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AAFSAmerican Academy of Forensic Sciences
AAFSActivate Arabic Form Shaping
AAFSAfrican American Family Services
AAFSAsian Association for Foundation of Software
AAFSAssociation of Agriculture and Forestry Statistics (Japan)
AAFSAccess America for Students (student resource)
AAFSAmphibious Assault Fuel System
AAFSABN AMRO Financial Services, Inc.
AAFSAcademy of Ambulatory Foot Surgery
AAFSAdvanced Airburst Fuze System
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The American Academy of Forensic Sciences is a multi-disciplinary professional organization that provides leadership to advance the application of science to the legal system.
BONO, PRESIDENT, AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
Sunshine received multiple awards: the Ames Award for Outstanding Contributions to Clinical Chemistry from the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (1973), a Fulbright Fellowship to the Free University of Brussels (1978), a World Health Organization consultancy (1982), the International Fellowship of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (1984), and the Distinguished Fellow Award of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (1995).
This often gave important clues about how the child died, Dr Pasquale-Styles told the American Academy of Forensic Sciences annual meeting in Seattle.
Additionally, he is a Fellow of the American College of Dentists, International College of Dentists, American Society for Dental Aesthetics, the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry.
William Alexander of Eugene won an award of excellence in forensic odontology at last month's annual scientific meeting in Dallas, Texas, of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Alexander is a forensic consultant.
The data from this research were presented at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences annual meeting and appeared in the peer-reviewed Journal of Forensic Sciences.
According to Jim Hurley, director of development at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, there were more than 200 inquiries and 120 middle and high school teachers attending the first conference, and the second conference had 150 teachers indicating a strong desire to attend and 81 attending.
Instructors from 800-plus middle and high schools have contacted James Hurley, development director for the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, about launching forensics classes in recent months, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports.
American Academy of Forensic Sciences 1989;46(Abstract A12).
The American Academy of Forensic Sciences has general information on job qualifications, training, and career opportunities for crime lab professionals.
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