TIAFT Regional Meeting in Greece

Almost 25 years after the last TIAFT meeting in Greece, the Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology of the University of Athens has the honor and the pleasure to welcome the TIAFT Board in Greece. Through the 1st Regional TIAFT meeting in Athens they will offer the opportunity to the local Toxicologists but also to scientists from other disciplines, such as Forensic pathologists, Police [...] Read more

TIAFT Members Elect New Board

Our Members in attendance at the 5th Joint Meeting of SOFT and TIAFT in Boca Raton, Florida, USA, voted for a new TIAFT Board to join President Marc LeBeau, PhD (USA) serving our membership for the next three years. The new TIAFT Board is: President: Marc LeBeau (USA) President-Elect: Dimitri Gerostamoulos (Australia) Secretary: Carmen Jurado (Spain) Treasurer: Robert Kronstrand (Sweden) Board [...] Read more

TIAFT Bulletin, December 2017 is now available

In this number, together with the President’s Message and the usual news about Committees, past and future meetings, you will find: Forensic Toxicology Profiles: Alphonse Poklis by Alan Wayne Jones, PhD, DSc. Young Scientist Corner: "Proof of synthetic cannabinoid uptake" by Florian Franz, Institute of Forensic Medicine, Medical Center (University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany) Congress Reports: [...] Read more

Nominees for TIAFT Board elections

The nomination time for the election is over, and the following is the list of candidates for the TIAFT Board open positions. They will be elected by the membership vote during the Business Meeting at the forthcoming Boca Raton conference. President-elect Dimitri Gerostamoulos Secretary Carmen Jurado Jose Restolho Treasurer Robert Kronstrand Board Member Serap Annette Akgur Jean-Claude Alvarez [...] Read more

Nominations for TIAFT Board Re-Opened

Due to the postponement of the 2017 TIAFT Business Meeting to 11 January 2018, you now have until Monday, 11 December 2017 to declare your interest in serving on TIAFT's Board for three years. All positions of the Board are going to be decided by election and all TIAFT members are invited to nominate candidates for the positions of: President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer Board Member (3 [...] Read more

It is with great sorrow that we share the news of the passing of Kurt Dubowski

Kurt Dubowski, PhD, the American pioneer in the science of breath and blood-alcohol testing died on Monday, October 23, 2017 at the age of 96. Kurt Dubowski, of Moore, Oklahoma, became the first state director and first chairman of the Oklahoma Board of Tests for Alcohol and Drug Influence after the Legislature created the state agency in 1967 and also founded the toxicology laboratory of the [...] Read more

TIAFT Bulletin, special issue

Dear Bulletin readers, This special issue of the Bulletin has been created to inform you about the upcoming TIAFT events in Boca Raton 2017, Ghent 2018, Birmingham 2019 and Cape Town 2020. We hope this information will be of interest to you when planning your TIAFT travels. Another full issue of the TIAFT Bulletin will be distributed to you before the holiday season. It was our initial aim to [...] Read more

2017 SOFT-TIAFT Meeting in Boca Raton Rescheduled!

Our NEW ANNUAL MEETING DATES have been announced by SOFT: 6-12 January 2018 Program Schedule: • January 6: Pre-Conference Meetings • January 7-8: Workshops, Opening Ceremony and Reception • January 9-11: Scientific Program and Social Events Please help SOFT begin planning by letting them know if you can attend with our two minute survey by Thursday, 21 September 2017. [...] Read more

TIAFT Bulletin, June 2017 is now available

In this number, together with the President’s Message and the usual news about Committees, past and future meetings, you will find: Forensic Toxicology Profiles: Erik Widmark by Alan Wayne Jones, PhD, DSc. Young Scientist Corner: "Novel direct dried blood spot-based approaches for forensic toxicology and clinical applications" by Nele Sadones, Laboratory of Toxicolgy, Ghent University, Belgium [...] Read more

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