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Forensic Podiatry attendees at the 100th Conference of the International Association for Identification (IAI) Educational Conference in Sacramento, CA August 2015.

 

Representing the ASFP:

 

Michael Nirenberg, DPM far left

Steven Wachter, DPM 3rd from left

Wesley Vernon, OBE, PhD, Chairman Forensic Podiatry Section, 5th from left

Bryan Kagan, DPM 6th from left

David Agoada, DPM 7th from left

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American and Spanish forensic podiatrists Dr. Michael Nirenberg (left in photo) from Crown Point, Indiana, and Dr. Pablo Martinez-Escauriaza (right in photo) from Barcelona, Spain, presented at the prestigious American Association of Forensic Sciences annual conference in Las Vegas this past week (February 22-27). Dr. Martinez-Escauriaza presented his poster “Forensic Podiatry and Human Identification — The State of This Art in European Countries” and Dr. Nirenberg gave a lecture “Forensic Podiatry — How Gait, Footwear, and Footprints Convict Criminals.”  More than 4,000 international forensic experts attended the conference this year.

 

Dr. Martinez-Escauriaza will be teaching forensic podiatry at the University of Barcelona this September. 

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