Call for Members for a New Forensic Odontology Consensus Body, and for New Members to Existing ASB Consensus Bodies
The ASB is currently accepting applications for a new Forensic Odontology consensus body and for new members to the existing consensus bodies. Each CB consists of 7 to 25 members and creates and approves by consensus Forensic Standards, Best Practice Recommendations, Guidelines, and Technical Reports. The CBs also consider comments, views, and objections to ballots and resolve all comments received in connection with the development of documents. ASB CBs are open to all materially interested and affected individuals, companies, and organizations. All applications must be completed by July 22, 2022.
Standards make it possible to produce scientifically sound results on a global scale. Working and collaborating with ASB, we can make today's innovations tomorrow's standards as we strive to unite the sciences for justice.- Kevin Lothridge
Standards Resources and Training
Training, tools, and resources provided by the AAFS as funded by a cooperative agreement with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Resources available include the ASB's Style Manual used to develop ASB Standards, ANSI education and training, and video trainings.