I am delighted to announce that the third Journal of Forensic Sciences (JFS) Forensic Lab Talks Seminar, titled Clandestine Synthesis of Methamphetamine: An Overview, is scheduled for February 1 at 1:00pm ET. The seminar will be presented by Dr. Jarrad Wagner, Professor and Lab Director at the Oklahoma State University CHS, School of Forensic Sciences. Additional information on this virtual seminar, as well as the link to register, will be forthcoming next week.
As announced previously, JFS has joined forces with Wiley to present a series of virtual educational seminars for forensic scientists. The series will cover a range of topics important to our forensic community highlighting the most recent methods and best practices in areas such as forensic chemistry (covering spectroscopy, microscopy, and other techniques), toxicology, trace evidence, DNA analysis, and many more.
The Forensic Lab Talks Seminar Series is provided free of charge as a value-added member benefit.
The second Forensic Lab Talks seminar, titled An Introduction to the Forensic Investigation and Analysis of Trace Evidence, presented by Mr. Skip Palenik, was a tremendous success with approximately 800 registrants. We were thrilled by the interest shown from the forensic community for our second seminar. For those who participated, thank you again for contributing to its success.
We are excited about offering our third Forensic Lab Talks virtual educational seminar on February 1, 2023. PLEASE SAVE THE DATE!
Thank you for your continued support of JFS and its initiatives. For questions about the seminar series, please contact JFS Managing Editor Brenda Peat at email@example.com.
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