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NIFS Best Paper Award Winners 2016.PNG

BEST PAPER IN A REFEREED JOURNAL

Winner

Sathisha Kamanna, Julianne Henry, Nicholas Voelcker, Adrian Linacre & Paul Kirkbride.

Direct identification of forensic body fluids using matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry.

Highly Commended

Duncan Taylor, Damien Abarno, Tacha Hicks & Christophe Champod.

Evaluating forensic biology results given source level propositions.

BEST TECHNICAL ARTICLE OR NOTE

Winner

Caitlyn Rogers, Peter Stockham, Christine Nash, Sheridan Martin, Chris Kostakis & Claire Lenehan.

An alternative approach for assessment of liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry matrix effects using auto-sampler programmed co-injection.

Highly Commended

  1. Nick Lucas, Hayley Brown, Michael Cook, Kahlee Redman, Tanith Condon, Harald Wrobel, Paul Kirkbride & Hilton Kobus.  A study into the distribution of gunshot residue particles in the random population.
  2. Christopher Plummer, Thomas Breadon, James Pearson & Oliver Jones. The synthesis and characterisation of MDMA derived from a catalytic oxidation of material isolated from black pepper reveals potential route specific impurities.

BEST CHAPTER

Winner

Michael Tsokos & Roger Byard.
Encyclopedia of Forensic and Legal Medicine, Volume 4.  Postmortem changes:  overview.

BEST LITERATURE REVIEW

Winner

SallyAnn Harbison & Rachel Fleming.

Forensic body fluid identification: state of the art.

Highly Commended

Soren Blau.

How traumatic: a review of the role of the forensic anthropologist in the examination and interpretation of skeletal trauma.


BEST CASE STUDY

Winner

Roger Byard, Helen James, John Berketa & Karen Heath. 
Locard’s principle of exchange, dental examination and fragments of skin.

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