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Innovating methods to simplify the interpretation of low-level nucleic acid signal obtained from complex environments



LFTDI Student Madison Mulcahy awarded travel grant to present at ISFG 2022

M.S. Chemistry student, Madison Mulcahy awarded the Dean’s Graduate Travel Grant to present her work on precision forensic DNA analysis at the Congress of the International Society for Forensic Genetics in Sept 2022. Her presentation titled “Grouped and ungrouped single-cell electropherograms enable precision DNA interpretation: Relevancy and legitimacy of single-cell forensics” will show the benefits …

Nidhi Sheth to Present Precision Forensic DNA at ISFG Sept 2022

Nidhi Sheth (Ph.D. Computational and Integrative Biology) will present her findings on “A forensically relevant unsupervised learning approach that accurately clusters single-cell electropherograms” at this year’s Conference of the International Society for Forensic Genetics.