Investigate UF’s Upcoming Animal Forensic Investigations Conference in May

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With animal cruelty cases demanding rigorous evidence collection to bring perpetrators to justice, the field of veterinary forensic sciences has a critical role in the legal system. To give law enforcement agencies, veterinary professionals, and other animal advocates access to the latest investigative research, the University of Florida’s Veterinary Forensic Sciences Laboratory will host the first annual Animal Forensic Investigations Conference on May 20–22, in Gainesville at the Hilton University Conference Center. Spearheaded by Dr. Adam Stern, a leading professor of forensic pathology with the UF College of Veterinary Medicine, the conference will focus on three distinct perspectives: the veterinarian, the investigator, and the attorney.

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