Join the ASFO Online

Thank you for considering joining the ASFO. The organization is open to anyone with an interest in forensic dentistry and we look forward to welcoming you. As a member you will have access to our back catalogue of newsletters, you can register to attend our annual meeting and purchase the ASFO Manual at a reduced rate. The current annual fee is $100 ($85 Membership + $15 for the Virtual Meeting). The dues year is Feb. 1-Jan. 31 of the following year. Payment is processed through PayPal and you don’t need to have a PayPal account. Once you have completed your payment you will receive instant access to the members area. (Note: the dues year purchased and current calendar must match for member center access.)

Please make sure that you enter a correct email account as your password will be emailed to you. Once you have signed in, please take the time to enter all of your details using the members control panel and you may wish to change your password to something more memorable. If you have any questions about the ASFO please visit the FAQs section of the site or use the “Contact Us” page.

To proceed to to register for membership, just click the Add to cart button below for 2021 Membership Dues.

If you are a student and wish to apply for the reduced fees, please use the student registration form.

Membership is $85

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2021 Annual Membership Dues + Virtual Meeting

$100.00

Dues for the 2021 Fiscal year – (Feb. 1, 2021 to Jan. 31, 2022).  Also includes access to 2021 Scientific Program (Virtual Annual Meeting)

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Dues: $100.  Includes Annual Dues of $85 and $15 for Member access to the 2021 Scientific Program.

President-Elect and Program Chair Dr. Phyllis Ho has put together the following program and speakers:

 

See full agenda here.

 

Dr. John Berketa, ” Stabilization and Recovery of Incinerated Dental Remains”

 

Sean Daly, NYPD Detective, NYPD SCUBA Team. “NYC SCUBA Diving for Evidence Recovery

Public Safety diving in NYC for Search and Rescue, Evidence Recovery, and Counter Terrorism.”

 

Andrea Zaferes, Team Lifeguards Systems, Inc.:” Body-Found-in-Water Death & Abuse Investigation: When Water is used as a Weapon Why a standardized, scientific approach is needed”

 

Mr. A. Rodney Rocha, NASA engineer for the Columbia Shuttle : “NASA Forensics’ Applied to the Post-Accident Investigation of Mission STS-107, Space Shuttle Columbia”

 

Pending: A 9/11-WTC Responder Panel Discussion.

 

The Program will be a ZOOM presentation. Dates and times in February 2021 are still being finalized.  The program will be recorded to be available on the ASFO Member Only potion of the website for those who are unable to view the presentations when aired.  Online Member Only Access will expire 30 days after the presentation.

Only PAID members will have access to the program.