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    TIAFT 60th Jubilee Anniversary Meeting

    TIAFT 60th Jubilee Anniversary Meeting April 21, 2023, in London, UK.

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    TIAFT 60th Jubilee Anniversary Meeting

    TIAFT 60th Jubilee Anniversary Meeting April 21, 2023, in London, UK.

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    Registration now open for TIAFT 2023!

    Attendees can now book their spot for the Rome 2023 Annual Meeting

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    Registration now open for TIAFT 2023!

    Attendees can now book their spot for the Rome 2023 Annual Meeting

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    TIAFT Bulletin, December 2022 is now available

    Available in the Members' Area, the December issue features a tribute to longtime TIAFT member Manfred Möller, a consideration of cognitive bias in forensic toxicology, a deep-dive into deuterated drugs, and a comprehensive history of diabetes mellitus and insulin.

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    TIAFT Bulletin, December 2022 is now available

    Available in the Members' Area, the December issue features a tribute to longtime TIAFT member Manfred Möller, a consideration of cognitive bias in forensic toxicology, a deep-dive into deuterated drugs, and a comprehensive history of diabetes mellitus and insulin.

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    Recorded lecture on postmortem challenges available

    New recorded lecture from Prof. Gisela Skopp on postmortem challenges is now available through the Members' Area documents or a link in your email.

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    Recorded lecture on postmortem challenges available

    New recorded lecture from Prof. Gisela Skopp on postmortem challenges is now available through the Members' Area documents or a link in your email.

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The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists (TIAFT) promotes cooperation, coordination of efforts and research in forensic toxicology. Members actively engaged in analytical toxicology (or allied areas) are welcome, and come from all corners of the globe.  Professional and ethical conduct is expected of all members.

The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists (TIAFT) promotes cooperation, coordination of efforts and research in forensic toxicology. Members actively engaged in analytical toxicology (or allied areas) are welcome, and come from all corners of the globe.  Professional and ethical conduct is expected of all members.



Evolution of TIAFT members

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Distribution of TIAFT members

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