The first ISFG Summer School 2018 (August update)

In association with the annual meeting of the Italian speaking ISFG Working Group (Ge.F.I.), the first ISFG Summer School will be held in Cantanzaro, Italy, on September 3-4, 2018. The summer school will offer eductional courses similar to those held prior to the international congresses of the ISFG, and is open to all researchers, students and practitioners in forensic genetics. The courses are sponsored by the ISFG, and ISFG members will receive a 20% discount on the registration fees. The following courses are offered:
  • A - Paternity and kinship testing including X-chromosomal markers (T. Egeland) (Update 10.08.2018: Places still available!)
  • B - DNA interpretation in criminal casework using probabilistic software (P. Gill) (Update 10.08.2018: Fully booked!)
  • C - Mitochondrial DNA analysis and interpretation using the EMPOP database (W. Parson) (Update 10.08.2018: Places still available!)
  • D - Next generation sequencing and population studies using Snipper and Structure analysis (C. Phillips) (Update 10.08.2018: Places still available!)
  • E - La Banca Dati Nazionale DNA italiana e l’accreditamento dei laboratori a norma ISO/IEC 17025 (R Biondo) (Update 10.08.2018: Places still available!)
All details for registration can be found at

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