Meeting notices

NAME will post notices of forensic meetings without charge. Information regarding the process is available under the "Advertisements" tab at the left, or click here

Future NAME Meetings

• NAME 2018 Annual Meeting
 October 12-16, 2018
 Hilton West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach, FL

• NAME 2019 Interim Meeting
 February 19, 2019
 Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD
 Program Chair - David Fowler - Forensic radiology, MRI and CT reading refreshers, 
 hosting MRI/CT equipment in the office

• NAME 2019 Annual Meeting
 Kansas City, MO

• NAME 2020 Annual Meeting
 Denver, CO

RTI Courses - CME and SAMs available

RTI International is working with NAME to provide several on-line educational courses via their web site at

These courses are written by NAME members, vetted by the EPP Committee, and are eligible for CME and SAMs credits. Please check out their website for additional information.

Sixteenth International Conference on Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma

Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, Orlando, Florida, USA

The National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome (NCSBS) is proud to announce the Sixteenth International Conference on Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma. This world renowned conference will be held on September 16, 17, 18, 2018 in exciting Orlando, Florida.  

The program planning committee is looking for abstracts to present from following areas of expertise: latest medical information and research, legal challenges surrounding AHT cases, investigative techniques, evidence-based and creative prevention programs and initiatives, and support for families and rehabilitation for victims of SBS/AHT. The abstract submission process is now open and will close on November 3, 2017. Visit for more information and to submit an abstract.

International Forensic Photography Workshop

October 22-26, 2018
Miami Dade County Medical Examiner Department
Miami, FL
Fee: $825 

A comprehensive workshop, consisting of lectures and hands-on sessions designed for those in the forensic and law enforcement fields. You'll learn to: properly photograph an autopsy and related gross specimens, photograph a crime scene properly, utilize advanced lighting and exposure techniques, use close-up photography as a tool, record images too fast for the human eye in the High-Speed Gun range, use alternate light source techniques to record evidence normally invisible to the human eye and learn how to choose and maintain the equipment that is best suited for your needs.

Heidi Nichols