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The ISFO strives to hold a mock dental forensic drill on an alternating year basis, essentially the "odd" numbered years. As a supplement to the less frequent meetings, the ISFO Newsletter is published twice yearly. A portion of the ISFO Newsletter includes the presentation of an ID case or a bite mark case, in addition to other useful information for the ISFO membership. It is the suggestion of the ISFO that each member stay constantly on the lookout for continuing education courses in which he/she may have interest. It would be impossible for this web site to stay on top of all of the CE courses that are being presented. Please use the link resources below as a source for finding quality Continuing Education Courses/Meetings to further your education and skills in Forensic Odontology.

The Indiana Society of Forensic Odontology meets once each year. The ISFO meeting occasionally coincides with the Indiana Dental Association's Annual Meeting; Occasionally, the ISFO meeting is held at a different time. The ISFO strives to hold a mock dental forensic drill on an alternating year basis, essentially the "odd" numbered years. As a supplement to the less frequent meetings, the ISFO Newsletter is published twice yearly. A portion of the ISFO Newsletter includes the presentation of an ID case or a bite mark case, in addition to other useful information for the ISFO membership. It is the suggestion of the ISFO that each member stay constantly on the lookout for continuing education courses and Meetings in which he/she may have interest. It would be impossible for this web site to stay on top of all of the CE courses and meetings that are being presented. Please use the link resources below as a source for finding quality Continuing Education Courses/Meetings to further your education and skills in Forensic Odontology.

There are yearly meetings of at least three other forensic organizations. Many forensic dentists are also members of national and/or international organizations such as the American Academy of Forensic Science (AAFS), the American Society of Forensic Odontology (ASFO) or the American Board of Forensic Odontology (ABFO). Membership in the American Board of Forensic Odontology (ABFO) is reserved for those forensic dentists who wish to commit the time to complete all the requirements of the organization to become diplomats (DABFO). Requirements are extensive and to date there are only 49 board certified Forensic Odontologists in the U.S. For further information on the above organizations, please refer to the resource links given below.