3rd International Caparica Conference in Translational Forensics 2022

14th – 16th November 2022 | Caparica | Portugal

Plenary Speakers

Niels Morling, PhD

Affiliation: Department of Forensic Medicine, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

Title: Genetics and epigenetics in sudden cardiac death?

Carlos Cordeiro, PhD

Affiliation: Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Title: Fingerprinting fingermarks with extreme resolution FT-ICR mass spectrometry

Simona Francese, PhD

Affiliation: Sheffield University, Sheffield (UK)

Title: Transitioning forensic science research into operational implementation: a mass spectrometry-based case study

Angel Carracedo, PhD

Affiliation: University of Santiago de Compostela; Public Fundation of Genomic Medicine-Galician Service of Health, Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

Title: Omics in forensics.

Leonor Gusmão, PhD

Affiliation: Rio de Janeiro State University (Brazil)

Mark A. Kliewer, PhD

Affiliation: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (USA)

Title: Ultrasound elastographic measurement of rigor mortis in an animal model: A feasibility study for improved time-of-death estimates in forensic investigations.

Laura Mercolini, PhD

Affiliation: Research Group of Pharmaco-Toxicological Analysis (PTA Lab), Department of Pharmacy and Biotechnology (FaBiT), Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna (Italy)

Title: Microsampling landscape for forensic toxicology and analysis.

Malgorzata Iwona Szynkowska-Jozwik, PhD

Affiliation: Lodz University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry (Poland)

Title: Visualisation of fingerprints using Tof-SIMS.

Denis A. Cusack, PhD

Affiliation: University College Dublin & Coroner’s District of Kildare (Ireland)

Title: Covid-19 Related Deaths and Forensic and Pathological Death Investigation in Translational Forensic and Clinical Medicine 2020-2022.

Roberto King, PhD

Affiliation: Foster + Freeman (United Kingdom)

Title: Fingermark development from fired ammunition – some learnings, some musings

Giacomo Musile, PhD

Affiliation: University of Verona (Italy)

Title: The use of paper-based microfluidic devices as on-site tools for forensic issues: a critical evaluation 



Title: Avaliable soon.