Inaugural Gordon Research Conference on Forensic DNA Analysis


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The inaugural Gordon Research Conference on Forensic DNA Analysis will be held in Waterville Valley, NH, June 19-24, 2016. Two years of planning have gone into developing this exciting new meeting and program, and we are honored to invite you to attend this limited registration conference. The website link below explains in brief what GRCs are, how they may be different from other conferences you may have attended in the past, and why we need exciting, dynamic researchers and practitioners, such as yourself, to be a part of this first-of-its-kind meeting. This is a not-for-profit event at which attendees will dive deep into current challenges and advances in the area of DNA analysis via presentations from some of the best forensic scientists worldwide. Without participation from a diverse group of scientists, this meeting won’t be allowed to continue, so we hope you will be a pioneer and join us as part of this inaugural group!

Please consider registering today; space is limited and we do hope to sell out. Additionally, if you or your company, agency, or university are interested in sponsoring this event, there are still limited opportunities to participate; to inquire about these opportunities, please contact one of the program chairs listed on the GRC Info Sheet link below.

Website link is: https://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=17272

GRC Info Sheet Attendees – EM1b