For the past 25 years the International Symposium on Human Identification has been witness to new technologies, changing policies, and trends in forensics. You can be part of ISHI26 by organizing a workshop, giving a talk, presenting an interesting case, or submitting a scientific poster. It’s all happening October 12-15th in Grapevine, Texas.
Registration for ISHI is $755, and students are able to register at a discounted rate of $555. Those interested in attending only the workshops do not need to pay the full registration rate, and can simply pay for the workshops attended. Save $100 by registering before August 1st!
Pre-registration for workshops is strongly encouraged, as space is limited. On-site registrants cannot be guaranteed admittance.
The full conference agenda has been announced! Click here to view a pdf!
Submit an Abstract!
Share your expertise at ISHI 26 by giving a talk or presenting a scientific poster! We are now accepting abstracts for poster presentation. Abstracts must be received by August 1, 2015.
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Order Your FREE Fabric Poster!
We’ve partnered with PosterSmith to provide you with a free fabric poster. Orders placed prior to September 14th will receive a complimentary poster and shipping. Orders placed after September 14th are eligible for a $15 discount with code “ISHI2015”. Visit this link to order your poster.
Save the Date!
We’ll be in the Mid-West for ISHI27! We’re excited to announce that the 27th International Symposium on Human Identification will be held at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis September 26-29th, 2016. Also, mark your calendars for October 2-5, 2017 for ISHI 28 in Seattle, Washington! More information will be coming soon.
You already know that the 26th International Symposium on Human Identification is THE place to be for forensic professionals this October, but just in case you were on the fence, we’ve come up with the top 10 reasons to book your flight to Grapevine, Texas! View the infographic here!
Get to know the ISHI 26 speakers!
While the forensic community is a tight-knit group, we can always get a little closer, right? With that in mind, we asked our speakers some questions to get to know them a little better outside of their work. We’ll be posting their responses over the coming months in a feature we like to call Under the Microscope. Read our next installment with Zane Kerr, who will be presenting Two Years Later: A Reflection on the Implementation of STRmix™ in a High-Throughput DNA Laboratory during the General Sessions.
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