TIAFT was established in London on April 21, 1963. The establishing meeting chose Dr. E.C.G. Clarke (UK) as President, Dr. Alan S. Curry (UK) as Secretary, Dr. Ian Holden (UK) as Treasurer and Dr. Fred Rieders (USA) as Newsletter Editor. The main pamphlet was altered in November 1963 by Rieders, and from the earliest starting point it bore the name "Announcement of the International Association of Forensic Toxicologists ". It was a 3-page A4 size blue soul copied handout which contained four case notes. The investigative strategies depended much on TLC, spectrophotometry and spot tests. The primary note was by L.W. Bradford (USA) giving exhortation on the best way to adjust UV spectro-photometers with mercury vapour.
These days, TIAFT includes around 2000 individuals from all locales of the world who are effectively occupied with explanatory toxicology or unified zones. The points of this affiliation are to advance collaboration and coordination of endeavors among individuals and to energize research in measurable toxicology. TIAFT individuals originate from the police power, restorative analysts and coroners' research centers, horseracing and sports doping labs, healing facilities, divisions of lawful medication, pharmacology, drug store and toxicology.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences