2018 ASCLD Symposium
20 May, 201824 May, 2018
- Location: Atlanta, GA, U.S.
The 45th annual ASCLD Symposium will feature new initiatives to advance forensic science.
Massively Parallel Sequencing is being implemented now. Battelle is working with forensic labs across the country to integrate MPS technologies, optimize workflows and develop new quality control and validation methods. As more labs implement MPS and the technology matures, the industry can expect to see implementation timelines condense and validation methods standardize. We are only just beginning to see how MPS will change the forensic landscape.
Stop by Booth #323 at ASCLD to meet with one of our experts and learn how MPS can make a difference in your lab.
Seth Faith, Ph.D., Forensics Research Leader
Seth is advancing Battelle’s genomics technology research and development portfolio for the forensic and security communities. Seth leads research programs aimed at developing and validating sequencing and bioinformatic methods for use in forensic investigations and CBRNE defense. He has previously led numerous programs for the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security, Defense and Justice with a focus on forensics, biosecurity and bioterrorism risk assessment.
Rich Guerrieri, M.S., Forensics Research Leader
Rich is an internationally known scientist in the field of human identification, and court recognized expert witness with more than 250 testimonies who has established the nation’s largest capacity and highest throughput DNA database testing laboratory. Rich has more than 30 years of forensic laboratory experience, including nearly 20 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory.