Please Note : Program subject to change
Bode 2021 Virtual Forensic DNA Conference
May 4-5, 2021
Bode’s forensic DNA conferences highlight impact, challenges, new technologies, and best practices from industry leaders to educate on forensic identification and law enforcement investigations. Our virtual event includes an environment that enables attendees and speakers to engage on a wide-range of topics and network to share ideas.
Bode invites you to share your expertise and innovation on the topic of: “Prevent Tomorrow’s Victim.”
DNA has a significant impact on improving public safety. Demand for testing is increasing as we clear backlogs and test cases faster. DNA technology is now more accessible than ever through technological advances in rapid DNA and forensic genealogy, and remains essential to criminal investigations.
Solving these cases is critical and offers answers to victims of crimes, but we also know that the more we can do, the better opportunity we have to prevent crime – and Prevent Tomorrow’s Victim.
Call for Speakers
Share your expertise and innovation on the topic of "Prevent Tomorrow's Victim."
We are seeking a wide array of topics that are innovative, engaging, inspiring and informative.
Please email the following information to email@example.com by March 1, 2021 (for the Virtual Conference) and by June 1, 2021 (for the In-Person Conference) for consideration.
Title of Presentation
Bode 2021 Virtual Program Overview
The 2021 virtual program will include 2 days of high-level presentations, workshops and roundtable discussions, all for one fee of $165:
Multi-Disciplinary Program: Advancements, policy and impact for crime labs, law enforcement and attorneys
Advanced Breakout Sessions: Best practices and current issues relating to advanced DNA training, new technologies and investigations
The virtual event will grant attendees access to our sponsors and their experts who are excited to share valuable information regarding their available technologies, as well as networking opportunities with other attendees including a virtual customer event.
Unique and Interactive Program
The virtual environment will allow our attendees, speakers, and sponsors to engage and share ideas.
Live Question and Answer Sessions
Most presentation sessions are 1-hour with an estimated 45 minutes of presentation content, followed by
a moderated question and answer session. All content will be available on demand for 90 days after the
Continue the Conversation
Upon the completion of each talk, our presenters and attendees will be encouraged to visit the Networking Lounge and/or the Exhibit Hall to continue the discussion.
Detailed Program Coming Soon!
Information Coming Soon for the In-Person
Annual Forensic DNA Conference:
October 19-22, 2021 - Denver, CO