Welcome to the Laboratory for Forensic Technology Development & Integration
Innovating methods to simplify the interpretation of low-level signal obtained from complex environments
We are developing methods for rapid and automated identification of individuals using Massive Parallel Sequencing (MPS), Probabilistic Genotyping, Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) and Single-Cell analysis. By applying sound bio-analytical and statistical principles, we optimize signal acquired within the single-molecule regime and engineer computational systems that appropriately interpret these signals.
Dr. Grgicak joins the Editorial Board of Electrophoresis, a scientific journal dedicated to topics that include new or improved analytical and preparative methods, sample preparation, development of theory, and innovative applications of electrophoretic and liquid phase separations methods in the study of nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates natural products, pharmaceuticals, food analysis, environmental species and other …
Rutgers University’s Office of Research Commercialization has set up an express non-commercial, evaluation/academic license portal for ValiDNA, the forensic software that includes NOCIt, CEESIt, ReSOLVIt and CleanIt.