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BPS Research Seminar: "Forensic Touch DNA: Theory and Considerations"

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm, October 24, 2018

Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences presents: Research Seminar

“Forensic Touch DNA:  Theory and Considerations”

Ray Wickenheiser, DPS
Director of the New York State Police Crime Laboratory System
Forensic Investigation Center
Albany, NY

October 24, 2018 (Wednesday)
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Room 134-3 COP/Room E226 ROCKFORD
833 S. Wood Street
Chicago, IL

Abstract:  Forensic Touch DNA is the transfer of DNA bearing biological materials via the hands to substrates associated with the commission of a crime.  Development of a DNA profile from biological material provides associations that provide valuable investigative leads to help solve crimes.  A case scenario will be presented to highlight the use and issues with touch DNA.  Touch DNA forensic applications, theory of transfer and limitations will be discussed, including research collaborations currently ongoing with University of Illinois at Chicago Dr. Ashley Hall and her students.  Potential for forensic research in a number of other forensic applications will also be presented.

Event Details

Location: UIC College of Pharmacy
Room: 134-3 COP/E226 Rockford
Address:
833 S. Wood Street
Chicago, IL

Sponsor: Biopharmaceutical Sciences, Department of

Contact Name: Biopharmaceutical Sciences
Contact Email: tkuzmis@uic.edu
Contact Phone: 3129960888

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Date Posted: Fri, Oct 5
Date Updated: Fri, Oct 5

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