Are you ready to cool off from the blazing summer heat? Take a dive into the cooler, more moderate temperatures and join QIAGEN for the 28th International Symposium on Human Identification in Seattle, WA October 2–5, 2017. The spectacular autumn views will dazzle you, in addition to expanding your knowledge on the latest and greatest in forensic DNA.

This weeklong conference showcases recent developments in forensic DNA analysis. Come listen to world-renowned forensic scientists discussing innovative DNA technologies, scientific advances and solutions for the forensic laboratory. Visit our booth to meet our experts and learn more about our Sample to Insight solutions and how QIAGEN can further enhance your laboratory workflow.

Don’t forget to check out the poster session and speak with Galina Kulstein to learn more about her work: AS SOLID AS A ROCK – THE PETROUS BONE AS A SOURCE OF DNA FOR THE COMPARISON OF CE- AND MPS-BASED FORENSIC IDENTIFICATION OF CHALLENGING CRANIAL BONES. 

Sample to Insight Vendor Showcase Details:

Join QIAGEN for our evening showcase Tuesday, October 3 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in room 612. Forensic analysts offer you insights into their work using novel technologies, including Amy Lee with the SFPD, talking about tissue identification and Pyrosequencing. In addition, there will be discussion on Quantiplex Pro and next-generation sequencing. Stick around in a casual atmosphere to learn about your colleagues’ work. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served! No pre-registration required.

Visit the official ISHI event website for more details and to register for ISHI28.

We look forward to seeing you in Seattle, WA!

  • – Your QIAGEN HID team
Angela Cacioppo, MPS

Global Market Manager, Demand Generation

Angela joined QIAGEN in 2017. She received her Master's Degree in Forensic Science (biology track) from Pennsylvania State University. Before joining QIAGEN, Angela worked at The Bode Technology Group (a.k.a Bode Cellmark Forensics) as a DNA analyst, where she processed thousands of DNA samples and traveled the United States to testify as an expert witness. Afterwards, she joined LGC, where she was involved in the rollout and deployment of new and innovated technology, ParaDNA Systems, that facilitates the screening and triage of DNA samples.

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