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DNA databases, PCR Analysis, STR Analysis, Mitochondrial Anyalysis

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  • Advice About a Career In Forensic Science - What does it take to become a forensic scientist, medical examiner, or crime scene technician? Florida State University professor Dale Nute has answers, with real, to the point descriptions of the jobs themselves, and clear directions about the right kinds of academic preparation for career positions in forensic science disciplines.
  • CCI Courses - Biology, chemistry, toxicology, crime scene, firearms, impression evidence, microscopy and trace programs at The California Criminalistics Institute, Sacramento, CA.
  • Crime Scene Investigation - Crime scene investigation resources, training, articles and related links in the United States.
  • Department of Forensic Sciences - Faculty overview, including photographs of equipments and facilities, curriculum, staff contacts, FAQ, admission details for Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, GWU, Washington DC.
  • Education in Forensic Science - Training guidance before you take the plunge into qualifying for a career in forensics from two forensic DNA consultant's who teach at UC, Berkley, CA.
  • Forensic Art Training and Services: Stuart Parks Forensic Associates - Stuart Parks teaches classes in Composite Drawing throughout the nation, at the invitation of hosting agencies. Upon completion of our basic training, <strong>Composite Drawing for Law Enforcement</strong>, participants are able to draw composites for their agency immediately. In addition to training, we offer forensic services: composite drawing, crime scene sketching, image modification and other forensic art.
  • Forensic Science and Drug Monitoring - Syllabus of the University of London's one year full-time MSc at Kings College, Westminster, UK.
  • Forensic Science Technology - Program is designed to provide credentialed accountants with both the skills required for financial investigation and litigation consulting, at British Columbia Institute of Technology, Burnaby, Canada.
  • Graduate Program in Forensic Sciences - Master of Forensic Sciences Administration program for management of forensic-related organizations, and M.S. program for research in a particular discipline held by Forensic Sciences Department, OSU Center for Health Sciences, Tulsa, OK.
  • Imprimus Forensic Services - Forensic consulting services for civil cases and customized police training in crime scene investigations, biological evidence, forensic photography and footwear and tire track evidence at Arlington Heights, IL.
  • Marshall University Forensic Science Center: Masters in Forensic Science - Marshall University's program prepares graduates for careers in several forensic science disciplines. There is both a teaching and research emphasis in DNA technologies and toxicology.
  • National Center for Forensic Science - Offers education and training in physical, digital and biological evidence, research projects aiming to meet the current and future needs of the forensic science and law for the NIJ at University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.
  • National Crime Investigation & Training - Training in physical evidence collection, preservation, interpretation, and crime investigation at Redding, CA.
  • National Training Centre - Primarily for scientific support to UK police officers. Recently relocated from the city to Harperley Hall, County Durham, UK.
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Forensic Science - Information and application as PDF download from La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia.
  • Virginia Institute of Forensic Science and Forensic Medicine - Non-profit provider of forensic training for law enforcement/medical/legal professionals, our forensic education program's stipended fellowships train scientists in forensic science and medicine disciplines including pathology, trace evidence, latent prints and controlled substances.
  • Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Fellowship in Forensic Pathology - This forensic education program prepares MDs to be forensic pathologists through post-doctoral fellowships. During the one year fellowship, 6-8 autopsies are performed each week, participation in local, regional and national forensic conferences and seminars is supported, and authorship of a paper is required.

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