Disaster Victim Identification
Associate Professor Alex Forrest will present this engaging lecture on the exhumation and identification of an Australian Citizen who was a victim of the Tsunami in Samoa. As Alex is also the ADAQ President, he will be taking the opportunity to address us on current topical issues within the profession and ADA.
CEO, Ms Lisa Rusten, and the Senior Vice President, Dr Matthew Nangle will also join the President for our first meeting.
This is a great opportunity for members to meet our President and Senior Executive and raise any questions or issues of concern with them.
A/Prof Alex Forrest
Alex is well recognised for his expertise in Human Anatomy, Forensic Odontology, Human Forensic Identification, including 3-D technologies and Bite Mark Analysis. He is currently Honorary Associate Professor for the School of Dentistry with University of Queensland, Adjunct Associate Professor of Forensic Odontology with Griffith University, and Director of Forensic Odontology at Health Support Queensland Forensic and Scientific Services.
ADAQ Gold Coast Sub-Branch Members - FREE
Guests of Members - $75
2 Scientific hours
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