Anna Barbaro has completed her European PhD in Forensic Genetics (PhD) at University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). She got a Diploma at the School of Specialization in Applied Genetics and a Master Diploma in Psychological and Behavioral Techniques of the Criminal Investigation at the University of Rome La Sapienza (Italy). She has published more than 150 papers, including conference presentation, she is Author of 3 technical Manuals and of some chapters in other books. She serves as President of the Worldwide Association of Women Forensic Experts, she is honor member of some scientific associations, she serves as reviewer for several international scientific journals and she is Member of the Editorial Committee of some international scientific journals. Invited speaker at various national and international conferences, organizer of courses and conferences about Forensic Sciences, member of the Scientific Committee of several courses and conferences.
Anthony Schembri is a respected law enforcement and academic professional with over four decades’ experience in the field. Over the years, he has drawn praise from such varied sources as New York City Mayor, President Jimmy Carter, Florida Governor Jeb Bush, and New York Governor Mario Cuomo. First appointed to the Brooklyn District Attorneys Office he advanced to Deputy Chief of the Narcotics Bureau, then to Director of Training at the District Attorneys Police Academy. Anthony Schembri has served as the city’s Deputy Inspector General, investigating cases of major crime and corruption. He was appointed by the Mayor of New York as Corrections Commissioner, a position putting him in charge of 12,000 uniformed officers and 20,000 inmates at 19 separate jail facilities. Today, the Citrus County, Florida, resident serves as a Visiting Professor at Oxford and Sheffield Hallam University and named Outstanding Professor of the Year at the University of Florida.
RN, MSN, S. Croce e Carle Hospital Italy, Criminologist, Forensic Analyst, Adjunct professor of Nursing Research, Master of Science in Nursing, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, Catholic University, Cottolengo Hospital, Turin Italy; Adjunct professor of Theory and Methods of professional Management, and applications in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing, School of Medicine, University of Turin; Vice-President, and Scientific Manager of National Association of Neuroscience Nurses; Member of International Association of Forensic Nurses; Member of WAWFE, Worldwide Association of Women Forensic Experts; Director of Piemonte Regional Office Forum Lex Association; Member Italian Academy of Forensic Science (Forensic and legal Nursing).
Dr. Rakhi Khanna is presently the Deputy Director Training at State Forensic Science Laboratory, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. As Head of Toxicology section, Analyzed more than 10 thousand cases. Manage Analysis and Reporting of Poisoning cases, Produce Reports in time, Give evidence in court, Adoption of new innovative techniques of analysis according to specific cases. Performed Research work in many cases. President of Internal Complaint committee of Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal Act against sexual harassment of women at workplace, 2013. Has wide experience of analytical and administrative work as DDO, Building construction of new building, Development of new Laboratory and Toxicology Division at Ajmer, Attend conferences, sending papers in conferences, taking invited lectures. Working experience of 22 years as Forensic Scientist cum Toxicologist from 1998 and have experience of analyses of large number of cases. approx. 20,000 cases and 60000 exhibits are reported.
Dr. Janet Schwartz (Ph.D. ’87, University of Pittsburgh) received the University Scholaraward presented to “one of those who show high promise of significant contribution to society and progress.” Her presentation, “Psychology of White-Collar Criminals” is featured on USDOJ’s Justice Television Network. She has provided information to the FBI’s HIDTA Money-Laundering Division (Manhattan), the FBI in Washington, D.C., the Defense Intelligence Agency, the CIA, the NSF, the Criminal Investigation Division of the IRS, the USDOHHS, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, the Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission, the Ohio AG’s Office, Ohio’s Governor’s Office, 19 state departments and U.S. Attorney’s Offices.
Dr. Aviva Twersky Glasner, Ph.D. received a Masters in Forensic Psychology and her doctorsl degree in Criminal Justice. She has worked with Deaf individuals and developed her research interests around using criminological theories to examine the role that socialization may play in criminality of Deaf inmates.
Dr. Marian Swindell is the first teaching instructor at Mississippi State University to be awarded tenure and achieve the rank of full professor. With over 30 years in forensic social work, Dr. Swindell brings a wealth of information from sociology, social work, and forensic testimony evidence retrieval to this conference. Dr. Swindell completed her Ph.D. (2001) and MSW (1992) in Social Work from the University of Alabama and completed her Bachelors of Arts (1989), majoring in Political Science and minoring in Latin from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. She teaches Forensic Social Work at the College Park Campus and Research Methods for Social Workers. She is also a Captain in the Mississippi State Guard and is the first social work academic to present at this conference.
Forensic Pathologist, Institute of Legal Medicine of Iași, Romania × Biography Beatrice Gabriela Ioan is Professor of Legal Medicine and Bioethics at “Grigore T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Iasi, Romania, She also serves as forensic pathologist at the Institute of Legal Medicine of Iași. She graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in 1993, the Faculty of Psychology in 2002 and the Law Faculty in 2012. In 2004 she graduated from the Master Program in Bioethics at Case Western Reserve University, USA. She is a member of the Committee on Bioethics of the Council of Europe and its former Chair and a member of the International Bioethics Committee- UNESCO.
Bianca Hanganu is a forensic pathologist, specialist physician, and assistant professor in Forensic medicine at Grigore T Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Iasi. She attended many international scientific meetings where she presented her work and has published papers in the field of forensic medicine, bioethics, and medical communication, her main areas of interest.
Irina Manoilescu is a senior forensic pathologist since 2016 and lecturer in Forensic medicine at Grigore T Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Iasi since 2020. She graduated from Grigore T Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy in 1998. Since then she attended numerous postgraduate courses in Forensic Medicine, both national and international as well as various scientific conferences. She is author of numerous papers in the forensic medicine field.
Dave Menshew completed his Ed.D. in educational leadership from Brandman University and anM.A. in curriculum and instruction from Chapman University. He achieved National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification and has been an educator for 29 years, 7 of which as an adjunct professor. He was selected for the Amgen Award for Teaching Excellence, and the Biotechnology Industry Organization’s Teacher of the Year award. His work to promote the inclusion of diverse populations in STEM education was recognized by the Association of Mexican American Educators Award as well as an Omega Psi Phi Citizen of the Year. His publications focus on promoting STEM education.
Danielle Schulte Lewis, Ph. D., has been making a difference in the United States criminal justice system for over 15 years. She has served as a criminal defense fact and mitigation investigator since 2006. Danielle obtained her Ph. D. in Forensic Psychology from Walden University in 2020 and is an adjunct professor of psychology at the University of Providence. Danielle’s doctoral research on juror bias ignited a passion in her to spread awareness pertaining to flaws in the United States jury system and abundant pro-prosecutorial bias within the criminal justice system via presentations, scholarly publications, and expert consultations to initiate evidence-based reform in the criminal justice and jury system.
Marta Calderón García recently graduated in Criminology from the European University
Miguel de Cervantes (Spain) and was named first of her class. She has always shown
great interest in how criminologists can be part of the field of environmental crime
prevention and is currently part of a United Nations research group whose research
focuses on environmental crime in Latin America. She is also pursuing a degree in
Tsung Hsien Wu is a researcher and a certified victim advocate in the United States who is currently working with refugees from Mexico. Will Wu concentrates his research on serial homicide offenders’ risk assessment tests, victimology, criminal behavior, and criminal profiling. He completed his Masters of Forensic Behavior Science at Alliant International University and now works as a volunteer in One Digital World. His paper “Psychological Analysis of Li Yu’s life, and the motivation for his creations and masterpieces” was announced in Taiwan in 2018.
Brittani (Massey) Smith has completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Claflin University in 2016. She has also completed her Master of Science degree in Forensic Medicine from the University of Maryland, Baltimore in 2017. She is currently pursuing her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Forensic Science from the Oklahoma State University. She has previously worked as an instructor of Anatomy and Physiology for two colleges and prior has experience performing forensic autopsies at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore, Maryland. Her research on electrocution has been presented at the International Conference of Evidence Law and Forensic Science (ICELFS) and has been published in the Journal of Forensic Science and Medicine. She is also a member of the International Association for Identification.
Leisa Nichols-Drew is a Chartered Forensic Practitioner (ChFP), a National Teaching Fellow (2019), and an Associate Professor at De Montfort University in Leicester.
Her career in forensic science casework commenced in 2000, at the former Forensic Science Service, and more recently Cellmark Forensic Services. Leisa's expertise is in the forensic science laboratory evidential examination, recovery, and documentation of crime scene exhibits, from a range of offences, within the disciplines of Forensic Biology (blood pattern analysis, bodyfluids examinations, DNA processing and submissions) and Evidence Recovery (including hairs, fibres and trace particulate debris, also shoe/tool/tyre mark analysis, microscopy and UV/IR imaging techniques). Additionally, as a Quality Advisor, Laboratory Auditor (ISO 17025), Technical Trainer, Subject Specialist, and Researcher.
Leisa is currently undertaking a part time PhD investigating novel fingermark development methods to aid crime scene and laboratory examinations of leather surfaces.
In 2018, Leisa was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to investigate international knife crime approaches for knife crime offences to aid the UK situation. Her proactive and reactive research recommendations resulted in a journal publication which concluded that less-lethal novel knives with rounded tips, do not penetrate clothing fabrics in a stabbing motion therefore reducing the potential occurrence of injuries when compared to conventional pointed kitchen knives. This research was recognised with an award in 2021. Leisa's Churchill Fellowship has led to updates to UK police forces, a submission to the House of Lords forensic science enquiry, was referred to in the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) publicity material coinciding with the legislative changes to the Offensive Weapons Act (2019), and has been disseminated around the world.
In 2020, Leisa co-founded an international network called #RemoteForensicCSI with two other National Teaching Fellows: Dr Rachel Bolton-King (Staffordshire University) and Professor Ian Turner (University of Derby) to support academics and practitioners in forensic science training and education, with the transition to online learning, during the Covid-19 pandemic. The #RemoteForensicCSI community has a membership from five continents.
In 2021, Leisa was part of the reading group for the QAA Benchmark Standards in Forensic Science. Leisa is an elected member of the Executive Council of the British Academy of Forensic Sciences and sits on the Membership and Ethics Committee of the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences.
Reno Fitria has completed her MSc from the Departement of Forensic Science, University of Airlangga, Indonesia and Bachelor degree from the Bandung Islamic University, Indonesia. She has been working as a lecturer of Paramadina University for major Forensic Psychology since 2018. In other hand, She has more than 50 cases of terrorism and other cases like sexual abuse, child custody, and domestic violence has been investigation as the forensic psychology practitioner in Indonesia.
Zaida M. Guajardo Bachelor in Criminal Justice Investigations, National University College, Puerto Rico, Magna Cum Laude Master in Criminal Profiling and Emotional
Intelligence, International school of Criminology and Criminalistics, Spain, Forensic handwriting analyst, and Grafoscopy, Colegio Mexicano de Grafología, I have worked the last 5 years in Premier High School in different positions with the students in different positions, as well as in hospitals in the area of pediatrics for 10 years
Dr. Michelle Doscher has more than 25 years combined experience in various areas of investigative work, encompassing chemical analyses, crime scene investigations, expert testimony, research and development, forensic interviewing, and instruction.She began her career in the mid-90’s with Los Angeles Police Department, Scientific Investigation Division. Her unique background has produced a repertoire of skills, enhancing her credibility as a criminalist and criminologist. Seeking the truth is her passion, hence her incessant desire to bring attention to a newer branch of applied psychology, investigative psychology.
Krish Patel is currently the Forensic Supervisor of the Crime Laboratory at Torrance Police Department, Los Angeles, California (USA). She hasbeen an active practitioner in the areas of Fingerprint Analysis and Crime Scene Investigations for the past 25 years. And is board member of the Los Angeles Forensic Supervisor Group and training committee. Other affiliations include being along-standing active member of the California State Division International Association for Identification, The International Association for Identification and The Forensic Science Society. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree (with honors) in Applied Biology- with a concentration in Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics.
Marius Chipurici, is a judicial expert in pharmacology and medicine, licensed in physics, chemistry and medicine. He has a master's degree in biophysics and in criminal sciences and forensics, a doctor of medicine and a primary care physician. He has been teaching for over 20 years at the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, pharmacology and for over 10 years, legal medicine at the Faculty of Law. Since 2014, he is the head of the Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology at the Clinical Hospital C.F. Oradea city. He has postgraduate courses in toxicological expertise, GC and hospital management and is a member of TIAFT.
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