Mark your calendar for Friday, April 12, and join Mayo Clinic Laboratories and Mayo Clinic's Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology for their 9th Annual Forensic Science Symposium in Rochester, Minnesota. This symposium will cover a wide range of topics, including water-related search and rescue, water-related deaths, firearms examination, deaths related to alcohol consumption, electrocution, huffing, and others.
Explore a diverse range of topics, from water-related search and rescue to firearms examination, at this exclusive symposium. Dive deep into real-world case studies covering deaths related to alcohol consumption, electrocution, huffing, and more. Participants will also have the opportunity to attend breakout sessions on search and rescue, firearms, and K9 units for hands-on learning.
Loralie Langman, Ph.D., explains the difference between chain of custody and clinical toxicology testing. Chain of custody is a process used for toxicology testing when the results might have legal implications for the individual tested. Clinical toxicology testing is used for routine medical care. Mayo Clinic Laboratories offers a full range of clinical and forensic toxicology testing.