As you’ve heard, the ISHI planning team has expanded by six members as we’ve formed an inaugural advisory committee. The committee was formed to steer the content and format of the annual symposium to reflect the interests of the diverse stakeholders in the forensic science community.
We will be conferring with the advisory committee throughout the planning of the ISHI conference, and are grateful for the experience and expertise that they bring. While we’ve introduced each member in this blog post, we thought it might be nice to get to know each member a little better.
Brian Kim is a Criminalist for the Los Angeles Police Department. Joining in 2011, he was assigned to the Serology DNA Unit which processes over 20,000 DNA samples a year. He is currently a member of the validation team which evaluates and implements new technology to assist in forensic DNA analysis. Here, Brian shares what he foresees for the future of the field.
In these video interviews, Brian discusses how he came to work in the field of forensic DNA, how it’s changed over the years, his involvement with the ISHI conference, and his predictions for the future of the field.
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