Daily Archives: June 1, 2016

2016-17 FSF Warren-Young Scholarship Awarded to Leanne K. Moorman

The Forensic Sciences Foundation (FSF) is pleased to announce the winner of the 2016-17 FSF Warren-Young Scholarship: Congratulations to Leanne K. Moorman! Ms. Moorman is one of three science teachers at Felicity-Franklin High School in Felicity, OH (near Cincinnati). She has long wished for the ability to offer classes to her students which cover more […]

A Word From Your 2017 Program Co-Chair – July 2016

Source: Christine Funk, JD, 2017 Annual Meeting Program Co-Chair Would you look at the time! August 1 is just around the corner. Please take a moment to reflect on past meetings and how much you enjoyed the workshops, breakfasts, luncheon seminars, and the Plenary Session. Now, please take a moment to recall those conversations you […]

Criminalistics Section News July 2016 — Get Those Abstracts Submitted

Source: Kristy Kadash, PhD, Section Program Chair  The Criminalistics Section program at the 2016 annual meeting in Las Vegas was expertly crafted by last year’s Program Chair Vinny Desiderio. He instituted some very successful modifications to the program format – for example, Special Sessions, Selected Abstracts, and Big Picture Saturday. These changes were intended to increase […]

Pathology/Biology – July 2016

Source: Joyce L. deJong, DO, Section Secretary Greetings to the members of the Pathology/Biology Section. Our Future Reflects Our Past: The Evolution of Forensic Science is the theme selected by President John Gerns for 2016-17. We have the ability to reflect on our past and from the knowledge gained, direct our future and the evolution […]

Toxicology Section News – July 2016

Sources: Nikolas P. Lemos, PhD, Section Program Chair, and William Johnson, BA, Section Program Co-Chair It’s difficult to believe three months have passed since our incredibly successful 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting in Las Vegas, NV. Our sincerest thanks to all the Toxicology Section officers, chairs, co-chairs, moderators, abstract reviewers, sponsors, and volunteers for your efforts. […]