The Academy's annual scientific meeting is held in February at which time over 800 scientific papers, breakfast seminars, workshops, and other special events are presented. The AAFS consists of eleven sections representing a wide range of forensic specialties, and the annual scientific meeting gathers these professionals who present the most current information, research, and updates in this expanding field.
The American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) is pleased to invite you to exhibit at its Annual Scientific Meeting. As the premier conference for forensic science professionals, the AAFS Annual Scientific Meeting is the forensic science industry's source for cutting-edge information.
When you exhibit at the AAFS Annual Scientific Meeting, you will showcase your products and services to forensic science professionals from around the world, including crime lab directors and technicians, engineers, dentists, pathologists, coroners, nurses, computer specialists, educators, anthropologists, psychiatrists, questioned document examiners, digital evidence experts, and toxicologists.
Who Should Exhibit With AAFS?
AAFS meeting attendees are unique. Instead of staying within the confines of their specialties, meeting attendees explore the ways in which sciences interconnect and how advances in other fields influence their own. These scientists are often seeking the information, equipment, and services necessary for cross-disciplinary exploration. They look to you for the answers. Exhibiting with AAFS is a must for anyone involved in receiving and exchanging the latest product and service information in the following specialties:
Crime Scene Investigation
Firearms & Tool Marks
Photography & Imaging
Since 1948, the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) has served a distinguished and diverse membership. Its over 6,600 members are divided into eleven sections spanning the forensic enterprise. Included among the Academy’s members are physicians, attorneys, dentists, toxicologists, anthropologists, document examiners, digital evidence experts, psychiatrists, physicists, engineers, criminalists, educators, and others. Representing all 50 United States, Canada, and 70 other countries worldwide, they actively practice forensic science and, in many cases, teach and conduct research in the field as well. Each section provides opportunities for professional development, personal contacts, awards, and recognition. Many sections publish periodic newsletters and mailings which keep their members abreast of activities and developments in their field.