texas Health Science Center US PS02-11
    • The Analysis of Cutting Agents in Australian Seizures of Cocaine and Heroin Over Six Years Ms Harmonie Michelot University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-12
    • The Detection of Latent Fingermarks Using Luminescent Metal-Organic Frameworks Dr Xanthe Spindler University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-14
    • Supporting Fingerprint Identification Assessments Using a Skin Stretch Model Miss Rebecca Lee University of Technology, Sydney AU PS02-15
    • "Cutting-edge" Research: Identification and Classification of Knife Trauma on Bone Dr Catherine Jayne Tennick School of Forensic and Applied Sciences GB PS02-16
    • Effect of Photocopier on the Forensic Examination of Photocopied Thumb Impressions Miss LOVEPREET KAUR Punjabi University IN PS02-17
    • Validation of the Y-Screen Assay Using the Quantifiler™ Trio DNA Quantification Kit Angela Koenig Thermo Fisher Scientific US PS02-18
    • Fingermark-SELEX: A Novel Approach to Develop DNA Aptamers for Fingermark Detection Ms Rolanda Lam University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-19
    • The Chemometric Analysis of Fuel Components to Classify UK Petrol and Diesel Using GC-MS and FTIR Miss Praew Suppajariyawat University of Lincoln GB PS02-20
    • Inside Knowledge of the Factors Influencing Fingermark Detection Dr Scott Chadwick University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-21
    • Excessive Fuming with Cyanoacrylate for the Detection of Latent Fingermarks on Polymer Banknotes Ms Rolanda Lam University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-22
    • Implementing a national human DNA finger printing database in Iraq Dr AREEN Tahrir Al Hadithi MEDICO LEGAL DIRECTORATE IQ PS02-23
    • From Capital Murder to Not-Guilty: Pathology-Radiology Correlation.    Dr Shaku Teas Forensic Pathologist US PS02-24
    • Investigation of Different Swab Types for Collection of Biological Sample from Various Fabrics. Ms Blaine Butler Luna Innovations US PS02-25
    • A Study of Error in the Estimation of the Origin of a Radial Spatter Pattern Miss Jordan Deppisch The Pennsylvania State University US PS02-26
    • Development of a Dissolvable Swab for Increased Biospecimen Recovery Dr Nikolai Braun Luna Innovations US PS02-27
    • Chemometrics Applied to Chemical Profiles of Cocaine Seizures: A Forensic Intelligence Approach Ms Harmonie Michelot University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-28
    • Infrared Photography - An Auxiliary Tool in Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Eva Meixner University of Zurich CH PS02-29
    • The AardvarkTM :  A Preliminary Study in Forensic Trace Evidence Collection Miss Laurence DESAUTELS Université du Quebec à Trois-Rivieres CA PS02-30
    • Applications of Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy on Headlights Dyes and Drugs Identifications Mr Yin Pak Cheng CUNY City College of New York US PS02-31
    • Application of Dye Analysis in Forensic Fibre and Textile Examination: Case Examples Dr Jaap van der Weerd Netherlands Forensic Institute NL PS02-32
    • Advances in the Use of Infrared Fluorescent Reagents for Latent Fingermark Visualization Dr Roberto S P King Foster + Freeman Ltd GB PS02-33
    • The Effectiveness of Different Taping Methods for Fibres Retrieval for ISO17020 Accreditation Assoc Professor Claire Gwinnett Staffordshire University GB PS02-34
    • Impact of Automated Methods Applied to DNA Profiling Workflow Management Dr Kevin W.P. Miller Hamilton Robotics US PS02-35
    • Microscopy of Traces on Tape Lifts With High Optical Resolution   Dr Jaap van der Weerd Netherlands Forensic Institute NL PS02-36
    • Latent Fingerprint Recovery from Canadian Polymer Banknote Submerged in Water Mr Peter Truong University of Windsor CA PS02-37
    • Evaluation of Sample Collection Techniques to Recover DNA From Bloodstained Construction Materials Asst Professor Jamie Fredericks Eastern kentucky University US PS02-38
    • Forensic Analysis of Glass Fragments by LA-ICP-MS Method. Sampling and Glass Corrosion Issues Dr Dariusz Wilk Faculty of Law and Administration, Jagiellonian University in Krakow PL PS02-39
    • Using Bioaffinity-based Cascades for the Discernment of Biological Sex from Fingerprint Samples Miss Crystal Huynh University at Albany, State University of New York US PS02-40
    • XRD Analysis of Soil Beneath Rabbit Carcass: An Implication to Forensic Science Mr Sarabjit Singh Punjabi University IN PS02-41
    • Rural Crime in the UK: What Works to Prevent Crime Against Species? Ms Dorothea Alice Delpech UCL GB PS02-42
    • Bottom Up Proteomics for Detection and Provenance Determination of Blood in Stains and Fingermarks Miss Lisa Deininger Sheffield Hallam University GB PS02-43
    • Y-STR Genetic Structure of Most Common Surnames in Jamaica:Forensic Implications Ms Tanesha Fagan University of the West Indies JM PS02-44
    • Establishment and Application of the PCR Capillary Electrophoresis System for Diagnosis of Drowning Dr Quyi Xu Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute CN PS02-45
    • An Elephant qPCR Assay for Forensic Purposes Asst Professor Jillian Fesolovich Keystone College US PS02-46
    • The Use of a Synthetic Oligonucleotide for Creating a Standard Curve for qPCR Assays Asst Professor Jillian Fesolovich Keystone College US PS02-47
    • R & D of Chemical Technologies for Discriminative Quantification of Elements in Evidence Samples Dr Shinichi Suzuki National Research Institute of Police Science JP PS02-48
    • Focus Variation With Integrated Form Removal for Forensic Comparison of Bullet Striations Dr karl walton University of Huddersfield GB PS02-49
    • An Approach Adopted in Unexpected Escalation of Crimes Requiring Forensic Scientist Examination Mr GUSTAVO COSTA POLÍCIA FEDERAL BR PS02-50
    • Forensic Biology - the Effects of Fingerprinting Techniques on DNA Analysis Ms Krystal Onica James University of the West Indies JM PS02-51
    • Microbial DNA Extraction from Forensic Samples: A Test of Three Methods Ms Claire Cartozzo Virginia Commonwealth University US PS02-52
    • Autosomal STR data of 15 AmpFISTR Identifiler™ loci in Southeast of Iran Dr Arash Alipourtabrizi Legal Medicine Research Center,Legal Medicine Organization IR PS02-53
    • Mutation Rates of Y-STR Loci and Incidences of Non-Paternity Among Purported Paternal Relatives Ms Suni Edson ARP/AFDIL/AFMES & Flinders University US PS02-54
    • Forensic Tests Protocol to Analyse Failured Tires From Road Accidents Asst Professor João Manuel Pereira Dias IDMEC, Instituto Superior Técnico PT PS02-55
    • The Study of Influences on DNA Recovery From Different Moistening Solutions Mr Byung-Won Chun National Forensic Service KR PS02-56
    • First Application of a Muscle Protein Based Approach for Time Since Death Estimation Ms Angela Zissler University of Salzburg AT PS02-57
    • The Development of the New Gonosomal InDel Panels Asst Professor Gonul Filoglu Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-58
    • Credibility of Medicolegal Reports: Impact of Quality Management Systems Dr Mamdouh Kamal Zaki Jeddah Forensic Medicine Center SA PS02-59
    • Application of Advanced Analytical Techniques in the Analysis of Post-Explosion Traces  Dr Ahmed Salem Forensic Medicine Authority - Ministry of Justice EG PS02-60
    • DNA Analysis of Mixed Sexual Assault and Touch Samples With the DEPArray Digital Cell-Sorting System Dr Jack Ballantyne University of Central Florida US PS02-61
    • A Novel DNA/RNA Co-extraction Method Using EZ1 DNA Investigator Extraction ‘Waste’  Dr Erin Hanson University of Central Florida US PS02-62
    • Genetic and Micro-chemical Analysis of Household Dust As an Identifier of a Room and its Occupants Dr Erin Hanson University of Central Florida US PS02-63
    • Investigating Touch DNA Recovery From Ivory as a Method to Identify Poachers and Traffickers Miss Emily Louise Horrocks University of Portsmouth GB PS02-64
    • Easylift Tape System: Simultaneous Presumptive Testing for Blood and Retrieval of Fibres Evidence Assoc Professor Claire Gwinnett Staffordshire University GB PS02-65
    • Injury Prediction for Vulnerable Road Users Using Computational Biomechanical Models Asst Professor Joao Pereira Dias Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa PT PS02-66
    • Criminal-Science: Study of Technical and Jurisprudential Aspects About Drugs Law in Brazil Asst Professor Aline Thaís Bruni FFCLRP/USP BR PS02-67
    • European Forensic Science Area (EFSA 2020) – New Challenges in Forensic Science Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-68
    • Comparison of XRF, SEM-EDS and LA-ICP-MS in Forensic Glass Fragment Analysis Miss Yester Ozmerinoglu Istanbul Forensic Science Institute TR PS02-70
    • Forensic body fluid identification using proteomics on LC-QTOF Mr Michael Bissonnette Centre of Forensic Sciences CA PS02-71
    • Investigating the Use of 5-MTN, Genipin and Lawsone to Identify Areas Of "Touch" DNA Deposition Ms Michelle Tremblay Centre of Forensic Sciences CA PS02-72
    • Recovery and Analysis of DNA from Cartridge Cases Miss Paula Mickiewicz Centre of Forensic Sciences CA PS02-73
    • New Developing Reagent for Latent Fingermark Visualization: Fuller's Earth (Multani Mitti) Miss Pallavi Thakur Punjabi University IN PS02-74
    • Towards the Development of Semi-Synthetic Staining for the Detection of Erased Tattoo on the Living Mr Gabriel Emond Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières CA PS02-75
    • Luminescent markers for GSR: Determination of the shooting position and encoding of ammunition. Professor Aline Marcelino Arouca Brasília Federal Institute BR PS02-76
    • Fingerprint Analysis: Chemical Recognition of Amino Acids for Identifying Originator Attributes Miss Erica Brunelle University at Albany, State University of New York US PS02-77
    • D4N6FLOQSwabs™ Allows Repeat Testing of Original Trace Collected From Crime Scene  Mrs Santina Castriciano Copan Italia Spa IT PS02-78
    • A New Calorimetric Identification of Benzodiazepine: Using Cobalt Thiocyanate as Reagent Mr ZAHID MAHMOOD PUNJAB FORENSIC SCIENCE AGENCY PK PS02-79
    • Copan 4N6Devices for Resolving the Mysteries of Crime Scene Investigations Mrs Santina Castriciano Copan Italia Spa IT PS02-80
    • Investigating the Weathering Patterns of Biodiesel Professor Zhaohua Dai Pace University US PS02-81
    • Copan CPA200™ Semi-Automated Card Puncher – Version 2 Performance  Mr Gabriele Savoldi Copan NewLab Engineering IT PS02-82
    • Visualization of Latent Fingerprints on Fruits and Vegetables Miss Shanelle Dalley University of Windsor CA PS02-83
    • Study on Strontium Aluminate Phosphor Material for Fingermark Detection Professor Li Liu Criminal Investigation Police University of China CN PS02-84
    • Utility of Bacteria Associated with Human Hairs in Forensic Investigations Miss Courtney Nicole Hutchens Virginia Commonwealth University US PS02-85
    • Developing Fingerprints With Two 1,2-Indanedione-Zinc Chloride Fomulations: A Comparison Miss Jackie Trink Trent University CA PS02-86
    • The Detection of Exogenous Drug in Fingerprints After Development With Powders and Adhesive Lifters Mrs Ting Zhang National Police University of China CN PS02-87
    • Validating the Effects of Fingerprint Products and Techniques on Different Surfaces in Jamaica Mr Gregory JOHN Williams UWI/CAFS JM PS02-88
    • Identification of 9mm Cartridge Cases on the Basis of Striated Ejector Marks Mr Hafiz Muhammad Usman Punjab Forensic Science Agency PK PS02-89
    • Visualization of Obliterated Serial Numbers Using Magnetic Particle Testing Mr Kazuhito Hibino National Police Agancy Government of Japan JP PS02-90
    • A Novel D-π-A Type Fluorescence Dye  for Selective Sensing of Picric Acid in Aqueous Media Dr Jin Xiaodong Jiangsu Police Institute CN PS02-91
    • New Forensic Science Study at the University of Warsaw Professor Tadeusz J. Tomaszewski University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law PL PS02-92
    • Complementary Strategies in DNA Identification of Specific Cases of Mina Disaster Victims Assoc Professor ahmad shojaei Legal Medicine Research Center, Legal Medicine Organization, Tehran, Iran IR PS02-94
    • The Development on Trace Fingerprint Detection Using Bi-Functional Nano-Composite Powders Miss JINMI JEUNG National Foresic Service Seoul Institution KR PS02-95
    • A Comparative Analysis of MiRNA Expression in Human Whole Saliva and Human Saliva-Derived Exosomes Mr Takashi Taki School of Medicine, Tokyo Women's Medical University JP PS02-96
    • Development of Novel Fingerprint Enhancement Method and Its Effect on STR Profiling  Mrs TINA SHARMA PUNJABI UNIVERSITY IN PS02-97
    • Application of QuEChERS Method to the Analysis of Pesticide Multi-Residue in Human Hair Ms Eunyoung Park Seoul National University KR PS02-98
    • Restoration of Lead Filled Chassis Number of Vehicles Preferably Used by Terrorist Mr MUHAMMAD ADNAN PUNJAB FORENSIC SCIENCE AGENCY LAHORE PK PS02-99
    • Discrimination of Single Polyester Fibers by Synchrotron Radiation Micro X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis Dr Yoshinori Nishiwaki Kochi university JP PS02-100
    • Multidisciplinary Forensic Case Co-Ordination at the NFI in the Netherlands Mrs Yvette Van Duin Netherlands Forensisc Institute NL PS02-101
    • Vehicle-Pedestrian Accidents in the Brazilian Federal District: A Comprehensive Study Mr Charles Albert Andrade Civil Police of the Brazilian Federal District (PCDF) BR PS02-102
    • Luminescent Probe for GSR Identification Dr Marcella Auxiliadora Melo Lucena University of Brasília BR PS02-103
    • Analysis of STR Profiles From the Ultraviolet Irradiated Bloodstain by Whole Genome Amplification Dr Jian Tie Nihon University School of Medicine JP PS02-104
    • Cases Similarities: The Crux for Fire Investigation Support and Knowledge Sustainability Miss Emmanuelle Erne Universtité de Lausanne CH PS02-105
    • Wildfires of Electrical Origin, Deaths and Litigation Professor Helmut G Brosz Institute of Forensic Electro-Pathology/Brosz Forensic Services CA PS02-106
    • Preliminary Study of Laminated Glasses Based on Nanocellulose and PVB for Safety Glazing Mrs Chloé Maury Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières CA PS02-107
    • Muscle Protein Degradation in PMI Estimation - Recent Accomplishments and Challenges Dr Stefan Pittner University of Salzburg AT PS02-108
    • Suitcase Concealment: An Analysis of the Taphonomic Processes and Their Effect on PMI Estimation Ms A. Skylar Joseph Boston University School of Medicine US PS02-109
    • RNA/DNA Co-Isolation and Differential Extraction of Sperm Cells in Mix Samples Assoc Professor Ayşe Serin University of Cukurova TR PS02-110
    • Reporting to the Coroner; Natural Disease and Common Trauma Related Deaths in Victoria, Australia Assoc Professor David Leo Ranson Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine AU PS02-111
    • Optimum Homogenization System for Use in Forensic Toxicology Laboratory Dr Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center IR PS02-112
    • Engineering Expertise Against Corruption in Brazil Mr Leonardo Mesquita de Souza Superintendência Regional de Polícia Federal BR PS02-113
    • Can You See It? The Ability to Identify Trace Amounts of Body Fluids Miss HILLARY ANDREA MULLINGS Institute of Forensic Science and Legal Medicine JM PS02-114
    • Underwater Decomposition and Forensic Entomology in Portsmouth, England Dr Paul Smith University of Portsmouth GB PS02-115
    • Are Animal Models Predictive for Human Postmortem Muscle Protein Degradation? Miss Bianca Ehrenfellner University of Salzburg AT PS02-116
    • Forensic Ancestry Analysis With Combined Two Ancestry Informative Marker (AIM) Panels Asst Professor Ozlem Bulbul Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-117
    • Optimization of a New 20plex STR Panel for Forensic Use Asst Professor Gonul Filoglu Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-118
    • Allele Frequencies of the Non-CODIS 10 STRs Loci in Turkish Population Asst Professor Gonul Filoglu Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-119
    • Direct PCR Amplification of Bloodstains Recovered From Hard Porous Materials Using FTA Elute Cards Asst Professor Jamie Fredericks Eastern Kentucky University US PS02-120
    • Traffic Accident Report Evaluated by Judges, Prosecutors, Public Defenders and Chiefs of Police Mr Mauricio Silva Sercheli Civil Police of the Brazilian Federal District (PCDF) BR PS02-121
    • A Study on Carcass Decomposition and Insects of Forensic Importance in Jamaica Miss Latoya Foote University of the West Indies JM PS02-122
    • Trends in Drug Dependence in Sri Lanka Professor Ravindra Fernando National Dangerous Drugs Control Board LK PS02-123
    • A Case Study of Extracting Blood Palmprint by Using Blood Auto Autofluorescence Mr Zhong Ke Chengdu Bureau of Public Security C.I.D CN PS02-124
    • A System for Testing and Analyzing Three-dimensional Footprints Dr Nan Pan Kunming University of Science & Technology CN PS02-125
    • Luminescent Markers for GSR: The Influence of Weapon Type Professor Aline Marcelino Arouca Brasília Federal Institute BR PS02-126
    • Importance of Fibers to Crime Reconstruction and Investigation Dr Catia Pontedeira ISMAI - University Institute of Maia PT PS02-127
    • UV-Vis-NIR Spectroscopy and Multivariate Analysis for Forensic Examination of Textile Fibers Asst Professor VISHAL SHARMA Panjab University IN PS02-128
    • Surveillance and Epidemiological Study of Illicit Drug-Related Fatalities in Taiwan (2001-2015) Dr Kai-Ping Shaw Institute of Forensic Medicine, Ministry of Justice, Taiwan (ROC) TW PS02-129
    • The Screening Errors of Cocaine Presence in Heroin Samples & Pharmaceuticals. Mr ZAHID MAHMOOD PUNJAB FORENSIC SCIENCE AGENCY PK PS02-130
    • Morphometric Characterization of the Superior Lateral Incisor for Sex Determination Dr Patricia Beatriz Denis-Rodriguez Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Veracruz MX PS02-131
    • Effect of Digital Media on Obtaining Knowledge on Sexual Rights/Offences: A Study From Sri Lanka Miss Bhagya Madhushani De Silva Faculty of Medicine LK PS02-132
    • Directions of Forensic Science Researches in the Republic of Belarus Assoc Professor Andrei Tsiatsiuyeu State Forensic Examination Committee of the Respublic of Belarus BY PS02-133
    • A Real Trace Evidence Case Presented as a Comic Mr Jairo Peláez Instituto Nacional de medicina legal y Ciencias Forenses CO PS02-134
    • Determination of Vegetal Oil Used in Aesthetic Surgery Mr Omar Andres Pinzon Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal y Ciencias Forenses CO PS02-135
    • Our Preparation for Next Disaster in Chiba, Japan Dr Ayumi Motomura Department of Legal Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine, Chiba University JP PS02-136
    • Ethical Dilemmas in Forensic Medical Practice Dr Indira Deepthi Kitulwatte Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka LK PS02-137
    • Miscarriage of Justice & Wrongful Conviction  - a Case Presentation Dr Murari Prasad Sarangi Cornwall Regional Hospital JM PS02-138
    • Individual Characteristics Within Firing Pin Impression of of 7.62x39 Caliber Rifle Mr Aurangzaib Ahmad Punjab Forensic Science Agency PK PS02-139
    • Determination of Type of Firearm When Only 12G Shotshell Cases are Submitted in Laboratory  Mr Aurangzaib Ahmad Punjab Forensic Science Agency PK PS02-140
    • Research on Application of Traces Test in Technical Appraisal of Road Traffic Accident Professor lili Li Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice.PRC CN PS02-141
    • Morphometrics, Craniofacial Disease Genes, and the Quest for the Genetic Basis of Facial Morphology Miss Bailey Harrington Erasmus Mundus Master in Forensic Science US PS02-142
    • Two Years Assay of Legal Abortion in South of Iran; Causes and Methods of Detection Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center IR PS02-143
    • Rapid DNA Technology for Generating 27-loci STR Profiles from Investigative Samples Mrs Julie French ANDE US PS02-144
    • Developmental Validation of a New 6-Dye STR 25-Plex for Casework and Database Samples Dr Xue Bai Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Public Security,China CN PS02-145
    • An Outlook of the Forensic Entomology in Colombia Contributions from Tecnológico de Antioquia Miss Luz Miryam Gomez Tecnologico de Antioquia CO PS02-146
    • Identification of Female-Specific Blood Stain Using 17β-estradiol Targeted Aptamer-based Sensor Dr Joo-Young Kim Gwangju Institute, National Forensic Service KR PS02-147
    • The Effects of Infection and Postmenopausa on the Presence of Lactobacillus in Vaginal Specimens Assoc Professor Ayşe Serin University of Cukurova TR PS02-148
    • The Metagenomic Analysis of the Samples in Cadavers Who Found in Water Using NGS Assoc Professor Akiko Tsuji Kyushu University JP PS02-149
    • Medicolegal Implications of Breast Textiloma Mimicking a Recurrent Tumor Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA TN PS02-150
    • It's The People-- Dr Sheila Margaret Willis Forensic Science Ireland IE PS02-151
    • Improvement Of The Success Rate Of Identification In Forensic Cases Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-152
    • Comparative Analysis of the Legal Regulation of Forensic Experts in Europe Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-153
    • DNA Identification of The Molotov Coctails Used In Explosive Activities Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-154
    • The Application of Laser Detection Line Trace Traceability System Dr Nan Pan Kunming University of Science & Technology CN PS02-155
    • Y Chromosome STR Typing: A Distinguishing Tool For Exclusion in Casework of Sexual Assault Dr SUMINDER KAUR Regional Forensic Science Laboratory IN PS02-156
    • A Retrospective Study of Road traffic Accident (R.T.A) 0n the High Way at Bogra district. Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA BD PS02-157
    • Unnatural Deaths of Girl Children and Female Youth; A Study from Three Provinces in Sri Lanka Dr Udara Dilrukshi Senarathne University of Sri Jayewardenepura, USJP LK PS02-158
    • Suicides in Old Age: The Croatian Study Assoc Professor Vedrana Petrovecki School of Medicine University of Zagreb HR PS02-159
    • A Comparative Study on Unnatural Female Deaths From Two Provinces in Sri Lanka Professor Anuruddhi Samanthika Edirisinghe Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya LK PS02-160
    • A Study on Female Homicides From Three Provinces in Sri Lanka Mr Dilina Sandaru Jayaratne University of Kelaniya LK PS02-161
    • Comparison of Lip and  Fingerprints Among Twins in a Sub-Saharan Africa Population Dr BAMIDELE MOROUNFOLU KOLUDE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN NG PS02-162
    • Ethical and Legal Considerations About the Age of Consent to Medical Intervention in Turkey Assoc Professor Gurkan Sert Marmara University TR PS02-163
    • A Novel Approach to Reform the Classification of Lip Prints Miss Jagmeet Kaur Punjabi University IN PS02-164
    • Forensic Molecular Genetic Laboratories: A Model Study In The Framework Of International Standards Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-165
    • Testing And Optimization of Method Validity For Forensic Genetic Analyzes Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-166
    • Killings by the Police in Finland 2000-2016 Dr Ursula Vala National Institute of Helath and Welfare FI PS02-167
    • Infanticide in South Tunisia: A 13 Years Study Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital TN PS02-168
    • Reporting of Unnatural Deaths of Females in Three Newspapers - A Qualitative Study from Sri Lanka Mr Sandaru Jayaratne Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya LK PS02-169
    • Recent Legal Measures Against Stalking in India Professor Anil Aggrawal Maulana Azad Medical College IN PS02-170
    • Activity of Forensic Experts and Quality Assurance in Hungary Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-171
    • Steps Towards the Creation of European Forensic Science Area in Hungary Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-172
    • Accreditation of Forensic Laboratories in Countries of the Visegrad Group Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-173
    • Ethical and Legal Issues About Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Turkey Assoc Professor Gurkan Sert Marmara University TR PS02-174
    • Assessment of Different Prediction Models Utilizing Two Predictors for Dental Age Estimation Asst Professor Mohd Shah Mahmood MY PS02-175
  • 10:15 - 12:15

    PNL01: Invited Speaker Session: NJI Panel: Miscarriages of Justice

    Location: Grand Ballroom West & Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Jeff Manishen, Hamilton, Canada & Kathy Gruspier, Toronto, Canada
    Learning Objectives
    1. Understanding the roles of each of the actors in the courtroom - prosecutor, defence counsel, judge, expert witness - in terms of ensuring that expert evidence is presented in an ethical manner.
    2. Learning techniques for managing expert forensic evidence to ensure fair and impartial hearings.
    3. Understanding how to assess novel science to minimize the risk of accepting bad science.
      Judge’s Panel (Miscarriages of Justice): (10:15 - 11:15)
    • Justice Susan Lang
    • Justice Stephen Goudge
    • Judge Roderick Kennedy
      Lawyer’s Panel (Wrongful Convictions)  (11:15-12:15)
    • Prof. Sandra Guerra Thompson
    • Ms. Sally Berlin
    • Mr. James Lockyer
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    OA11: Oral Session: Forensic Pathology

    Location: Grand Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Gert Saayman, Pretoria, South Africa, Loralie J. Langman, Rochester, United States of America
    • Electrical Abuse and Torture: Forensic Perspectives - Dr. Ryan Blumenthal. South Africa (OA11-01)
    • Gross and Histopathological Differentiation of Antemortem and Postmortem Electrocution Burn mark - Dr. Asit Sikary. India (OA11-02)
    • Histology of Tears of Small Veins Under Subdural Hematomas in the Infantile 'Triad Syndrome' - Dr. David Alastair Ramsay. Canada (OA11-03)
    • Expectations Unfulfilled - Prof Fawzi Benomran. United Arab Emirates (OA11-04)
    • Endovascular Procedures and Hydrophilic Polymer Emboli: Under-Reported Contributors to Mortality. - Dr. Tyler Hickey. Canada (OA11-05)
    • Real World Frontal Impacts Involving Infant Occupants  - Dr. Michael Shkrum. Canada (OA11-06)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    OA12: International Organization of Forensic Odonto-Stomatology (IOFOS)

    Location: Sheraton Hall B, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Vilma Pinchi, Florence, Italy & Hrvoje Brkic, Zagreb, Croatia
    • Dental Age Assessment Among Tunisian Children Using the Demirjian Method - Abir Aissaoui. Tunisia (OA12-01)
    • EU Policies Related to Unaccompanied Minor Asylum Seekers' Age Estimation Procedures: New Issues - Dr. Francesco Pradella. Italty (OA12-02)
    • Age Estimation by Assessment of Dental Pulp Volume: A Bayesian Method Applied to Dental Evidence - Assoc Prof. Vilma Pinchi. Italy (OA12-03)
    • (OA12-04)
    • Estimating Age From Dental Eruption Based on Italian School Children: Percent to Probability - Grant Mullen. USA (OA12-05)
    • Istanbul Protocol – a Review From a Forensic Odontology Perspective  - Dr. Elif Gunce. Canada (OA12-06)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    OA13: Oral Session: Criminalistics

    Location: Sheraton Hall C, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Pierre Margot, Lausanne, Switzerland, Vincent M. Eagan Victoria, Canada
    • Analysis of Fibres and Other Traces by Automated Microscopy - Dr. Jaap Weerd. Netherlands (OA13-01)
    • New Forensic Technology: A Validation Study - Alexander Smyth. UK (OA13-02)
    • (OA13-03)
    • Analysis of Breath for Cannabis Markers Using Capillary Microextraction of Volatiles (CMV)  - Prof. Jose Almirall. USA (OA13-04)
    • Setting Acceptance Criteria for Lubricant Analysis of Swabs at the Centre of Forensic Sciences (CFS) - Dalia Bagby. Canada (OA13-05)
    • Fibre Transfer and Persistence Studies: Are We Contaminating Our Scenes of Crime Suits? - Claiare Gwinnett. UK (OA13-06)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    OA14: Oral Session: Biology

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Jonathan Millman, Toronto, Canada & Thambirajah Balachandra, Winnipeg, Canada
    • A Comparison of DNA Recovery Methods Using DNA 17 and Rapid Hit DNA Technologies - Dr. Laura Walton-Williams. UK (OA14-01)
    • A Machine Learning-Based Assessment of the Number of Contributors in DNA Mixtures - Michael Marciano. USA (OA14-02)
    • A Study Into the Estimation of Bloodstain Age Using Changes in Colour Model Parameters' - Ray Palmer. UK (OA14-03)
    • Identification of Medicinal Plants in Illegal Trade Through DNA Barcodes - Prof Mukesh Thakar. India (OA14-04)
    • Genetic Architecture of Five Ethnic Groups of Punjab (North‑West India) - Asst Prof. Gagandeep Singh. India (OA14-05)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    OA15: Oral Session: Management/ Quality Assurance

    Location: Chestnut East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Max Houck, Saint Petersburg, United States of America & Werner Jacobs, Edegem, Belgium
    • Using Minutiae Counts in Fingermark Quality Assessment: Operational and Psychological Perspectives - Dr. Helen Earwaker. UK (OA15-01)
    • Ensuring the Mental Health of Your Mortuary Staff: Wellbeing Strategies for Good Practice - Rebecca Owen. Australia (OA15-02)
    •  The Consensus Standards Creation: A Global Concern in Forensic Sciences - Asst Prof. He Xiaodan. China (OA15-03)
    • The Establishment of Forensic Science Laboratory Services in the West Bank - Sarah Donnelly. Vienna, Austria (OA15-04)
    • The Need for Leadership Training in Forensics and the Success of the Forensic Management Academy - Martina Bison-Huckaby. USA (OA15-05)
    • The National Institute of Forensic Science and Forensic Governance in Australia & New Zealand - Dr. Linzi Wilson-Wilde. Australia (OA15-06)
  • 12:00 - 13:30

    Lunch Break & Poster Viewing (PS02)

    Location: Sheraton: Osgoode Ballroom West, Sheraton Ballroom E & F, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    • Spectrum of Cerebral Pathology as a Function of Survival Time in Abusive Head Trauma Dr Rudy J Castellani Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine US PS02-01
    • Implications of the Thin Eggshell Skull Rule on Documenting the Manner of Death Asst Professor Sylvester
    • Onzivua Makerere University College of Health Sciences UG PS02-02
    • Integrated Proteo-Genomics and MALDI-Imaging Analysis in Forensic Body Fluids and Fingermarks Traces Mr Sathisha Kamanna Flinders University AU PS02-03
    • Forensic Advisors – Role and Usefulness in the Judicial Process in Belgium Dr Sonja Bitzer National
    • Institute for Criminalistics and Criminology BE PS02-04
    • Inbreeding Effect on Forensic Investigations Involving DNA Mixtures: The Lebanese Population Case Mrs Sarah Abbas University of Lausanne CH PS02-05
    • PMI Estimation Considerations Based on Blowflies' (Diptera:Calliphoridae) Response to Competition Mr Marcos Patricio Macedo Federal District State Police BR PS02-06
    • NMR Analysis and Qualitative Confirmation of Illicit Drugs in Mixtures Mr Travis Broneske Metropolitan State University of Denver US PS02-07
    • The Persistence of Fibres on Window Frames: Should we be Sampling? Assoc Professor Claire Gwinnett Staffordshire University GB PS02-08
    • Dental Age Estimation in Adults: East-Central Europe Region Mr Daniel Dvorak Institute of Criminalistics Prague CZ PS02-09
    • Single Metal Deposition vs Physical Developer, a Comparison of Two Fingermark Detection Techniques Dr Sebastien Moret University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-10
    • Front End DNA Analysis Enhancements: Collection, Recovery, Sample Integrity and Improved Workflow Nicole Novroski University of North Texas Health Science Center US PS02-11
    • The Analysis of Cutting Agents in Australian Seizures of Cocaine and Heroin Over Six Years Ms Harmonie Michelot University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-12
    • The Detection of Latent Fingermarks Using Luminescent Metal-Organic Frameworks Dr Xanthe Spindler University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-14
    • Supporting Fingerprint Identification Assessments Using a Skin Stretch Model Miss Rebecca Lee University of Technology, Sydney AU PS02-15
    • "Cutting-edge" Research: Identification and Classification of Knife Trauma on Bone Dr Catherine Jayne Tennick School of Forensic and Applied Sciences GB PS02-16
    • Effect of Photocopier on the Forensic Examination of Photocopied Thumb Impressions Miss LOVEPREET KAUR Punjabi University IN PS02-17
    • Validation of the Y-Screen Assay Using the Quantifiler™ Trio DNA Quantification Kit Angela Koenig Thermo Fisher Scientific US PS02-18
    • Fingermark-SELEX: A Novel Approach to Develop DNA Aptamers for Fingermark Detection Ms Rolanda Lam University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-19
    • The Chemometric Analysis of Fuel Components to Classify UK Petrol and Diesel Using GC-MS and FTIR Miss Praew Suppajariyawat University of Lincoln GB PS02-20
    • Inside Knowledge of the Factors Influencing Fingermark Detection Dr Scott Chadwick University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-21
    • Excessive Fuming with Cyanoacrylate for the Detection of Latent Fingermarks on Polymer Banknotes Ms Rolanda Lam University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-22
    • Implementing a national human DNA finger printing database in Iraq Dr AREEN Tahrir Al Hadithi MEDICO LEGAL DIRECTORATE IQ PS02-23
    • From Capital Murder to Not-Guilty: Pathology-Radiology Correlation.    Dr Shaku Teas Forensic Pathologist US PS02-24
    • Investigation of Different Swab Types for Collection of Biological Sample from Various Fabrics. Ms Blaine Butler Luna Innovations US PS02-25
    • A Study of Error in the Estimation of the Origin of a Radial Spatter Pattern Miss Jordan Deppisch The Pennsylvania State University US PS02-26
    • Development of a Dissolvable Swab for Increased Biospecimen Recovery Dr Nikolai Braun Luna Innovations US PS02-27
    • Chemometrics Applied to Chemical Profiles of Cocaine Seizures: A Forensic Intelligence Approach Ms Harmonie Michelot University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-28
    • Infrared Photography - An Auxiliary Tool in Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Eva Meixner University of Zurich CH PS02-29
    • The AardvarkTM :  A Preliminary Study in Forensic Trace Evidence Collection Miss Laurence DESAUTELS Université du Quebec à Trois-Rivieres CA PS02-30
    • Applications of Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy on Headlights Dyes and Drugs Identifications Mr Yin Pak Cheng CUNY City College of New York US PS02-31
    • Application of Dye Analysis in Forensic Fibre and Textile Examination: Case Examples Dr Jaap van der Weerd Netherlands Forensic Institute NL PS02-32
    • Advances in the Use of Infrared Fluorescent Reagents for Latent Fingermark Visualization Dr Roberto S P King Foster + Freeman Ltd GB PS02-33
    • The Effectiveness of Different Taping Methods for Fibres Retrieval for ISO17020 Accreditation Assoc Professor Claire Gwinnett Staffordshire University GB PS02-34
    • Impact of Automated Methods Applied to DNA Profiling Workflow Management Dr Kevin W.P. Miller Hamilton Robotics US PS02-35
    • Microscopy of Traces on Tape Lifts With High Optical Resolution   Dr Jaap van der Weerd Netherlands Forensic Institute NL PS02-36
    • Latent Fingerprint Recovery from Canadian Polymer Banknote Submerged in Water Mr Peter Truong University of Windsor CA PS02-37
    • Evaluation of Sample Collection Techniques to Recover DNA From Bloodstained Construction Materials Asst Professor Jamie Fredericks Eastern kentucky University US PS02-38
    • Forensic Analysis of Glass Fragments by LA-ICP-MS Method. Sampling and Glass Corrosion Issues Dr Dariusz Wilk Faculty of Law and Administration, Jagiellonian University in Krakow PL PS02-39
    • Using Bioaffinity-based Cascades for the Discernment of Biological Sex from Fingerprint Samples Miss Crystal Huynh University at Albany, State University of New York US PS02-40
    • XRD Analysis of Soil Beneath Rabbit Carcass: An Implication to Forensic Science Mr Sarabjit Singh Punjabi University IN PS02-41
    • Rural Crime in the UK: What Works to Prevent Crime Against Species? Ms Dorothea Alice Delpech UCL GB PS02-42
    • Bottom Up Proteomics for Detection and Provenance Determination of Blood in Stains and Fingermarks Miss Lisa Deininger Sheffield Hallam University GB PS02-43
    • Y-STR Genetic Structure of Most Common Surnames in Jamaica:Forensic Implications Ms Tanesha Fagan University of the West Indies JM PS02-44
    • Establishment and Application of the PCR Capillary Electrophoresis System for Diagnosis of Drowning Dr Quyi Xu Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute CN PS02-45
    • An Elephant qPCR Assay for Forensic Purposes Asst Professor Jillian Fesolovich Keystone College US PS02-46
    • The Use of a Synthetic Oligonucleotide for Creating a Standard Curve for qPCR Assays Asst Professor Jillian Fesolovich Keystone College US PS02-47
    • R & D of Chemical Technologies for Discriminative Quantification of Elements in Evidence Samples Dr Shinichi Suzuki National Research Institute of Police Science JP PS02-48
    • Focus Variation With Integrated Form Removal for Forensic Comparison of Bullet Striations Dr karl walton University of Huddersfield GB PS02-49
    • An Approach Adopted in Unexpected Escalation of Crimes Requiring Forensic Scientist Examination Mr GUSTAVO COSTA POLÍCIA FEDERAL BR PS02-50
    • Forensic Biology - the Effects of Fingerprinting Techniques on DNA Analysis Ms Krystal Onica James University of the West Indies JM PS02-51
    • Microbial DNA Extraction from Forensic Samples: A Test of Three Methods Ms Claire Cartozzo Virginia Commonwealth University US PS02-52
    • Autosomal STR data of 15 AmpFISTR Identifiler™ loci in Southeast of Iran Dr Arash Alipourtabrizi Legal Medicine Research Center,Legal Medicine Organization IR PS02-53
    • Mutation Rates of Y-STR Loci and Incidences of Non-Paternity Among Purported Paternal Relatives Ms Suni Edson ARP/AFDIL/AFMES & Flinders University US PS02-54
    • Forensic Tests Protocol to Analyse Failured Tires From Road Accidents Asst Professor João Manuel Pereira Dias IDMEC, Instituto Superior Técnico PT PS02-55
    • The Study of Influences on DNA Recovery From Different Moistening Solutions Mr Byung-Won Chun National Forensic Service KR PS02-56
    • First Application of a Muscle Protein Based Approach for Time Since Death Estimation Ms Angela Zissler University of Salzburg AT PS02-57
    • The Development of the New Gonosomal InDel Panels Asst Professor Gonul Filoglu Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-58
    • Credibility of Medicolegal Reports: Impact of Quality Management Systems Dr Mamdouh Kamal Zaki Jeddah Forensic Medicine Center SA PS02-59
    • Application of Advanced Analytical Techniques in the Analysis of Post-Explosion Traces  Dr Ahmed Salem Forensic Medicine Authority - Ministry of Justice EG PS02-60
    • DNA Analysis of Mixed Sexual Assault and Touch Samples With the DEPArray Digital Cell-Sorting System Dr Jack Ballantyne University of Central Florida US PS02-61
    • A Novel DNA/RNA Co-extraction Method Using EZ1 DNA Investigator Extraction ‘Waste’  Dr Erin Hanson University of Central Florida US PS02-62
    • Genetic and Micro-chemical Analysis of Household Dust As an Identifier of a Room and its Occupants Dr Erin Hanson University of Central Florida US PS02-63
    • Investigating Touch DNA Recovery From Ivory as a Method to Identify Poachers and Traffickers Miss Emily Louise Horrocks University of Portsmouth GB PS02-64
    • Easylift Tape System: Simultaneous Presumptive Testing for Blood and Retrieval of Fibres Evidence Assoc Professor Claire Gwinnett Staffordshire University GB PS02-65
    • Injury Prediction for Vulnerable Road Users Using Computational Biomechanical Models Asst Professor Joao Pereira Dias Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa PT PS02-66
    • Criminal-Science: Study of Technical and Jurisprudential Aspects About Drugs Law in Brazil Asst Professor Aline Thaís Bruni FFCLRP/USP BR PS02-67
    • European Forensic Science Area (EFSA 2020) – New Challenges in Forensic Science Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-68
    • Comparison of XRF, SEM-EDS and LA-ICP-MS in Forensic Glass Fragment Analysis Miss Yester Ozmerinoglu Istanbul Forensic Science Institute TR PS02-70
    • Forensic body fluid identification using proteomics on LC-QTOF Mr Michael Bissonnette Centre of Forensic Sciences CA PS02-71
    • Investigating the Use of 5-MTN, Genipin and Lawsone to Identify Areas Of "Touch" DNA Deposition Ms Michelle Tremblay Centre of Forensic Sciences CA PS02-72
    • Recovery and Analysis of DNA from Cartridge Cases Miss Paula Mickiewicz Centre of Forensic Sciences CA PS02-73
    • New Developing Reagent for Latent Fingermark Visualization: Fuller's Earth (Multani Mitti) Miss Pallavi Thakur Punjabi University IN PS02-74
    • Towards the Development of Semi-Synthetic Staining for the Detection of Erased Tattoo on the Living Mr Gabriel Emond Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières CA PS02-75
    • Luminescent markers for GSR: Determination of the shooting position and encoding of ammunition. Professor Aline Marcelino Arouca Brasília Federal Institute BR PS02-76
    • Fingerprint Analysis: Chemical Recognition of Amino Acids for Identifying Originator Attributes Miss Erica Brunelle University at Albany, State University of New York US PS02-77
    • D4N6FLOQSwabs™ Allows Repeat Testing of Original Trace Collected From Crime Scene  Mrs Santina Castriciano Copan Italia Spa IT PS02-78
    • A New Calorimetric Identification of Benzodiazepine: Using Cobalt Thiocyanate as Reagent Mr ZAHID MAHMOOD PUNJAB FORENSIC SCIENCE AGENCY PK PS02-79
    • Copan 4N6Devices for Resolving the Mysteries of Crime Scene Investigations Mrs Santina Castriciano Copan Italia Spa IT PS02-80
    • Investigating the Weathering Patterns of Biodiesel Professor Zhaohua Dai Pace University US PS02-81
    • Copan CPA200™ Semi-Automated Card Puncher – Version 2 Performance  Mr Gabriele Savoldi Copan NewLab Engineering IT PS02-82
    • Visualization of Latent Fingerprints on Fruits and Vegetables Miss Shanelle Dalley University of Windsor CA PS02-83
    • Study on Strontium Aluminate Phosphor Material for Fingermark Detection Professor Li Liu Criminal Investigation Police University of China CN PS02-84
    • Utility of Bacteria Associated with Human Hairs in Forensic Investigations Miss Courtney Nicole Hutchens Virginia Commonwealth University US PS02-85
    • Developing Fingerprints With Two 1,2-Indanedione-Zinc Chloride Fomulations: A Comparison Miss Jackie Trink Trent University CA PS02-86
    • The Detection of Exogenous Drug in Fingerprints After Development With Powders and Adhesive Lifters Mrs Ting Zhang National Police University of China CN PS02-87
    • Validating the Effects of Fingerprint Products and Techniques on Different Surfaces in Jamaica Mr Gregory JOHN Williams UWI/CAFS JM PS02-88
    • Identification of 9mm Cartridge Cases on the Basis of Striated Ejector Marks Mr Hafiz Muhammad Usman Punjab Forensic Science Agency PK PS02-89
    • Visualization of Obliterated Serial Numbers Using Magnetic Particle Testing Mr Kazuhito Hibino National Police Agancy Government of Japan JP PS02-90
    • A Novel D-π-A Type Fluorescence Dye  for Selective Sensing of Picric Acid in Aqueous Media Dr Jin Xiaodong Jiangsu Police Institute CN PS02-91
    • New Forensic Science Study at the University of Warsaw Professor Tadeusz J. Tomaszewski University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law PL PS02-92
    • Complementary Strategies in DNA Identification of Specific Cases of Mina Disaster Victims Assoc Professor ahmad shojaei Legal Medicine Research Center, Legal Medicine Organization, Tehran, Iran IR PS02-94
    • The Development on Trace Fingerprint Detection Using Bi-Functional Nano-Composite Powders Miss JINMI JEUNG National Foresic Service Seoul Institution KR PS02-95
    • A Comparative Analysis of MiRNA Expression in Human Whole Saliva and Human Saliva-Derived Exosomes Mr Takashi Taki School of Medicine, Tokyo Women's Medical University JP PS02-96
    • Development of Novel Fingerprint Enhancement Method and Its Effect on STR Profiling  Mrs TINA SHARMA PUNJABI UNIVERSITY IN PS02-97
    • Application of QuEChERS Method to the Analysis of Pesticide Multi-Residue in Human Hair Ms Eunyoung Park Seoul National University KR PS02-98
    • Restoration of Lead Filled Chassis Number of Vehicles Preferably Used by Terrorist Mr MUHAMMAD ADNAN PUNJAB FORENSIC SCIENCE AGENCY LAHORE PK PS02-99
    • Discrimination of Single Polyester Fibers by Synchrotron Radiation Micro X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis Dr Yoshinori Nishiwaki Kochi university JP PS02-100
    • Multidisciplinary Forensic Case Co-Ordination at the NFI in the Netherlands Mrs Yvette Van Duin Netherlands Forensisc Institute NL PS02-101
    • Vehicle-Pedestrian Accidents in the Brazilian Federal District: A Comprehensive Study Mr Charles Albert Andrade Civil Police of the Brazilian Federal District (PCDF) BR PS02-102
    • Luminescent Probe for GSR Identification Dr Marcella Auxiliadora Melo Lucena University of Brasília BR PS02-103
    • Analysis of STR Profiles From the Ultraviolet Irradiated Bloodstain by Whole Genome Amplification Dr Jian Tie Nihon University School of Medicine JP PS02-104
    • Cases Similarities: The Crux for Fire Investigation Support and Knowledge Sustainability Miss Emmanuelle Erne Universtité de Lausanne CH PS02-105
    • Wildfires of Electrical Origin, Deaths and Litigation Professor Helmut G Brosz Institute of Forensic Electro-Pathology/Brosz Forensic Services CA PS02-106
    • Preliminary Study of Laminated Glasses Based on Nanocellulose and PVB for Safety Glazing Mrs Chloé Maury Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières CA PS02-107
    • Muscle Protein Degradation in PMI Estimation - Recent Accomplishments and Challenges Dr Stefan Pittner University of Salzburg AT PS02-108
    • Suitcase Concealment: An Analysis of the Taphonomic Processes and Their Effect on PMI Estimation Ms A. Skylar Joseph Boston University School of Medicine US PS02-109
    • RNA/DNA Co-Isolation and Differential Extraction of Sperm Cells in Mix Samples Assoc Professor Ayşe Serin University of Cukurova TR PS02-110
    • Reporting to the Coroner; Natural Disease and Common Trauma Related Deaths in Victoria, Australia Assoc Professor David Leo Ranson Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine AU PS02-111
    • Optimum Homogenization System for Use in Forensic Toxicology Laboratory Dr Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center IR PS02-112
    • Engineering Expertise Against Corruption in Brazil Mr Leonardo Mesquita de Souza Superintendência Regional de Polícia Federal BR PS02-113
    • Can You See It? The Ability to Identify Trace Amounts of Body Fluids Miss HILLARY ANDREA MULLINGS Institute of Forensic Science and Legal Medicine JM PS02-114
    • Underwater Decomposition and Forensic Entomology in Portsmouth, England Dr Paul Smith University of Portsmouth GB PS02-115
    • Are Animal Models Predictive for Human Postmortem Muscle Protein Degradation? Miss Bianca Ehrenfellner University of Salzburg AT PS02-116
    • Forensic Ancestry Analysis With Combined Two Ancestry Informative Marker (AIM) Panels Asst Professor Ozlem Bulbul Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-117
    • Optimization of a New 20plex STR Panel for Forensic Use Asst Professor Gonul Filoglu Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-118
    • Allele Frequencies of the Non-CODIS 10 STRs Loci in Turkish Population Asst Professor Gonul Filoglu Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-119
    • Direct PCR Amplification of Bloodstains Recovered From Hard Porous Materials Using FTA Elute Cards Asst Professor Jamie Fredericks Eastern Kentucky University US PS02-120
    • Traffic Accident Report Evaluated by Judges, Prosecutors, Public Defenders and Chiefs of Police Mr Mauricio Silva Sercheli Civil Police of the Brazilian Federal District (PCDF) BR PS02-121
    • A Study on Carcass Decomposition and Insects of Forensic Importance in Jamaica Miss Latoya Foote University of the West Indies JM PS02-122
    • Trends in Drug Dependence in Sri Lanka Professor Ravindra Fernando National Dangerous Drugs Control Board LK PS02-123
    • A Case Study of Extracting Blood Palmprint by Using Blood Auto Autofluorescence Mr Zhong Ke Chengdu Bureau of Public Security C.I.D CN PS02-124
    • A System for Testing and Analyzing Three-dimensional Footprints Dr Nan Pan Kunming University of Science & Technology CN PS02-125
    • Luminescent Markers for GSR: The Influence of Weapon Type Professor Aline Marcelino Arouca Brasília Federal Institute BR PS02-126
    • Importance of Fibers to Crime Reconstruction and Investigation Dr Catia Pontedeira ISMAI - University Institute of Maia PT PS02-127
    • UV-Vis-NIR Spectroscopy and Multivariate Analysis for Forensic Examination of Textile Fibers Asst Professor VISHAL SHARMA Panjab University IN PS02-128
    • Surveillance and Epidemiological Study of Illicit Drug-Related Fatalities in Taiwan (2001-2015) Dr Kai-Ping Shaw Institute of Forensic Medicine, Ministry of Justice, Taiwan (ROC) TW PS02-129
    • The Screening Errors of Cocaine Presence in Heroin Samples & Pharmaceuticals. Mr ZAHID MAHMOOD PUNJAB FORENSIC SCIENCE AGENCY PK PS02-130
    • Morphometric Characterization of the Superior Lateral Incisor for Sex Determination Dr Patricia Beatriz Denis-Rodriguez Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Veracruz MX PS02-131
    • Effect of Digital Media on Obtaining Knowledge on Sexual Rights/Offences: A Study From Sri Lanka Miss Bhagya Madhushani De Silva Faculty of Medicine LK PS02-132
    • Directions of Forensic Science Researches in the Republic of Belarus Assoc Professor Andrei Tsiatsiuyeu State Forensic Examination Committee of the Respublic of Belarus BY PS02-133
    • A Real Trace Evidence Case Presented as a Comic Mr Jairo Peláez Instituto Nacional de medicina legal y Ciencias Forenses CO PS02-134
    • Determination of Vegetal Oil Used in Aesthetic Surgery Mr Omar Andres Pinzon Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal y Ciencias Forenses CO PS02-135
    • Our Preparation for Next Disaster in Chiba, Japan Dr Ayumi Motomura Department of Legal Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine, Chiba University JP PS02-136
    • Ethical Dilemmas in Forensic Medical Practice Dr Indira Deepthi Kitulwatte Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka LK PS02-137
    • Miscarriage of Justice & Wrongful Conviction  - a Case Presentation Dr Murari Prasad Sarangi Cornwall Regional Hospital JM PS02-138
    • Individual Characteristics Within Firing Pin Impression of of 7.62x39 Caliber Rifle Mr Aurangzaib Ahmad Punjab Forensic Science Agency PK PS02-139
    • Determination of Type of Firearm When Only 12G Shotshell Cases are Submitted in Laboratory  Mr Aurangzaib Ahmad Punjab Forensic Science Agency PK PS02-140
    • Research on Application of Traces Test in Technical Appraisal of Road Traffic Accident Professor lili Li Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice.PRC CN PS02-141
    • Morphometrics, Craniofacial Disease Genes, and the Quest for the Genetic Basis of Facial Morphology Miss Bailey Harrington Erasmus Mundus Master in Forensic Science US PS02-142
    • Two Years Assay of Legal Abortion in South of Iran; Causes and Methods of Detection Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center IR PS02-143
    • Rapid DNA Technology for Generating 27-loci STR Profiles from Investigative Samples Mrs Julie French ANDE US PS02-144
    • Developmental Validation of a New 6-Dye STR 25-Plex for Casework and Database Samples Dr Xue Bai Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Public Security,China CN PS02-145
    • An Outlook of the Forensic Entomology in Colombia Contributions from Tecnológico de Antioquia Miss Luz Miryam Gomez Tecnologico de Antioquia CO PS02-146
    • Identification of Female-Specific Blood Stain Using 17β-estradiol Targeted Aptamer-based Sensor Dr Joo-Young Kim Gwangju Institute, National Forensic Service KR PS02-147
    • The Effects of Infection and Postmenopausa on the Presence of Lactobacillus in Vaginal Specimens Assoc Professor Ayşe Serin University of Cukurova TR PS02-148
    • The Metagenomic Analysis of the Samples in Cadavers Who Found in Water Using NGS Assoc Professor Akiko Tsuji Kyushu University JP PS02-149
    • Medicolegal Implications of Breast Textiloma Mimicking a Recurrent Tumor Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA TN PS02-150
    • It's The People-- Dr Sheila Margaret Willis Forensic Science Ireland IE PS02-151
    • Improvement Of The Success Rate Of Identification In Forensic Cases Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-152
    • Comparative Analysis of the Legal Regulation of Forensic Experts in Europe Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-153
    • DNA Identification of The Molotov Coctails Used In Explosive Activities Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-154
    • The Application of Laser Detection Line Trace Traceability System Dr Nan Pan Kunming University of Science & Technology CN PS02-155
    • Y Chromosome STR Typing: A Distinguishing Tool For Exclusion in Casework of Sexual Assault Dr SUMINDER KAUR Regional Forensic Science Laboratory IN PS02-156
    • A Retrospective Study of Road traffic Accident (R.T.A) 0n the High Way at Bogra district. Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA BD PS02-157
    • Unnatural Deaths of Girl Children and Female Youth; A Study from Three Provinces in Sri Lanka Dr Udara Dilrukshi Senarathne University of Sri Jayewardenepura, USJP LK PS02-158
    • Suicides in Old Age: The Croatian Study Assoc Professor Vedrana Petrovecki School of Medicine University of Zagreb HR PS02-159
    • A Comparative Study on Unnatural Female Deaths From Two Provinces in Sri Lanka Professor Anuruddhi Samanthika Edirisinghe Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya LK PS02-160
    • A Study on Female Homicides From Three Provinces in Sri Lanka Mr Dilina Sandaru Jayaratne University of Kelaniya LK PS02-161
    • Comparison of Lip and  Fingerprints Among Twins in a Sub-Saharan Africa Population Dr BAMIDELE MOROUNFOLU KOLUDE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN NG PS02-162
    • Ethical and Legal Considerations About the Age of Consent to Medical Intervention in Turkey Assoc Professor Gurkan Sert Marmara University TR PS02-163
    • A Novel Approach to Reform the Classification of Lip Prints Miss Jagmeet Kaur Punjabi University IN PS02-164
    • Forensic Molecular Genetic Laboratories: A Model Study In The Framework Of International Standards Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-165
    • Testing And Optimization of Method Validity For Forensic Genetic Analyzes Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-166
    • Killings by the Police in Finland 2000-2016 Dr Ursula Vala National Institute of Helath and Welfare FI PS02-167
    • Infanticide in South Tunisia: A 13 Years Study Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital TN PS02-168
    • Reporting of Unnatural Deaths of Females in Three Newspapers - A Qualitative Study from Sri Lanka Mr Sandaru Jayaratne Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya LK PS02-169
    • Recent Legal Measures Against Stalking in India Professor Anil Aggrawal Maulana Azad Medical College IN PS02-170
    • Activity of Forensic Experts and Quality Assurance in Hungary Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-171
    • Steps Towards the Creation of European Forensic Science Area in Hungary Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-172
    • Accreditation of Forensic Laboratories in Countries of the Visegrad Group Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-173
    • Ethical and Legal Issues About Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Turkey Assoc Professor Gurkan Sert Marmara University TR PS02-174
    • Assessment of Different Prediction Models Utilizing Two Predictors for Dental Age Estimation Asst Professor Mohd Shah Mahmood MY PS02-175
  • 13:45 - 14:15

    CS04: Violence Against Women and Vulnerable Persons

    Location: Sheraton: Grand Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Dr. Rebekah Jacques & Dr. Kona Williams, Toronto, Canada
    • Sexual Violence against Women and Vulnerable Persons "Hidden in Plain Sight - Dr. Catherine White, St. Mary’s Centre The Old St. Mary’s Hospital, UK (CS04-01)
  • 13:45 - 15:45

    OA16: Oral Session: Miscarriages of Justice and Wrongful Convictions

    Location: Sheraton Hall B, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: David L. Ranson, Southbank, Australia & Caitlin Pakosh, Toronto, Canada
    • Systematic Analysis of the Role of Forensic Errors in Wrongful Convictions and How to Move Forward - Nadine Smit. UK (OA16-01)
    • Using Structured Analytic Techniques to Mitigate Bias in Forensic Science - Dr. Max Houck. USA (OA16-02)
    • Forensic Science Evidence and Wrongful Convictions in Non-Adversarial European Countries - Dr. Joelle Vuille. Switzerland (OA16-03)
    • Death Penalty and the Drug War in the Philippines: Can Forensic Science Make a Difference? - Jose Jose. Philippines (OA16-04)
    • The Story of Creating a National "Hannibal" – When Science Gets Lost in Ambition - Dr. Elif Gunce. Canada (OA16-05)
    • Moral Panics and Hidden Agendas - What's It Got to Do With Forensic Science? - Prof Martin Evison. UK (OA16-06)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    CS03: The American Academy of Forensic Sciences Douglas M. Lucas Medal & Lecture

    Location: Grand Ballroom West & Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Betty Layne DesPortes, Richmond, USA
    • The Evolution of Forensic Anthropology - Dr. Douglas H. Ubelaker. USA (CS03-01)
    • Deciphering Crime Systems Through Forensic Science: The Emergence of Interdisciplinary Approaches - Claude Roux, University of Technology, Australia (CS03-02)
    • Dr. Linzi Wilson-Wilde, National Institute of Forensic Science, Australia (CS03-03)
  • 14:15 - 15:15

    CS05: Invited Speaker Session: Miscarriages of Justice and Wrongful Convictions

    Location: Grand Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Stephen Cordner, Southbank, Australia & Rhonda L. Smith, Peterborough, Canada
    • Justice Delayed is Justice Denied: Seeking Answers from Wrongful Convictions - Prof. Frederick R. Bieber, USA (CS05-01)
    • Expert Evidence and Miscarriages of Justice: Some Solutions to the Problem - Prof Keith Rix. UK (CS05-02)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    OA17: Oral Session: General

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Reuven Jhirad, Toronto, Canada & David Eden, Toronto, Canada
    • Delivery of Forensic Assistance in International Settings - Mark Mogle. USA (OA17-01)
    • An Expanded Role for Forensic Science and a Pathway to Achieving it. - Dr. Sarah Benson. Australia (OA17-02)
    • The Development of a European Forensic Education Network (EFEN): Collaboration Across Borders - Claire Gwinnett. UK (OA17-03)
    • Factors Which Influence Jurors' Interpretation of the Value of Forensic Science Testimony - Asst Prof. Aleicia Wilcox. USA (OA17-04)
    • Forensic Confrontation: International Murder Prosecution Involving American Embassy Security - Dr. Laura Liptai. USA (OA17-06)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    OA18: Oral Session: Quality Assurance/Drugs

    Location: Chestnut East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Ashraf Mozayani, Houston, United States of America & Lorraine Du Toit-Prinsloo, Sydney, Australia
    • Triaging Factors for Biological Traces - Dr. Sonja Bitzer. Belgium (OA18-03)
    • The Making of the DNA Hit of the Year Award - Tim Schellberg. USA (OA18-06)
    • A Novel use of Coroner Data to Create a Toxicology Surveillance System in Pregnant Women - Dr. Anthea Paul. Canada (OA18-01)
    • A Risk Based Approach to Measurement Uncertainty & Data Integrity in Forensic Drug Analysis - Dr. Klaus Fritsch. Switzerland (OA18-05)
    • An Overview of Singapore HSA Forensic Laboratories' Quality Management Framework - Yen Hui Lau. Singapore (OA18-02)
    • Varying Levels of Methamphetamine in Hair of Five Family Members Living in an Ex-Meth Lab - Assoc Prof. Stewart Walker. Australia (OA18-04)
  • 15:15 - 16:00

    Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing (PS02)

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom West, Sheraton Ballroom, E & F, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    • Spectrum of Cerebral Pathology as a Function of Survival Time in Abusive Head Trauma Dr Rudy J Castellani Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine US PS02-01
    • Implications of the Thin Eggshell Skull Rule on Documenting the Manner of Death Asst Professor Sylvester
    • Onzivua Makerere University College of Health Sciences UG PS02-02
    • Integrated Proteo-Genomics and MALDI-Imaging Analysis in Forensic Body Fluids and Fingermarks Traces Mr Sathisha Kamanna Flinders University AU PS02-03
    • Forensic Advisors – Role and Usefulness in the Judicial Process in Belgium Dr Sonja Bitzer National
    • Institute for Criminalistics and Criminology BE PS02-04
    • Inbreeding Effect on Forensic Investigations Involving DNA Mixtures: The Lebanese Population Case Mrs Sarah Abbas University of Lausanne CH PS02-05
    • PMI Estimation Considerations Based on Blowflies' (Diptera:Calliphoridae) Response to Competition Mr Marcos Patricio Macedo Federal District State Police BR PS02-06
    • NMR Analysis and Qualitative Confirmation of Illicit Drugs in Mixtures Mr Travis Broneske Metropolitan State University of Denver US PS02-07
    • The Persistence of Fibres on Window Frames: Should we be Sampling? Assoc Professor Claire Gwinnett Staffordshire University GB PS02-08
    • Dental Age Estimation in Adults: East-Central Europe Region Mr Daniel Dvorak Institute of Criminalistics Prague CZ PS02-09
    • Single Metal Deposition vs Physical Developer, a Comparison of Two Fingermark Detection Techniques Dr Sebastien Moret University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-10
    • Front End DNA Analysis Enhancements: Collection, Recovery, Sample Integrity and Improved Workflow Nicole Novroski University of North Texas Health Science Center US PS02-11
    • The Analysis of Cutting Agents in Australian Seizures of Cocaine and Heroin Over Six Years Ms Harmonie Michelot University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-12
    • The Detection of Latent Fingermarks Using Luminescent Metal-Organic Frameworks Dr Xanthe Spindler University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-14
    • Supporting Fingerprint Identification Assessments Using a Skin Stretch Model Miss Rebecca Lee University of Technology, Sydney AU PS02-15
    • "Cutting-edge" Research: Identification and Classification of Knife Trauma on Bone Dr Catherine Jayne Tennick School of Forensic and Applied Sciences GB PS02-16
    • Effect of Photocopier on the Forensic Examination of Photocopied Thumb Impressions Miss LOVEPREET KAUR Punjabi University IN PS02-17
    • Validation of the Y-Screen Assay Using the Quantifiler™ Trio DNA Quantification Kit Angela Koenig Thermo Fisher Scientific US PS02-18
    • Fingermark-SELEX: A Novel Approach to Develop DNA Aptamers for Fingermark Detection Ms Rolanda Lam University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-19
    • The Chemometric Analysis of Fuel Components to Classify UK Petrol and Diesel Using GC-MS and FTIR Miss Praew Suppajariyawat University of Lincoln GB PS02-20
    • Inside Knowledge of the Factors Influencing Fingermark Detection Dr Scott Chadwick University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-21
    • Excessive Fuming with Cyanoacrylate for the Detection of Latent Fingermarks on Polymer Banknotes Ms Rolanda Lam University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-22
    • Implementing a national human DNA finger printing database in Iraq Dr AREEN Tahrir Al Hadithi MEDICO LEGAL DIRECTORATE IQ PS02-23
    • From Capital Murder to Not-Guilty: Pathology-Radiology Correlation.    Dr Shaku Teas Forensic Pathologist US PS02-24
    • Investigation of Different Swab Types for Collection of Biological Sample from Various Fabrics. Ms Blaine Butler Luna Innovations US PS02-25
    • A Study of Error in the Estimation of the Origin of a Radial Spatter Pattern Miss Jordan Deppisch The Pennsylvania State University US PS02-26
    • Development of a Dissolvable Swab for Increased Biospecimen Recovery Dr Nikolai Braun Luna Innovations US PS02-27
    • Chemometrics Applied to Chemical Profiles of Cocaine Seizures: A Forensic Intelligence Approach Ms Harmonie Michelot University of Technology Sydney AU PS02-28
    • Infrared Photography - An Auxiliary Tool in Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Eva Meixner University of Zurich CH PS02-29
    • The AardvarkTM :  A Preliminary Study in Forensic Trace Evidence Collection Miss Laurence DESAUTELS Université du Quebec à Trois-Rivieres CA PS02-30
    • Applications of Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy on Headlights Dyes and Drugs Identifications Mr Yin Pak Cheng CUNY City College of New York US PS02-31
    • Application of Dye Analysis in Forensic Fibre and Textile Examination: Case Examples Dr Jaap van der Weerd Netherlands Forensic Institute NL PS02-32
    • Advances in the Use of Infrared Fluorescent Reagents for Latent Fingermark Visualization Dr Roberto S P King Foster + Freeman Ltd GB PS02-33
    • The Effectiveness of Different Taping Methods for Fibres Retrieval for ISO17020 Accreditation Assoc Professor Claire Gwinnett Staffordshire University GB PS02-34
    • Impact of Automated Methods Applied to DNA Profiling Workflow Management Dr Kevin W.P. Miller Hamilton Robotics US PS02-35
    • Microscopy of Traces on Tape Lifts With High Optical Resolution   Dr Jaap van der Weerd Netherlands Forensic Institute NL PS02-36
    • Latent Fingerprint Recovery from Canadian Polymer Banknote Submerged in Water Mr Peter Truong University of Windsor CA PS02-37
    • Evaluation of Sample Collection Techniques to Recover DNA From Bloodstained Construction Materials Asst Professor Jamie Fredericks Eastern kentucky University US PS02-38
    • Forensic Analysis of Glass Fragments by LA-ICP-MS Method. Sampling and Glass Corrosion Issues Dr Dariusz Wilk Faculty of Law and Administration, Jagiellonian University in Krakow PL PS02-39
    • Using Bioaffinity-based Cascades for the Discernment of Biological Sex from Fingerprint Samples Miss Crystal Huynh University at Albany, State University of New York US PS02-40
    • XRD Analysis of Soil Beneath Rabbit Carcass: An Implication to Forensic Science Mr Sarabjit Singh Punjabi University IN PS02-41
    • Rural Crime in the UK: What Works to Prevent Crime Against Species? Ms Dorothea Alice Delpech UCL GB PS02-42
    • Bottom Up Proteomics for Detection and Provenance Determination of Blood in Stains and Fingermarks Miss Lisa Deininger Sheffield Hallam University GB PS02-43
    • Y-STR Genetic Structure of Most Common Surnames in Jamaica:Forensic Implications Ms Tanesha Fagan University of the West Indies JM PS02-44
    • Establishment and Application of the PCR Capillary Electrophoresis System for Diagnosis of Drowning Dr Quyi Xu Guangzhou Forensic Science Institute CN PS02-45
    • An Elephant qPCR Assay for Forensic Purposes Asst Professor Jillian Fesolovich Keystone College US PS02-46
    • The Use of a Synthetic Oligonucleotide for Creating a Standard Curve for qPCR Assays Asst Professor Jillian Fesolovich Keystone College US PS02-47
    • R & D of Chemical Technologies for Discriminative Quantification of Elements in Evidence Samples Dr Shinichi Suzuki National Research Institute of Police Science JP PS02-48
    • Focus Variation With Integrated Form Removal for Forensic Comparison of Bullet Striations Dr karl walton University of Huddersfield GB PS02-49
    • An Approach Adopted in Unexpected Escalation of Crimes Requiring Forensic Scientist Examination Mr GUSTAVO COSTA POLÍCIA FEDERAL BR PS02-50
    • Forensic Biology - the Effects of Fingerprinting Techniques on DNA Analysis Ms Krystal Onica James University of the West Indies JM PS02-51
    • Microbial DNA Extraction from Forensic Samples: A Test of Three Methods Ms Claire Cartozzo Virginia Commonwealth University US PS02-52
    • Autosomal STR data of 15 AmpFISTR Identifiler™ loci in Southeast of Iran Dr Arash Alipourtabrizi Legal Medicine Research Center,Legal Medicine Organization IR PS02-53
    • Mutation Rates of Y-STR Loci and Incidences of Non-Paternity Among Purported Paternal Relatives Ms Suni Edson ARP/AFDIL/AFMES & Flinders University US PS02-54
    • Forensic Tests Protocol to Analyse Failured Tires From Road Accidents Asst Professor João Manuel Pereira Dias IDMEC, Instituto Superior Técnico PT PS02-55
    • The Study of Influences on DNA Recovery From Different Moistening Solutions Mr Byung-Won Chun National Forensic Service KR PS02-56
    • First Application of a Muscle Protein Based Approach for Time Since Death Estimation Ms Angela Zissler University of Salzburg AT PS02-57
    • The Development of the New Gonosomal InDel Panels Asst Professor Gonul Filoglu Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-58
    • Credibility of Medicolegal Reports: Impact of Quality Management Systems Dr Mamdouh Kamal Zaki Jeddah Forensic Medicine Center SA PS02-59
    • Application of Advanced Analytical Techniques in the Analysis of Post-Explosion Traces  Dr Ahmed Salem Forensic Medicine Authority - Ministry of Justice EG PS02-60
    • DNA Analysis of Mixed Sexual Assault and Touch Samples With the DEPArray Digital Cell-Sorting System Dr Jack Ballantyne University of Central Florida US PS02-61
    • A Novel DNA/RNA Co-extraction Method Using EZ1 DNA Investigator Extraction ‘Waste’  Dr Erin Hanson University of Central Florida US PS02-62
    • Genetic and Micro-chemical Analysis of Household Dust As an Identifier of a Room and its Occupants Dr Erin Hanson University of Central Florida US PS02-63
    • Investigating Touch DNA Recovery From Ivory as a Method to Identify Poachers and Traffickers Miss Emily Louise Horrocks University of Portsmouth GB PS02-64
    • Easylift Tape System: Simultaneous Presumptive Testing for Blood and Retrieval of Fibres Evidence Assoc Professor Claire Gwinnett Staffordshire University GB PS02-65
    • Injury Prediction for Vulnerable Road Users Using Computational Biomechanical Models Asst Professor Joao Pereira Dias Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa PT PS02-66
    • Criminal-Science: Study of Technical and Jurisprudential Aspects About Drugs Law in Brazil Asst Professor Aline Thaís Bruni FFCLRP/USP BR PS02-67
    • European Forensic Science Area (EFSA 2020) – New Challenges in Forensic Science Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-68
    • Comparison of XRF, SEM-EDS and LA-ICP-MS in Forensic Glass Fragment Analysis Miss Yester Ozmerinoglu Istanbul Forensic Science Institute TR PS02-70
    • Forensic body fluid identification using proteomics on LC-QTOF Mr Michael Bissonnette Centre of Forensic Sciences CA PS02-71
    • Investigating the Use of 5-MTN, Genipin and Lawsone to Identify Areas Of "Touch" DNA Deposition Ms Michelle Tremblay Centre of Forensic Sciences CA PS02-72
    • Recovery and Analysis of DNA from Cartridge Cases Miss Paula Mickiewicz Centre of Forensic Sciences CA PS02-73
    • New Developing Reagent for Latent Fingermark Visualization: Fuller's Earth (Multani Mitti) Miss Pallavi Thakur Punjabi University IN PS02-74
    • Towards the Development of Semi-Synthetic Staining for the Detection of Erased Tattoo on the Living Mr Gabriel Emond Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières CA PS02-75
    • Luminescent markers for GSR: Determination of the shooting position and encoding of ammunition. Professor Aline Marcelino Arouca Brasília Federal Institute BR PS02-76
    • Fingerprint Analysis: Chemical Recognition of Amino Acids for Identifying Originator Attributes Miss Erica Brunelle University at Albany, State University of New York US PS02-77
    • D4N6FLOQSwabs™ Allows Repeat Testing of Original Trace Collected From Crime Scene  Mrs Santina Castriciano Copan Italia Spa IT PS02-78
    • A New Calorimetric Identification of Benzodiazepine: Using Cobalt Thiocyanate as Reagent Mr ZAHID MAHMOOD PUNJAB FORENSIC SCIENCE AGENCY PK PS02-79
    • Copan 4N6Devices for Resolving the Mysteries of Crime Scene Investigations Mrs Santina Castriciano Copan Italia Spa IT PS02-80
    • Investigating the Weathering Patterns of Biodiesel Professor Zhaohua Dai Pace University US PS02-81
    • Copan CPA200™ Semi-Automated Card Puncher – Version 2 Performance  Mr Gabriele Savoldi Copan NewLab Engineering IT PS02-82
    • Visualization of Latent Fingerprints on Fruits and Vegetables Miss Shanelle Dalley University of Windsor CA PS02-83
    • Study on Strontium Aluminate Phosphor Material for Fingermark Detection Professor Li Liu Criminal Investigation Police University of China CN PS02-84
    • Utility of Bacteria Associated with Human Hairs in Forensic Investigations Miss Courtney Nicole Hutchens Virginia Commonwealth University US PS02-85
    • Developing Fingerprints With Two 1,2-Indanedione-Zinc Chloride Fomulations: A Comparison Miss Jackie Trink Trent University CA PS02-86
    • The Detection of Exogenous Drug in Fingerprints After Development With Powders and Adhesive Lifters Mrs Ting Zhang National Police University of China CN PS02-87
    • Validating the Effects of Fingerprint Products and Techniques on Different Surfaces in Jamaica Mr Gregory JOHN Williams UWI/CAFS JM PS02-88
    • Identification of 9mm Cartridge Cases on the Basis of Striated Ejector Marks Mr Hafiz Muhammad Usman Punjab Forensic Science Agency PK PS02-89
    • Visualization of Obliterated Serial Numbers Using Magnetic Particle Testing Mr Kazuhito Hibino National Police Agancy Government of Japan JP PS02-90
    • A Novel D-π-A Type Fluorescence Dye  for Selective Sensing of Picric Acid in Aqueous Media Dr Jin Xiaodong Jiangsu Police Institute CN PS02-91
    • New Forensic Science Study at the University of Warsaw Professor Tadeusz J. Tomaszewski University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law PL PS02-92
    • Complementary Strategies in DNA Identification of Specific Cases of Mina Disaster Victims Assoc Professor ahmad shojaei Legal Medicine Research Center, Legal Medicine Organization, Tehran, Iran IR PS02-94
    • The Development on Trace Fingerprint Detection Using Bi-Functional Nano-Composite Powders Miss JINMI JEUNG National Foresic Service Seoul Institution KR PS02-95
    • A Comparative Analysis of MiRNA Expression in Human Whole Saliva and Human Saliva-Derived Exosomes Mr Takashi Taki School of Medicine, Tokyo Women's Medical University JP PS02-96
    • Development of Novel Fingerprint Enhancement Method and Its Effect on STR Profiling  Mrs TINA SHARMA PUNJABI UNIVERSITY IN PS02-97
    • Application of QuEChERS Method to the Analysis of Pesticide Multi-Residue in Human Hair Ms Eunyoung Park Seoul National University KR PS02-98
    • Restoration of Lead Filled Chassis Number of Vehicles Preferably Used by Terrorist Mr MUHAMMAD ADNAN PUNJAB FORENSIC SCIENCE AGENCY LAHORE PK PS02-99
    • Discrimination of Single Polyester Fibers by Synchrotron Radiation Micro X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis Dr Yoshinori Nishiwaki Kochi university JP PS02-100
    • Multidisciplinary Forensic Case Co-Ordination at the NFI in the Netherlands Mrs Yvette Van Duin Netherlands Forensisc Institute NL PS02-101
    • Vehicle-Pedestrian Accidents in the Brazilian Federal District: A Comprehensive Study Mr Charles Albert Andrade Civil Police of the Brazilian Federal District (PCDF) BR PS02-102
    • Luminescent Probe for GSR Identification Dr Marcella Auxiliadora Melo Lucena University of Brasília BR PS02-103
    • Analysis of STR Profiles From the Ultraviolet Irradiated Bloodstain by Whole Genome Amplification Dr Jian Tie Nihon University School of Medicine JP PS02-104
    • Cases Similarities: The Crux for Fire Investigation Support and Knowledge Sustainability Miss Emmanuelle Erne Universtité de Lausanne CH PS02-105
    • Wildfires of Electrical Origin, Deaths and Litigation Professor Helmut G Brosz Institute of Forensic Electro-Pathology/Brosz Forensic Services CA PS02-106
    • Preliminary Study of Laminated Glasses Based on Nanocellulose and PVB for Safety Glazing Mrs Chloé Maury Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières CA PS02-107
    • Muscle Protein Degradation in PMI Estimation - Recent Accomplishments and Challenges Dr Stefan Pittner University of Salzburg AT PS02-108
    • Suitcase Concealment: An Analysis of the Taphonomic Processes and Their Effect on PMI Estimation Ms A. Skylar Joseph Boston University School of Medicine US PS02-109
    • RNA/DNA Co-Isolation and Differential Extraction of Sperm Cells in Mix Samples Assoc Professor Ayşe Serin University of Cukurova TR PS02-110
    • Reporting to the Coroner; Natural Disease and Common Trauma Related Deaths in Victoria, Australia Assoc Professor David Leo Ranson Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine AU PS02-111
    • Optimum Homogenization System for Use in Forensic Toxicology Laboratory Dr Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center IR PS02-112
    • Engineering Expertise Against Corruption in Brazil Mr Leonardo Mesquita de Souza Superintendência Regional de Polícia Federal BR PS02-113
    • Can You See It? The Ability to Identify Trace Amounts of Body Fluids Miss HILLARY ANDREA MULLINGS Institute of Forensic Science and Legal Medicine JM PS02-114
    • Underwater Decomposition and Forensic Entomology in Portsmouth, England Dr Paul Smith University of Portsmouth GB PS02-115
    • Are Animal Models Predictive for Human Postmortem Muscle Protein Degradation? Miss Bianca Ehrenfellner University of Salzburg AT PS02-116
    • Forensic Ancestry Analysis With Combined Two Ancestry Informative Marker (AIM) Panels Asst Professor Ozlem Bulbul Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-117
    • Optimization of a New 20plex STR Panel for Forensic Use Asst Professor Gonul Filoglu Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-118
    • Allele Frequencies of the Non-CODIS 10 STRs Loci in Turkish Population Asst Professor Gonul Filoglu Institute of Forensic Science, Istanbul University TR PS02-119
    • Direct PCR Amplification of Bloodstains Recovered From Hard Porous Materials Using FTA Elute Cards Asst Professor Jamie Fredericks Eastern Kentucky University US PS02-120
    • Traffic Accident Report Evaluated by Judges, Prosecutors, Public Defenders and Chiefs of Police Mr Mauricio Silva Sercheli Civil Police of the Brazilian Federal District (PCDF) BR PS02-121
    • A Study on Carcass Decomposition and Insects of Forensic Importance in Jamaica Miss Latoya Foote University of the West Indies JM PS02-122
    • Trends in Drug Dependence in Sri Lanka Professor Ravindra Fernando National Dangerous Drugs Control Board LK PS02-123
    • A Case Study of Extracting Blood Palmprint by Using Blood Auto Autofluorescence Mr Zhong Ke Chengdu Bureau of Public Security C.I.D CN PS02-124
    • A System for Testing and Analyzing Three-dimensional Footprints Dr Nan Pan Kunming University of Science & Technology CN PS02-125
    • Luminescent Markers for GSR: The Influence of Weapon Type Professor Aline Marcelino Arouca Brasília Federal Institute BR PS02-126
    • Importance of Fibers to Crime Reconstruction and Investigation Dr Catia Pontedeira ISMAI - University Institute of Maia PT PS02-127
    • UV-Vis-NIR Spectroscopy and Multivariate Analysis for Forensic Examination of Textile Fibers Asst Professor VISHAL SHARMA Panjab University IN PS02-128
    • Surveillance and Epidemiological Study of Illicit Drug-Related Fatalities in Taiwan (2001-2015) Dr Kai-Ping Shaw Institute of Forensic Medicine, Ministry of Justice, Taiwan (ROC) TW PS02-129
    • The Screening Errors of Cocaine Presence in Heroin Samples & Pharmaceuticals. Mr ZAHID MAHMOOD PUNJAB FORENSIC SCIENCE AGENCY PK PS02-130
    • Morphometric Characterization of the Superior Lateral Incisor for Sex Determination Dr Patricia Beatriz Denis-Rodriguez Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Veracruz MX PS02-131
    • Effect of Digital Media on Obtaining Knowledge on Sexual Rights/Offences: A Study From Sri Lanka Miss Bhagya Madhushani De Silva Faculty of Medicine LK PS02-132
    • Directions of Forensic Science Researches in the Republic of Belarus Assoc Professor Andrei Tsiatsiuyeu State Forensic Examination Committee of the Respublic of Belarus BY PS02-133
    • A Real Trace Evidence Case Presented as a Comic Mr Jairo Peláez Instituto Nacional de medicina legal y Ciencias Forenses CO PS02-134
    • Determination of Vegetal Oil Used in Aesthetic Surgery Mr Omar Andres Pinzon Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal y Ciencias Forenses CO PS02-135
    • Our Preparation for Next Disaster in Chiba, Japan Dr Ayumi Motomura Department of Legal Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine, Chiba University JP PS02-136
    • Ethical Dilemmas in Forensic Medical Practice Dr Indira Deepthi Kitulwatte Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka LK PS02-137
    • Miscarriage of Justice & Wrongful Conviction  - a Case Presentation Dr Murari Prasad Sarangi Cornwall Regional Hospital JM PS02-138
    • Individual Characteristics Within Firing Pin Impression of of 7.62x39 Caliber Rifle Mr Aurangzaib Ahmad Punjab Forensic Science Agency PK PS02-139
    • Determination of Type of Firearm When Only 12G Shotshell Cases are Submitted in Laboratory  Mr Aurangzaib Ahmad Punjab Forensic Science Agency PK PS02-140
    • Research on Application of Traces Test in Technical Appraisal of Road Traffic Accident Professor lili Li Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice.PRC CN PS02-141
    • Morphometrics, Craniofacial Disease Genes, and the Quest for the Genetic Basis of Facial Morphology Miss Bailey Harrington Erasmus Mundus Master in Forensic Science US PS02-142
    • Two Years Assay of Legal Abortion in South of Iran; Causes and Methods of Detection Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center IR PS02-143
    • Rapid DNA Technology for Generating 27-loci STR Profiles from Investigative Samples Mrs Julie French ANDE US PS02-144
    • Developmental Validation of a New 6-Dye STR 25-Plex for Casework and Database Samples Dr Xue Bai Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Public Security,China CN PS02-145
    • An Outlook of the Forensic Entomology in Colombia Contributions from Tecnológico de Antioquia Miss Luz Miryam Gomez Tecnologico de Antioquia CO PS02-146
    • Identification of Female-Specific Blood Stain Using 17β-estradiol Targeted Aptamer-based Sensor Dr Joo-Young Kim Gwangju Institute, National Forensic Service KR PS02-147
    • The Effects of Infection and Postmenopausa on the Presence of Lactobacillus in Vaginal Specimens Assoc Professor Ayşe Serin University of Cukurova TR PS02-148
    • The Metagenomic Analysis of the Samples in Cadavers Who Found in Water Using NGS Assoc Professor Akiko Tsuji Kyushu University JP PS02-149
    • Medicolegal Implications of Breast Textiloma Mimicking a Recurrent Tumor Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA TN PS02-150
    • It's The People-- Dr Sheila Margaret Willis Forensic Science Ireland IE PS02-151
    • Improvement Of The Success Rate Of Identification In Forensic Cases Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-152
    • Comparative Analysis of the Legal Regulation of Forensic Experts in Europe Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-153
    • DNA Identification of The Molotov Coctails Used In Explosive Activities Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-154
    • The Application of Laser Detection Line Trace Traceability System Dr Nan Pan Kunming University of Science & Technology CN PS02-155
    • Y Chromosome STR Typing: A Distinguishing Tool For Exclusion in Casework of Sexual Assault Dr SUMINDER KAUR Regional Forensic Science Laboratory IN PS02-156
    • A Retrospective Study of Road traffic Accident (R.T.A) 0n the High Way at Bogra district. Dr DR MD MOBIN UL ISLAM SHAHEED ZIAUR RAHMAN MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BOGRA BD PS02-157
    • Unnatural Deaths of Girl Children and Female Youth; A Study from Three Provinces in Sri Lanka Dr Udara Dilrukshi Senarathne University of Sri Jayewardenepura, USJP LK PS02-158
    • Suicides in Old Age: The Croatian Study Assoc Professor Vedrana Petrovecki School of Medicine University of Zagreb HR PS02-159
    • A Comparative Study on Unnatural Female Deaths From Two Provinces in Sri Lanka Professor Anuruddhi Samanthika Edirisinghe Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya LK PS02-160
    • A Study on Female Homicides From Three Provinces in Sri Lanka Mr Dilina Sandaru Jayaratne University of Kelaniya LK PS02-161
    • Comparison of Lip and  Fingerprints Among Twins in a Sub-Saharan Africa Population Dr BAMIDELE MOROUNFOLU KOLUDE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN NG PS02-162
    • Ethical and Legal Considerations About the Age of Consent to Medical Intervention in Turkey Assoc Professor Gurkan Sert Marmara University TR PS02-163
    • A Novel Approach to Reform the Classification of Lip Prints Miss Jagmeet Kaur Punjabi University IN PS02-164
    • Forensic Molecular Genetic Laboratories: A Model Study In The Framework Of International Standards Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-165
    • Testing And Optimization of Method Validity For Forensic Genetic Analyzes Dr Kadir Dastan Istanbul University TR PS02-166
    • Killings by the Police in Finland 2000-2016 Dr Ursula Vala National Institute of Helath and Welfare FI PS02-167
    • Infanticide in South Tunisia: A 13 Years Study Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital TN PS02-168
    • Reporting of Unnatural Deaths of Females in Three Newspapers - A Qualitative Study from Sri Lanka Mr Sandaru Jayaratne Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya LK PS02-169
    • Recent Legal Measures Against Stalking in India Professor Anil Aggrawal Maulana Azad Medical College IN PS02-170
    • Activity of Forensic Experts and Quality Assurance in Hungary Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-171
    • Steps Towards the Creation of European Forensic Science Area in Hungary Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-172
    • Accreditation of Forensic Laboratories in Countries of the Visegrad Group Professor Gábor Kovács Széchenyi István University HU PS02-173
    • Ethical and Legal Issues About Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Turkey Assoc Professor Gurkan Sert Marmara University TR PS02-174
    • Assessment of Different Prediction Models Utilizing Two Predictors for Dental Age Estimation Asst Professor Mohd Shah Mahmood MY PS02-175
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA19: Oral Session: Jurisprudence

    Location: Sheraton Hall C, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Stephanie Domitrovich, Erie, United States of America Tobin Tanaka, Ottawa, Canada
    • Maximising Forensic DNA Utility: Ethical, Social and Legislative Challenges.- Assoc Prof. Carole McCartney. UK (OA19-01)
    • Should Microscopic Slide Interpretations of Intracranial Injuries Be Admissible? - Dr.Rudy Castellani. USA (OA19-02)
    • Consulting Experts in European Criminal Proceedings in Comparative Review - Dr. Dariusz Wilk. Poland (OA19-03)
    • Background on Judicial Gatekeeping of Scientific Evidence under Frye  vs Daubert in the U.S. Courts - Dr. Stephanie Domitrovich. USA (OA19-04)
    • Gender Differences in Intimate Partner Homicides - Dr. Catia Background on Judicial Gatekeeping of Scientific Evidence under Frye  vs Daubert in the U.S. Courts. Portugal (OA19-05)
    • Murder by Falling: An Exploratory Analysis of Staged Fatal Falls - Dr. Clair Ferguson. Australia (OA19-06)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA20: Oral Session: Jerry Melbye

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Kathy Gruspier, Toronto, Canada & Grant Mullen, Fallbrook, United States of America
    Dr. Jerry Melbye passed away during the final week of abstract submissions for this conference. Jerry started the first Forensic Science B.Sc. Program in Canada at the University of Toronto at Mississauga (UTM) in 1995. At that time, there were only 15 universities world-wide offering a Bachelor of Science degree program in Forensic Sciences. He was Director of the program from 1995 to 2001, when he retired. Jerry went on to create a body farm at the University of North Texas after his retirement. In honour of Jerry, we have pulled abstracts submitted to this conference by his colleagues, former students and students of his students. In addition, we honour him by including all of the abstracts submitted by the students graduating from the UTM Forensic Science program this year. The topics cover many areas in forensic science.
    • 3D Documentation of a Clandestine Grave: A Comparison between Manual and 3D Methods - Tori Berezowski. Canada (OA20-04)
    • Efficacy of Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) in Documenting 3D Footwear Impression Evidence - Delia Xu. Canada (OA20-05)
    • Age Estimation of the Pubic Symphysis Using Computed Tomography Scans of Cadavers - Sydney Soares. Canada (OA20-01)
    • Perinatal Diaphyseal Growth in an Italian Historical Sample From Naples - Grant Mullen, USA (OA20-06)
    • Challenges to Positive Identification of Historically Unidentified Remains - Dr. Kathy Gruspier. Canada (OA20-03)
    • The Importance of Curation in a Forensic Setting - Katharaine Pope. USA (OA20-02)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA21: Oral Session: Forensic Pathology

    Location: Sheraton Chestnut East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Peter Vanezis, London, United Kingdom & Theodore Brown, Ann Arbor, United States of America
    • Learning the Art of Forensic Pathology Through Digital Case Modules - Dr Kona Williams. Canada (OA21-01)
    • Electrocutions and Electrical Homicide - Prof. Helmut Brosz. Canada (OA21-02)
    • Homicidal Crosswise Cut of the Heart: Evaluation Using Post-Mortem Imaging and Video Surveillance - Assoc Prof. Krzysztof Woźniak. Poland (OA21-03)
    • Postmortem Cartilage and Its Potential Forensic Applications:  A Molecular Examination - Shawna Bolton. UK (OA21-04)
    • Postmortem MR Angiography After MPMCTA – Preliminary Results - Pia Baumann. Switzerland (OA21-06)
  • 13:45 - 17:30

    WPMO01: World Police Medical Officers (WPMO)

    Location: Sheraton Hall B, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: John A.M. Gall, Melbourne, Australia
    • Speaker Session: Impact of Medicolegal Reports on Legal Redress of Torture Victims in Sri Lanka - Dr. Clifford Perera. Sri Lanka (WPMO01-03)
    • Speaker Session: A Preliminary Assessment on Medico-Legal Examinations of Detainees in Southern Sri Lanka - Dr. Clifford Perera. Sri Lanka (WPMO01-04)
    • Speaker Session: Evaluation of Forensic History Taking From the Child in Cases of Child Physical and Sexual Abuse - Assoc Prof. John Gall. Australia (WPMO01-10)
    • Speaker Session: The Optimal Timing of Forensic Evidence Collection Following Paediatric Sexual Assault - Assoc Prof. John Gall. Australia (WPMO01-07)
    • Speaker Session: Medical Care Assistance of People Wounded by Police Officers and Classified as Tortured - John Arias Aristizábal. Colombia (WPMO01-02)
    • Speaker Session: Interpersonal Violence Within Families: Two Case Reports From Mississippi - Dr. Lisa Funte. USA (WPMO01-09)
    • Speaker Session: Review of In-Custody Deaths in Mississippi - Dr. Mark LeVaughn. USA (WPMO01-05)
    • Speaker Session: Violence against Women and Vulnerable Persons in Jamaica - Dr. Sheryl Mae Johnson Bruke. Jamaica (WPMO01-08)
    • Speaker Session: Police Custodial Deaths: Independent Police Complaints Commission vs Coronial Inquest Conclusions - Dr. Jason PayneJames. UK (WPMOP01-06)
    • Introduction
    • Break
    • Poster Session: Terrorism and Armed Conflict - Yabaaba Daqud. Ghana (WPMO01-P01)
    • Poster Session: Interpersonal Violence Involving an Assault Rifle: A Mississippi Case Report - Dr. Lisa FUnte. USA (WPMO01-P02)
    • Poster Session: Human Identification as a Valuable Resource Against Oblivion - Dr. Semma Villanueva. Honduras (WPMO01-P04)
    • Poster Session: Tongue Amputation, an Unusual Link of Homicide: A Case Report - Dr. Semma Villanueva. Honduras (WPMO01-P03)
    • Poster Session:
  • 17:30 - 18:00

    JMP01: Poster Session: Jerry Melbye

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    • Suicide Fatalities Due to Sharp Force Injuries in Ontario,Canada: A Retrospective Study Over 4 Years - Lauren Ferara. Canada (JMP01-02)
    • Fatal Pulmonary Thromboembolism – Prevalence of Risk Factors in Ontario Medicolegal Autopsy Cases - Cindy Prashad. Canada (JMP01-06)
    • The Incidence of Tetrahydrocannabinol in Fatal Motor Vehicle Collisions in Ontario, Canada in 2015 - Kaiwen Gu. Canada (JMP01-08)
    • Sharp Force Injury Fatalities in Ontario, Canada: A Five-Year Retrospective Study - Kayla Forrester. Canada (JMP01-09)
    • Determining the Suitability of 3D Laser Scanning for Forensic Footwear Impression Analysis in Sand - Charmaine Rodrigues - Canada (JMP01-09)
    • Alkaline Hydrolysis in Forensic Anthropology - Melissa Bernard. Canada )JMP01-07)
    • Reliability of Hemastix® vs. Kastle-Meyer/Phenolphthalein Test and Associated False-Positive Rates - Matthew Woo. Canada (JMP01-05)
    • Perinatal Diaphyseal Growth in an Italian Historical Sample From Naples - Grant Mullen. USA (JMP01-04)
    • Evaluation of Transfer of Gunshot Residue During the Typical Arrest Process - Meadow Libby. Canada (MP01-01)
  • 18:30 - 20:00

    IAFS Gala: Celebrating Canada and Ontario 150

    Location: Grand Ballroom, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada

FridayAugust 25, 2017

  • 08:00 - 08:45

    PL04: Plenary Lecture: Major Case Management

    Location: Grand Ballroom West & Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: Tony Tessarolo, Toronto, Canada
    Taking a look at Major Case Management and how Ontario developed a multi-disciplinary approach to investigating high-profile and complex homicides. Emphasis will be placed on learning from past mistakes, how to manage the risks, and utilizing best practices.
    • Jennifer Evans. Canada (PL04-01)
    • Mass Casualty Incident, Pikangikum – 29 March 2016 - Bradley Nunn, Canada (PL04-02)
  • 08:45 - 09:30

    CS06: The International Association of Forensic Sciences Adelaide Medal & Presentation

    Location: Grand Ballroom West & Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: Claude Roux, Sydney, Australia
  • 09:30 - 10:15

    Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing (PS03)

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom West, Sheraton Ballroom E & F, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    • A Novel Analytical Method of TFMPP and mCPP in Fluids of Drug Addicts Using LLE-GC/MS and LLE-GC/NPD Mr Yifei Ren Collaborative Innovation Center of Judicial Civilization, China CN PS03-01
    • Kids, Drugs Vegas:A Novel Toxicological Surveillance System in Adolescents Using Autopsy Data Andrew A Mahesan Ross University School of Medicine US PS03-02
    • Maximizing Evidence Recovery and Minimizing Cross-Contamination in Sexual Offence Examinations  Dr Laura Walton-Williams Staffordshire University GB PS03-03
    • Areyoufine? Training in Assessment of Personal Injury Based on Biomechanical Analysis Duarte N Vieira University of Coimbra PT PS03-04
    • Processing Digital Images for Investigation, Intelligence and Evaluation Purposes: A New Approach Dr Simon Baechler Police neuchâteloise CH PS03-05
    • On Scene Blood Stain Age Estimation; Possibilities Limitations and Practical Implementation Professor Maurice Aalders Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam NL PS03-07
    • Indanedione Methods for Fingermark Detection: Normal Treatment, Vacuum Development and Dry-Transfer. Miss Rebecca McCabe Western Sydney University AU PS03-08
    • Fitness to Drive After Driving Under Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs: Value of Hair Toxicology Dr Diona D'Hondt Antwerp University Hospital BE PS03-09
    • Infra-Red Photography: A Practical Method For The Detection And Identification Of Gunshot Residue Mrs Claire V Rhodes University of Portsmouth GB PS03-10
    • Development of an Electronic Explosive Detector Using Microfluidic Paper-Based Analytical Devices Dr Lucas Blanes University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) AU PS03-11
    • Clinical Diagnosis Versus Autopsy Diagnosis in Head Trauma Dr Andreea Alexandra Velnic University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Gr.T.Popa" Iasi RO PS03-12
    • Violence Against Vulnerable Persons: The Death of a Trans-Gendered Individual in Mississippi Dr Lisa Funte State Medical Examiner's Office US PS03-13
    • Use of Manikins to Demonstrate Genital Trauma in Sexual Assault Examinations - a Step Forward Dr Sanjaya Ravindra Hulathduwa University of Sri Jayawardenepure LK PS03-14
    • The Effectiveness of Using Volume Render from the Software Invivo5 to Detect Anomalies in CT Scans of the Human Body Miss Georgina Abrego-Guadron University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada PS03-15
    • Identification of Motorcycle Driver and Injury Feature Exploration Through Accident Reconstruction Asst Professor Li Zhengdong Shanghai Key laboratory of Forensic Medicine, Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice CN PS03-16
    • Suicide Among Tunisan Children: Epidemiology, Risk Factors, and Approaches to Prevention Assoc Professor Abir Aissaoui Tahar sfar University Hospital of MAHDIA TN PS03-18
    • Fingermark Visualisation from Post-Blast IED Fragments and Bomb Debris Mr Alexander Smyth University of Leicester GB PS03-19
    • Interactive Crime Scene Visualisation – The Forensic Holodeck Dr Lars Christian Ebert University of Zurich CH PS03-20
    • A Hand-Held Multispectral Camera for Crime Scene Investigation Mr Samuel Gatley New Jersey Institute of Technology US PS03-21
    • Aims and Challenges in the Implementation of the Law for the Search of Missing Persons in Peru Mrs Mellisa Lund International Committee of the Red Cross PE PS03-22
    • SINAFI - Forensic Image Analysis Integrated System: A Common Platform for Forensic Practitioners Mr Daniel Cunha Brazilian Federal Police BR PS03-23
    • Improvised Explosive Devices - A Trend Dr Bablinder Kaur Chopra central forensic science lab india/kkai usa US PS03-24
    • Capture and Analysis of 3D Footwear Evidence: New Horizons and Opportunities Dr Marcin Budka Bournemouth University GB PS03-25
    • Reconstruction of Obliterated Serial Numbers in Polymers Mr Cédric Parisien Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) CA PS03-26
    • An Examination of the Spatial Distribution of the Fragments Created During a Explosive Attack Ms Erin Kathleen DuBois University College London GB PS03-27
    • Real-time Dataflow Process Platform for Network Forensics Dr Fei Xu Renmin University of China CN PS03-28
    • Application of Nano Materials for Latent Fingerprints Detection Dr Lei YAN Southwest University of Political Science and Law CN PS03-29
    • PCR - Capillary Electrophoresis Is a New Method for Forensic Diatom Testing Dr Yu zhengliang Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Public Security, PR China CN PS03-30
    • DNA Radar: Revelation of Surnames from DNA Samples with Next Generation Sequencing Mr Troy Moore Kailos Genetics US PS03-31
    • Simultaneous Quantification of Δ9-THCA, Δ9-THC, CBN and CBD in Seized Drugs Using UPLC-PDA/QDa Mr Wei lai Sun People,s Public Security University of China CN PS03-32
    • Microhaplotypes: A Possible Biogeographic Ancestry Predictor for Forensic DNA Evidence   Ms Kelly Long The George Washington University US PS03-33
    • Ageing Contusions in Living – a Preliminary Report Dr Pradeep Rohan Ruwanpura Karapitiya Teaching Hospital LK PS03-34
    • Forensic Use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft at The Brazilian Federal Police Mr Guilherme Henrique Braga Miranda Brazilian Federal Police BR PS03-35
    • A Geographical Analysis of Trafficking on Evolution, a Popular Darknet Marketplace Dr Marie Morelato University of Technology Sydney AU PS03-36
    • Research on Key Technology of Face Recognition Professor xuejing dai china criminal police university CN PS03-37
    • Recovery of Fingermarks from Metallic Surfaces using a Scanning Kelvin Probe Miss Susanna Elisabeth Challinger KP Technology GB PS03-38
    • Rigorous Study of Fingermark Recovery Using a Scanning Kelvin Probe Professor Iain D Baikie KP Technology GB PS03-39
    • The Analysis of Organic Explosives in Vapour Samples Using a Lab-On-A-Chip Instrument Mr Vitor Cesar Taranto University of Technology Sydney AU PS03-40
    • The Developmental Validation and Application of DNATyper Y24  PCR Amplification Kit Professor Wanshui Li Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Public Security CN PS03-41
    • Epidemiology of Spinal Trauma in North-Eastern Part of Romania Dr Valentin Petre-Ciudin University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Gr. T. Popa" Iasi RO PS03-42
    • Sexual Assault in a Child Revealed by Peritonitis Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital TN PS03-43
    • Design and Construction of Digital Devices for Measurement of the Volume of Body Organs Dr Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center IR PS03-44
    • The Causality Nexus Between the Tako-Tsubo Syndrome and an Assault: A Forensic Case Report Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital TN PS03-45
    • Applicability of a Set of Facial Proportions From Frontal Images in Age Estimation of Brazilians Asst Professor Bianca Marques Santiago Institute of Scientific Police of Paraíba BR PS03-46
    • A Partnership Approach to Sexual Offence Research and Practice Dr Paul Anthony Smith University of Portsmouth GB PS03-47
    • GPU Forensics: GRAPHICS Recovery Process Challenges and Findings Assoc Professor Baijian Yang Purdue University US PS03-48
    • Examples of Vehicle Speed Measurement Using Video Information of Dashboard Camera Dr Oc Yeub Jeon National Forensic Service KR PS03-49
    • Case Study of Identification of Video Authentication Related to Digital Discovery Miss Qimeng Lu Institution of forensic science, ministry of justice, PRC CN PS03-50
    • Walking Dead: Individualized 3D Models for Forensic Reconstructions Dr Chiara Villa University of Copenhagen DK PS03-51
    • Verifying the Authenticity of Digital Image Using Automatic Exposure and White Balance Approximation Professor Chuntao Chen Jiangsu Police Institute CN PS03-52
    • Using iMotions Software to Identify a Correlation Between Emotions and Physiological Processes Dr Shashi K Jasra University of Windsor CA PS03-53
    • Evaluation of Incest Cases in the Child Protection Unit at Marmara University Hospital Professor M. Akif Inanici Marmara University Child Protection Research and Application Center TR PS03-54
    • Performance Characteristics of the Intoxilyzer 9000 - An Independent Assessment and Review Mr Jan Semenoff Industrial Training & Design Ltd CA PS03-55
    • Voice Biometric Distinction Between English and Arabic using Speech Pro SIS II Professor Shashi Jasra University of Windsor CA PS03-56
    • Development of a Landmark Image Database to Identify the Shooting Location of Photographs Dr Kenji Kurosawa National Research Institute of Police Science JP PS03-57
    • Design for Network File Forensics System Based on Approximate Matching Dr Fei Xu Renmin University of China CN PS03-58
    • Better Body Bags: Innovation in the Design for Better Adaptability to Differing Forensic Contexts Miss Annuka Bathija Social Solutions Research association CH PS03-59
    • Photoantropometric Facial Analysis: Variability of Landmarking Points and Forensic Implication Mrs Marta Pinheiro Flores FO-USP BR PS03-60
    • Photoanthropometry: Use of Iridian Proportions Taken from Facial Frontal Images to Estimate Age Mrs Marta Regina Pinheiro Flores University of São Paulo, School of Dentistry BR PS03-61
    • Discrimination of Mexican and South American Heroin HCl with 87Sr/86Sr Isotopic Analysis Mr Joshua S DeBord Florida International University US PS03-62
    • Methamphetamine Induced Ileus in Rat Ameneh Ghadiri Department of Toxicology, Faculty of Pharmacy, Islamic Azad University, Shahreza Branch, Shahreza, Iran IR PS03-64
    • Postmortem Drug Level Interpretation Using Pharmacokinetics and Statistics Dr Robert John Belloto Belloto Research & Consulting US PS03-65
    • Update of an MS/MS Library of NPS for QTRAP® Instruments Miss Katharina Grafinger University of Bern CH PS03-66
    • Detection of Methamphetamine or Cocaine From Mouse Femurs Buried in Soil Mr Ken-ichiro Nakao School of Medicine, Tokyo Women's Medical University JP PS03-67
    • Nondestructive Direct Determination of MA Tables by Diffuse Reflectance Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Dr Cuimei Liu Drug Intelligence and Forensic Center of the Ministry of Public Security CN PS03-68
    • Determination of Inorganic Cyanide in Human Blood by HS-GC/MS Asst Professor Ge Song Institute of Forensic Science Ministry of Public Security P.R.C CN PS03-69
    • In Vitro Inhibitory Effect of EAM-2201 on Cytochrome P450 and UDP-Glucuronosyltransferase Enzymes Professor Hye Suk Lee The Catholic University of Korea KR PS03-70
    • Effect of Cannabis Extract on Larvae Development and Detection of Cannabinoids in Larvae by GC-MS Ms Monique Scarlett University of the West Indies JM PS03-71
    • Microglial Status in Human Methamphetamine Users: Preliminary Findings in a Brain Imaging Study Miss Gausiha Rathitharan Centre for Addiction and Mental Health CA PS03-72
    • Studies on Three Spice Drug Products: Voodoo Child, Brainstorm, Barely Legal Professor Oluseyi Adewale Vanderpuye Albany State University US PS03-73
    • A Rapid Multi-Target Screening Method in Emergency Toxicology by GC-MS and LC-MS/MS Mr Junhui Lee Chungnam National University KR PS03-74
    • LC and LC-MS/MS Methods for Synthetic Cannabinoids in Novel “Spice” Drugs Mrs Zhai Wan Feng Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Public Security CN PS03-75
    • Determination of Scopolamine and Atropine in Whole Blood by LC-MS Dr Hongyan Du China Institute of Forensic Science CN PS03-76
    • 25I-NBOH: An Elusive NPS Found in Blotter Paper Seizures in Brazil Mr LUCIANO CHAVES ARANTES Polícia Civil do Distrito Federal BR PS03-77
    • Fentanyl Involvement in Sudden Deaths in the Province of Alberta 2011 to 2015 Dr Daniel S Smyk University of Alberta CA PS03-78
    • Deadly Intoxication by Inflammable Substances: About a Case of Drug Addiction Assoc Professor SALIM BOUMESLOUT University Hospital of Oran DZ PS03-79
    • Comparison of Authentic and Synthetic Training Aids for Drug-Detection Dogs Professor Shari Forbes University of Technology Sydney AU PS03-80
    • Analytical Interference in Molecularly-Imprinted Polymer SPE (MIP-SPE) and UPLC-qTOF-MS Mr Ahmad Alamir Laurentian University CA PS03-81
    • The Role of Disputed Paternity in Gender Based Violence (2011-2015) -Kenya Mr Lawrence Kinyua Muthuri Government Chemist Laboratory KE PS03-82
    • Detection of Nicotine in Oral Fluids and Associated E-Liquids by DSA-TOFMS, GC-MS and LC-MS/MS Mrs Sabra Botch-Jones Boston University School of Medicine US PS03-83
    • Quantitation of THC and Metabolites in Whole Blood By LC-MS/MS For Per Se Law Testing Dr Adrian Taylor SCIEX CA PS03-84
    • Batch Variation Within Seizures Containing Multiple Cocaine Bricks: A Case Study Miss Louise Stride Nielsen Aarhus University, Denmark DK PS03-85
    • Teens & Spice:Synthetic Cannabinoid Associated Fatalities in Adolescents Andrew A Mahesan Ross University School of Medicine US PS03-86
    • Airborne Methamphetamine Sampling Using Capillary Microextraction Miss Mansa Vijayanunni Nair The University of Auckland NZ PS03-87
    • EtS Shows the Highest Stability Among Ethanol's Non-Oxidative Metabolites in Postmortem Human Blood Ms Jiaolun Li Department of Forensic Medicine, School of Basic Medical Sciences, Fudan University, Shanghai, PR
    • China CN PS03-88
    • Case Studies on New Psychoactive Substances in Singapore Miss Angeline Tang Health Sciences Authority SG PS03-89
    • Chiral Determination and Assay of Enantiomers in Clandestine Drug Laboratory Samples Using LC-MSMS Miss Ana Popovic University of Technology, Sydney AU PS03-90
    • Death Due to Mixed Drug Intoxication Including Multiple New Psychoactive Substances: A Case Report Professor Pauline Saint-Martin University Hospital of TOURS FR PS03-91
    • Considerations for the Mouth Alcohol Effect Due to Low-Concentration Alcohol During BAC Testing Miss Emily Anne Rolko Centre of Forensic Sciences CA PS03-92
    • Expedited Toxicological Testing in Ontario Death Investigation – Results of a Pilot Project Dr Amy Peaire Centre of Forensic Sciences CA PS03-93
    • GC-MS GC-MS/MS and GC-IR Studies on Substituted Cathinone Designer Drugs Professor C. Randall Clark Auburn University School of Pharmacy US PS03-94
    • Forensic in Silico: Simulated IR Spectra of NPS Amphetamines and Cathinones Asst Professor Aline Thaís Bruni FFCLRP/USP BR PS03-95
    • SERS, Raman and DFT of Fentanyl Carfentanyl: Toward Detection of Trace Samples Mr Abed Haddad City College of New York US PS03-96
    • Development of Improved Isolation Method for Detection of Insecticides from Biological Fluids Asst Professor Amarnath Mishra Amity University Uttar Pradesh IN PS03-97
    • Generic System as a Method of Challenging With New Psychoactive Substances: Turkish Experience Professor Faruk Asicioglu Istanbul University TR PS03-98
    • Comprehensive Separation and Detection Protocols for Compounds of Forensic Importance Miss Ashton Theakstone Deakin University AU PS03-99
    • 3D Reconstruction of Internal Damaged Paint by Optical Coherence Tomography Dr Ning Zhang Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Public Security CN PS03-100
    • 3D Morphological Analysis of Sharp-Force Trauma in Forensic Contexts Miss Sian E Smith University College London GB PS03-101
    • An Anthropological Study of Alcohol Induced Psychosis Professor Vijayanath V ESIC Medical College & PGIMSR, Ministry of Labour, Govt. Of India IN PS03-102
    • Intimate Partner Violence Among Egyptian Pregnant Women: Incidence, Risk Factors and Outcomes Asst Professor Abeer Mohamed Hagras Faculty of Medicine, Suez Canal University. EG PS03-103
    • Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Based Gait Analysis for Human Identification Mr yiming xue Gansu University of Political Science and Law CN PS03-104
    • Child Forensic Attitude Scale and Reasons Behind Under-Reporting Child Sexual Abuse in Saudi Arabia Dr Dalia Alsaif MOH SA PS03-105
    • Two deaths associated with Furanyl Fentanyl Toxicity  Dr Charis Kepron The Ottawa Hospital CA PS03-106
    • Categorization of Child Pornography Digital Images Mr Mateus de Castro Polastro Brazilian Federal Police BR PS03-107
    • Influence Variables on the Automated Ballistic Comparison Effectiveness Mr Lehi Sudy dos Santos Policia Federal - MJC BR PS03-108
    • Accidental Genital Trauma in Female Children in Jordan and the Role of Forensic Medicine Professor Imad M AL-Abdallat The university of Jordan JO PS03-110
    • The Status and Thinking of X Chromosome Genetic Markers in Forensic Science Dr Yu zhengliang Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Public Security, PR China CN PS03-111
    • A Study Into Fingermark Recovery Methods From Submerged Knives in Different Aquatic Environments Miss Emily Louise Horrocks University of Portsmouth GB PS03-112
    • Methodologies Using Drones in the Characterization of Environmental Crimes in the Brazilian Amazon Mr Harley Angelo Moraes Brazilian Federal Police BR PS03-113
    • Structure Identification of Novel Metabolites for AMB-FUBINACA, Markers of Its Abuse Ms Yujin Park Busan institute, National Forensic Service KR PS03-114
    • Foot Tortures and the Implication of Forensic Podiatry in Cases of Human Rights Violations Asst Professor Pablo Martínez-Escauriaza Peral University of Barcelona ES PS03-115
    • The Investigator® QualtiplexHYres Limits in Sexual Assault Caseworks Professor Samir Maatoug Habib Bourguiba University Hospital TN PS03-116
    • Developing Latent Sweat Fingerprints on Paper by Thermally-induced  Fluorescence  Imaging Professor xuejing dai china criminal police university CN PS03-117
    • The Endoscopy of Firearm Barrels: A New Approach in Shot Range Estimation Mr Christian Walter Albert Schyma University of Bern CH PS03-118
    • PLC Forensic Analysis: Forensic Traces of Industrial Control System Attacks Dr Kam-Pui Chow The University of Hong Kong HK PS03-119
    • The Use of 3D Digital Imaging to Combine Photographic, Wound Ballistic and BPA Evidence Mr Matthieu Glardon Institute of Legal Medicine of the University of Bern CH PS03-120
    • Potential Miscarriage of Justice Due to Hierarchical Error Messages for Ethanol Breath Testing Dr Alfred Elsworth Staubus A & A Consultants, Inc. US PS03-121
    • An Unexpected Death Related to Accidental BTX Inhalation Miss JINMI JEUNG National Foresic Service Seoul Institution KR PS03-122
    • Effect of Intravenous Lipid Emulsion on Acute Methamphetamine Toxicity Leila Etemad Pharmaceutical Research Center, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran. IR PS03-123
    • A Fatal Case of Podostroma Cornu-Damae Poisoning Dr Sanggil Choe National Forensic Service KR PS03-124
    • Diagnosis of  burns from heat haematoma using carbon monoxide detector tube           Dr Hisanori Muramatsu University of Tsukuba JP PS03-125
    • Forensic in Silico of NPS: Principal Component Analysis Study of Cannabinoids Mr Caio Henrique Pinke Rodriges FFCLRP/USP BR PS03-126
    • Forensic in Silico Study of NPS: Amphetamines and Cathinones Mr Gabriel Munhoz Pereira FFCLRP/USP BR PS03-127
    • Lead Toxicity From Fraud Opium: Report of Two Autopsy Cases of Lead Toxicity Seyed Amirhosein Mahdavi MD,Forensic Medicine Specialist,Assistant proffessor, Legal Medicine research Center IR PS03-128
    • Role of Forensic Science in Counter Intelligence for Preventing Terrorism in Pakistan Mr Syed Ramiz Mahmud Bokhari Hawk Forensics Research and Awareness Society, Pakistan PK PS03-129
    • Hounsfield Unit Values of Basic Liver Pathologies in Post-Mortem Computed Tomography Mr Wolf-Dieter Zech Institute of Forensic Medicine Bern CH PS03-130
    • The Ultitlity of GC Coupled to Vacuum UV Spectroscopy for the Analysis of Emerging Drugs Miss Cory Vaught The George Washington University US PS03-131
    • A Novel Method for Visualizing Fingerprints on Absorbent Surfaces - "Contact Ninhydrin"         Professor Howard A. Harris University of New Haven US PS03-132
    • A Method for Determining Sweep Widths for Forensic Searches Professor Edward B Banning University of Toronto CA PS03-133
    • The Paradigm Shift in Elemental Analysis of Modern Paintings for Forensic Purposes Dr Dariusz Wilk University of Warsaw PL PS03-134
    • Corrective Rape and Its Medicolegal Aspects Professor Anil Aggrawal Maulana Azad Medical College IN PS03-135
    • Identification of 12G Shotgun Pistol Through Primed Shot Shell Cases Mr Adrish Arslan Punjab Forensic Science Agency PK PS03-136
    • 3D Accident Reconstruction: New Measuring Techniques for 3D Documentation of Crashed Cars Ms Kirsten Busse Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Bern, Switerland CH PS03-137
    • Ruler Drop Test as a Tool to Determine Poor Reaction Time in Drunken Drivers of Sri Lanka    Dr Indira Deepthi Kitulwatte Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka LK PS03-138
    • Female Genital Mutilations: A Type of Violence Against Women and Vulnerable Subjects Chiara Rossetti University of Brescia IT PS03-139
    • Family Doctors' Perspectives on Child Abuse Risk Factors and Reporting Process: A Qualitative Study Professor M. Akif Inanici Marmara University Child Protection Implementation and Research Center TR PS03-140
    • Research Progress of Multi-Copy Y-STR Loci in Forensic Science Dr Lei Shang Institute of Forensic Science CN PS03-141
    • The Effectiveness of the Human DNA Concentration Using Anti-H Lectin   Dr Hisanori Muramatsu University of Tsukuba JP PS03-142
    • The Degree of Injury and Injury Manner Reappraisal by Forensic Clinical Verification Dr Jiemin Chen Shanghai Key Laboratory of Forensic Medicine, Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, P.R.China CN PS03-143
    • Portuguese Reality in the Orientation of Intimate Partner Violence Cases Ana Marques National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences PT PS03-144
    • Alcohol Dependency Resulting Women Trauma: Violence Against Women Mr Nehemiya Igulu Bandese Hospice Africa Uganda UG PS03-145
    • A Case Study of the Change in the Profile of Computer Forensic Examinations Mr Mateus de Castro Polastro Brazilian Federal Police BR PS03-146
    • Violence Against Women in India – a Forensic Perspective Professor Anil Aggrawal Maulana Azad Medical College IN PS03-147
    • Super-Resolution on Pixel Values Selection for Degraded Image Recognition by Support Vector Machine Mr Hiroo Tsuji Shiga Prefectural Police Headquarters JP PS03-148
    • New Procedures for Collecting Digital Evidences in Solving Cybercrimes Dr Rupinder Kaur PATIALA BUREAU OF IDENTIFICATION IN PS03-149
    • Study on Survivors of Domestic Violence Presented to Base Hospital, Avissawella, Sri Lanka Dr Udara Senarathna Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Sri Jayawardenapura LK PS03-150
    • Atypical Intimate Partner Homicides: A Report of 5 Cases and a Forensic Pathologist's Approach Dr Ana Abreu South Branch of the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences PT PS03-151
    • Homicidal Violence Against Women in Mississippi Dr Lisa Funte State Medical Examiner's Office US PS03-152
    • Two Cases of Homicide in Mississippi: A Matter of Being in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time?  Dr Lisa Funte State Medical Examiner's Office US PS03-153
    • Homicidal Violence Against Children in Mississippi: Four Case Reports Dr Mark M. LeVaughn State Medical Examiner's Office US PS03-154
    • Elder Abuse and Neglect in Portugal - Forensic Multidisciplinary Approach Dr Joana Azevedo National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences PT PS03-155
    • Analysis of Socio-Demographic and Forensic Evidence in Sexual Abuse Survivors of Southern Sri Lanka Dr Clifford Priyantha Perera Faculty of Medicine University of Ruhuna LK PS03-156
    • Metabolite Profiles and Specific Markers in Urine Samples From Illicit Heroin Users Miss Ya-Ling Yeh Criminal Investigation Bureau TW PS03-157
    • Qualitative And Quantitative Analysis of Buprofezin in Blood Specimens Mr Yiren Yao Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Public Security CN PS03-158
    • Changing Pattern of Self-Poisoning Deaths in Southern Province Sri Lanka Dr Nilusha Ishari Fernando University of colombo LK PS03-159
    • Clinical and Autopsy Findings of Fatal Poisoning With Datura Seeds Dr Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center IR PS03-160
    • Autopsy Findings and Analytical Methods of Fatal Cases of Strychnine Ingestion Dr Abdorrasoul Malekpour Legal Medicine research Center IR PS03-161
    • Comparative Analysis of 763 Autopsy Cases of Poisoning Death Miss Junchao Zhang Department of Forensic Medicine, Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology CN PS03-162
    • Application of Modified QuEChERS Screening Method Prior to LC-MS/MS Determination in Whole Blood Mrs lei ping Zhang Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Public Security CN PS03-163
    • Biomonitoring for Arsenic and Lead in Single Hair Strands by LA-ICP-MS Assoc Professor Dong Ma Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Justice, P.R.China CN PS03-164
    • The Detection of Cathinone and its Metabolites in Rabbit Urine by LC-MS/MS Mrs Ting Zhang National Police University of China CN PS03-165
    • Spectrophotometric Determination of Triazolam with Charge Transfer Reaction Professor jun wang Jiang Su police institution CN PS03-166
    • Protective Effects of Co-Enzyme Q10 & Flaxseed Oil Against Aspartame Hepatotoxicity in Rats Dr Sanaa M Aly Faculty of Medicine, Suez Canal University EG PS03-167
    • Extraction by Dispersive Liquid Microextraction for Drugs Detection by HPLC and GC-MS Asst Professor Mehdi Forouzesh Legal Medicine Research Center, Legal Medicine Organization, Tehran, Iran. IR PS03-168
    • Contact Maceration: New Postmortem Artifact Dr Harshana Mahendra Kumara Senanayake Teaching Hospital Anuradapura LK PS03-169
    • Examination of Sexual Assault Survivors by Forensic Nurses and collecting Physical Evidences from Crime Scene Mr Harbaksh Singh Mander self IN PS03-170
    • Advantageous and Limitations of Alternative Specimens in Forensic Toxicology Analysis Asst Professor Mehdi Forouzesh Legal Medicine Research Center, Legal Medicine Organization, Tehran, Iran. IR PS03-171
    • A More Comprehensive Approach to Alcohol Extrapolation Professor Ashraf Mozayani Texas Southern University US PS03-172
    • Fast Forensic Toxicological Screening and Quantitation Under 3 Minutes With a QTOF LC-MS/MS System Dr Adrian Taylor SCIEX CA PS03-173
    • Forensic Analysis of Ions in Post-mortem Blood by Ion Chromatography and Statistical Application Miss JINMI JEUNG National Foresic Service Seoul Institution KR PS03-174
    • Homicide With Aluminum Phosphide: Utility of Novel Nano-Sensor Kit for Detection of Phosphine Dr Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center IR PS03-175
    • Efficacy of Novel Nano Kit for Detection of Phosphine in Biological Samples in Forensics Medicine Saeid Gholamzadeh Legal Medicine research Center IR PS03-176
    • Changing the Pattern of Acute Pediatric Poisonings in Mashhad, Iran(2011-2013) Dr Mohammad Moshiri 1-Legal Medicine Research Center, Legal Medicine Organization, Tehran, Iran 2-Medical Toxicology Research
    • Center, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran IR PS03-177
    • Determination of LSD and 25H-NBOMe by Square Wave Voltammetry Assoc Professor Marcelo Firmino de Oliveira Universidade de São Paulo BR PS03-178
    • 25I-NBOH: Identification Without Derivatization or Other Analytical Techniques Dr Ana Flávia Belchior de Andrade Federal District Civil Police BR PS03-179
    • Digital Evidence Authentication System Using Smart Phones Dr Oc Yeub Jeon National Forensic Service KR PS03-180
    • Responding to and Preventing Ragging in a Sri Lankan State University Professor Anuruddhi Samanthika Edirisinghe Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya LK PS03-181
    • Sexual Assault with Bilateral Eye Enucleation  Dr LUIS RAVANAL FORENSES CHILE CL PS03-182
    • First Application of CT Scan in Forensic Centers in Saudi Arabia Dr Raed Alobaidaan Riyadh forensic medicine center SA PS03-183
    • Is Amitriptyline an Antidepressant Causing Suicide? Mrs Diana Jazmín Jazmin Mariño Gaviria Legal Medicine CO PS03-184
    • A Case of Fatal Abuse of a Sibling and Sub Fatal Abuse of a Sister Dr amir jameel hamuod medicolegal directorate IQ PS03-185
    • Childhood Abuse History and Parenting–Efficacy in Pregnant Women: Attachment and Theory of Mind Asst Professor Sinem Yildiz Inanici Marmara University Medical Faculty TR PS03-186
    • A Study on Women Reporting of Sexual Crimes to a Police in an Urban Area of Sri Lanka Dr Anusha Edirisinghe Faculty of Social Sciences University of Kelaniya LK PS03-187
    • A Descriptive Study on Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) Among Sri Lankan Police Officers Dr Anusha Edirisinghe Faculty of Social Sciences University of Kelaniya LK PS03-188
    • Different Aspects of Husband Abuse in Cases Referred to Forensic Medicine Administrations Dr Mohammad Zarenezhad Legal Medicine research Center IR PS03-189
    • To Execute Female in the Name of Family Decency in Northern Part of India Mr Amit Chauhan Amity Institute of Forensic Sciences IN PS03-190
  • 10:15 - 10:45

    CS07: Invited Speaker Session: New Forensic Technologies, Digital Evidence and Cybercrime

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: Judith Mowatt, Kingston, Jamaica
    Addressing the impact of digital evidence on forensic sciences, the need for validation and quality assurance, how to track and incorporate technological advancements, and breaking down forensic reports for the courts.
    • Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in Forensic Science - Dr. Zeno J. Geradts, The Netherlands (CS07)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    CS08: Invited Speaker Session: New Drugs, New Issues, New Doping Methods

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: John Doherty, Australia
    Recognizing how changing drug markets can affect a laboratory’s capacity to detect drugs and the increasing prevalence of new psychoactive substances. Learning which drugs of abuse could be related to an episode of SCD and the pathological findings of these substances on the cardiovascular system.
    • 10:45 AM - 11:15 AM: New Drugs and New Issues for Forensic Toxicology - Where to From Here? - Dr. Dimitri GEROSTAMOULOS, Australia (CS08-01)
    • 11:15 AM - 11:45 AM: Drugs of Abuse, Toxics and Sudden Cardiac Death - Dr. Joaquín S. Lucena, Spain (CS08-02)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    PNL02: Invited Speaker Session: Criminalistics Panel

    Location: Grand Ballroom West & Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Helio Buchmuller, Brasília, Brazil, & Chris M. Milroy, Ottawa, Canada
    "The questions of forensic science: The five W +H (Who, What, Where, When, Why and How) or the 7 questions of Quintilianus revisited (Quis, Quid, Ubi, Quibus auxiliis, Cur, Quomodo, Quando)» Panel – Sheila Willis, Michelle D. Miranda, Doug Lucas, Peter de Forest, Claude Roux, Frank Crispino, Pierre Margot Panel members are presenting papers in other sessions that develop issues related to this topic (science vs junk science, Lucas; Intelligence, Crispino, Roux, Ribaux; Accreditation and certification of processes, Crispino and Roux; invited presentation, Roux; operational laboratory product, Willis; education de Forest, Margot). Participants may wish to follow those and come with questions! In a time of crises (NRC report, closure of the Forensic Science Service in the UK, discussions about error management, focussing on processes, etc), this panel intends to revisit the fundamentals of forensic science. Faced with a passed event and the time asymmetry of causation (Cleland, 2001), it is impossible to test what happened in a controlled laboratory environment. It is only possible to reconstruct the past based on reliable (physical data) or less reliable information (such as witness statements) and by logical treatment of all the collected information. The questions that were raised in the Antiquity allegedly by Quintilianus are there to remind us that questions can be set to address hypotheses or propositions in a systematic and exhaustive manner. Quis ?, Who ? relates to the identity, which seems to be the only and ultimate question for many (fingerprints, DNA, chemical identity, specificity). Quid ? What ? relates to the crime question. Is it a crime? and what type of crime ? Ubi ? Where ? relates to the extension of the crime scene, but also to the contacts that may arise from the crime definition (what) Quibus auxiliis ? with what means ? Use of force, situational decisions taken by the authors of the crime. Cur ? Why ? this relates to the mobile of the crime (allegations, rational decision by criminals to use an un-protected target) Quomodo ? How ? relates to the modus operandi and completes the critical appraisal of What and with what means. Quando ? When ? this is the essential historical issue of time and sequence. One can see that all of these questions have an impact on different phases of an investigation or inquiry. Faced with a complaint, a denunciation, a crime, the first phase is one of diagnosis, supported by documentation, that help direct the attention to propositions that may be tested by directing to the detection of relevant remnants or traces that these propositions imply, precisely located on the documentation. With forensic intelligence the detection may be directed to specific traces knowing that there is an on-going crime series (as in epidemiology). The detection can be coupled to « scene of crime » technologies that may help focus on the most relevant items. Incoherence, absence of traces should incite a revision of the diagnosis or of propositions to direct further searches.   This is completed by the collection and preservation of items for further analyses, if needed, often in specialised laboratories. The documentation indicates the relevance, the position, the inter-relation between items. Most of the focus worldwide is directed to this lab based phase thinking that the analyses are purely technical whereas they should be considered in a logical analytical framework. Should we analyse to singularise (identify) (Who? By what means?) or to detect similarities for efficient database or intelligent searches (Why, when, how?), or to provide an information on activity (activity level propositions (circumstances – Where, when and how?). This may direct chemical, physical or biological analyses towards more or less selective and more or less sensitive technical approaches.   Throughout, communications with other parties involved in the investigation should help decide on where to focus on the most relevant issues which may mean that some items are not further analysed, whereas others are analysed differently. Intermediate reports of different natures can feed the intelligence process, the investigative process as well as give some definitive answers (source of a stain by DNA, fingerprint, alcohol/drug level). This is all truly context oriented and leading the analyses to test the case as it is being reconstructed. None of this should be focussed on the issue (the causality), but what information is there, if a given causality is right or wrong. The final phase may be reporting for court purposes (for a very small minority of cases) and this should be transparent, balanced and focussed on the data and their meaning given the causalities as they are stated or perceived. After brief introductory presentations, the panel will include an extensive and interactive Q&A session. CLELAND, C. E. 2001. Historical Science, Experimental Science, and the Scientific Method. Geology, 29, 987-990.
      Learning objectives:
    • science in forensic science
    • problem solving as the underlying role of forensic science
    • being critical towards the technological race as opposed to the knowledge and reasoning processes involved in forensic science
    • Prof. Pierre Margot. Switzerland (PNL02)
    • Michelle Miranda. USA (PNL02)
    • Prof. Frank Crispino. Canada (PNL02)
    • Dr. Douglas Lucas. Canada (PNL02)
    • Prof Claude Roux. Australia (PNL02)
    • Prof Peter De Forest. USA (PNL02)
    • Dr. Sheila Willis. Republic of Ireland (PNL02)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    OA22: Oral Session: Forensic Pathology

    Location: Grand Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Kristopher Cunningham, Toronto, Canada & Lars C. Ebert, Zurich, Switzerland
    • Veterinary Forensic Pathology: Cases from an Emerging Discipline - Dr. Beverly McEwen. Canada (OA22-01)
    • National Institute of Justice: Supporting Imaging Technologies in Medicolegal Death Investigations - Danielle McLeod-Henning. USA (OA22-02)
    • The Contribution of Forensic Pathology to Family Health - Prof Noel Woodford. Australia (OA22-03)
    • Deaths in Custody in Israel – Investigation Under Constrain and Mistrust - Dr. Maya Furman. Israel (OA22-04)
    • The Temporary Cavity in Close Contact Shots - Christian Schyma. Switzerland (OA22-05)
    • The Beaver Dam, Flies and the Axe: You Can't Hide From Mother Nature - Dr. Steven Symes. USA (OA22-06)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    OA23: Oral Session: Anthropology

    Location: Sheraton Hall B, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: George Patru, Creil, France & Hans H. De Boer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    • 3D Geometric Morphometric Facial Reconstruction: A Preliminary Report - Dr. Alon Barash. Isreal (OA23-01)
    • Anatomical Taphonomy at the Source:  Alterations to a Sample of Teaching Skulls at a Medical School - A Joseph. USA (OA23-02)
    • Determining a New Method for Estimating the PMI of Decomposed Remains Found in Temperate Australian - Stephanie Marhoff-Beard. Australia (OA23-03)
    • Fleshing out Our Methods: How Fat Tissue Affects Skeletal Age Estimation - Dr. Catherine Merritt. UK (OA23-04)
    • The Utility of GIS in the Spatial Analysis of Saw Cut Marks on Bone - John Williams. USA (OA23-05)
    • Change Detection in Bone Histology Using Raster-Based Geographical Information Systems - Suzanna Michener. Canada (OA23-06)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    OA24: Oral Session: New drugs, New Issues, New Doping Methods & Toxicology

    Location: Sheraton Hall C, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Thomas Keller, Salzburg, Austria , Bing Su, Buffalo, United States of America
    • Developing Data to Transform Death Prevention: Lessons from the Fentanyl Crisis - Lisa Lapointe. Canada (OA24-01)
    • Beta-Keto Analogues of Phenethylamines as Psychoactive Substances: A Chemical Perspective - Morgan Philp. Australia (OA24-02)
    • An Approach to the Control of the New Psychoactive Substances - Angeline Yap (OA24-03)
    • From the Border to the Grave: New Designer Drugs in New Zealand - Cameron Johnson. New Zealand (OA24-04)
    • Forensic in Silico: Theoretical Study of FITC and CB[6] to Detect Amphetamine and Cathinone - Asst Prof. Aline Bruni. Brazil (OA24-05)
    • Characterization of Cannabinoids Using High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry for Non-Targeted Screening - Daniel Pasin. Australia (OA24-06)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    OA25: Oral Session: Clinical Forensic Medicine & Forensic Nursing

    Location: Chestnut East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Jayantha C. Herath, Toronto, Canada
    • Forensic Experience of Saudi Nurses; An Emerging Need for Forensic Qualifications - Dr. Dalia Alsaif. Saudi Arabia (OA25-01)
    • Medical Assistance in Dying: Trends, Challenges, Lessons & Future Considerations - Jennifer Berry. Canada (OA25-02)
    • Elder Sexual Abuse : Twelve Years in Practice - Dr. Jean Hiquet. France (OA25-03)
    • The Role of the Forensic Nurse in Elder Abuse - Linda Reimer. Canada (OA25-04)
    • Forensic Medicine and the Royal Commission into Family Violence in Victoria Australia. - Assoc Prof. David Ranson. Australia (OA25-05)
    • Spectrometric and Chemical Analysis of Bruises and Discolourations in Vulnerable People - Assoc Prof. Stewart Walker. Australia (OA25-06)
  • 10:15 - 11:45

    OA26: Oral Session: Questioned Documents & Criminalistics

    Location: Chestnut West, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Bob Wood, Toronto, Canada & Tom Routledge, Coquitlam, Canada
    • The Multi-Individuality of Handwriting - Assoc Prof. Jaroslaw Moszczynski. Poland (OA26-01)
    • Forensic Analysis of Hard Copies of Digitally Manipulated Documents - Shabnam Kaur. India (OA26-02)
    • Age Estimation Based on Dental Pulp Volume of Human Remains  Found in Two Necropolis in Italy - Giulia Vitale. Italy (OA26-03)
    • Third Molar Maturity Index:  Has It Accuracy to Assess the Legal Age of 18 Years? - Bianca Marques Santiago. Brazil (OA26-04)
    • Why SERS Might (or Might Not) Greatly Improve the Way We Analyze Physical Evidence - Cyril Muehlethaler. Trois-Rivieres, Canada (OA26-05)
  • 12:00 - 13:30

    Lunch Break & Poster Viewing (PS03)

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom West, Sheraton Ballroom E & F, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    • A Novel Analytical Method of TFMPP and mCPP in Fluids of Drug Addicts Using LLE-GC/MS and LLE-GC/NPD Yifei Ren CN (PS03-01)
    • Kids, Drugs Vegas:A Novel Toxicological Surveillance System in Adolescents Using Auto(PSy Data Andrew A Mahesan US (PS03-02)
    • Maximizing Evidence Recovery and Minimizing Cross-Contamination in Sexual Offence Examinations  Laura Walton-Williams GB (PS03-03)
    • Areyoufine? Training in Assessment of Personal Injury Based on Biomechanical Analysis Duarte N Vieira PT (PS03-04)
    • Processing Digital Images for Investigation, Intelligence and Evaluation Purposes: A New Approach Simon Baechler CH (PS03-05)
    • On Scene Blood Stain Age Estimation; Possibilities Limitations and Practical Implementation Maurice Aalders NL (PS03-07)
    • Indanedione Methods for Fingermark Detection: Normal Treatment, Vacuum Development and Dry-Transfer. Rebecca McCabe AU (PS03-08)
    • Fitness to Drive After Driving Under Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs: Value of Hair Toxicology Diona D'Hondt BE (PS03-09)
    • Infra-Red Photography: A Practical Method For The Detection And Identification Of Gunshot Residue Claire V Rhodes GB (PS03-10)
    • Development of an Electronic Explosive Detector Using Microfluidic Paper-Based Analytical Devices Lucas Blanes AU (PS03-11)
    • Clinical Diagnosis Versus Auto(PSy Diagnosis in Head Trauma Andreea Alexandra Velnic RO (PS03-12)
    • A Multi-Purpose Smart Mortuary Table for the Twenty-First Century Sanjaya Ravindra Hulathduwa LK (PS03-13)
    • Use of Manikins to Demonstrate Genital Trauma in Sexual Assault Examinations - a Step Forward Sanjaya Ravindra Hulathduwa LK (PS03-14)
    • The Effectiveness of Using Volume Render from the Software Invivo5 to Detect Anomalies in CT Scans of the Human Body Georgina Abrego-Guadron, Windsor, Canada (PS03-15)
    • Identification of Motorcycle Driver and Injury Feature Exploration Through Accident Reconstruction Li Zhengdong CN (PS03-16)
    • Suicide Among Tunisan Children: Epidemiology, Risk Factors, and Approaches to Prevention Abir Aissaoui TN (PS03-18)
    • Fingermark Visualisation from Post-Blast IED Fragments and Bomb Debris Alexander Smyth GB (PS03-19)
    • Interactive Crime Scene Visualisation – The Forensic Holodeck Lars Christian Ebert CH (PS03-20)
    • A Hand-Held Multispectral Camera for Crime Scene Investigation Samuel Gatley US (PS03-21)
    • Aims and Challenges in the Implementation of the Law for the Search of Missing Persons in Peru Mellisa Lund PE (PS03-22)
    • SINAFI - Forensic Image Analysis Integrated System: A Common Platform for Forensic Practitioners Daniel Cunha BR (PS03-23)
    • Improvised Explosive Devices - A Trend Bablinder Kaur Chopra US (PS03-24)
    • Capture and Analysis of 3D Footwear Evidence: New Horizons and Opportunities Marcin Budka GB (PS03-25)
    • Reconstruction of Obliterated Serial Numbers in Polymers Cédric Parisien CA (PS03-26)
    • An Examination of the Spatial Distribution of the Fragments Created During a Explosive Attack Erin Kathleen DuBois GB (PS03-27)
    • Real-time Dataflow Process Platform for Network Forensics Fei Xu CN (PS03-28)
    • Application of Nano Materials for Latent Fingerprints Detection Lei YAN CN (PS03-29)
    • PCR - Capillary Electrophoresis Is a New Method for Forensic Diatom Testing Yu zhengliang CN (PS03-30)
    • DNA Radar: Revelation of Surnames from DNA Samples with Next Generation Sequencing Troy Moore US (PS03-31)
    • Simultaneous Quantification of Δ9-THCA, Δ9-THC, CBN and CBD in Seized Drugs Using UPLC-PDA/QDa Wei lai Sun CN (PS03-32)
    • Microhaplotypes: A Possible Biogeographic Ancestry Predictor for Forensic DNA Evidence   Kelly Long US (PS03-33)
    • Ageing Contusions in Living – a Preliminary Report Pradeep Rohan Ruwanpura LK (PS03-34)
    • Forensic Use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft at The Brazilian Federal Police Guilherme Henrique Braga Miranda BR (PS03-35)
    • A Geographical Analysis of Trafficking on Evolution, a Popular Darknet Marketplace Marie Morelato AU (PS03-36)
    • Research on Key Technology of Face Recognition xuejing dai CN (PS03-37)
    • Recovery of Fingermarks from Metallic Surfaces using a Scanning Kelvin Probe Susanna Elisabeth Challinger GB (PS03-38)
    • Rigorous Study of Fingermark Recovery Using a Scanning Kelvin Probe Iain D Baikie GB (PS03-39)
    • The Analysis of Organic Explosives in Vapour Samples Using a Lab-On-A-Chip Instrument Vitor Cesar Taranto AU (PS03-40)
    • The Developmental Validation and Application of DNATyper Y24  PCR Amplification Kit Wanshui Li CN (PS03-41)
    • Epidemiology of Spinal Trauma in North-Eastern Part of Romania Valentin Petre-Ciudin RO (PS03-42)
    • Sexual Assault in a Child Revealed by Peritonitis Samir Maatoug TN (PS03-43)
    • Design and Construction of Digital Devices for Measurement of the Volume of Body Organs Saeid Gholamzadeh IR (PS03-44)
    • The Causality Nexus Between the Tako-Tsubo Syndrome and an Assault: A Forensic Case Report Samir Maatoug TN (PS03-45)
    • Applicability of a Set of Facial Proportions From Frontal Images in Age Estimation of Brazilians Bianca Marques Santiago BR (PS03-46)
    • A Partnership Approach to Sexual Offence Research and Practice Paul Anthony Smith GB (PS03-47)
    • GPU Forensics: GRAPHICS Recovery Process Challenges and Findings Baijian Yang US (PS03-48)
    • Examples of Vehicle Speed Measurement Using Video Information of Dashboard Camera Oc Yeub Jeon KR (PS03-49)
    • Case Study of Identification of Video Authentication Related to Digital Discovery Qimeng Lu CN (PS03-50)
    • Walking Dead: Individualized 3D Models for Forensic Reconstructions Chiara Villa DK (PS03-51)
    • Verifying the Authenticity of Digital Image Using Automatic Exposure and White Balance Approximation Chuntao Chen CN (PS03-52)
    • Using iMotions Software to Identify a Correlation Between Emotions and Physiological Processes Shashi K Jasra CA (PS03-53)
    • Evaluation of Incest Cases in the Child Protection Unit at Marmara University Hospital M. Akif Inanici TR (PS03-54)
    • Performance Characteristics of the Intoxilyzer 9000 - An Independent Assessment and Review Jan Semenoff CA (PS03-55)
    • Voice Biometric Distinction Between English and Arabic using Speech Pro SIS II Shashi Jasra CA (PS03-56)
    • Development of a Landmark Image Database to Identify the Shooting Location of Photographs Kenji Kurosawa JP (PS03-57)
    • Design for Network File Forensics System Based on Approximate Matching Fei Xu CN (PS03-58)
    • Better Body Bags: Innovation in the Design for Better Adaptability to Differing Forensic Contexts Annuka Bathija CH (PS03-59)
    • Photoantropometric Facial Analysis: Variability of Landmarking Points and Forensic Implication Marta Pinheiro Flores BR (PS03-60)
    • Photoanthropometry: Use of Iridian Proportions Taken from Facial Frontal Images to Estimate Age Marta Regina Pinheiro Flores BR (PS03-61)
    • Discrimination of Mexican and South American Heroin HCl with 87Sr/86Sr Isotopic Analysis Joshua S DeBord US (PS03-62)
    • Postmortem Drug Level Interpretation Using Pharmacokinetics and Statistics Robert John Belloto US (PS03-65)
    • Update of an MS/MS Library of N(PS for QTRAP® Instruments Katharina Grafinger CH (PS03-66)
    • Detection of Methamphetamine or Cocaine From Mouse Femurs Buried in Soil Ken-ichiro Nakao JP (PS03-67)
    • Nondestructive Direct Determination of MA Tables by Diffuse Reflectance Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Cuimei Liu CN (PS03-68)
    • Determination of Inorganic Cyanide in Human Blood by HS-GC/MS Ge Song CN (PS03-69)
    • In Vitro Inhibitory Effect of EAM-2201 on Cytochrome P450 and UDP-Glucuronosyltransferase Enzymes Hye Suk Lee KR (PS03-70)
    • Effect of Cannabis Extract on Larvae Development and Detection of Cannabinoids in Larvae by GC-MS Monique Scarlett JM (PS03-71)
    • Microglial Status in Human Methamphetamine Users: Preliminary Findings in a Brain Imaging Study Gausiha Rathitharan CA (PS03-72)
    • Studies on Three Spice Drug Products: Voodoo Child, Brainstorm, Barely Legal Oluseyi Adewale Vanderpuye US (PS03-73)
    • A Rapid Multi-Target Screening Method in Emergency Toxicology by GC-MS and LC-MS/MS Junhui Lee KR (PS03-74)
    • LC and LC-MS/MS Methods for Synthetic Cannabinoids in Novel “Spice” Drugs Zhai Wan Feng CN (PS03-75)
    • Determination of Scopolamine and Atropine in Whole Blood by LC-MS Hongyan Du CN (PS03-76)
    • 25I-NBOH: An Elusive N(PS Found in Blotter Paper Seizures in Brazil LUCIANO CHAVES ARANTES BR (PS03-77)
    • Fentanyl Involvement in Sudden Deaths in the Province of Alberta 2011 to 2015 Daniel S Smyk CA (PS03-78)
    • Deadly Intoxication by Inflammable Substances: About a Case of Drug Addiction SALIM BOUMESLOUT DZ (PS03-79)
    • Comparison of Authentic and Synthetic Training Aids for Drug-Detection Dogs Shari Forbes AU (PS03-80)
    • Analytical Interference in Molecularly-Imprinted Polymer SPE (MIP-SPE) and UPLC-qTOF-MS Ahmad Alamir CA (PS03-81)
    • Detection of Nicotine in Oral Fluids and Associated E-Liquids by DSA-TOFMS, GC-MS and LC-MS/MS Sabra Botch-Jones US (PS03-83)
    • Quantitation of THC and Metabolites in Whole Blood By LC-MS/MS For Per Se Law Testing Adrian Taylor CA (PS03-84)
    • Batch Variation Within Seizures Containing Multiple Cocaine Bricks: A Case Study Louise Stride Nielsen DK (PS03-85)
    • Teens & Spice:Synthetic Cannabinoid Associated Fatalities in Adolescents Andrew A Mahesan US (PS03-86)
    • Airborne Methamphetamine Sampling Using Capillary Microextraction Mansa Vijayanunni Nair NZ (PS03-87)
    • EtS Shows the Highest Stability Among Ethanol's Non-Oxidative Metabolites in Postmortem Human Blood Jiaolun Li CN (PS03-88)
    • Case Studies on New (PSychoactive Substances in Singapore Angeline Tang SG (PS03-89)
    • Chiral Determination and Assay of Enantiomers in Clandestine Drug Laboratory Samples Using LC-MSMS Ana Popovic AU (PS03-90)
    • Death Due to Mixed Drug Intoxication Including Multiple New (PSychoactive Substances: A Case Report Pauline
    • Saint-Martin FR (PS03-91)
    • Considerations for the Mouth Alcohol Effect Due to Low-Concentration Alcohol During BAC Testing Emily Anne Rolko CA (PS03-92)
    • An Approach to the Control of the New (PSychoactive Substances Angeline Yap SG (PS03-93)
    • GC-MS GC-MS/MS and GC-IR Studies on Substituted Cathinone Designer Drugs C. Randall Clark US (PS03-94)
    • Forensic in Silico: Simulated IR Spectra of N(PS Amphetamines and Cathinones Aline Thaís Bruni BR (PS03-95)
    • SERS, Raman and DFT of Fentanyl Carfentanyl: Toward Detection of Trace Samples Abed Haddad US (PS03-96)
    • Development of Improved Isolation Method for Detection of Insecticides from Biological Fluids Amarnath
    • Mishra IN (PS03-97)
    • Generic System as a Method of Challenging With New (PSychoactive Substances: Turkish Experience Faruk
    • Asicioglu TR (PS03-98)
    • 3D Reconstruction of Internal Damaged Paint by Optical Coherence Tomography Ning Zhang CN (PS03-100)
    • 3D Morphological Analysis of Sharp-Force Trauma in Forensic Contexts Sian E Smith GB (PS03-101)
    • An Anthropological Study of Alcohol Induced (PSychosis Vijayanath V IN (PS03-102)
    • Intimate Partner Violence Among Egyptian Pregnant Women: Incidence, Risk Factors and Outcomes Abeer Mohamed
    • Hagras EG (PS03-103)
    • Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Based Gait Analysis for Human Identification yiming xue CN (PS03-104)
    • Child Forensic Attitude Scale and Reasons Behind Under-Reporting Child Sexual Abuse in Saudi Arabia Dalia
    • Alsaif SA (PS03-105)
    • Categorization of Child Pornography Digital Images Mateus de Castro Polastro BR (PS03-107)
    • Influence Variables on the Automated Ballistic Comparison Effectiveness Lehi Sudy dos Santos BR (PS03-108)
    • Accidental Genital Trauma in Female Children in Jordan and the Role of Forensic Medicine Imad M AL-Abdallat JO (PS03-110)
    • The Status and Thinking of X Chromosome Genetic Markers in Forensic Science Yu zhengliang CN (PS03-111)
    • A Study Into Fingermark Recovery Methods From Submerged Knives in Different Aquatic Environments Emily Louise
    • Horrocks GB (PS03-112)
    • Methodologies Using Drones in the Characterization of Environmental Crimes in the Brazilian Amazon Harley Angelo
    • Moraes BR (PS03-113)
    • Structure Identification of Novel Metabolites for AMB-FUBINACA, Markers of Its Abuse Yujin Park KR (PS03-114)
    • Foot Tortures and the Implication of Forensic Podiatry in Cases of Human Rights Violations Pablo Martínez-
    • Escauriaza Peral ES (PS03-115)
    • The Investigator® QualtiplexHYres Limits in Sexual Assault Caseworks Samir Maatoug TN (PS03-116)
    • Developing Latent Sweat Fingerprints on Paper by Thermally-induced  Fluorescence  Imaging xuejing dai CN (PS03-117)
    • The Endoscopy of Firearm Barrels: A New Approach in Shot Range Estimation Christian Walter Albert Schyma CH (PS03-118)
    • PLC Forensic Analysis: Forensic Traces of Industrial Control System Attacks Kam-Pui Chow HK (PS03-119)
    • The Use of 3D Digital Imaging to Combine Photographic, Wound Ballistic and BPA Evidence Matthieu Glardon CH (PS03-120)
    • Potential Miscarriage of Justice Due to Hierarchical Error Messages for Ethanol Breath Testing Alfred Elsworth
    • Staubus US (PS03-121)
    • An Unexpected Death Related to Accidental BTX Inhalation JINMI JEUNG KR (PS03-122)
    • Effect of Intravenous Lipid Emulsion on Acute Methamphetamine Toxicity Leila Etemad IR (PS03-123)
    • A Fatal Case of Podostroma Cornu-Damae Poisoning Sanggil Choe KR (PS03-124)
    • Diagnosis of  burns from heat haematoma using carbon monoxide detector tube           Hisanori Muramatsu JP (PS03-125)
    • Forensic in Silico of N(PS: Principal Component Analysis Study of Cannabinoids Caio Henrique Pinke Rodriges BR (PS03-126)
    • Forensic in Silico Study of N(PS: Amphetamines and Cathinones Gabriel Munhoz Pereira BR (PS03-127)
    • Lead Toxicity From Fraud Opium: Report of Two Auto(PSy Cases of Lead Toxicity Seyed Amirhosein Mahdavi IR (PS03-128)
    • Hounsfield Unit Values of Basic Liver Pathologies in Post-Mortem Computed Tomography Wolf-Dieter Zech CH (PS03-130)
    • The Ultitlity of GC Coupled to Vacuum UV Spectroscopy for the Analysis of Emerging Drugs Cory Vaught US (PS03-131)
    • A Novel Method for Visualizing Fingerprints on Absorbent Surfaces - "Contact Ninhydrin"         Howard A. Harris US (PS03-132)
    • A Method for Determining Sweep Widths for Forensic Searches Edward B Banning CA (PS03-133)
    • The Paradigm Shift in Elemental Analysis of Modern Paintings for Forensic Purposes Dariusz Wilk PL (PS03-134)
    • Corrective Rape and Its Medicolegal Aspects Anil Aggrawal IN (PS03-135)
    • Identification of 12G Shotgun Pistol Through Primed Shot Shell Cases Adrish Arslan PK (PS03-136)
    • 3D Accident Reconstruction: New Measuring Techniques for 3D Documentation of Crashed Cars Kirsten Busse Institute of Forensic Medicne, University of Bern, Switerzland CH (PS03-137)
    • Ruler Drop Test as a Tool to Determine Poor Reaction Time in Drunken Drivers of Sri Lanka    Indira Deepthi Kitulwatte LK (PS03-138)
    • Female Genital Mutilations: A Type of Violence Against Women and Vulnerable Subjects Chiara Rossetti IT (PS03-139)
    • Family Doctors' Perspectives on Child Abuse Risk Factors and Reporting Process: A Qualitative Study M. Akif Inanici TR (PS03-140)
    • Research Progress of Multi-Copy Y-STR Loci in Forensic Science Lei Shang CN (PS03-141)
    • The Degree of Injury and Injury Manner Reappraisal by Forensic Clinical Verification Jiemin Chen CN (PS03-143)
    • Portuguese Reality in the Orientation of Intimate Partner Violence Cases Ana Marques PT (PS03-144)
    • Alcohol Dependency Resulting Women Trauma: Violence Against Women Nehemiya Igulu Bandese UG (PS03-145)
    • A Case Study of the Change in the Profile of Computer Forensic Examinations Mateus de Castro Polastro BR (PS03-146)
    • Violence Against Women in India – a Forensic Perspective Anil Aggrawal IN (PS03-147)
    • Super-Resolution on Pixel Values Selection for Degraded Image Recognition by Support Vector Machine Hiroo Tsuji JP (PS03-148)
    • New Procedures for Collecting Digital Evidences in Solving Cybercrimes Rupinder Kaur IN (PS03-149)
    • Study on Survivors of Domestic Violence Presented to Base Hospital, Avissawella, Sri Lanka Udara Senarathna LK (PS03-150)
    • Atypical Intimate Partner Homicides: A Report of 5 Cases and a Forensic Pathologist's Approach Ana Abreu PT (PS03-151)
    • Homicidal Violence Against Women in Mississippi Lisa Funte US (PS02-152)
    • Two Cases of Homicide in Mississippi: A Matter of Being in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time?  Lisa Funte US (PS03-153)
    • Homicidal Violence Against Children in Mississippi: Four Case Reports Mark M. LeVaughn US (PS03-154)
    • Elder Abuse and Neglect in Portugal - Forensic Multidisciplinary Approach Joana Azevedo PT (PS03-155)
    • Analysis of Socio-Demographic and Forensic Evidence in Sexual Abuse Survivors of Southern Sri Lanka Clifford Priyantha Perera LK (PS03-156)
    • Metabolite Profiles and Specific Markers in Urine Samples From Illicit Heroin Users Ya-Ling Yeh TW (PS03-157)
    • Qualitative And Quantitative Analysis of Buprofezin in Blood Specimens Yiren Yao CN (PS03-158)
    • Changing Pattern of Self-Poisoning Deaths in Southern Province Sri Lanka Nilusha Ishari Fernando LK (PS03-159)
    • Clinical and Auto(PSy Findings of Fatal Poisoning With Datura Seeds Saeid Gholamzadeh IR (PS03-160)
    • Auto(PSy Findings and Analytical Methods of Fatal Cases of Strychnine Ingestion Abdorrasoul Malekpour IR (PS03-161)
    • Comparative Analysis of 763 Auto(PSy Cases of Poisoning Death Junchao Zhang CN (PS03-162)
    • Application of Modified QuEChERS Screening Method Prior to LC-MS/MS Determination in Whole Blood lei ping Zhang CN (PS03-163)
    • Biomonitoring for Arsenic and Lead in Single Hair Strands by LA-ICP-MS Dong Ma CN (PS03-164)
    • The Detection of Cathinone and its Metabolites in Rabbit Urine by LC-MS/MS Ting Zhang CN (PS03-165)
    • Spectrophotometric Determination of Triazolam with Charge Transfer Reaction jun wang CN (PS03-165)
    • Protective Effects of Co-Enzyme Q10 & Flaxseed Oil Against Aspartame Hepatotoxicity in Rats Sanaa M Aly EG (PS03-167)
    • Extraction by Dispersive Liquid Microextraction for Drugs Detection by HPLC and GC-MS Mehdi Forouzesh IR (PS03-168)
    • Contact Maceration: New Postmortem Artifact Harshana Mahendra Kumara Senanayake LK (PS03-169)
    • Examination of Sexual Assault Survivors by Forensic Nurses and collecting Physical Evidences from Crime Scene Harbaksh Singh Mander IN (PS03-170)
    • Advantageous and Limitations of Alternative Specimens in Forensic Toxicology Analysis Mehdi Forouzesh IR (PS03-171)
    • A More Comprehensive Approach to Alcohol Extrapolation Ashraf Mozayani US (PS03-172)
    • Fast Forensic Toxicological Screening and Quantitation Under 3 Minutes With a QTOF LC-MS/MS System Adrian Taylor CA (PS03-173)
    • Forensic Analysis of Ions in Post-mortem Blood by Ion Chromatography and Statistical Application JINMI JEUNG KR (PS03-174)
    • Homicide With Aluminum Phosphide: Utility of Novel Nano-Sensor Kit for Detection of Phosphine Saeid Gholamzadeh IR (PS03-175)
    • Efficacy of Novel Nano Kit for Detection of Phosphine in Biological Samples in Forensics Medicine Saeid Gholamzadeh IR (PS03-176)
    • Changing the Pattern of Acute Pediatric Poisonings in Mashhad, Iran(2011-2013) Mohammad Moshiri IR (PS03-177)
    • Determination of LSD and 25H-NBOMe by Square Wave Voltammetry Marcelo Firmino de Oliveira BR (PS03-178)
    • 25I-NBOH: Identification Without Derivatization or Other Analytical Techniques Ana Flávia Belchior de Andrade BR (PS03-179)
    • Digital Evidence Authentication System Using Smart Phones Oc Yeub Jeon KR (PS03-180)
    • Responding to and Preventing Ragging in a Sri Lankan State University Anuruddhi Samanthika Edirisinghe LK (PS03-181)
    • Sexual Assault with Bilateral Eye Enucleation  LUIS RAVANAL CL (PS03-182)
    • First Application of CT Scan in Forensic Centers in Saudi Arabia Raed Alobaidaan SA (PS03-183)
    • Is Amitriptyline an Antidepressant Causing Suicide? Diana Jazmín Jazmin Mariño Gaviria CO (PS03-184)
    • A Case of Fatal Abuse of a Sibling and Sub Fatal Abuse of a Sister amir jameel hamuod IQ (PS03-185)
    • Childhood Abuse History and Parenting–Efficacy in Pregnant Women: Attachment and Theory of Mind Sinem Yildiz Inanici TR (PS03-186)
    • A Study on Women Reporting of Sexual Crimes to a Police in an Urban Area of Sri Lanka Anusha Edirisinghe LK (PS03-187)
    • A Descriptive Study on Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) Among Sri Lankan Police Officers Anusha Edirisinghe LK (PS03-188)
    • Different Aspects of Husband Abuse in Cases Referred to Forensic Medicine Administrations Mohammad Zarenezhad IR (PS03-189)
    • To Execute Female in the Name of Family Decency in Northern Part of India Amit Chauhan IN (PS03-190)
    • Violence Against Vulnerable Persons: The Death of a Trans-Gendered Individual in Mississippi Lisa Funte US ((PS03-191)
    • Methamphetamine Induced Ileus in Rat Ameneh Ghadiri IR ((PS03-192)
    • The Role of Disputed Paternity in Gender Based Violence (2011-2015) -Kenya Lawrence Kinyua Muthuri KE ((PS03-193
    • Expedited Toxicological Testing in Ontario Death Investigation – Results of a Pilot Project Amy Peaire CA (PS03-194)
    • Comprehensive Separation and Detection Protocols for Compounds of Forensic Importance Ashton Theakstone AU (PS03-195)
    • Two deaths associated with Furanyl Fentanyl Toxicity  Charis Kepron CA (PS03-196)
    • The Effectiveness of the Human DNA Concentration Using Anti-H Lectin   Hisanori Muramatsu JP (PS03-198)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    WAML01: World Association for Medical Law (WAML)

    Location: Grand Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chair: Ken J. Berger, Toronto, Canada
      Forensic Ethics in the New Millennium

    Presenters:
    • Professor Ken J. Berger MD, JD Secretary General, World Association for Medical Law
    • Professor Jamie Downs MD Forensic Expert
    • Professor Thomas Noguchi MD President World Association for Medical Law
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    OA27: Oral Session: Criminalistics & Engineering Sciences

    Location: Sheraton Hall B, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: John Doherty, Macleod, Australia, Thomas Greer, Toronto, Canada, Duncan Way, Orillia, Canada
    • The Analysis of Illicit Drugs in Sydney Wastewater - Marie Morelato. Australia (OA27-01)
    • Investigation of Art Works Pigments in Forensic Practice - Ivana Turková. Czech Republic (OA27-02)
    • Interpretation of Transfer Traces at the Activity Level: Fibers Evidence - Ariane Jonacas. Canada (OA27-03)
    • Evaluation of HSI Visible/Near IR Spectroscopy as Forensic Tool for Automotive Paint Distinction - Dr. Juliano Gomes. Brazil (OA27-04)
    • Luminescent Silicon Oxide Nanoparticles for Fingermark Detection - Dr. Sebastien Moret. Australia (OA27-05)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    OA28: Oral Session: General

    Location: Sheraton Hall C, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Linzi Wilson-Wilde, Melbourne, Australia
    • Forensic Science Education – Flavour to Foundation - Dr. Scott Chadwick. Australia (OA28-01)
    • Forensic Innovation Centre: A UK Model for Academia, Police and Forensic Science Collaboration - Anna-Marie O'Connor. UK (OA28-02)
    • How to Fingerprint a 300-year-old Mummy - Dr. Petra Urbanova. Czech Republic (OA28-03)
    • Forensic Science as an Academic Discipline - Prof. Peter De Forest. USA (OA28-04)
    • Forensic Advisers in Belgium: A Substantial Increase in Effectiveness - Lore George. Belgium (OA28-05)
    • Strengthening Forensic Services in Forensic Identification in Contexts of Widespread Violence - Ute Hofmeister. Mexico (OA28-06)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    OA29: Oral Session: Forensic Pathology

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Allan Cala, North Sydney, Australia, Louise McNaughton-Filion, Ottawa, Canada
    • Ethical Considerations for the Forensic Pathologist: A Canadian Perspective - Sonia Sant. Canada (OA29-01)
    • Forensic Investigation of the DANA Flight 992 Crash: Overview of the Nigerian Experience - Prof John Obafunwa. Nigeria (OA29-02)
    • Detection and Documentation of Fractures in the Deceased Child - Andrew Baker. USA (OA29-03)
    • Aquatic Decomposition in Fresh Water - Wilma Duijst. Netherlands (OA29-04)
    • Development of Forensic Medicine and Forensic Sciences in Arab Region - Prof. Dino Ali Shokry Egypt (OA29-06)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    OA30: Oral Session: Terrorism and Armed Conflict

    Location: Chestnut East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Indira D. Kitulwatte, Ragama, Sri Lanka & Jennifer Berry, Toronto, Canada
    • The Minnesota Protocol on the Investigation of Potentially Unlawful Death (2016) - Prof Stuart Maslen. South Africa (OA30-01)
    • The 14th July 2016 Terrorist Attack in Nice - Dr. Véronique Alunni. France (OA30-02)
    • Identification of Victims in Terrorist Bombing of Hillah, Iraq - Assoc Prof. Ahmad Shojaei. Iran (OA30-03)
    • Identification procedures and mortuary operations : the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris - Prof Bertrand Ludes. France (OA30-04)
    • Incapacitating Terrorists: Causes of Death and Interpretive Challenges - Dr. Chen Kugel. Isreal (OA30-05)
    • Terrorism in India - A Forensic Pathologist's Perspective - Prof Anil Aggrawal. India (OA30-06)
  • 13:45 - 15:15

    OA31: Oral Session: Criminalistics

    Location: Chestnut West, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Aleksandra Stryjnik, Toronto, Canada & Kenneth Zercie, Madison, United States of America
    • Casestudy: A Multidisciplinary Approach in Belgium - Miss Lore George. Belgium (OA31-01)
    • Ion Mobility Spectrometry Versus Ion Trap Tandem Mass Spectrometry to Detect Narcotics on Passports - Ms Harmonie Michelot. Australia (OA31-02)
    • When Are Fibres Relevant: Daily Activity and Background Extraneous Fibres on T-Shirts - Dr. Xanthe Spindler. Australia (OA31-03)
    • Monitoring Changes in the Volatile Profile of Aging Human Blood - Ms Lena M Dubois. Belgium (OA31-04)
    • Novel Innovation for the Contactless Detection and Identification of Bodily Fluids - Roberto S P King. UK (OA31-05)
    • An Attempt to Blackmail the New Zealand Government by Contaminating Infant Formula with 1080 Poison - Mr Mark Connor. New Zealand (OA31-06)
  • 13:45 - 16:30

    PL05: International Association of Forensic Sciences Hall of Fame

    Location: Grand Ballroom West & Centre, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Michael S. Pollanen, Toronto, Canada & Rex Ferris, Papamoa Beach, New Zealand
    • The role of forensic doctors in the care of victims of voluntary violence’s (French and international perspectives) - Prof. Eric Baccino. France (PL05-01)
    • Trends and Legislation of New Psychoactive Substances - Prof Heesun Chung. Korea (PL05-02)
    • The 21st Century IAFS: Looking Towards the Future - Barry Fisher. USA (PL05-03)
    • Forensic Science: Interface Between Science and Law - Dr. Sze Chung Leung. Hong Kong (PL05-04)
  • 15:15 - 16:00

    Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing (PS03)

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom West, Sheraton Ballroom, E & F, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    • A Novel Analytical Method of TFMPP and mCPP in Fluids of Drug Addicts Using LLE-GC/MS and LLE-GC/NPD Yifei Ren CN (PS03-01)
    • Kids, Drugs Vegas:A Novel Toxicological Surveillance System in Adolescents Using Auto(PSy Data Andrew A Mahesan US (PS03-02)
    • Maximizing Evidence Recovery and Minimizing Cross-Contamination in Sexual Offence Examinations  Laura Walton-Williams GB (PS03-03)
    • Areyoufine? Training in Assessment of Personal Injury Based on Biomechanical Analysis Duarte N Vieira PT (PS03-04)
    • Processing Digital Images for Investigation, Intelligence and Evaluation Purposes: A New Approach Simon Baechler CH (PS03-05)
    • On Scene Blood Stain Age Estimation; Possibilities Limitations and Practical Implementation Maurice Aalders NL (PS03-07)
    • Indanedione Methods for Fingermark Detection: Normal Treatment, Vacuum Development and Dry-Transfer. Rebecca McCabe AU (PS03-08)
    • Fitness to Drive After Driving Under Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs: Value of Hair Toxicology Diona D'Hondt BE (PS03-09)
    • Infra-Red Photography: A Practical Method For The Detection And Identification Of Gunshot Residue Claire V Rhodes GB (PS03-10)
    • Development of an Electronic Explosive Detector Using Microfluidic Paper-Based Analytical Devices Lucas Blanes AU (PS03-11)
    • Clinical Diagnosis Versus Auto(PSy Diagnosis in Head Trauma Andreea Alexandra Velnic RO (PS03-12)
    • A Multi-Purpose Smart Mortuary Table for the Twenty-First Century Sanjaya Ravindra Hulathduwa LK (PS03-13)
    • Use of Manikins to Demonstrate Genital Trauma in Sexual Assault Examinations - a Step Forward Sanjaya Ravindra Hulathduwa LK (PS03-14)
    • The Effectiveness of Using Volume Render from the Software Invivo5 to Detect Anomalies in CT Scans of the Human Body Georgina Abrego-Guadron, Windsor, Canada (PS03-15)
    • Identification of Motorcycle Driver and Injury Feature Exploration Through Accident Reconstruction Li Zhengdong CN (PS03-16)
    • Suicide Among Tunisan Children: Epidemiology, Risk Factors, and Approaches to Prevention Abir Aissaoui TN (PS03-18)
    • Fingermark Visualisation from Post-Blast IED Fragments and Bomb Debris Alexander Smyth GB (PS03-19)
    • Interactive Crime Scene Visualisation – The Forensic Holodeck Lars Christian Ebert CH (PS03-20)
    • A Hand-Held Multispectral Camera for Crime Scene Investigation Samuel Gatley US (PS03-21)
    • Aims and Challenges in the Implementation of the Law for the Search of Missing Persons in Peru Mellisa Lund PE (PS03-22)
    • SINAFI - Forensic Image Analysis Integrated System: A Common Platform for Forensic Practitioners Daniel Cunha BR (PS03-23)
    • Improvised Explosive Devices - A Trend Bablinder Kaur Chopra US (PS03-24)
    • Capture and Analysis of 3D Footwear Evidence: New Horizons and Opportunities Marcin Budka GB (PS03-25)
    • Reconstruction of Obliterated Serial Numbers in Polymers Cédric Parisien CA (PS03-26)
    • An Examination of the Spatial Distribution of the Fragments Created During a Explosive Attack Erin Kathleen DuBois GB (PS03-27)
    • Real-time Dataflow Process Platform for Network Forensics Fei Xu CN (PS03-28)
    • Application of Nano Materials for Latent Fingerprints Detection Lei YAN CN (PS03-29)
    • PCR - Capillary Electrophoresis Is a New Method for Forensic Diatom Testing Yu zhengliang CN (PS03-30)
    • DNA Radar: Revelation of Surnames from DNA Samples with Next Generation Sequencing Troy Moore US (PS03-31)
    • Simultaneous Quantification of Δ9-THCA, Δ9-THC, CBN and CBD in Seized Drugs Using UPLC-PDA/QDa Wei lai Sun CN (PS03-32)
    • Microhaplotypes: A Possible Biogeographic Ancestry Predictor for Forensic DNA Evidence   Kelly Long US (PS03-33)
    • Ageing Contusions in Living – a Preliminary Report Pradeep Rohan Ruwanpura LK (PS03-34)
    • Forensic Use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft at The Brazilian Federal Police Guilherme Henrique Braga Miranda BR (PS03-35)
    • A Geographical Analysis of Trafficking on Evolution, a Popular Darknet Marketplace Marie Morelato AU (PS03-36)
    • Research on Key Technology of Face Recognition xuejing dai CN (PS03-37)
    • Recovery of Fingermarks from Metallic Surfaces using a Scanning Kelvin Probe Susanna Elisabeth Challinger GB (PS03-38)
    • Rigorous Study of Fingermark Recovery Using a Scanning Kelvin Probe Iain D Baikie GB (PS03-39)
    • The Analysis of Organic Explosives in Vapour Samples Using a Lab-On-A-Chip Instrument Vitor Cesar Taranto AU (PS03-40)
    • The Developmental Validation and Application of DNATyper Y24  PCR Amplification Kit Wanshui Li CN (PS03-41)
    • Epidemiology of Spinal Trauma in North-Eastern Part of Romania Valentin Petre-Ciudin RO (PS03-42)
    • Sexual Assault in a Child Revealed by Peritonitis Samir Maatoug TN (PS03-43)
    • Design and Construction of Digital Devices for Measurement of the Volume of Body Organs Saeid Gholamzadeh IR (PS03-44)
    • The Causality Nexus Between the Tako-Tsubo Syndrome and an Assault: A Forensic Case Report Samir Maatoug TN (PS03-45)
    • Applicability of a Set of Facial Proportions From Frontal Images in Age Estimation of Brazilians Bianca Marques Santiago BR (PS03-46)
    • A Partnership Approach to Sexual Offence Research and Practice Paul Anthony Smith GB (PS03-47)
    • GPU Forensics: GRAPHICS Recovery Process Challenges and Findings Baijian Yang US (PS03-48)
    • Examples of Vehicle Speed Measurement Using Video Information of Dashboard Camera Oc Yeub Jeon KR (PS03-49)
    • Case Study of Identification of Video Authentication Related to Digital Discovery Qimeng Lu CN (PS03-50)
    • Walking Dead: Individualized 3D Models for Forensic Reconstructions Chiara Villa DK (PS03-51)
    • Verifying the Authenticity of Digital Image Using Automatic Exposure and White Balance Approximation Chuntao Chen CN (PS03-52)
    • Using iMotions Software to Identify a Correlation Between Emotions and Physiological Processes Shashi K Jasra CA (PS03-53)
    • Evaluation of Incest Cases in the Child Protection Unit at Marmara University Hospital M. Akif Inanici TR (PS03-54)
    • Performance Characteristics of the Intoxilyzer 9000 - An Independent Assessment and Review Jan Semenoff CA (PS03-55)
    • Voice Biometric Distinction Between English and Arabic using Speech Pro SIS II Shashi Jasra CA (PS03-56)
    • Development of a Landmark Image Database to Identify the Shooting Location of Photographs Kenji Kurosawa JP (PS03-57)
    • Design for Network File Forensics System Based on Approximate Matching Fei Xu CN (PS03-58)
    • Better Body Bags: Innovation in the Design for Better Adaptability to Differing Forensic Contexts Annuka Bathija CH (PS03-59)
    • Photoantropometric Facial Analysis: Variability of Landmarking Points and Forensic Implication Marta Pinheiro Flores BR (PS03-60)
    • Photoanthropometry: Use of Iridian Proportions Taken from Facial Frontal Images to Estimate Age Marta Regina Pinheiro Flores BR (PS03-61)
    • Discrimination of Mexican and South American Heroin HCl with 87Sr/86Sr Isotopic Analysis Joshua S DeBord US (PS03-62)
    • Postmortem Drug Level Interpretation Using Pharmacokinetics and Statistics Robert John Belloto US (PS03-65)
    • Update of an MS/MS Library of N(PS for QTRAP® Instruments Katharina Grafinger CH (PS03-66)
    • Detection of Methamphetamine or Cocaine From Mouse Femurs Buried in Soil Ken-ichiro Nakao JP (PS03-67)
    • Nondestructive Direct Determination of MA Tables by Diffuse Reflectance Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Cuimei Liu CN (PS03-68)
    • Determination of Inorganic Cyanide in Human Blood by HS-GC/MS Ge Song CN (PS03-69)
    • In Vitro Inhibitory Effect of EAM-2201 on Cytochrome P450 and UDP-Glucuronosyltransferase Enzymes Hye Suk Lee KR (PS03-70)
    • Effect of Cannabis Extract on Larvae Development and Detection of Cannabinoids in Larvae by GC-MS Monique Scarlett JM (PS03-71)
    • Microglial Status in Human Methamphetamine Users: Preliminary Findings in a Brain Imaging Study Gausiha Rathitharan CA (PS03-72)
    • Studies on Three Spice Drug Products: Voodoo Child, Brainstorm, Barely Legal Oluseyi Adewale Vanderpuye US (PS03-73)
    • A Rapid Multi-Target Screening Method in Emergency Toxicology by GC-MS and LC-MS/MS Junhui Lee KR (PS03-74)
    • LC and LC-MS/MS Methods for Synthetic Cannabinoids in Novel “Spice” Drugs Zhai Wan Feng CN (PS03-75)
    • Determination of Scopolamine and Atropine in Whole Blood by LC-MS Hongyan Du CN (PS03-76)
    • 25I-NBOH: An Elusive N(PS Found in Blotter Paper Seizures in Brazil LUCIANO CHAVES ARANTES BR (PS03-77)
    • Fentanyl Involvement in Sudden Deaths in the Province of Alberta 2011 to 2015 Daniel S Smyk CA (PS03-78)
    • Deadly Intoxication by Inflammable Substances: About a Case of Drug Addiction SALIM BOUMESLOUT DZ (PS03-79)
    • Comparison of Authentic and Synthetic Training Aids for Drug-Detection Dogs Shari Forbes AU (PS03-80)
    • Analytical Interference in Molecularly-Imprinted Polymer SPE (MIP-SPE) and UPLC-qTOF-MS Ahmad Alamir CA (PS03-81)
    • Detection of Nicotine in Oral Fluids and Associated E-Liquids by DSA-TOFMS, GC-MS and LC-MS/MS Sabra Botch-Jones US (PS03-83)
    • Quantitation of THC and Metabolites in Whole Blood By LC-MS/MS For Per Se Law Testing Adrian Taylor CA (PS03-84)
    • Batch Variation Within Seizures Containing Multiple Cocaine Bricks: A Case Study Louise Stride Nielsen DK (PS03-85)
    • Teens & Spice:Synthetic Cannabinoid Associated Fatalities in Adolescents Andrew A Mahesan US (PS03-86)
    • Airborne Methamphetamine Sampling Using Capillary Microextraction Mansa Vijayanunni Nair NZ (PS03-87)
    • EtS Shows the Highest Stability Among Ethanol's Non-Oxidative Metabolites in Postmortem Human Blood Jiaolun Li CN (PS03-88)
    • Case Studies on New (PSychoactive Substances in Singapore Angeline Tang SG (PS03-89)
    • Chiral Determination and Assay of Enantiomers in Clandestine Drug Laboratory Samples Using LC-MSMS Ana Popovic AU (PS03-90)
    • Death Due to Mixed Drug Intoxication Including Multiple New (PSychoactive Substances: A Case Report Pauline
    • Saint-Martin FR (PS03-91)
    • Considerations for the Mouth Alcohol Effect Due to Low-Concentration Alcohol During BAC Testing Emily Anne Rolko CA (PS03-92)
    • An Approach to the Control of the New (PSychoactive Substances Angeline Yap SG (PS03-93)
    • GC-MS GC-MS/MS and GC-IR Studies on Substituted Cathinone Designer Drugs C. Randall Clark US (PS03-94)
    • Forensic in Silico: Simulated IR Spectra of N(PS Amphetamines and Cathinones Aline Thaís Bruni BR (PS03-95)
    • SERS, Raman and DFT of Fentanyl Carfentanyl: Toward Detection of Trace Samples Abed Haddad US (PS03-96)
    • Development of Improved Isolation Method for Detection of Insecticides from Biological Fluids Amarnath
    • Mishra IN (PS03-97)
    • Generic System as a Method of Challenging With New (PSychoactive Substances: Turkish Experience Faruk
    • Asicioglu TR (PS03-98)
    • 3D Reconstruction of Internal Damaged Paint by Optical Coherence Tomography Ning Zhang CN (PS03-100)
    • 3D Morphological Analysis of Sharp-Force Trauma in Forensic Contexts Sian E Smith GB (PS03-101)
    • An Anthropological Study of Alcohol Induced (PSychosis Vijayanath V IN (PS03-102)
    • Intimate Partner Violence Among Egyptian Pregnant Women: Incidence, Risk Factors and Outcomes Abeer Mohamed
    • Hagras EG (PS03-103)
    • Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Based Gait Analysis for Human Identification yiming xue CN (PS03-104)
    • Child Forensic Attitude Scale and Reasons Behind Under-Reporting Child Sexual Abuse in Saudi Arabia Dalia
    • Alsaif SA (PS03-105)
    • Categorization of Child Pornography Digital Images Mateus de Castro Polastro BR (PS03-107)
    • Influence Variables on the Automated Ballistic Comparison Effectiveness Lehi Sudy dos Santos BR (PS03-108)
    • Accidental Genital Trauma in Female Children in Jordan and the Role of Forensic Medicine Imad M AL-Abdallat JO (PS03-110)
    • The Status and Thinking of X Chromosome Genetic Markers in Forensic Science Yu zhengliang CN (PS03-111)
    • A Study Into Fingermark Recovery Methods From Submerged Knives in Different Aquatic Environments Emily Louise
    • Horrocks GB (PS03-112)
    • Methodologies Using Drones in the Characterization of Environmental Crimes in the Brazilian Amazon Harley Angelo
    • Moraes BR (PS03-113)
    • Structure Identification of Novel Metabolites for AMB-FUBINACA, Markers of Its Abuse Yujin Park KR (PS03-114)
    • Foot Tortures and the Implication of Forensic Podiatry in Cases of Human Rights Violations Pablo Martínez-
    • Escauriaza Peral ES (PS03-115)
    • The Investigator® QualtiplexHYres Limits in Sexual Assault Caseworks Samir Maatoug TN (PS03-116)
    • Developing Latent Sweat Fingerprints on Paper by Thermally-induced  Fluorescence  Imaging xuejing dai CN (PS03-117)
    • The Endoscopy of Firearm Barrels: A New Approach in Shot Range Estimation Christian Walter Albert Schyma CH (PS03-118)
    • PLC Forensic Analysis: Forensic Traces of Industrial Control System Attacks Kam-Pui Chow HK (PS03-119)
    • The Use of 3D Digital Imaging to Combine Photographic, Wound Ballistic and BPA Evidence Matthieu Glardon CH (PS03-120)
    • Potential Miscarriage of Justice Due to Hierarchical Error Messages for Ethanol Breath Testing Alfred Elsworth
    • Staubus US (PS03-121)
    • An Unexpected Death Related to Accidental BTX Inhalation JINMI JEUNG KR (PS03-122)
    • Effect of Intravenous Lipid Emulsion on Acute Methamphetamine Toxicity Leila Etemad IR (PS03-123)
    • A Fatal Case of Podostroma Cornu-Damae Poisoning Sanggil Choe KR (PS03-124)
    • Diagnosis of  burns from heat haematoma using carbon monoxide detector tube           Hisanori Muramatsu JP (PS03-125)
    • Forensic in Silico of N(PS: Principal Component Analysis Study of Cannabinoids Caio Henrique Pinke Rodriges BR (PS03-126)
    • Forensic in Silico Study of N(PS: Amphetamines and Cathinones Gabriel Munhoz Pereira BR (PS03-127)
    • Lead Toxicity From Fraud Opium: Report of Two Auto(PSy Cases of Lead Toxicity Seyed Amirhosein Mahdavi IR (PS03-128)
    • Hounsfield Unit Values of Basic Liver Pathologies in Post-Mortem Computed Tomography Wolf-Dieter Zech CH (PS03-130)
    • The Ultitlity of GC Coupled to Vacuum UV Spectroscopy for the Analysis of Emerging Drugs Cory Vaught US (PS03-131)
    • A Novel Method for Visualizing Fingerprints on Absorbent Surfaces - "Contact Ninhydrin"         Howard A. Harris US (PS03-132)
    • A Method for Determining Sweep Widths for Forensic Searches Edward B Banning CA (PS03-133)
    • The Paradigm Shift in Elemental Analysis of Modern Paintings for Forensic Purposes Dariusz Wilk PL (PS03-134)
    • Corrective Rape and Its Medicolegal Aspects Anil Aggrawal IN (PS03-135)
    • Identification of 12G Shotgun Pistol Through Primed Shot Shell Cases Adrish Arslan PK (PS03-136)
    • 3D Accident Reconstruction: New Measuring Techniques for 3D Documentation of Crashed Cars Kirsten Busse Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland CH (PS03-137)
    • Ruler Drop Test as a Tool to Determine Poor Reaction Time in Drunken Drivers of Sri Lanka    Indira Deepthi Kitulwatte LK (PS03-138)
    • Female Genital Mutilations: A Type of Violence Against Women and Vulnerable Subjects Chiara Rossetti IT (PS03-139)
    • Family Doctors' Perspectives on Child Abuse Risk Factors and Reporting Process: A Qualitative Study M. Akif Inanici TR (PS03-140)
    • Research Progress of Multi-Copy Y-STR Loci in Forensic Science Lei Shang CN (PS03-141)
    • The Degree of Injury and Injury Manner Reappraisal by Forensic Clinical Verification Jiemin Chen CN (PS03-143)
    • Portuguese Reality in the Orientation of Intimate Partner Violence Cases Ana Marques PT (PS03-144)
    • Alcohol Dependency Resulting Women Trauma: Violence Against Women Nehemiya Igulu Bandese UG (PS03-145)
    • A Case Study of the Change in the Profile of Computer Forensic Examinations Mateus de Castro Polastro BR (PS03-146)
    • Violence Against Women in India – a Forensic Perspective Anil Aggrawal IN (PS03-147)
    • Super-Resolution on Pixel Values Selection for Degraded Image Recognition by Support Vector Machine Hiroo Tsuji JP (PS03-148)
    • New Procedures for Collecting Digital Evidences in Solving Cybercrimes Rupinder Kaur IN (PS03-149)
    • Study on Survivors of Domestic Violence Presented to Base Hospital, Avissawella, Sri Lanka Udara Senarathna LK (PS03-150)
    • Atypical Intimate Partner Homicides: A Report of 5 Cases and a Forensic Pathologist's Approach Ana Abreu PT (PS03-151)
    • Homicidal Violence Against Women in Mississippi Lisa Funte US (PS02-152)
    • Two Cases of Homicide in Mississippi: A Matter of Being in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time?  Lisa Funte US (PS03-153)
    • Homicidal Violence Against Children in Mississippi: Four Case Reports Mark M. LeVaughn US (PS03-154)
    • Elder Abuse and Neglect in Portugal - Forensic Multidisciplinary Approach Joana Azevedo PT (PS03-155)
    • Analysis of Socio-Demographic and Forensic Evidence in Sexual Abuse Survivors of Southern Sri Lanka Clifford Priyantha Perera LK (PS03-156)
    • Metabolite Profiles and Specific Markers in Urine Samples From Illicit Heroin Users Ya-Ling Yeh TW (PS03-157)
    • Qualitative And Quantitative Analysis of Buprofezin in Blood Specimens Yiren Yao CN (PS03-158)
    • Changing Pattern of Self-Poisoning Deaths in Southern Province Sri Lanka Nilusha Ishari Fernando LK (PS03-159)
    • Clinical and Auto(PSy Findings of Fatal Poisoning With Datura Seeds Saeid Gholamzadeh IR (PS03-160)
    • Auto(PSy Findings and Analytical Methods of Fatal Cases of Strychnine Ingestion Abdorrasoul Malekpour IR (PS03-161)
    • Comparative Analysis of 763 Auto(PSy Cases of Poisoning Death Junchao Zhang CN (PS03-162)
    • Application of Modified QuEChERS Screening Method Prior to LC-MS/MS Determination in Whole Blood lei ping Zhang CN (PS03-163)
    • Biomonitoring for Arsenic and Lead in Single Hair Strands by LA-ICP-MS Dong Ma CN (PS03-164)
    • The Detection of Cathinone and its Metabolites in Rabbit Urine by LC-MS/MS Ting Zhang CN (PS03-165)
    • Spectrophotometric Determination of Triazolam with Charge Transfer Reaction jun wang CN (PS03-165)
    • Protective Effects of Co-Enzyme Q10 & Flaxseed Oil Against Aspartame Hepatotoxicity in Rats Sanaa M Aly EG (PS03-167)
    • Extraction by Dispersive Liquid Microextraction for Drugs Detection by HPLC and GC-MS Mehdi Forouzesh IR (PS03-168)
    • Contact Maceration: New Postmortem Artifact Harshana Mahendra Kumara Senanayake LK (PS03-169)
    • Examination of Sexual Assault Survivors by Forensic Nurses and collecting Physical Evidences from Crime Scene Harbaksh Singh Mander IN (PS03-170)
    • Advantageous and Limitations of Alternative Specimens in Forensic Toxicology Analysis Mehdi Forouzesh IR (PS03-171)
    • A More Comprehensive Approach to Alcohol Extrapolation Ashraf Mozayani US (PS03-172)
    • Fast Forensic Toxicological Screening and Quantitation Under 3 Minutes With a QTOF LC-MS/MS System Adrian Taylor CA (PS03-173)
    • Forensic Analysis of Ions in Post-mortem Blood by Ion Chromatography and Statistical Application JINMI JEUNG KR (PS03-174)
    • Homicide With Aluminum Phosphide: Utility of Novel Nano-Sensor Kit for Detection of Phosphine Saeid Gholamzadeh IR (PS03-175)
    • Efficacy of Novel Nano Kit for Detection of Phosphine in Biological Samples in Forensics Medicine Saeid Gholamzadeh IR (PS03-176)
    • Changing the Pattern of Acute Pediatric Poisonings in Mashhad, Iran(2011-2013) Mohammad Moshiri IR (PS03-177)
    • Determination of LSD and 25H-NBOMe by Square Wave Voltammetry Marcelo Firmino de Oliveira BR (PS03-178)
    • 25I-NBOH: Identification Without Derivatization or Other Analytical Techniques Ana Flávia Belchior de Andrade BR (PS03-179)
    • Digital Evidence Authentication System Using Smart Phones Oc Yeub Jeon KR (PS03-180)
    • Responding to and Preventing Ragging in a Sri Lankan State University Anuruddhi Samanthika Edirisinghe LK (PS03-181)
    • Sexual Assault with Bilateral Eye Enucleation  LUIS RAVANAL CL (PS03-182)
    • First Application of CT Scan in Forensic Centers in Saudi Arabia Raed Alobaidaan SA (PS03-183)
    • Is Amitriptyline an Antidepressant Causing Suicide? Diana Jazmín Jazmin Mariño Gaviria CO (PS03-184)
    • A Case of Fatal Abuse of a Sibling and Sub Fatal Abuse of a Sister amir jameel hamuod IQ (PS03-185)
    • Childhood Abuse History and Parenting–Efficacy in Pregnant Women: Attachment and Theory of Mind Sinem Yildiz Inanici TR (PS03-186)
    • A Study on Women Reporting of Sexual Crimes to a Police in an Urban Area of Sri Lanka Anusha Edirisinghe LK (PS03-187)
    • A Descriptive Study on Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) Among Sri Lankan Police Officers Anusha Edirisinghe LK (PS03-188)
    • Different Aspects of Husband Abuse in Cases Referred to Forensic Medicine Administrations Mohammad Zarenezhad IR (PS03-189)
    • To Execute Female in the Name of Family Decency in Northern Part of India Amit Chauhan IN (PS03-190)
    • Violence Against Vulnerable Persons: The Death of a Trans-Gendered Individual in Mississippi Lisa Funte US ((PS03-191)
    • Methamphetamine Induced Ileus in Rat Ameneh Ghadiri IR ((PS03-192)
    • The Role of Disputed Paternity in Gender Based Violence (2011-2015) -Kenya Lawrence Kinyua Muthuri KE ((PS03-193
    • Expedited Toxicological Testing in Ontario Death Investigation – Results of a Pilot Project Amy Peaire CA (PS03-194)
    • Comprehensive Separation and Detection Protocols for Compounds of Forensic Importance Ashton Theakstone AU (PS03-195)
    • Two deaths associated with Furanyl Fentanyl Toxicity  Charis Kepron CA (PS03-196)
    • The Effectiveness of the Human DNA Concentration Using Anti-H Lectin   Hisanori Muramatsu JP (PS03-198)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA32: Oral Session: Anthropology

    Location: Grand Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Luis Fondebrider, Buenos Aires, Argentina & Pauline Saint- Martin, Tours, France
    • Retention of Saw Marks on Bone in Water and the Postmortem Submersion Interval - Patrick Bozek. Canada (OA32-01)
    • Italy's Struggle for the Identification of Dead Migrants - Danilo De Angelis. Italy (OA32-02)
    • An Assessment of Raman Spectroscopy for Postmortem Interval Estimation From Skeletonised Remains - Madelen Chikhani. (OA32-03)
    • The Milano Identified Skeletal Collection: a tool for forensic identification and trauma analysis. - Vera Merelli. Italy (OA32-04)
    • The Latin American Assciation of Forensic Anthropology (ALAF) - Dr. Luis Fondebrider. Argentina (OA32-05)
    • Estimating Age at Death From Acetabulum, Auricular Surface and Pubic Symphysis Using Random Forests - Marek Daňko. Czech Republic (OA32-06)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA33: Oral Session: New Forensic Technologies, Digital Evidence and Cybercrime & Digital and Multi-Media Sciences

    Location: Sheraton Hall B, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Zeno J. Geradts, The Hague, Netherlands, Michael Pickup, Toronto, Canada
    • A Multi-Agency and Collaborative Approach to Tackling Cybercrime - Dr. Paul Smith. UK (OA33-01)
    • Anonymous Personae in Cybercrime: Stylometry and Computational Forensic Linguistics - Dr. Carole Chadski. US (OA33-02)
    • 3D Documentation of Patterned Injury: Different Measuring Techniques and a Case Example - Kristen Busse. Switzerland (OA33-04)
    • The Use of Deep Learning in Forensic Medicine – a Feasibility Study - Dr. Lars Ebert. Switzerland (OA33-05)
    • Deep Learning for Forensic Identification of Human Images - Asst Prof. Jinhua Zeng. China (OA33-06)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA34: Oral Session: New Drugs, New Issues, New Doping Methods & Toxicology

    Location: Sheraton Hall B, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Jeffrey M. Jentzen, Ann Arbor, United States of America & Ashraf Mozayani, Houston, United States of America
    • New Approaches to Gather Information About the Clandestine Production of Amphetamine - Frank Hausser. Germany (OA34-01)
    • Study of the in Vitro and in Vivo Metabolism of the Tryptamine 5-MeO-Mipt - Katharina Grafinger. Switzerland (OA34-02)
    • Wastewater Management: To Reduce Medico-Legal Implications Using Integrated Forensic Intelligence - Edward Sisco. USA (OA34-03)
    • In Situ Detection of Drugs of Abuse Impregnated Into Plastic Matrices for Drug Trafficking Purpose - Assoc Prof. Shanlin Fu. Australia (OA34-04)
    • Measuring Degradation of Narcotics and Novel Psychoactive Substances using Mass Spectrometry - Dr. Edward Sisco. USA (OA34-05)
    • Urine Drug Screening Positivity Rates in Patients From Chemical-Dependence Programs in Western NY - Assoc Prof. Fazlollah Loghmanee. USA (OA34-06)
  • 16:00 - 18:00

    OA35: Oral Session: Violence Against Women Vulnerable Persons

    Location: Osgoode Ballroom East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Catherine White, Manchester, United Kingdom & Helena Thornton, Oldham, United Kingdom
    • Optimisation Of DNA Profiling In Sexual Offences – An cross-disciplinary Approach - Katie Jetten. UK (OA35-01)
    • The "Manhole Murders" - A Series of Homeless Person Homicides - Dr. Joseph Prahlow. USA (OA35-02)
    • Forensic Geriatrics: The work of the Monash University/VIFM Health Law and Ageing Research Unit. - Assoc Prof. David Ranson. Australia (OA35-03)
    • Ontario Provincial Police work in partnership to protect our vulnerable children - Shelly Tuck. Canada (OA35-04)
    •  Legal Ban Application of Female Genital Mutilation:Females Attend Family Medicine Centers Egypt  - Asst Prof. Abeer Hagras. Egypt (OA35-05)
    • Homicide Death Review of Children Under the Age of Ten in Wayne County, Michigan - Dr. Amanda Kitson. USA (OA35-06)
    • An International Perspective on Best Practice in Sexual Offence Investigations and Examinations - Dr. Laura Walton-Williams. UK (OA35-07)
    • Study of Child Abuse and Neglect in Kuwait -Dr. Dina Ahmed, Ministry of Interior, Forensic Medicine. Kuwait (OA35-08)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA36: Oral Session: Terrorism and Armed Conflict

    Location: Chestnut East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Sarathchandra Kodikara, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka & Jan De Kinder, Brussels, Belgium
    • Serious Violations of Human Rights and International Law in Gaza 2014 - Karen Kelly. USA (OA36-01)
    • Missing in Cemeteries - Humanitarian Impact of Inhumation Practices in Armed Conflict and Migration - Carlos Villalobos. Mexico (OA36-02)
    • Geophysical High Resolution Methods Applied to Study of Simulated Graves in Colombia, South America. - Prof Alejandra Baena. Colombia (OA36-03)
    • Finland and International Forensic Fact-Finding during The Second World War - Kari Takamaa. Finland (OA36-04)
    • Scientific and Humanitarian Role of Forensic Medicine in Colombian Armed Conflict - Andres Rodrigue Zorro. Switzerland (OA36-05)
    • Role of the Egyptian Forensic Medicine Authority in the Mystery of EGYPT AIR Flight Crash in 2016 - Hesham Farag. Egypt (OA36-06)
  • 16:00 - 17:30

    OA37: Oral Session: Forensic Potpourri

    Location: Sheraton Chestnut West, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Canada
    Chairs: Andrew S. Williams, Toronto, Canada & Fawzi Benemran, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    • Garissa University Terror Attack: How Forensic DNA Resolved the Case - John Kimani. KE (OA37-01)
    • DNA Identification of Differentially Preserved Human Remains: an Efficient Sampling Method - Hans H. de Boer. NL (OA37-02)
    • The Time of Death in Court - Wilma Duijst. NL (OA37-03)
    • Creating Responses to Sexual Assault in Developing Countries  - Barry A. J. Fisher. USA (OA37-05)
    • The Pitfalls of Forensic Autopsy Practice and its Impact on Justice Delivery In Uganda - Sylvester Onzivua. Uganda (OA37-06)

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