Peter Aspelin, Professor of Medical Radiology, Karolinska Institutet (Sweden)
Can a “sign or occult finding” predict a causal relationship ? “How to Reason about Possible Child Abuse”

Patrick Barnes, Professor of Pediatric Neuroradiology, Stanford University Medical Center
Child Abuse – Nonaccidental Injury (NAI) Abusive Head Trauma (AHT) – Medical Imaging: Issues and Controversies in the Era of Evidence-Based Medicine

Maria Cuellar, Ph.D. Student in Statistics and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
A Probabilistic Analysis of Short Fall Arguments in Legal Cases of Abusive Head Trauma

Steve Fienberg, Maurice Falk University Professor of Statistics and Social Science, Carnegie Mellon University
Evidence of Child Abuse: Inferring the Causes of Effects

Kate Judson, Innocence Network Fellow at University of Wisconsin Law
Bias, Subjectivity and Wrongful Convictions

Richard Leo, Hamill Family Chair Professor of Law and Social Psychology, University of San Francisco
Police Interrogation, False Confessions, and Alleged Child Abuse Cases

Sam Sommers, Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the Diversity and Intergroup Relations Lab, Tufts University, and Keith Maddox, Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the Social Cognition Lab, Tufts University
Implicit Bias in Daily Perceptions and Legal Judgments