The following individuals have said they would be available for public speaking engagements or media interviews on forensic podiatry, including discussions of footprint evidence, footwear and shoe evaluation, and forensic gait analysis or comparison. (Note: the ASFP does not endorse or warrant speakers or media contacts. Persons listed below are provided for informational purposes only.)
John DiMaggio, DPM
Past-President and founder of the ASFP. Dr. DiMaggio has extensive experience in forensic podiatry. He has conducted original research, lectured, and published on pedal evidence. He is co-author of the textbook “Forensic Podiatry – Principles and Methods.” Dr. DiMaggio lives part-time in Tucson, Arizona and Bandon, Oregon. He is available for public speaking and interviews, and can be reached at Jad4n6pod@aol.com
Christine Miller DPM, PhD, FACCWS
Christine Miller DPM, PhD, FACCWS -- Currently serves as the Director of the Limb Salvage Program at the University of Florida, College of Medicine-Jacksonville. Dr. Miller is a board certified Clinical Wound Specialist and has completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Patient Safety. She was a former department chair at Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Miller is a steadfast human rights advocate and a longtime member of Amnesty International. She has been involved in human rights projects in South America. She can be reached at
Michael S. Nirenberg, DPM
President of the ASFP. Dr. Nirenberg is board-certified in clinical and forensic podiatry and has provided assistance to law enforcement in regard to forensic podiatry-evidence, including footprint comparison and forensic gait analysis. He has been interviewed on podiatry and forensic podiatry by various media outlets, including FOX (Chicago), CNN (for an HLN series), the Wall Street Journal and others. Learn about Dr. Nirenberg at www.Friendlyfootcare.com or contact him at email@example.com. His office is located in Crown Point, Indiana, an hour from Chicago, Illinois.