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3D-ID-Geometric Morphometric Classification of Crania Software for Forensic Scientists - Best Practices - Archival
Attendees were introduced to the new features of the new software release, how to maximize results, and how to best interpret results for forensic casework application.
Original Live Webinar took place on 08/16/2018.

The latest version of 3D-ID provides tools to address the global humanitarian crisis of mass migration of individuals escaping wars, starvation, and displacement within and outside our borders by the inclusion of West African (n=93), East African (n=36), Nigerian (n=30), Syrian (n=43), Colombian (n=71) reference samples. The reference population included in the software totals 2,372 individuals from around the world. Another new feature added to the software to facilitate ease of use is that the practitioner can now digitize directly into the software without having to format the coordinate data. In this webinar, attendees will be introduced to the new features of the new software release, how to maximize results, and how to best interpret results for forensic casework application.

Detailed Learning Objectives:

1.	Learn how to correctly use the software to forensic case work.

2.	Learn how select appropriate anatomical landmarks for inclusion of different reference samples within the software.

3.	Learn how to interpret output and identify errors.

This webinar was recorded in its entirety at the time of the Live event in order to capture the one on one interaction with the presenter. Funding for this Forensic Technology Center of Excellence event has been provided by the National Institute of Justice.

Speaker

Dr. Ann Ross
Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at NC State University and serves as the Forensic Faculty Cluster leader.  Professor Ross is Board certified by the American Board of Forensic Anthropology and her laboratory holds the State contract for the NC Office of Chief Medical Examiner’s for forensic anthropological casework for all 100 counties. She serves as the Associate Editor for the Journal of Forensic Sciences and as VP of the Forensic Anthropology Society of Europe...
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