Join our experts as they go in-depth on dental identification work. They look at everything from working with INTERPOL on mass disasters, to the cold case known as The Woman from Ice Valley.

Join our webinar with Associate Professor Sigrid Kvaal and NIOM Senior Scientist Simen Kopperud, on Monday April 27th.

Real cases

Our host Simen Kopperud is a dentist and forensic odontologist with the Norwegian Armed Forces, as well as a Senior Scientist at NIOM. He is joined by Associate Professor Sigrid Kvaal, who has been in the field for more than 30 years.

Kvaal has worked on most major disasters, like the Scandinavian Star and the 2004 Tsunami. She has also worked many cold cases, and will talk about other aspects of forensic odontology as well.

Showing how it is done

The pair will take us through how an examination is perfomed, with the help of an actual skull. We see the real-life forms, and learn the lingo.

They will also answer questions like “how can dental biomaterials contribute to identification of human remains?” and “what challenges comes with the caries free generation?”

Watch live for Q&A and education points

The webinar airs three times, at 12.00. 17.00 and 20.00. (Oslo time) on the 27th. If you watch live, you are eligible for continuing education points. (We do the registering for you).

After the webinar you may join the live Q&A and ask your own questions directly to our experts.

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How to join

Register, and you will receive a link on the same day as the webinar airs. If for some reason you are not able to watch it live, you may tune into our Youtube channel later. Alle previous webinars are posted there a few days after the original airing.