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We hereby invite you to attend another great Frontiers of Forensic Science session!

We will welcome you on Friday, March 10th at 15:00 for a special session on ARISTA, the unique taphonomic test site of the Amsterdam University Medical Centers.
The program will feature four scientific presentations highlighting different forensic medical research angles that involve ARISTA:

15:00 Welcome- Maurice Aalders
15:05 ARISTA: a human taphonomic research and training facility - Roelof Jan Oostra, Medical Biology, Amsterdam UMC
15:30 The smell of death - Brent Maagdelijn, Forensic Science, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
16:00 Postmortem Toxicokinetics and Alternative Matrices - Rogier van der Hulst, Toxicology, Netherlands Forensic Institute
16:30 A taphonomic profile for interpreting forensic GPR - Coen Nienaber, Division of Special Services and Expertise, Netherlands Forensic Institute
17:00 Social drinks

Details can be found in the poster beneath.

This Frontiers of Forensic Science session is offered to you by the HvA, AUMC, CLHC and the Master Forensic Science of the University of Amsterdam

We hope to welcome you at the Nicolaes Tulphuis on March 10th!

Of course, you are also invited to join the social drinks and discuss forensic science with other participants.

As always attending this CLHC event is free of charge, but we do ask you to register if you are planning to attend.