ISHI workshop proposals due January 15

AtlantaGet off the sidelines – Present a workshop, talk or poster at ISHI24
Cutting edge research, advances in forensics and strange but true stories will be featured at the 24th International Symposium on Human Identification. Play your part by organizing a workshop, giving an oral presentation, an interesting case talk or a scientific poster.
Workshops proposals are due by January 15. Topics should be of general interest to the forensic community and non-commercial in nature.
Abstracts for oral presentation will go through a blind peer-review process carried out by an international reviewing committee. Abstracts not selected for oral presentation will be considered for poster presentation.
Interesting case presentations are a highlight of the meeting. Past cases have featured serial rapists and murderers, unusual crime scenes and suspects as well as the occasional bizarre turn of events.
Over 100 scientific posters will be presented during the dedicated poster sessions. Presenting a poster provides an excellent networking opportunity.
• Workshop proposals – January 15
• Oral Abstracts – June 10
• Interesting Cases – June 10
• Scientific Posters – August 1
Visit for more information on the 24th ISHI and the abstract submission process.