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3 AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES 410 North 21st Street Colorado Springs, Colorado Phone: (719) Fax: (719) Website: AAFS Publication 14-1 Copyright 2014 American Academy of Forensic Sciences Printed in the United States of America Publication Printers, Inc., Denver, CO Typography by Sonya Bynoe Cover Art by Matt Lupton,

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5 TABLE OF CONTENTS Helpful Registration Tips Pre-Registration Form The AAFS General Information Registration Information Officers & Officials Awards & Receptions Section Business Meetings Seattle, WA Accommodations Continuing Education Financial Contributors Calendar of Events Student Academy Interdisciplinary Symposium YFSF Special Session FEPAC Session Keynote Session Pre-Plenary Session Plenary Session Breakfast Seminars Luncheon Seminars Workshops A.S.F.O N.A.M.E Scientific Sessions Criminalistics Digital & Multimedia Sciences Engineering Sciences General Jurisprudence Odontology Pathology/Biology Physical Anthropology Psychiatry & Behavioral Science Questioned Documents Toxicology Last Word Society Bring Your Own Slides Form Financial Disclosure Key Word Index Presenting Author Index

6 HELPFUL REGISTRATION TIPS Meeting Registration Information The pre-registration deadline is January 22, Forms must be received by this date to qualify for the preregistration rate and to register for Special Functions. Registration forms received after January 22, 2014, will be processed as on-site registrations. New This Year The 2014 Proceedings will be available electronically to all meeting attendees. You may opt-out of a paper copy when you register for the meeting. Three Ways to Register Register on-line at Scan & your registration form (both pages) to Mail your registration form, along with a check, money order or purchase order to: AAFS 410 North 21st Street Colorado Springs, CO (Checks must be drawn on a U.S. bank in U.S. funds, made payable to AAFS.) Faxed registrations forms are not accepted. Registration Confirmation When you register online, you will receive an confirmation immediately. When you or mail your registration form to AAFS, a confirmation will be sent once your registration form is processed. If you do not receive your confirmation within five business days of sending your form(s), please contact AAFS at (719) Bring a copy of your confirmation letter to the registration desk for meeting check-in. Online Registration Information Online registrants are required to have an AAFS Web Account to register for the meeting. If you are currently a member or applicant of the AAFS, you will need to login to your AAFS Web Account to start your registration. If you are not a member of the AAFS, but you are or have been an Author or Co-Author on a presentation (oral or poster) at an AAFS Annual Meeting, you will have an AAFS Web Account. Use the Forgot User Name or Password button found on the AAFS Web Login page to retrieve a forgotten password. If this is your first contact with the AAFS, you will need to create a new AAFS Web Account. Click the Create an Account button on the Login Page. Questions If you have any questions or need assistance with registration, contact the AAFS Office at (719) or Tracie McCray 2

7 -Registration n Form th 66 Annual Scientific Seattle, WA re-registration Deadline January 22 4 Register Online at org. First/Given Name: Mailing Address: City: Cell Phone: Badge Name (one degree ee only): First AAFS Meeting: Yes Last/Family Name: Salutatio n (Dr/Mr/ r/ms) : Gender (ci rcle one): Male / Femal e State/Providence: Zip/Postal Code : Country: Badge Agency/School: No Hotel: Proceedings will I choose no t to receive a paper copy with my meeting materials. Registration forms must be received by Wednesday, January 22, to be eligible to register for the 2014 Special Functions and to qualify for the discounted registration rate. On January 23, 2014, the on-site rates become effective and registration for the 2014 Special Functions will be voided. Faxed registration forms are not accepted. Registration questions may be directed to Tracie McCray or ). REGISTRATION INFORMATION One non-forensic scientist guest registration is permitted w ith each full-paying registration. Guest registration includes a name badge only and is not eligible for Continuing Educat tion credit or Workshop Registration; however, Breakfast and Luncheon Seminar tickets may be purchased by the pre- registration deadline. Attending Guest: Yes No Guest Name: Vocational Status: Professional Student Academic Would you like to receeive pre-meeting exhibitor mailings?: Yes ADA Accommodations Decision Maker No Purchasing Agent Please list any special dietary needs: Please list ADA accommodation requests: Please note: This ADAA Accommodations request ref fers to meeting/session accommodations (e.g., wheelchair access, assisted listening devices, etc.). ADA accommodations related to hotel room reservationsrv shoul d be directed d to the hotel whe hen making reservations. rv ADA A Ac commodatodations are required by the Pre- Registration deadline (January 22, 201 4). Requestss received after this date may not be processed or ful ulfilled in time. CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT $75 Administrative Fee Registrants must pick up a CE Credit Request Form at the registration counter and submit by the deadline for credit/certificate. AAFS is an accredited provider by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), and American Association of Clinical Chemistry (AACC). In addition, credits for continuing legal education and general continuing education are offered. REGISTRATION FEES Includes admittance into AAFS sessions starting with the Tuesday evening Welcoming Reception through the Saturday mor ning Scientificic Sessions (excludes all Special Functions). re-registration On-Site Registration Category (through January 22) (effective January 23) AAFS Members, Trai nee Affiliates, Applicants* $275 $400 AAFS Student Affilia iliates AAFS Retired Fellows $0 $0 Non-Members $425 $495 Non-Member Trainees* $275 $400 Full-Time Students* IA I Members* A FTE Members* $275 $400 Daily: Wed Thurs Fri Sat Workshop Only See Special Functions A complimentary beverage ticket is included with all registrations categories except Student, t, Daily, and Workshop Only. *Must provide/submit additional documentation by the January 22 4, pre-registration deadline (see below) ): Applicants AAFS membership application on file with Academy Office. Full-Time Students Proof of full-time status. Non- Letter from employer verifying trainee status. Proof of current membership. Refund olicy: All requests for refunds must be submitted via mail or Phone and faxed requests are not accepted. Cancelled registration fees will be refunded accordingly: Dec 1-31 at 75%; Jan 1-31 at 60% ; Feb 1-5 at 50%; no refunds after February 5. 3 Other

8 The following sessions are priced separately and are not included in the Registration Fees. Special Functions fill quickly due to limited seating. Registration for all Special Functions officially closes as of the January 22 4, pre-registration deadline. AAFS has a firm policy that nonregistered attendance or auditing is not permitted in these sessions. Breakfast Seminars Fee Quantity Total Wed B1 Anatomy of a Conspiracy Theory Death and Life, Myths and Realities $44 $ Thurs B2 The Boxer, the Priest, the Ex-Cop, and the IRA $44 $ Thurs B3 Electrical Death or Injury From Arc-Flash Lightning Investigation Methods $44 $ Fri B4 No Shelter From the Storm: The Heroes and Villains of Hurricane Katrina $44 $ Fri B5 Thomas Krauss Memorial Bitemark Breakfast The Role of an FBI Forensic Odontologist/Special Agent in Federal Crime Scenes $44 $ Thurs L1 Deadlier Than the Male $55 $ Fri L2 Medical Ethics Simplified A Model for Ethical Conduct for the Forensic Science Practitioner $55 $ (Section s. See Calendar of Events for start times.) Wed L3 Digital & Multimedia Sciences Section Business Luncheon $55 $ Wed L4 General Section Business Luncheon $55 $ Wed L5 Jurisprudence Section Business Luncheon $55 $ Wed L6 Pathology/Biology Section Business Luncheon $55 $ Wed L7 Psychiatry & Behavioral Science Luncheon (section members only) $10 $ Wed L8 Toxicology Section Business Luncheon $55 $ Special Sessions Fee Total Mon S1 Interdisciplinary Symposium Fostering the Next Generation of Forensic Scientists: Mentoring in the 21 st -Century $50 $ Tues S2 Young Forensic Scientists Forum The World of Forensic Science: The Future of Education and Research $100 $ With Meeting Registration Workshop Only Total Mon W1 Designer Drug Detection in Forensic Toxicology: From Basics to Brilliant! $100 $125 $ Mon W2 Advanced Forensic Pathology and Forensic Radiology Techniques $100 $125 $ Mon W3 Development of Emerging DNA Technologies for Identification $200 $250 $ Mon W4 Virtual Evidence of Human Behavior: Technology as Co-Conspirator $200 $250 $ Mon W5 Forensic Microbiology: Where Do We Begin? $200 $250 $ Mon W6 Staged Crime Scenes: Crime Scene Clues to Suspect Misdirection of the Investigation $200 $250 $ Mon W7 Age Estimation of Living Children Via Skeletal and Dental Indicators $250 $300 $ Mon W8 Utilizing Bloodstain Pattern Analysis and Forensic Pathology to Reconstruct Bloodshedding Events $200 $250 $ Mon W9 Multimedia Authentication: Searching for Truth in the Digital World $200 $250 $ Mon W10 Bias in Forensics Examining the Sources and Impacts of Bias $200 $250 $ Mon W11 Applications of Raman Spectroscopy for Trace Evidence Examinations $200 $250 $ Mon W12 Root Cause Analysis When Blaming the Analyst Completely Misses the Point $100 $125 $ Mon W13 Framework for Registration, Classification, and Evaluation of Errors in the Forensic DNA Typing Process $100 $125 $ Mon W14 Postmortem Monocular Indirect Ophthalmoscopy $125 $150 $ Tues W15 Forensic Radiology: Current and Future Use in Medicolegal Death Investigation $100 $125 $ Tues W16 Science, Law, and the Inferential Process: The Epistemology of Scientific Conclusions $200 $250 $ Tues W17 Managing the 21 st -Century Forensic Science Organizations $200 $250 $ Tues W18 Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS): Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Case Reports $250 $300 $ Tues W19 Serial Murder: Deconstructing Stereotypes $200 $250 $ Tues W20 Advances in the Investigation and Prosecution of Sexual Assaults Allegations $200 $250 $ Tues W21 Effective Curricular Design and Improvement for Forensic Science Educational Programs $200 $250 $ Tues W22 Questioned Document Examination and Enhancement of Evidence and Interpretation of Evidence $200 $250 $ Tues W23 Applications of Next Generation Sequencing in Forensic DNA Analysis $100 $125 $ Workshops Tues W24 Applications of 2D and 3D Geometric Morphometrics in Forensic Comparisons $100 $125 $ -Total: $ Registration Name: Check Enclosed Purchase Order (Attach Copy) Continuing Education Fee (From Page 1): Visa/MasterCard/Discover/American Express Registration Fee (From Page 1): Card No.: Special Function Total (From Above): Name on Card: : Expiration Date: Signature: -

9 THE AAFS For sixty-six years, the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) has served a distinguished and diverse membership. Its 6,653 members are divided into eleven sections spanning the forensic enterprise. Included among the Academy s members are physicians, attorneys, dentists, toxicologists, physical anthropologists, document examiners, digital evidence experts, psychiatrists, engineers, physicists, chemists, criminalists, educators, and others. Representing all 50 United States, Canada, and 68 other countries worldwide, they actively practice forensic science and, in many cases, teach and conduct research in the field as well. Each section provides opportunities for professional development, personal contacts, awards, and recognition. Many sections publish periodic newsletters and mailings which keep their members abreast of activities and developments in their fields. As a professional society dedicated to the application of science to the law, the AAFS is committed to the promotion of education and the elevation of accuracy, precision, and specificity in the forensic sciences. It does so via the Journal of Forensic Sciences (its internationally recognized scientific journal), newsletters, its annual scientific meeting, the conduct of seminars and meetings, and the initiation of actions and reactions to various issues of concern. For its members and affiliates, AAFS provides placement services as well as scientific reference studies. As the world s most prestigious forensic science organization, the AAFS represents its membership to the public and serves as the focal point for public information concerning the forensic science profession. Founded in 1948, the AAFS is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO. The AAFS Annual Meeting Each February, the AAFS scientific meeting gathers together approximately 4,000 world-renowned professionals to present the most current information, research, and updates in their fields. More than 900 scientific papers, seminars, workshops, and other special sessions are presented. In addition, approximately 166 exhibitors will be present to showcase the cutting-edge technology and services of this ever-changing profession. The AAFS 66th Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Seattle, WA, February 17-22, AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES 2014 AAFS Annual Meeting Seattle, WA February Future AAFS Annual Meeting Locations 2017 AAFS Annual Meeting New Orleans, LA February 13-18, AAFS Annual Meeting Orlando, FL February AAFS Annual Meeting Las Vegas, NV February AAFS Annual Meeting Seattle, WA February AAFS Annual Meeting Baltimore, MD February North 21st Street Colorado Springs, CO Phone: (719) Fax: (719) Website: Anne Warren, Executive Director 5

10 GENERAL INFORMATION Registration Desk Hours Washington State Convention Center Sunday February 16 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday February 17 6:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday February 18 6:45 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Wednesday February 19 6:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Thursday February 20 6:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday February 21 6:45 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Saturday February 22 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Exhibit Hall Hours Washington State Convention Center Wednesday February 19 11:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Thursday February 20 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. AAFS Reception (Exhibits Open) 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday February 21 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Attention Meeting Presenters The Journal of Forensic Sciences encourages authors to submit previously unpublished reports and papers presented at the annual meeting. Consult Editorial Communications which appears in each edition of the Journal for full instructions on manuscript preparation. Authors are encouraged to submit their manuscripts electronically via Manuscript Central: Alternately, manuscripts may be sent to: Michael A. Peat, PhD Editor, Journal of Forensic Sciences 6700 Woodlands Parkway, Suite The Woodlands, TX Fax: (281) Video and/or audio recording of any session(s) or parts thereof is not permitted without prior approval from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. English is the official language of the AAFS and its meetings; neither oral nor written translations will be provided. Although precautions are taken to prevent schedule changes, speakers and program schedules may change due to unforeseen circumstances. As a courtesy to others, meeting attendees are asked to turn off their cell phones when attending the sessions. If a phone conversation must be held, please step outside of the meeting room. 6

11 REGISTRATION INFORMATION PRE-REGISTRATION SAVINGS The benefits of pre-registration cannot be emphasized enough! 45% savings for AAFS members! This is the only chance to register for Special Functions (breakfasts, luncheons, workshops, and special sessions)! Your pre-registration form must be received by Wednesday, January 22, Pre-Registration On-Site REGISTRATION FEES * Discount Rate Registration 1. AAFS Members & Trainee Affiliates, Applicants** $275 $ AAFS Student Affiliates $100 $ AAFS Retired Fellows $ 0 $ 0 4. Non-Members $425 $ Non-Member Trainees** $275 $400 (Must provide letter from employer verifying trainee status.) 6. Full-Time Students** $100 $ IAI Members** and AFTE Members** $275 $ Daily Registrants $135/day $150/day (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and/or Saturday admission to scientific sessions only) *Includes admittance into AAFS sessions starting with the Tuesday evening Welcoming Reception through the Saturday morning Scientific Sessions (excludes all sessions found in section SPECIAL FUNCTIONS of the registration form). **Registration Requirement: AAFS Applicants must have an application on file by the January 22, 2014, pre-registration deadline. Non-Member Trainees must submit a letter from employer verifying trainee status to Full-Time Students must provide a copy of spring 2014 class schedule verifying full-time status to Not available to those in post graduate internships, residencies, or fellowships. IAI and AFTE Members must provide proof of current membership to PRE-REGISTRATION DEADLINE The deadline for pre-registration is January 22, Registration forms must be received by this date. Pre-registration forms received at the AAFS office after January 22, 2014, will be processed as on-site registrations and will cancel all Special Function selections (e.g., Breakfast and Luncheon Seminars, Workshops, and Special Sessions). Don t delay; register online today, or mail/scan and your pre-registration form as soon as possible to ensure your full participation and reduced registration fees. Registration forms faxed to the AAFS offices are not accepted. REFUNDS All requests for refunds must be made in writing via or mail to the AAFS headquarters. Cancelled registration fees will be refunded as follows: Prior to December 1 December 1-31 January 1-31 February 1-5 No refunds after February 5, Full refund less $25 charge 75% refund 60% refund 50% refund MEETING SITE The 2014 AAFS Annual Scientific Meeting will be held at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, WA. GUEST REGISTRATION One non-forensic scientist guest registration is permitted with each full-paying registration. Guest registration includes a name badge only (no meeting bag) and is not eligible for Continuing Education credit or Workshop registration; however, Breakfast Seminar and Luncheon Seminar tickets may be purchased by the pre-registration deadline. 7

12 OFFICERS & OFFICIALS Officers Directors President: Barry K. Logan, PhD President-Elect: Daniel A. Martell, PhD Past President: Robert E. Barsley, DDS, JD Vice President: Stephen B. Billick, MD Vice President: Betty Layne DesPortes, JD Secretary: John E. Gerns, MFS Treasurer: Victor W. Weedn, MD, JD Criminalistics: Lucy A. Davis, BHS Digital & Multimedia Sciences: David W. Baker, MFS Engineering Sciences: Laura L. Liptai, PhD General: Julie A. Howe, MBA Jurisprudence: Roderick T. Kennedy, JD Odontology: John P. Kenney, DDS, MS Pathology/Biology: Gregory G. Davis, MD Physical Anthropology: Laura C. Fulginiti, PhD Psychiatry & Behavioral Science: John L. Young, MD Questioned Documents: Jane A. Lewis, MFS Toxicology: Jeri D. Ropero-Miller, PhD 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting Program Committee Program Chair: Program Co-Chair: Plenary Session: Keynote Session: Poster Sessions: Workshops: Breakfast Seminars: Luncheon Sessions: Last Word Society: Bring Your Own Slides: Student Academy: Interdisciplinary Symposium: Local Arrangements: Criminalistics: Digital & Multimedia Sciences: Engineering Sciences: General: Jurisprudence: Odontology: Pathology/Biology: Physical Anthropology: Psychiatry & Behavioral Science: Questioned Documents: Toxicology: Jeri D. Ropero Miller, PhD Ken Williams, MS, JD Laura L. Liptai, PhD; Susan M. Ballou, MS Timothy M. Palmbach, JD; Christine Funk, JD Dean De Crisce, PhD; Claire E. Shepard, MS Lucy A. Davis, BHS; Loralie J. Langman, PhD; Mark Pollitt, PhD Philip J. Levine, DDS; Amy C. Gruszecki, DO Adam J. Freeman, DDS; Elias J. Kontanis, PhD James E. Starrs, LLM; Kenneth E. Melson, JD; Taryn M. Mead, BS Michael M. Baden, MD; Randy L. Hanzlick, MD; Lindsey E. Saunders, BS Julie A. Howe, MBA; Marilyn T. Miller, EdD; Lauren R. Pharr, MA Matthew R. Wood, MS; Anjali A. Ranadive, JD; Lara Frame-Newell, MA James Tarver, MS John J. Lentini, BA; Karolyn L. Tontarski, MS Marla E. Carroll, BS; Peter R. Stephenson, PhD Michelle R. Hoffman, MS David J. Zeliff, MFS; Steven C. Clark, PhD Pamela A.W. King, JD; Donald E. Shelton, JD, PhD Raymond G. Miller, DDS Kathryn H. Haden-Pinneri, MD Erin H. Kimmerle, PhD; Gregory E. Berg, PhD Eugene Lee, MD; Lauren Reba-Harrelson, PhD James Tarver, MS; Andrew T. Szymanski, BS Sarah Kerrigan, PhD; Rebecca A. Jufer, PhD 8

13 OFFICERS & OFFICIALS Past Presidents *R.B.H. Gradwohl, MD *S.A. Levinson, MD, PhD *R.N. Harger, PhD *Louis P. Regan, MD, LLB *A.W. Freireich, MD *Fred E. Inbau, BS, LLB, LLM *Alan R. Moritz, MD *Val B. Satterfield, MD *John F. Williams, BS *Ordway Hilton, MA *Russel S. Fisher, MD *S.R. Gerber, MD, LLB *Milton Helpern, MD *Oliver C. Schroeder, Jr., JD *Dwight M. Palmer, MD *Robert B. Forney, PhD *Jack L. Sachs, JD *Charles S. Petty, MD *Maier I. Tuchler, MD James W. Osterburg, MPA *Edwin C. Conrad, JD, PhD Cyril H. Wecht, MD, JD Douglas M. Lucas, MSc, DSc *Morton F. Mason, PhD David A. Crown, DCrim *Robert J. Joling, JD *James T. Weston, MD *B. Edward Whittaker, BS Kurt M. Dubowski, PhD *June K. Jones, MS Lowell J. Levine, DDS *Joseph H. Davis, MD *Anthony Longhetti, BA *George E. Gantner, MD Maureen Casey Owens, AB *Arthur D. Goldman, DMD *Don Harper Mills, JD, MD Yale H. Caplan, PhD Richard S. Frank, BS *Richard C. Froede, MD *Ellis R. Kerley, PhD *Homer R. Campbell, Jr., DDS Marina Stajić, PhD *Enrico N. Togneri, BA Steven C. Batterman, PhD Haskell M. Pitluck, JD Richard Rosner, MD Michael A. Peat, PhD Barry A.J. Fisher, MS, MBA Patricia J. McFeeley, MD John D. McDowell, DDS, MS Mary Fran Ernst, BLS Graham R. Jones, PhD Kenneth E. Melson, JD Ronald L. Singer, MS Edmund R. Donoghue, MD James G. Young, MD Bruce A. Goldberger, PhD Carol E. Henderson, JD Thomas L. Bohan, PhD, JD Joseph P. Bono, MA Douglas H. Ubelaker, PhD Robert E. Barsley, DDS, JD * Deceased 9

14 OFFICERS & OFFICIALS Section Officers Criminalistics Chair: Jennifer S. Mihalovich, MPH Secretary: Lawrence Quarino, PhD Digital & Multimedia Sciences Chair: Douglas S. Lacey, BS Secretary: Rhesa G. Gilliland, MS Engineering Sciences Chair: James Millette, PhD Secretary: Carol A. Erikson, MSPH General Chair: Alan F. Boehm, MFS Secretary: Claire E. Shepard, MS Jurisprudence Chair: Andrew Sulner, JD Secretary: Christine Funk, JD Odontology Chair: Paula C. Brumit, DDS Secretary: Iain A. Pretty, DDS, PhD Pathology/Biology Chair: Amy C. Gruszecki, DO Secretary: J.C. Upshaw Downs, MD Physical Anthropology Chair: Ann H. Ross, PhD Secretary: Phoebe R. Stubblefield, PhD Psychiatry & Behavioral Science Chair: Manuel Lopez-Leon, MD Secretary: Christopher R. Thompson, MD Questioned Documents Chair: Thomas W. Vastrick, BS Secretary: Pamela Zilly, BS Toxicology Chair: Loralie J. Langman, PhD Secretary: Dwain C. Fuller, BS *Milton Helpern, MD *Rolla N. Harger, PhD *James T. Weston, MD *Oliver C. Schroeder, Jr., JD Abel M. Dominguez, PhD Douglas M. Lucas, MSc, DSc Kenneth S. Field, MBA R.B.H. Gradwohl Laureates *Sidney Kaye, PhD *Richard C. Froede, MD *Joseph H. Davis, MD Barry A.J. Fisher, MS, MBA Kurt M. Dubowski, PhD James E. Starrs, LLM Douglas M. Lucas Medalists Sir Alec J. Jeffreys, DPhil *Alan S. Curry, PhD Joseph Almog, PhD Clyde C. Snow, PhD Pierre A. J.-L. Margot, PhD Distinguished Fellows Abel M. Dominguez, PhD Kenneth S. Field, MBA *Ordway Hilton, MA Douglas M. Lucas, MSc, DSc Irwin N. Perr, MD, JD Kurt M. Dubowski, PhD *June K. Jones, MS *Oliver C. Schroeder, Jr., JD Clyde C. Snow, PhD *Robert H. Cravey, BS *Richard C. Froede, MD Emanuel Tanay, MD *Joseph H. Davis, MD *Anthony Longhetti, BA *Don Harper Mills, JD, MD William M. Bass III, PhD Henry C. Lee, PhD David J. Purtell, PhD Charles J. Stahl III, MD *Irving Sunshine, PhD Yale H. Caplan, PhD James E. Starrs, LLM *Homer R. Campbell, Jr., DDS John J. Harris, BS Norman D. Sperber, DDS *James V.P. Conway Robert E. Gaensslen, PhD Steven C. Batterman, PhD B.G. Brogdon, MD Barry A.J. Fisher, MS, MBA Robert B. J. Dorion, DDS Richard S. Frank, BS Carla M. Noziglia, MS James L. Frost, MD Gerald L. Vale, DDS, JD Michael Finnegan, PhD Andre A. Moenssens, JD, LLM Michael A. Peat, PhD Thomas T. Noguchi, MD Kenneth E. Melson, JD Joseph L. Peterson, DCrim Randy L. Hanzlick, MD Jay A. Siegel, PhD Ronald L. Singer, MS Robert Thibault, MFS Mary Fran Ernst, BLS Patricia J. McFeeley, MD Richard Rosner, MD James W. Osterburg, MPA Haskell M. Pitluck, JD John D. McDowell, DDS, MS Marina Stajić, PhD Edmund R. Donoghue, MD Graham R. Jones, PhD * Deceased

15 AWARDS & RECEPTIONS The Distinguished Fellow Awards will be presented on Wednesday, February 19, during the AAFS Annual Business Meeting. Join us in acknowledging your most distinguished colleagues as they are presented with these prestigious awards. Distinguished Fellow Honorees Edmund R. Donoghue, MD Graham R. Jones, PhD Section Awards will be presented during Section Business Meetings, also on Wednesday, February 19 (see Section Business Meeting start times on page 13). The Section Award recipients will be acknowledged again before the entire membership during the AAFS Annual Business Meeting along with the presentation of the Distinguished Fellow Awards Section Award Honorees Criminalistics Section s Paul L. Kirk Award Mary E. Cowan Outstanding Service Award Meritorious Service Award Digital & Multimedia Sciences Section s Outstanding Research Award Outstanding Case Study Award Eric Buel, PhD Mark D. Stolorow, MS, MBA Michael M. Healy, MBA Golden G. Richard III, PhD Irfan Ahmed, PhD Marcus Rogers, PhD Cory Nguyen, MSc General Section s Achievement Award Randall Lockwood, PhD John R. Hunt Award Robert C. Gaffney, MFS * Paul W. Kehres Meritorious Service Award James A. Bailey, PhD Robert Bob Thibault Award John E. Gerns, MFS Jurisprudence Section s Harold A. Feder Award Odontology Section s Lester Luntz Award Reidar F. Sognnaes Award of Excellence in Forensic Odontology Betty Layne DesPortes, JD James McGivney, DMD Robert E. Barsley, DDS, JD Pathology/Biology Section s 2013 Best Resident Paper Award Honorable Mention Erin M. Carney, MD Milton Helpern Award Mary E.S. Case, MD Forensic Biology Lifetime Achievement Award Ke Chung Kim, PhD Physical Anthropology Section s T. Dale Stewart Award Thomas D. Holland, PhD J. Lawrence Angel Award Elizabeth M. DeVisser, BSc Psychiatry & Behavioral Science Section s Maier I. Tuchler Award Manuel Lopez-Leon, MD * Posthumous 11

16 AWARDS & RECEPTIONS Questioned Documents Section s Ordway Hilton Award Toxicology Section s Alexander O. Gettler Award Rolla N. Harger Award Ray Abernethy Award Irving Sunshine Award June K. Jones Scholarship Award Karen S. Runyon, BA Robert J. Osiewicz, PhD Michael L. Smith, PhD Michael Wagner, MS David M. Schwope, PhD Sarah K. Himes, BS 2014 AAFS Regional Award Winners California Association of Criminalists California Association of Toxicologists Northwest Association of Forensic Scientists Meiling Robinson, MS Danielle C. Mata, MS Steven F. Stone, MS FSF Emerging Forensic Scientist Award Honoree The FSF Emerging Forensic Scientist Award will be presented on Wednesday, February 19, 2014, during the AAFS Annual Business Meeting. You ll want to be present to congratulate recipient: James Hopkins, BA FSF Jan S. Bashinski Criminalistics Graduate Thesis Assistance Grant The FSF Jan S. Bashinski Criminalistics Graduate Thesis Assistance Grant will be presented on Wednesday, February 19, 2014, during the Criminalistics Section Business Meeting. You ll want to be present to congratulate the recipient: Ashley M. Mottar, BS RECEPTION INFORMATION Don t forget to attend the two AAFS receptions while in Seattle, WA. Welcoming Reception Tuesday, February 18, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. This opening event is your opportunity to meet old friends and to make new acquaintances. Snacks and cash bars will be available. AAFS 66 th Annual Wine & Cheese Reception Thursday, February 20, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. The AAFS Wine & Cheese Reception will be held to celebrate what promises to be an excellent 2014 program and to toast your return to the Academy s 67 th Annual Scientific Meeting in 2015 (Orlando, FL)! 12

17 The Sections SECTION BUSINESS MEETINGS The Sections of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences will hold their annual business meetings on Wednesday, February 19. Some of the sections will hold a luncheon prior to the start of the business meeting. This is your opportunity to participate! Please attend and contribute to your section s future plans. Specific times are noted below: Section Luncheon Business Meeting Combined Criminalistics 1 Digital & Multimedia Sciences 2 12:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Engineering Sciences 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. General 2 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. 1:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Jurisprudence 2 12:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Odontology 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Pathology/Biology 2 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. 1:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Physical Anthropology 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Psychiatry & Behavioral Science 3 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Questioned Documents 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. Toxicology 2 12:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. 12:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. 1 This section will have a combined luncheon and business meeting. The luncheon is open to voting members of the Criminalistics Section. 2These luncheons require pre-registration. 3This luncheon requires pre-registration and is open only to members of the Psychiatry & Behavioral Science Section. The registration deadline to attend section luncheons is January 22, Please see Special Functions - Section Luncheons on the 2014 Registration Form found on page 4. The Annual Business Meeting of Fellows and Members Attend to Win a Complimentary Meeting Registration! The Annual Business Meeting of the Fellows and Members of AAFS will be held Wednesday, February 19, at 4:15 p.m., at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, WA. It is essential that all Fellows and Members attend this very important meeting in order to reach a quorum for the voting process. Agenda items include the election of Officers, consideration of bylaws amendments, presentation of the Distinguished Fellow Awards, and recognition of all Members being promoted to Fellow status. You also will be briefed on AAFS activities during the past year and plans for the future. As an incentive to attend, all Fellows and Members present will automatically be entered in a drawing for a complimentary meeting registration to attend the 2015 AAFS Annual Scientific Meeting in Orlando, FL. 13

18 SEATTLE, WA WELCOME TO SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Seattle lies on a narrow strip of land between the salt waters of Puget Sound and the fresh waters of Lake Washington. Beyond the waters lie two rugged mountain ranges, the Olympics to the west and the Cascades to the east. It is a city built on hills and around water, in a mild marine climate that encourages prolific vegetation and abundant natural resources. Seattle has always exhibited a spirit of optimism, enterprise, and self-promotion. At one time this was institutionalized as the Seattle Spirit, a movement that enabled the city literally to move mountains by washing down high hills to improve building sites, to connect Lake Washington and Puget Sound with locks and a canal, and to build the world's largest man-made island at the mouth of the Duwamish River. More recently, this spirit can be credited with accomplishments like the Forward Thrust program of the 1970s which built the Kingdome arena and numerous parks throughout the city, including Freeway Park that spans the I-5 freeway with waterfalls and hanging gardens. Seattle is proud of its arts and cultural institutions, the many live theaters, and the downtown art museum. It is proud of its parks, of its professional and collegiate sports, of Pioneer Square and the Pike Place Market, and, above all, of the beauty of its surroundings. Seattle offers a picturesque urban center surrounded by snow-capped mountains and sparkling waterways. Situated on the edge of Puget Sound, the city is the natural jumping off point for a Northwest getaway. The region offers numerous attractions, a rich musical heritage, coffee culture and world class cuisine, and Washington state has more than 800 award-winning wineries, stunning natural scenery and abundant wildlife. CLIMATE IN FEBRUARY Seattle and the Pacific Northwest generally have a wet climate. Normal average yearly precipitation for this area of the world is around 37 inches. On average, it rains in Seattle at least 50% of the time, with the heaviest rain periods between January and May and between October and December. Seattle may see a handful of snow days per year: the last major snow event was in The best way to prepare for visiting Seattle is to layer -- the climate, with the hilly terrain's infamous convergence zones, is unpredictable enough that you never know when a rain storm, a dry spell, or a sudden drop in temperature might occur. You will also notice many Seattleites who don't even use umbrellas -- after awhile, you just get used to the drizzle. Rain jokes aside, Seattle has a milder climate than many other parts of the world, with less extreme variations in temperature, and a higher number of cloudy days with misty and damp weather. TRANSPORTATION Arriving By Air The Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) International Airport (airport code SEA) is served by about 24 airlines and is located 13 miles south of Seattle via I-5. Arriving By Train Three Amtrak trains arrive and depart at historic King Street Station (303 South Jackson Street) and provide service to the following areas: Amtrak Cascades - From Vancouver, British Columbia to Seattle, Portland, and Eugene, OR, passing Mount St. Helens and across the Columbia River Gorge. Coast Starlight - En route daily between Los Angeles and Seattle, the Coast Starlight train passes through the San Francisco Bay Area, Santa Barbara, Sacramento and Portland. Widely regarded as one of the most spectacular of all train routes, the Coast Starlight links the greatest cities on the West Coast. Empire Builder - Traveling daily between Chicago and the Pacific Northwest along major portions of the Lewis and Clark 14

19 SEATTLE, WA trail, the mighty Empire Builder takes you on an exciting adventure through majestic wilderness, following the footsteps of early pioneers. From Chicago, you'll have magnificent views of the Mississippi and see the glowing night skyline of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Awake the next morning as you cross the North Dakota plains and travel over the spectacular Gassman Coulee Trestle. Skirting the Missouri, you'll cross into the Big Sky country in Montana. Visit Glacier National Park during the Centennial celebration, and enjoy educational programs, art events and special activities commemorating the 100th anniversary of the park. From Spokane, you can continue on to Seattle or head down the Columbia River Gorge toward Portland for spectacular views of Mt. Hood and Beacon Rock. The King Street Station is located between the International District and Pioneer Square, just north of Qwest Field. Tickets may be purchased online or at the station. By Car All rental car companies currently operating at Sea-Tac Airport have moved their customer service counters, rental vehicles and related activities to the new rental car facility. Dedicated shuttle buses operate 24-hours-a-day with two passenger pick-up areas located outside baggage claim at the north and south ends of the main terminal. Upon arrival at Sea-Tac Airport Proceed to the baggage claim level and pick up your checked bags. Exit the sliding glass doors near carousel #1 or #15 and walk to one of the two designated shuttle bus pick-up areas. Shuttle buses depart frequently for the rental car facility. If you are returning a vehicle, take SR518 and follow signs for the Rental Car Facility. Sea-Tac Airport is 13 miles (21 km) south of Seattle, 18 miles (29 km) northeast of Tacoma on Interstate 5. Journey time is around minutes to and from Seattle, minutes from Tacoma. SEA-TAC GROUND TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS Ground transportation information is available at a staffed booth in baggage claim near carousel 12 and on the third floor of the airport garage. International travelers in need of information and services should proceed to the inspection booths at Customs and Immigration, located in the south satellite, or the Information Booth outside the exit from the B gates. There you will find special phones to link with interpreters for more than 150 languages. By Shuttle Downtown Airporter picks up and drops off passengers at the inner drive curb on the third floor of the Airport Garage. It departs twice an hour from 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., with service to and from major downtown Seattle hotels: Madison Renaissance, Crowne Plaza, Fairmont Olympic, Hilton Hotel, Seattle Sheraton, Grand Hyatt, Westin Hotel and Warwick Hotel. Call (855) to schedule your shuttle pick-up or book online at By Bus Fast, convenient, and inexpensive, buses arrive at and leave from the far south end of Sea-Tac Airport baggage claim area outside of door number two (2) and from International Boulevard & S 176 Street. Departure times are shown on information signs at the bus stop. You also can pick up printed bus timetables on the baggage claim level near door number 16 (across from baggage carousel 12) or you can use Metro's online Trip Planner to help you plan your trip to and from the airport: By Taxi Taxi and limousine services are readily available at Sea-Tac Airport (on the third floor of the parking garage). Follow the signs. Courtesy phones are available curbside or call (206) Journey time to or from Seattle is minutes or minutes to Tacoma. The fare is around $50-$60 to Seattle, $60-$70 to Tacoma. By Light Rail Sound Transit s Link light rail service connects downtown Seattle and Sea-Tac Airport. The service runs from 5:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m., Monday to Saturday; and, 6:00 a.m. to midnight on Sundays with trains every 8 to 15 minutes. The journey between downtown Seattle and the airport takes approximately 30 to 35 minutes. The fare to and from downtown Seattle is $2.50 one way. The Link light rail station at Sea-Tac is connected by covered walkway from the fourth floor of the airport's main parking garage. Sources: Airwise - AMTRAK - Downtown Airporter - Port of Seattle - Seattle.gov - VisitSeattle - 15

20 ACCOMMODATIONS AAFS 66 th Annual Scientific Meeting February 17-22, 2014 Washington State Convention Center Seattle, WA, U.S.A. The American Academy of Forensic Sciences has selected four hotel properties for your stay during the 66 th Annual Scientific Meeting in Seattle, WA: the Sheraton Seattle, the Hilton Seattle, the Grand Hyatt Seattle, and the Hyatt at Olive 8. All of the hotels are within walking distance of the Washington State Convention Center and offer great amenities to help you through your stay. Online: For hotel availability during the American Academy of Forensic Sciences 66 th Annual Scientific Meeting, please go to the AAFS Annual Meeting Accommodations webpage to make your hotel reservation under the AAFS room block at any of the meeting hotel properties. By using the links on the Accommodations page, you will receive the discounted group rate for your stay during the annual meeting. By using this links on the AAFS Accommodations page, you will be taken to the hotel s AAFS specific meetings page where you may secure your reservation at the group-contracted rate (see specific hotel rate and reservation deadline information below). While early reservations are recommended to take advantage of discounted rates, please be sure to cancel your reservations by January 10, 2014, if you are unable to attend or you cannot use the reservations. This will make the rooms available for other attendees and will help AAFS avoid the financial penalties associated with cancellations made after the room block closes. Sheraton Seattle Hilton Seattle Grand Hyatt Seattle Hyatt at Olive 8 Single/Double Occupancy: $175 Single/Double Occupancy: $171/$191 Single/Double Occupancy: $189 Single/Double Occupancy: $189 Reservation Deadline: January 17, 2014 Reservation Deadline: January 28, 2014 Reservation Deadline: January 19, 2014 Reservation Deadline: January 19, 2014 By Telephone: To make your reservation by telephone, please call 1 (888) with the following information: guest name, arrival date and time, departure date, and bed type preference (e.g., king or two double beds). All rooms are nonsmoking. Room Rate Availability: February 12-23, 2014 Check In/Check Out: 3:00 p.m./12:00 p.m. By Telephone: To make your reservation by telephone, please call 1 (206) Room Rate Availability: February 17-21, 2014 Check In/Check Out: 3:00 p.m./12:00 p.m. By Telephone: To make your reservation by telephone, please call 1 (402) Room Rate Availability: February 12-22, 2014 Check In/Check Out: 4:00 p.m./12:00 p.m. By Telephone: To make your reservation by telephone, please call 1 (402) Room Rate Availability: February 13-22, 2014 Check In/Check Out: 4:00 p.m./12:00 p.m. 16

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