Live webinar presented by Dr. Maher “Max” Noureddine
August 5, 2021, 1:00 pm
90 min of CLE credit
During this CLE, the attendees will learn more about the theory of DNA mixture interpretation using conventional and computer-based probabilistic models, the power and limitations of PG software, and the challenges of confronting PG results in court cases. The presentation will incorporate actual case examples with a range of evidence complexity and perspective on re-interpretation of DNA mixtures.
This program is part of the 2021 IDS Forensic Science Education Series. The webinars will be presented monthly and are free to attend. Attorneys who want CLE credit for attending will be billed $3.50 per credit hour by the State Bar. Use this link to register for all webinars in the series and attend any that are of interest.
Dr. Maher “Max” Noureddine is molecular geneticist with extensive background in scientific research in human genetics and expertise in DNA forensics. He earned his Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He then completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Duke University Medical Center (The Center for Human Genetics), where he published many articles on the genetics of Parkinson Disease and other human genetic disorders. His expertise includes specialized training in complex genomics, DNA fingerprinting, mitochondrial genome analysis, Single Nucleotide Polymorphism studies, and state of the art methodologies in gene structure and function studies. Currently, as a recognized forensic DNA expert and President of the forensics consulting company ForensiGen, LLC, Dr. Noureddine provides services and expert consultation to law professionals on DNA and serology evidence in criminal and civil cases, as well as consulting services to the public in the area of genetic testing.