Berlin | 18.03.2016

Programm

 

Schmeling A (Münster, Germany)

Introduction

 

Schmeling A (Münster, Germany)

Analysis of the 14th proficiency test

 

Thodberg HH (Holte, Denmark) [PDF] Abstract

Automated bone age determination from hand X-rays up to 19 years for boys and 18 years for girls – methodology and results.

 

Lynnerup N (Copenhagen, Denmark) [PDF] Presentation

The use of Tanner staging in age determination.

 

Thevissen P, Lee S-S, Bernitz H, Fieuws S, Willems G (Leuven, Belgium; Pretoria, South Africa)

Ongoing country specific third molar development data collection and analysis: Black South-Africa added.

 

Arge S, Tangmose Larsen S, Dyrgaard N, Lynnerup N (Copenhagen, Denmark)

When the 3rd molars are missing.

 

Dahlberg PS (Oslo, Norway) [PDF] Presentation

DNA methylation analysis as an additional tool in age estimation.

 

Rudolf E (Attnang-Puchheim, Austria) [PDF] Presentation

Chasing forensic age assessment. Reference literature on specific criticism.

 

Mörnstad H (Båstad, Sweden) [PDF] Presentation

The status of "medical age estimations" in Sweden.

 

Mörnstad H (Båstad, Sweden) [PDF] Presentation

Presentation of an excel-program producing pooled probabilities of tooth and hand examinations in graphics.

 

Liversidge H (London, UK)

Cross section vs. longitudinal data and age estimation.

 

Ottow C, Schulz R, Pfeiffer H, Heindel W, Schmeling A, Vieth V (Münster, Germany)

Forensic age diagnostics by magnetic resonance imaging of the knee.

 

Ekizoglu O (Izmir, Turkey) [PDF] Presentation

An overview of research on forensic age estimation in living individuals: experiences of Bakirkoy Training and Research Hospital, Istanbul.

 

de Haas M, van Wijk M (Den Haag, The Netherlands)

Age Assessment in the Netherlands.

 

Schmeling A (Münster, Germany)

Closing remarks