7th annual meeting of the International Society for Forensic Radiology and Imaging | 13th annual meeting of the International Association of Forensic Radiographers

Friday 11 May 2018

Plenary session - Integration (Legal)Parkside Rooms 4 & 5
Chair - Noel Woodford
9.00am – 9.30am Prof. Gary Edmond - Expert evidence in reports and courts specifically pertaining to imaging and imagery
9.30am – 10.00am Dr. Kristy Martire - Communication of forensic science evidence to legal stakeholders
10.00am – 10.30am Prof. David Ranson - Radiology and the courts: the ghost in the machine
10.30am – 11.00am Morning Tea (Foyer)
Oral-Poster PresentationsParkside Rooms 4 & 5
Chair - Chris O’Donnell
11.00am – 11.05am Owen Arthurs
Is post-mortem ultrasound a useful modality for perinatal deaths?
11.05am – 11.10am Masahiro Yoshida
Investigation of agatston coronary artery calcium scores for various death causes using postmortem CT
11.10am – 11.15am Jonathan Ford
Sex and age estimation of CT scanned proximal femurs using volume and bone density
11.15am – 11.20am Shinya Hattori
The importance of pediatric radiologists’ contribution in interpretation of the post-mortem CT prior to forensic autopsy: our experiences
11.20am – 11.25am Peter Mygind Leth
Shift in position of internal pulmonary lividity after change from supine to prone position
11.25am – 11.30am Hideki Hyodoh
Normal lung weight estimation using postmortem ct in forensic cases
11.30am – 11.35am Jakob Heimer
Tension pneumopericardium following suicidal stab wounds to the chest
11.35am – 11.40am Natsuki Hirakawa
Postmortem computed tomography findings of gastromalacia
11.40am – 11.45am Wolf Schweitzer
Very affordable post mortem CT angiography kit: feasibility study using immersion pump and 3D printed parts
11.45am – 11.50am Heather Edgar
Developing a large-scale, whole body CT image database for research and teaching
11.50am – 11.55am Tomonori Murakami
Can postmortem CT reliably detect the intervertebral disruption of cervical spine? -The usefulness of CT obtained after extension of the neck
11.55am – 12.00pm Namiko Sakamoto
Resuscitation PMCTA detects bleeding point
12.00pm - 1.30pm Gil Brogdon Honorary Lecture Parkside Rooms 4 & 5
Ned Kelly under the microscope: Solving the forensic mystery of Ned Kelly's remains
Prof. Stephen Cordner, Ms. Fiona Leahy, Assoc. Prof. Richard Bassed
1.30pm - 2.30pm Lunch (Foyer)
2.30pm – 4.30pm Concurrent Sessions
GeneralParkside 4 & 5
Chair - Lars Oesterhelweg
DVI/dentalParkside Rooms 3
Chair - Richard Bassed, Lyndall Smythe
PaediatricsParkside 2
Chairs - Padma Rao, Anne Smith
2.30pm – 3.00pm
Prof. Guy Rutty
Diagnostic accuracy of post-mortem CT with targeted coronary angiography versus autopsy for coroner-requested post-mortem investigations
2.30pm – 2.50pm
Dr. Lyndall Smythe
Innovations in forensic odontology and identification: 2 craniofacial superimposition cases using PMCT
2.30pm – 3.00pm
Dr. Padma Rao
The post-mortem radiographic skeletal survey
3.00pm – 3.20pm
Dr. Trevor Watkins
Beyond standard sequences: Principles and Pathologies in post-mortem MRI
2.50pm – 3.05pm
A/Prof. R Bassed & Dr. Matthew Dimmock
Research innovations in PMCT at VIFM
3.00pm – 3.30pm
Dr. Owen Arthurs
Are we doing enough cross sectional imaging in NAI?
3.20pm – 3.50pm
Dr. Alon Krispin
50 shades of radiodensity - Black and white societies in grayscale
3.05pm – 3.45pm
A/Prof. R Bassed
Value of CT in forensic odontology for mass disaster
3.30pm – 4.00pm
Dr. Owen Arthurs
Latest developments in post-mortem MRI
3.50pm – 4.10pm
Dr. Thomas Ruder
Setting up a PMCT service in New Zealand
3.45pm – 4.15pm
Dr. Lyndall Smythe
Changing tides in Forensic Odontology: The use of PMCT and Oro-facial morphological features in human Identification
4.10pm – 4.30pm
Dr. Jane Rutty
The development of the ISFRI Centre for Professional Educational Accreditation
4.00pm – 4.30pm
Dr. Stacy Goergen & Dr. Owen Arthurs
Comparison of antenatal and postmortem MR in fetuses with complex brain malformations: do we need antenatal MR anymore?
4.30pm – 5.00pm Afternoon Tea (Foyer)
5.00pm – 6.00pm 7th General Assembly ISFRI
Parkside Rooms 4 & 5

Please note that this program is a draft, accurate as of 13 March 2018 and is subject to change without notice.