Anna Delaney, M.A. to Present at AAFS in February

Join the Forensic Science team at the American Academy of Forensic Science (AAFS) Annual Conference this February (19-24) in Denver, CO. The AAFS Annual Conference is the largest meeting of the year for the forensic science community – providing networking, collaboration and professional development for attendees. Join AAFS for their mission of “Promoting Justice for all and Integrity Through Forensic Science” to hear presentations and join workshops with forensic scientist across the globe.

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Adjunct Professor, Anna Delaney, M.A.

We are also excited to share that UF’s Forensic Science online graduate program Adjunct Professor, Anna Delaney, M.A., will be presenting on “New Jersey’s Top 10 Most Wanted: Anthony Mota Apprehended.”

Anna is a Forensic Anthropologist with the New Jersey State Police, Office of Forensic Science Forensic Anthropology Unit. Her career in the field of forensic started in 2004 with the New Jersey State Police; over the years she has worked in Mitochondrial DNA Lab, CODIS DNA Lab and has supervised the Forensic Anthropology Unit since 2017. Anna is also a guest lecturer for several New Jersey universities, The University of Florida and provides trainings for Law Enforcement Agencies. Anna also populates the NamUs database with information on New Jersey’s Unidentified and Missing Persons cases, modifies NCIC records for missing and unidentified and assists the New Jersey State Police Missing Persons Unit with retrieval of medical and dental information. Anna works closely with Forensic Odontologists, Medical Examiner’s Offices and local, state and federal agencies. Recently, she has been working on the remains found at the Red Bank Battlefield, Fort Mercer, Gloucester County, New Jersey since June 2022.

You can attend Anna’s presentation on Saturday, February 24, 2024 at 8 a.m. for one hour of CE.