Thank You 2017 Financial Supporters!


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The Academy would like to thank the following financial supporters for their generous contributions which led to the success of the 2017 American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS)
69th Annual Scientific Meeting:

Aegis Sciences Corporation
supported the Toxicology Section’s Events
Methodist University
supported Workshop #21
Agilent Technologies, Inc.
supported the Toxicology Section Scientific Program

Millipore Sigma
supported the Toxicology Section’s Open Forum Program

Anthropology Section
supported the Young Forensic Scientists Forum’s Program
Odontology Section
supported the Young Forensic Scientists Forum’s Program
Criminalistics Section
supported the Young Forensic Scientists Forum’s Program
Pathology / Biology Section
supported the Young Forensic Scientists Forum’s Program
Ellis R. Kerley Forensic Sciences Foundation
supported the Anthropology Section’s Reception
RTI International
supported the Toxicology Section’s 2017 Best Poster Award
 Engineering Sciences Section
supported the Young Forensic Scientists Forum’s Program
 Safariland/Forensic Source
supported Workshop #3
 Fredric Rieders Family Foundation
supported Workshop #5
 Sirchie
supported Workshop #21
 General Section
supported the Young Forensic Scientists Forum’s Program
 United Chemical Technologies, Inc.
supported the Toxicology Section’s Program
 Immunalysis Corporation
supported the Toxicology Section’s Program
 UTAK Laboratories
supported the Toxicology Section’s Program
 Jurisprudence Section
supported the Young Forensic Scientists Forum’s Program
 Vashaw Scientific, Inc.
supported Workshop #23
 Leica Microsystems, Inc.
supported Workshop #3
 Waters Corporation
supported the Toxicology Section’s Program

Lipomed, Inc.
supported the Toxicology Section’s Program

 



2017 “Friends of the General Section” (FOGS):

James M. Adcock, PhD Kristen Karnay
Al B. Agellon, BS Paul E. Kish, MS
William B. Andrews, MFS Erin P. Koester, MS
Alan F. Boehm, MFS Carlos J. Lopez-Gobernado, PhD
Tracy A. Brookshire, BS David G. Lord, PhD
Katherine M. Brown, PhD Thomas P. Mauriello, MFS
Erick P. Bryant, MFS Robert J. Morton, MS
Bryan R. Burnett, MS Morrell B. Munyon, MS
Karen T. Campbell, MD Cheryl F. Nelson, DVM
Amy Y. Carney, PhD Carraugh R. Nowak, MFS
Charlotte A. Carter, MS David G. Pauly, MFS
Arthur S. Chancellor, MA Sharon L. Plotkin, MS
Brian S. Clark, MFS Santiago Reina Camacho, PgDip
Joanna L. Collins, MFS Gary W. Reinecke, MA
Mary B. Collins-Morton, MS Amber D. Riley, MS
Gerald J. Conlogue, MHS Catherine G. Rushton, EdD
Susan Danto Stewart D. Ryckman, MD
Claudia Delgado Aguacia, MSc  Claire E. Shepard, MS
Steven L. Downs, MFS Patricia C. Smith, BA
Mary Fran Ernst, BLS Debi Spencer, MFS
Amanda L. Farrell, PhD Edmund D. Tamburini, MFS
Winnie Furnari, MS Elizabeth Toomer, MFS
John E. Gerns, MFS Peter R. Valentin, MSFS
Brett E. Harding, MBA Crystal L. Wagoner, MFS
Serena Hare, BS John Z. Wang, PhD
Theodore N. Hariton, MD Lily Teiesa White
Donald Hayden, MFS Matthew C. Wietbrock, BS
Dayle L. Hinman, BS T.L. Williams, MFS
Julie A. Howe, MBA David J. Zeliff, MFS
Brian L. Janysek, MFS  American Polygraph Association
Ivan M. Kaminsky, MS, MEd

 



2017 Anthropology Section Reception

Thank you to the following financial supporters for their contributions to the Anthropology Section:

Lauren R. Pharr, PhD Phoebe R. Stubblefield, PhD