For more than 27 years the International Symposium on Human Identification has provided a forum for forensic practitioners to share information about the latest DNA technologies. From modest beginnings, ISHI has grown to be the largest meeting in the world to focus on DNA forensics and it’s applications to human identity. More than 840 people participated in last year’s symposium, representing over 44 countries.

Attendees are involved in all aspects of DNA typing and come from state, federal and local crime labs in the US and abroad, parentage and testing laboratories, academic institutions, governmental research agencies and policy think tanks. More than 80% of the attendees self-identify as Technical Leaders, Laboratory Directors, DNA Analysts or Scientists. We invite you to participate by sponsoring.