We are planning on holding ISHI 32 in person this year, but are continuing to monitor the pandemic situation. If the situation changes so it becomes unsafe to hold an in person meeting, we will offer a virtual alternative. Registration for attendees and exhibitors will open in March. Make sure to bookmark our Frequently Asked Questions page for the latest updates.
During the pandemic many of our neighbors have suffered profound losses, from the death of someone dear to financial hardships or the stress of job loss. How have you/your colleagues/organization helped to make live better for the community? Perhaps you have delivered groceries to the elderly or organized a food pantry, whatever it is, we would like to hear. Tell us about your efforts or nominate a friend or colleague. Your work might inspire others and will serve to spread some good news in the dark time.
Tell us how you or your friends have helped lighten the load and we’ll share your good works with the forensic community. As a token of appreciation we’ll gift you a nifty t-shirt so you can share your message of hope with others. Submissions are due by June 30, 2021.
Connect with Attendees and Exhibitors
Whether virtual or in-person, ISHI will have dedicated networking opportunities where you can chat with other attendees, speakers, and exhibitors.
Book a booth at ISHI and introduce your products and services to scientists from around the world. You’ll reach decision makers who purchase products and services related to all aspects of forensic DNA.
Save the Date
With many travel plans being put on hold for now, let’s look ahead to ISHI 33, which will be held at the Gaylord National Harbor hotel, near Washington, D.C. from 10/31 - 11/5/22.
The ISHI Report
Each quarter, we’ll bring you a glimpse into the fascinating field of forensic science and the dedicated people committed to carrying out the important work of identifying the missing, exonerating the innocent and finding the truth in each DNA sample.
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