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Congratulations and a warm farewell to the Spring 2018 graduating Class of Graduate Students

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To see more photos of our graduates go to our 

Spring 2018 graduation album. 


This Spring the Forensic Science Program graduated 10 of its graduate students.  The BMB Department and Forensic Science Program would like to congratulate and give a warm farewell to the following students: Rachel Bonds, Casey Brown, Marcel Burton, Meaghan Dougher, Katherine Ferrari, Xia Shan Law, Jason Sanderson, Ryan Schonert, Swathi Murali and Kendra Prutton.  We wish you the best and know that you will represent Penn State well in all of your future endeavors.  We Are ... 

 

Shayna Gray presents at the Gordon Research Seminar

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Shayna Gray, a graduate student in the Forensic Science Program, recently presented at the Gordon Research Seminar.  Gray presented a poster, entitled “Determination of Human Identity Using Mosquito Blood Meals".

Gray works in the Roy Lab, under the direction of co-advisors Drs. Reena Roy and Scott Lindner.  She is a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology and is currently heading into her second year of graduate school.

Teresa Tiedge presents at the Gordon Research Seminar

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Teresa Tiedge, a graduate student in the Forensic Science Program, recently presented at the Gordon Research Seminar.  Tiedge presented a poster on Forensic Analysis of Human DNA, entitled “Sequencing DNA from Undeveloped and CTF-Developed Partial Bloody Fingerprints".

Tiedge works in the Roy Lab, under the direction of Dr. Reena Roy.  She is a graduate of West Virginia University and is currently heading into her second year of graduate school.

Swathi Murali attends Emirates International Forensics Conference

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Swathi Murali, a Graduate Student in the Forensic Science Program at Penn State University, attended the Emirates International Forensics Conference and presented her research on ‘Comparison of Drip and Contact Transfer Bloodstains on Fabrics’.

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