Conference program

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Conference program 2018-05-16T08:00:31+00:00

Oral Presentations Titles

From DNA-Fingerprinting to Forensic Genomics
prof. Walther Parson, Institute of Legal Medicine, Innsbruck Medical University, Austria

Probabilistic genotyping workshop on the use of the open source software EuroForMix
dr Øyvind Bleka, Department of Forensic Sciences, Oslo University Hospital

Epigenetic age prediction in forensics needs MPS solutions
prof. dr hab. Wojciech Branicki Malopolska Centre of Biotechnology Jagiellonian University, Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police

Fallen, not forgotten – the identification of Polish soldiers killed on the fronts of the World War II – an attempt on the deployment of NGS technology
dr Andrzej Ossowski, Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

Potential of NGS technology and advanced statistical approaches in human pigmentation traits prediction
Magdalena Kukla-Bartoszek, Malopolska Centre of Biotechnology Jagiellonian University, Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police

Outlook on FDP tools: genetics and prediction capabilities of premature hair greying
dr Ewelina Pośpiech, Malopolska Centre of Biotechnology Jagiellonian University, Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police

Use of NGS technology in analysis of bone material – own experience
dr Andrzej Ossowski, Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

Epigenetic Prediction of Age in Different Study Groups
mł. insp. dr n. med. Magdalena Spólnicka, Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police

Big data analytics as a helpful tool in the next-generation forensic
dr Michał Piętal, Laboratory of Functional and Structural Genomics, Centre of New Technologies, University of Warsaw

Internal validation of software LRmix Studio – proper function and limitations of the method
 nadkom. Anna Brągoszewska, Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police

Genetics and dactyloscopy – rivals or allies
podinsp. dr Ewa Kartasińska, Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police

The challenges of low template DNA analysis
Agnieszka Parys-Proszek (presenter), dr Magdalena Marcińska, Institute of Forensic Research

Forensic practice in kinship analysis
dr Magdalena Marcińska (presenter), Maria Wróbel, Institute of Forensic Research

Accreditation inflexible scope – practical approach in a forensic laboratory
dr Aleksandra Benedyka, Forensic Laboratory of Provincial Police Command in Gdańsk

The old archives of police identification cases in a modern forensic genetic laboratory – what else can we read using the latest technologies?
kom. dr Magdalena Jabłóńska, Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police

Analysis of STR markers sequence polymorphism in Polish population revealed by MiSeq FGx Forensic Genomic System
Michał Boroń, Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police

An automated process for the DNA profiling of forensic reference and trace samples
Alexander Kneppers, Netherlands Forensic Institute

Donor age and C1orf132/MIR29B2C determine age-related methylation signature of blood after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
Agnieszka Pięta, Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police

Investigation of methylation changes in 5 age-related markers based on the significant premature greying study group.
Anna Woźniak, Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police

Epigenetic age of semen and the relevance of its prediction in forensics
Aleksandra Pisarek, Malopolska Centre of Biotechnology Jagiellonian University

Forensic Genomics and Silk Road Bio-Diversity (SRBD)
Dr.  Zhe Zhang, College of Medicine and Forensics, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China; DNA Service Center, Hong Kong

The roads and the wilderness of the forensic DNA analysis – from laboratory practice
dr inż. Natalia Rogalska-Niżnik, Forensic Laboratory of Provincial Police Command in Poznań

Developmental validation of the human DNA typing system
Dr. Dongke Fu, Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Forensics, Forensic Genomics International, China

Human Genome-typing system
Dr. Yinan Wang, College of Medicine and Forensics, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Forensics, Forensic Genomics International, China

The gut microbiome-host interactions in drug addiction
Dr Jianbo Zhang, College of Medicine and Forensics, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Forensics, Forensic Genomics International, China

BIO-Q: New Laboratory Information Management System
podinsp. Tomasz Kułdo, Forensic Laboratory of Provincial Police Command in Poznań

Utilization of diatoms in forensic science
Iwona Bogusz, Police Training Centre, Legionowo

Does the presence of diatoms in the internal human organs always confirm the death by drowning?
Marek Bogusz, University of Social Sciences, Łódź

Preliminary conference program

05 June 2018 r. (Tuesday)
16:00 – 20:00 Registration at Nadmorski hotel (conference secretariat at the lobby)
20:00 Welcome cocktail
06 June 2018 r. (Wensday)
 09:00-09:30  Welcome and introducing to the conference title
 09:30-13:00  I block of oral presentations by the invited guests (coffee break in the meantime)
 13:00-14:00  Lunch at the Nadmorski hotel restaurant
 14:00-18:00 II block of oral presentations by the invited guests (coffee break in the meantime)
 18:00-19:00  Free time
 19:00-24:00  Dinner with the party on the beach
 07 June 2018 r. (Thursday)
 09:00-13:00 III block of oral presentations by the invited guests (coffee break in the meantime)
 13:00-14:00  Lunch at the Nadmorski hotel restaurant
 14:00-19:00  IV block of oral presentations by the invited guests (coffee break in the meantime)
 16:00-19:00  Workshops provided by the conference Partners
 19:00-20:00  Free time
 20:00-02:00  Gala Dinner
 08 June 2018 r. (Friday)
 09:00-13:00  V block of oral presentations by the invited guests (coffee break in the meantime)
 13:00-14:00  Discussion and closing remarks
 14:00-15:00 Lunch at the Nadmorski hotel restaurant

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