PROGRAMM

Thursday MAY 15

 

 

 

 

 

8.15 AM : REGISTRATION OPENING

 

 

 

8.45 AM : Inauguration Pr G. Gorincour and ISFRI Board

 

 

 

 

 

9.15 AM : PLENARY SESSION 1 : BALLISTICS

 

 

 

Moderators : Dr J Desfeux, Dr S. Ross

 

 

 

9.15 - What CT can bring to bullet trajectory analysis

 

Foued Makhlouf, University of Grenoble

 

 

 

9.45 - What microCT can bring to residu analysis

 

Giovanni Cecchetto, University of Padova

 

 

 

10.15 - How to integrate CT in global gunshot analysis

 

Stephan Bolliger, University of Zurich

 

 

 

 

 

10.40 AM : COFFE BREAK

 

 

 

 

 

11.10 AM : PLENARY SESSION 2 : Scientific communications

 

(Ballistics and miscellaneous)

 

 

 

Moderators : Dr C. Bartoli, Dr P. Flach

 

 

 

1.1 MSCT and micro-CT analysis in a case of “dyadic-death”. Homicide-suicide or suicide-homicide?

 

 

 

Viero A., Cecchetto G., Muscovich C., Giraudo C., Viel G.

 

 

 

1.2 A Novel Approach to Automated Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Using an Active Bloodstain Shape Model

 

Joris P., Develter W., Jenar E., Vandermeulen D., Coudyzer W., Wuestenbergs J., De Dobbelaer B., Van de Voorde W., Geusens E., Claes P.

 

1.3 Estimation of the depth of stab wounds by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). A pilot experimental study reproducing intra vitam conditions

 

 

 

Fais P., Giraudo C., Boscolo-Berto R., Cecchetto G., Toniolo M., Viel G., Miotto D., Tagliaro F.

 

 

 

1.4 Comparison between radiologist and pathologist in determining trajectories in gunshot victims.

 

R.A.T. van Kan, B. Kubat, I.I.H. Haest, W. van Lohuizen, J. Kroll, M.J. Lahaye, A.A. Postma, P.A.M. Hofman

 

1.5 MICRO-CT ANALYSIS OF GUNSHOT WOUNDS CONTAMINATED WITH BONE FRAGMENTS

 

Giraudo C., Viel G., Fais P., Boscolo-Berto R., Viero A., Muscovich C., Miotto D. Cecchetto G.

 

 

 

1.6 Forensic safety of MRI in gunshot victims.

 

P.A.M. Hofman, M. Luijtne, W. van Lohuizen, J. Kroll, R.S. Schnerr, I.I.H. Haest

 

 

 

1.7 Use of radiopaque markers in reconstruction of gunshot injuries

 

Breitbeck R., Sekula A., Thali M.J., Ampanozi A.

 

 

 

1.8 PMCT findings in hanging

 

J. Elifritz, G.M. Hatch, H. Kastenbaum, C. Gerrard, S.L. Lathrop, K.B. Nolte

 

 

 

1.9 Can post-mortem multidetector CT use for cervical spine clearance?

 

Makino Y., Yokota H., Hayakawa M., Yajima D., Inokuchi G., Motomura A., Chiba F., Torimitsu S., Nakatani E., Iwase H.

 

 

 

           1.10 Postmortem interval estimation: value of postmortem cerebral CT

 

A.R. Bayat, D. Koopmanschap MD, W.M. Klein MD PhD

 

1.11 Skull fractures in post mortem CT: VRT, flat and skin surface projections in comparison

 

Schweitzer W., Ruder T., Thali M., Ringl H.

 

 

 

 

 

12.30 : LUNCH BREAK

 

 

 

 

 

2.00 PM : PLENARY SESSION 3 : ANTHROPOLOGY

 

 

 

Moderators : Dr F. Dedouit, Dr T. Ruder

 

 

 

2.00 – How CT-scan of osteo-archaeological samples helped us in improving forensic anthropology individual identification and retrospective diagnosis ? 

 

Philippe Charlier, Versailles Saint-Quentin en YvelinesUniversity

 

 

 

2.20 – what CT can bring to age estimation

 

Chiara Villa, University of Copenhagen

 

 

 

2.40 – what CT can bring to ancient egyptian mummies analysis

 

Frank Ruhli, University of Zurich

 

 

 

3.00 – Can CT distinguish between perimortem cranial trauma and postmortem cranial damage

 

Elena Kranioti, University of Edinburgh

 

 

 

3.20 – what CT can bring to fetal age estimation

 

Pascal Adalian, Aix-Marseille University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.40 : COFFE BREAK 

 

 

 

4.20 PM : WORKSHOPS INTRODUCTION

 

 

 

4. 40 PM : WORKSHOPS

 

 

 

5.40 PM : WORKSHOPS SYNOPSIS

 

 

 

6.OO PM : END OF DAY 1

 

 

 

 

 

Friday MAY 16

 

8.30 AM : PLENARY SESSION 4 : PERINATAL DEATH

 

Moderators : Pr MD Piercecchi-Marti, Pr RR Van Rijn

 

8.30 – Post-mortem perinatal MRI : an update

Rick Van Rijn, University of Amsterdam

 

9.00 AM – Is there still a place for postmortem X-Ray

Owen Arthurs, Great Ormond Street Hospital

 

9.20 – Is there a place for post-mortem ultrasound

Olivier Prodhomme, University of Montpellier

 

9.40 – Is there a place for postmortem angioCT

Laure Sarda-Quarello, Aix-Marseille University

 

10.00 – Post mortem imaging and sudden unexpected death

Maia Proisy, University of Rennes

 

10.20 AM : COFFE BREAK 

 

11.00 AM : PLENARY SESSION 5 : Scientific communications

(Perinatal and miscellaneous)

 

Moderators : Pr D. Ben Salem, Dr O. Arthurs

 

2.1 Diffusion-weighted imaging of the PM fetal abdomen

Price G, Sebire NJ, Taylor AM, Arthurs OJ

 

2.2 Assessment of fetal maceration at PMMR

S. Addison, O. Arthurs, P. Lally, AM Taylor, A Afshin, N.J. Sebire, Rick Van Rijn

 

2.3 Can we use T2 relaxometry MRI to assess post-mortem maceration in fetuses and neonates?

PJ Lally, OJ Arthurs, S Addison, NJ Sebire,  A Alavi, AM Taylor, Rick Van Rijn

 

2.4 Can lung aeration on Postmortem MR determine Live or Stillbirth?

 

 

 

Barber J, Mann J, Kiho L, Sebire NJ, Arthurs OJ

 

2.5 Evaluation of vascular diameter and cases of pulmonary embolism sudden death

 

Ruder TD, Thali Y, Hatch GM, Thali MJ, Ampanozi G

 

2.6 Postmortem computed tomography findings in the thorax

 

Hyodoh H., Watanabe S., Okazaki S., Mizuo K., Inoue H.

 

2.7 The Physical Basis of Poor Fat/Muscle Contrast Observed at Low Temperatures in Post-Mortem MR (PMMR) Imaging

 

Adolphi NL, Gerrard C, Hatch GM, MD, Nolte KB

 

2.8 POST-MORTEM CT (PMCT) IMAGING FINDINGS OF PERICARDIAL TAMPONADE DUE TO HEMOPERICARDIUM

 

Filograna F., Laberke P., Ampanozi G., Schweitzer W., Thali M.J.

 

 

 

2.9 CT imaging as a valuable additional tool to establish drug abuse as cause of death.

 

M.J. Lahaye, R. van Kan, I.I.H. Haest, F.C. Bakers, J. Kroll, L. Jacobi-Postma, P.A.M. Hofman

 

 

 

2.10 Racking the brain! Cerebral Edema on Postmortem Computed Tomography compared to Forensic Autopsy.

 

Berger N., Ampanozi G, Schweitzer W., Ross S.G., Gascho D., Ruder T.D., Thali M.J., Flach P.M.

 

2.11 Report on 14 years’ experience in forensic radiology; an overview of more than 1500 cases

 

De Bakker BS, De Bakker HM

 

2.12 A moot point! A case report on potential projectile movement on postmortem MR.

 

Gascho D.,Ampanozi G.,  Franckenberg S., Schweitzer W., Thali M.J., Flach PM

 

 

 

2.13 It’s all in the Details: The effect of CT slice thickness on 3D modeling for forensic analysis

 

 

 

Ford J, Decker S

 

 

 

 

 

12.30 : LUNCH BREAK

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM, Silke Grabherr, University of Lausanne

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.00 PM : PLENARY SESSION 6 : Scientific communications

 

(Anthropology and miscellaneous)

 

 

 

Moderators : Dr E. Dumousset, Dr F. Trami

 

 

 

3.1 MANDIBULAR SEXUAL DIMORPHISM ANALYSIS IN CBCT SCANS OF A BRAZILIAN POPULATION

 

De Oliveira Gamba T,  Corrêa Alves M,  Haiter-Neto F

 

3.2 Comparative study of the skeletal remains of San Felice (Italy, Sardegna, Sassari) using both multislice computed tomography andconventional techniques of human identification.

 

Mazzeo E, Piredda V

 

 

 

3.3 Contribution of the Computed Tomography of the Anatomical Aspects of the Sphenoid Sinuses, to Forensic Identification

 

Aufret M, Diallo I, Garetier M, Frerot M, Saccardy C, Ben Salem D

 

3.4 Liver volumetry at post-mortem CT and liver weight at autopsy : a correlative study.

 

Sonnemans LJP, Monshouwer R, Klein WM

 

3.5 The feasibility of measuring body weight on CT images and the first steps in anatomical mirroring.

 

Wuestenbergs J, Coudyzer W, De Dobbelaer B, Develter W, Joris P, Claes P, Vandermeulen D, Jenar E, Geusens E, Van de Voorde W

 

 

 

3.6 Elementary Aspects of Postmortem Pulmonary Imaging: Normal Postmortem Lung Volume

 

Hatch GM, Germerott T, Ampanozi G, Ebert LC, Thali MJ, Ruder TD.

 

 

 

3.7 Radiation dosimetry comparison between ante-mortem and post-mortem animal tissue: Is post- mortem radiation dosimetry an adequate proxy for measurements in the living?

 

Sandoval DJ, Weber W, Melo D, Hatch GM, Adolphi N, Heintz PH

 

3.8 Multiphase Post-mortem Computed Tomography Angiography - Preliminary Results of a European Multicenter Validation Study

 

Grimm JM, Grabherr S, Heinemann A, Guglielmi G, Woźniak K, Eplinius F, Dedouit F, Fischer F, Rutty GN, Morgan B, Wittig H, Mangin P, Dirnhofer R

 

3.9 Value of minimally invasive, whole body postmortem CT angiography in the assessment of massive haemoptysis

 

O'Donnell C

 

 

 

 

 

3.00 PM : WORKSHOPS

 

 

 

4.00 PM : WORKSHOPS SYNOPSIS

 

4.30 : COFFE BREAK AND POSTER TOUR

 

 

 

5.10 : 3rd GENERAL ASSEMBLY of the ISFRI

 

 

 

6.OO PM : END OF DAY 2

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday MAY 17 – EDUCATIONAL

 

 

 

 

 

8.30 : Ballistics “for Dummies”

 

André Desmarais, Pauline Bakis, Scientific Police French National Institute

 

 

 

9.30 : PARALLEL SESSIONS

 

 

 

- TECHNOLOGISTS : all you need to know to become a forensic technologist – Mark Viner, Cranfield University Forensic Institute

 

 

 

- DOCTORS : pitfalls to interpret PMCT – Patricia Flach, University of Zurich

 

 

 

10.30 : COFFEE BREAK

 

 

 

Access to ballistics workshop

 

Jérôme Lhuillier, Scientific Police French National Institute

 

 

 

 

11.10 : PARALLEL SESSIONS

 

 

 

- TECHNOLOGISTS : all you need to know about PMCTA – Alexandre Dominguez, University of Lausanne

 

1.     Prof P.Mangin .The Forensic Radiographer as member of a team of legal medicine.

 

 

 

2.     A.Dominguez.: Trainings for radiographers :International and ERASMUS.

 

3.     C.Robinson: The Leicester forensic radiographer activity

 

- DOCTORS : the basics of Disaster Victim Identification – Guy Rutty, University of Leicester

 

 

 

12.10 : CLOSING CEREMONY – ISFRI Board

 

12.30 : Departure to Cassis