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1 FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY SOCIETY OF EUROPE: A 6 YEAR HISTORY

2 In 2000, at the XVIII IALM meeting at Santiago de Compostela (over a beer) Cristina Cattaneo and Eric Baccino decide that time has come to create a forensic anthropology section of IALM In Milan, September 2003, at the XIX IALM Congress, the International Academy of Legal Medicine accepts the foundation of FASE as its first scientific sub-section and FASE Forensic Anthropology Society of Europe is officially born The aims are to to encourage the study of, improve the practice of, estabilish and enhance standards for and advance the science of forensic anthropology and related disciplines; promote knowledge and research in the field; to harmonise techniques and diagnostic procedures in forensic anthropology across Europe; to encourage and promote adherence to high standards of ethics, conduct and professional practice in forensic anthropology; to promote training and certification in forensic anthropology and eventually create Boards of certificates and inform the existence of trained forensic anthropologists in order to guarantee high quality performance in the medicolegal study of human remains; the formation of working groups in different areas of forensic anthroplogy and accreditation of protocols and laboratories C Cattaneo, E Baccino 2002 A call for forensic anthropology in Europe. International Journal of Legal Medicine 116: N1-N2 Baccino E 2004 Forensic Anthropology Society of Europe. A section of the International Academy of Legal Medicine, 118;N1

3 First FASE Board ( ) President: Eric Baccino Vice-President: Eugenia Cunha Secretary: Cristina Cattaneo Treasurer: José Prieto Auditors: Ralph Penning, Frank Ramsthaler, Yves Schuliar, Niels Lynnerup, Ildiko Pap

4 The number of scientists working in the field of forensic anthropology and the degree of international cooperation between the various groups are increasing. There are international attempts at standardisation and quality assessment of the techniques and methodologies Brinkmann B, Forensic Anthropology, Int J Legal Med, 2007, 121;431-2

5 XIX IALM Congress,2003 Institute of Legal Medicine, Milan, Italy -Foundation of FASE, Forensic Anthropology Society of Europe, a subsection of IALM - 1st European Workshop in Forensic Anthropology- Milano (2004) I FASE Meeting, October , Institute of Legal Medicine, J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany MAFS (Mediterranean Association of Forensic Science) Congress, Monastir, Tunisia, June , Workshop on Forensic Anthropology. -I and II Sessions in Human identification by physical odonto-anthropology, in association with Mediterranean Association of Forensic Science XX IALM Congress, August , Budapest, Hungary -II European Workshop in Forensic Anthropology FASE Advanced Course in Trauma, July 2007, Coimbra, Portugal FASE Meeting Age estimation: State-of-the-art, guidelines and new projects, October , Institute of Legal Medicine, University of Macerata III European Workshop in Forensic Anthropology, Madrid, May 31st -June 4th 2008, in association with the I Meeting of the Spanish Association of Forensic Anthropology and Odontology, AEAOF, May 30th 2008 Advanced Course in Forensic Anthropology methods for bone trauma analysis, September, , Edinburgh, Scotland Tri-annual FASE Meeting, September 26th 2008, Edinburgh, Scotland XXI IALM Congress, May , Lisbon, Portugal -Pre-congress Advanced Course in Osteopathology, May 26th Pre-congress Advenced Course in Identification of the living, May 27th 2009 Meetings and Courses

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7 FASE Meetings XIX IALM Congress, 2003,Institute of Legal Medicine, Milan, Italy I FASE Meeting, October, , Institute of Legal Medicine, J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany MAFS (Mediterranean Association of Forensic Science) Congress, Monastir, Tunisia, June I and II Session in Human identification by physical odonto-anthropology, in association with Mediterranean Association of Forensic Science FASE Meeting Agestimation: State-of-the-art, guidelines and new projects, October , Institute of Legal Medicine, University of Macerata Tri-annual FASE Meeting, September 26th 2008, Edinburgh, Scotland In 2007 FASE represented 25% of IALM members

8 FASE Workshops and courses I European Workshop in Forensic Anthropology, 2004, Institute of Legal Medicine, Milan, Italy II European Workshop in Forensic Anthropology, 2006, Budapest, Hungary FASE Advanced Course in Trauma, July 2007, Coimbra, Portugal III European Workshop in Forensic Anthropology, Madrid, May 31st -June 4th 2008 Advanced Course in Forensic Anthropology methods for bone trauma analysis, September, , Edinburgh, Scotland Pre-congress Advanced Course in Osteopathology, May 26th 2009, Institute of Legal Medicine, Lisbon, Portugal Pre-congress Advanced Course in Identification of the living, May 27th 2009, Institute of Legal Medicine, Lisbon, Portugal More othan 100 students trained in FASE Workshops

9 ARTICLES and PUBLICATIONS Special issue in Forensic Anthropology, International Journal Legal Medicine 2007 Cunha E, Baccino E, Ramsthaler F, Prieto J, Schuliar Y, Lynnerup N, Martrille L, Cattaneo C, The problem of aging human remains and living individual: a review, Forensic Science International, 2009, published ahead Oct.2009 doi C Cattaneo, E Baccino 2002 A call for forensic anthropology in Europe. International Journal of Legal Medicine 116: N1-N2 Baccino E 2004 Forensic Anthropology Society of Europe. A section of the International Academy of Legal Medicine, 118;N1

10 Books Schmitt,A.; Cunha,E.; Pinheiro,P. (eds) Forensic Anthropology and Medicine. Complementary sciences from recovery to caise of death. Tottowa.NJ. Humana Press.


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