Discover the newest advances in DNA forensics from top experts in the field.

Join us at the 35th International Symposium on Human Identification, the premier event exclusively dedicated to DNA forensics, and immerse yourself in a unique learning experience designed for professionals like you. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a transformative experience that will propel your expertise to new heights. Attend ISHI September 23-26, 2024 and position yourself at the forefront of the evolving landscape of forensic DNA!

This year, it's not just an event, it's a milestone


Invest in your career growth with tailored sessions focused on professional development. From career insights to leadership skills, ISHI equips you with the tools and knowledge to excel in your role and advance your career in forensic DNA analysis.


Stay at the forefront of forensic DNA technology with access to the latest advancements, methodologies, and breakthroughs. Discover new products/services being introduced to the forensic market and meet with 45+ vendors from around the world. Dedicated time will be set aside each day of the conference, so that you won’t miss a minute of the talks.


Connect with like-minded professionals, build valuable relationships, and expand your professional network. ISHI provides a platform to engage with peers, discuss challenges, and explore collaborative opportunities that can enhance your career and contribute to the advancement of the field.


Keep abreast of regulatory updates, legal considerations, and industry best practices. ISHI provides a comprehensive overview of the current landscape, empowering you to make informed decisions and ensure your forensic DNA practices align with the latest standards. Additionally, elevate your skills with hands-on workshops led by industry experts. Gain practical experience in the latest DNA analysis techniques, ensuring you are well-equipped to tackle real-world challenges in your forensic investigations.

"I enjoy ISHI as it gets me out amongst many of the brightest and most passionate forensic DNA scientists, learning from them, and discussing cases, cases, cases. It is so much fun!"

Ray Wickenheiser // New York State Police Crime Lab System