MALAYSIAN SOCIETY OF PARASITOLOGY AND TROPICAL MEDICINE. Registration. Registration Fees : The fee is RM 450.00 per person. The fee includes study materials , coffee breaks and lunches.
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AND TROPICAL MEDICINE
Registration Fees : The fee is RM 450.00 per person. The fee includes study materials , coffee breaks and lunches.
Online ‘Registration Form’ can be downloaded from the MSPTM website. Completed forms to be sent via email attachment to the Secretariat. Pre-registered participants will receive a confirmation by e-mail as soon as the registration form and payment are received by the Secretariat.
FORENSIC ENTOMOLOGY WORKSHOP
Sign up early to ensure your place. Only 30 places available. The selection of participants will be based on a first come first served basis.
Completed registration forms to be sent via email attachment and payment by LPO or cheque posted to:
The Secretariat (Attn: Mr Chin Hoe)
Medical Entomology Unit, Institute For Medical Research, Jalan Pahang, 50588 Kuala Lumpur
E-mail : email@example.com OR
LAST DATE FOR REGISTRATION
25 February 2009
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Who Should Attend
This course is designed for forensic investigators including crime scene investigators and forensic pathologists. Also for entomologists, researchers and post graduate students.
11-12 March 2009
Medical Entomology Unit,
Institute For Medical Research,
For more info: www.msptm.org
Forensic Entomology (FE) had its history way back in 13th century & began gaining more importance in today’s world. Forensic Entomology is the use of the insects, and their arthropod relatives that inhabit decomposing remains to aid legal investigations.
Today forensic entomology, which is one of the most well-established areas of forensic biology, is regularly used to estimate postmortem interval and locate decomposition sites
It is timely that the MSPTM and IMR takes the lead to train more personnel in this important field.Such training not only will impart new advances on participants, but will also help to standardize the practices of FE, rendering it a respectful discipline of biomedical science and also setting the bench mark of good practices.
Advisor : Dr Lokman Hakim Sulaiman
Technical : Dr Lee Han Lim
Chairperson : Dr Nazni Wasi Ahmad
Secretary : Mr Heo Chong Chin
Treasurer : Ms Rozilawati Harun
: Mr Azahari Abd Hadi
Technical : Mr Mohd Noor Ibrahim
: Mr Abdullah Abd Ghani
: Mr Chen Chee Dhang
Secretariat : Ms Sadiyah Ibrahim
: Ms Tan Swee Beng
: Ms Heah Sock Kiang
: Ms Yeong Yze Shiuan
: Ms Norazlina A. Halim
: Mr John Jeffery
knowledge of FE to participants
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