University of North Texas Health Science Center, Institute of Applied Genetics, USA
Dr. Jianye Ge ,Department of Forensics and Investigative Genetics at University of North Texas Health Science Center. He received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in computer science from Nankai University, China, and a Ph.D. in Bioinformatics from the University of Cincinnati in 2009. His research relates primarily to forensic genetics, bioinformatics, and data mining, such as developing algorithms and interpretation guidelines for forensic genetics applications. He has published about 30 peer-reviewed papers (most in the top journals in relevant fields) and several book chapters. He has been invited as editorial board members of two scientific journals. The software programs he developed have been used by multiple Federal and State government agencies. He regularly gives lectures and invited talks in conferences and training workshops to graduate students, colleagues, and professionals.
His current research projects include DNA based familial searching, Low Copy Number DNA evidence interpretation, lineage markers (Y chromosome and mitochondrial DNA), human facial phenotype inferences, etc.
Assistant Professor, Department of Legal Medicine
Nihon University School of Medicine, Japan
Jian Tie is an assistant professor of Nihon University School of Medicine for legal medicine Professor of China Medical University Shenyang China He has received a MD PhD in Clinical Medicine from the China Medical University Shenyang China in 1978-1992 He has also received a PhD in Medicine from the Nihon University School of Medicine Tokyo Japan in 1992-1995.
Spirituality in Clinical Medicine, Theory and Practice of Informed Consent in Biomedical Research, Theory and Practice of Medical Ethics Teaching, Teaching of Professionalism, Theory and Practice of Forensic pathology Education, Theory and Practice of DNA analysis of forensic criminal casework and paternity testing.
Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform, Forensic Science Laboratory, Ireland
Dr Sheila Willis Director of Forensic Science Laboratory was fascinated by my first exposure to organometallic Chemistry at the Youth Science fortnight in London I later carried out research in this area with Professor AR Manning and left UCD with a PhD in 1977 and a very keen interest in mountaineering