Digital & Multimedia Section Mid-Year Update and Abstract Submission Reminder

Source: Marla E. Carroll, BS, Section Chair The AAFS annual meeting in Seattle was a great success. Our workshops and scientific sessions were well attended and received excellent reviews. Special thanks to Program Chair Mary Horvath and Co-Chair Douglas White, as well as to all members of the Program Committee for their time and efforts […]


Anthropology Section: Abstracts Due!

Sources: Kristen Hartnett-McCann, PhD, Program Chair, and Marin A Pilloud, PhD, Program Co-Chair The August 1 deadline for abstracts is fast approaching! Make sure you get your abstracts, workshops, symposia, and special seminars submitted by the deadline. Late submissions will not be accepted. Please ensure that you adhere to the AAFS guidelines for abstract submission. […]


Jurisprudence Section Fellow Paul Singer Receives Award for Exceptional Contributions to Attorney Training and Education

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton congratulated Jurisprudence Section Fellow Paul Singer, Chief of the Consumer Protection Division of his office, after he received the Faculty of the Year Award from the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI), a training branch of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG). The award was presented during the […]


Psychiatry & Behavioral Science Section News—June 2018

Source: R. Gregg Dwyer, MD, EdD, Section Secretary Several members of our section have made the following recent contributions to our field, plus other news worth sharing. Richard Rosner and Charles Scott shared the 2018 Manfred Guttmacher Award from the American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law for their book, […]


General Section Call for Papers

Source: Joanna L. Collins, MFS, Section Chair As summer is finally here, it is time to start putting your abstracts together for the General Section program for the 2019 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD. We are excited to review submissions for oral and poster presentations as well as breakfasts and workshop ideas. The General Section […]


General Section Call for Moderators

Source: Joanna L. Collins, MFS, Section Chair For all of those within the General Section who are looking for promotion from Associate Member to Member, we have a great opportunity for you to be part of the 2019 AAFS Annual Scientific Meeting in Baltimore, MD. We are looking for Moderators to assist with the Thursday, […]


Nominations Now Being Accepted for the Toxicology Section Awards and Scholarships

Source: Nikolas P. Lemos, PhD, Section Chair The Toxicology Section’s Awards and Scholarships offer an enviable way to recognize the achievements and contributions of our distinguished colleagues and promising students. Nominations and all accompanying supporting information are due by August 1. The Alexander O. Gettler Award—Analytical Achievement in Forensic Toxicology This award is bestowed for […]


General Section News—May 2018

Source: Steven C. Clark, PhD, Section Secretary Another exciting annual meeting has come and gone. For those who had the opportunity to attend, it was filled with outstanding presentations consistent with the meeting theme Science Matters. The 71st Annual Scientific Meeting will be in Baltimore, MD, at the Baltimore Convention Center on February 18-23, 2019. […]


Toxicology Section Call for Abstracts and Participation Survey—April 2018

Source: Sherri L. Kacinko, PhD, Section Program Chair Spring has arrived and that means it is time to make your plans for your contribution to the 71st Annual Scientific Meeting in Baltimore, MD, February 18-23, 2019. The meeting theme is Diligence, Dedication, and Devotion. As scientists, we always strive to be diligent in our work, […]


Criminalistics Seattle Review—April 2018

Source: Kristy Kadash, PhD, Section Chair The Criminalistics section had a very productive meeting in Seattle from beginning to end. The section was represented by four workshops and a luncheon that covered topics ranging from quality assurance to the opioid epidemic. The Section Business Meeting occurred on Wednesday. During the meeting, the section leadership provided […]


Success in Seattle! Questioned Documents Section News—April 2018

Source: Jan Seaman Kelly, BA, Section Chair The 70th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences is in the books. Section Program Chair Samiah Ibrahim and Co-Chair Kevin Kulbacki delivered an excellent program. Section Workshop Chair Linda Mitchell delivered a one-day workshop taught by Joel Zlotnik. Attendees provided positive feedback regarding the […]


Toxicology Section News—Thank You, Seattle, for a Wonderful 70th Annual Meeting!

Source: Nikolas P. Lemos, PhD, Section Chair It is difficult to believe a whole month has already passed since our incredibly successful 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting in Seattle, WA. Our sincerest thanks to all the 2017-2018 Toxicology section officers, chairs, co-chairs, abstract reviewers, moderators, and volunteers for your efforts. We are also grateful for all […]


National Safety Council Presents Marilyn Huestis With the 2018 Robert F. Borkenstein Award

Source: Finoa J. Couper, PhD, Toxicology Section Chair Please join us for dinner as we honor Marilyn A. Huestis, PhD, recipient of the 2018 ADID Robert F. Borkenstein Award, for her outstanding commitment to public safety and her dedication to the work of the National Safety Council (NSC) and the Alcohol, Drugs, and Impairment Division […]