Introduction

2022 National Forensic Science Week FTCoE Student Research Poster Session

2022 National Forensic Science Week FTCoE Student Research Poster Session

Overview

Thursday, September 22, 2022 | Posters will be available at 1:00 PM Eastern

Welcome to our virtual poster session! As fall semester begins and in honor of National Forensic Science Week (September 18-24, 2022), the Forensic Technology Center of Excellence (FTCoE) would like to highlight student research in the forensic sciences! The FTCoE is grateful for all the universities, faculty, and students who took the time to prepare poster presentations for submission to this year’s event. We recognize your hard work, and we are here to celebrate and learn from your research.

National Forensic Science Week recognizes the contribution that forensic science makes to the criminal justice system. It is an opportunity to celebrate academic programs, forensic professionals, and scientific research in the various forensic disciplines. Throughout the week, the FTCoE will be engaging with the community to bolster our presence and to highlight the impact that forensic science has in the world! Subscribe to the FTCoE Newsletter and follow @ForensicCOE on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter to stay up to date on news and events. Stay tuned for everything that the FTCoE has to offer for this year's National Forensic Science Week!

Posters

The following posters will be available to view:

Effects of Improper Ammunition Storage

Victoria André
John Jay College of Criminal Justice 

Forensic Analysis of Automobile Paint Layers on Plastic Substrates Using Chemical Imaging µFTIR

Carly Clisham
University of Mississippi

Prevalence, Persistence, and Probabilistic Study of Inorganic and Organic Gunshot Residue in Shooter and Non-Shooter Populations

Korina Menking-Hoggatt, Ph.D.
West Virginia University

eDNA Detection of Lycorma delicatula Using Various Forensic Swabs via STR Analysis

Maeve Picariello
Duquesne University
 

DNA Integrity in Ionic Liquid with Indolizine Squaraine Dye

Ember Suh
University of Mississippi

Assessing the Enhancement of Blood Impressions from Fresh and Preserved Fetal Pig Skin using Inter- and Intra-observer Variability

Lauryn Zvoch, Monserrat Garcia-Mendez, & Alarie Hubert
Madonna University


Funding for this Forensic Technology Center of Excellence event has been provided by the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.

The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this event are those of the presenter(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. Department of Justice.

Contact us at ForensicCOE@rti.org with any questions and subscribe to our newsletter for notifications.


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