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Meeting Chair: Dr Claire Gwinnett, PhD, PgDipHPE, PgCHPE, PgCRM, FHEA, BSc(Hons), Principal Lecturer and Researcher in Forensic and Crime Science, Forensic and Crime Science Department, Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent, UK
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DNA analysis is now a sufficiently sensitive technique to enable identification of an individual from an extremely small amount of biological material. Exhibits are routinely submitted to forensic laboratories for analysis of ‘touch DNA’, in order to link offenders to crime scenes. However, the analysis of minute amounts of DNA introduces additional interpretational challenges. The ability to identify the source and the relevance of a recovered DNA profile to the crime scene are not comprehensively understood. This talk will discuss the potential for transfer and persistence of DNA , and the degree to which this could cause problems in evidence interpretation.
Keywords: Forensic Anthropology, Anatomy, Identification, Identity, Emergent Identification Technologies, DNA, collection,storage, transportation, computed tomography, identification, logistics ,dental, mortuary, pathology, Post Mortem, autopsy, anti-mortem, DNA Profiling, Lineage markers, Ethics, AF447,Commingled remains, anthropology, DNA,osteology,forensic genetics; ethical, legal and social issues, Tape lifting, Fibres, Easylift, Trace Evidence, Podiatry, footwear, gait, bare footprints, behavioural analysis, comparative case analysis, forensic psychology, serial offenders, crime series, Forensic Gait Analysis, Evidence Base, blood stains, detection, age estimation, non contact, hyperspectral imaging, Forensic Fire Investigation, jewellery, forensics, identification, service design, knowledge exchange, Identification, Bite mark, 3-D, Incise Dental Scanner, Supranano, fingermarks, SALDI TOF MS, drug detection,
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