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Dr. Bruce McCord, the Associate Director of IFRI has been ranked as one of the top 15 DNA Analyst Professors. The ranking done by the website Forensic Colleges was done based on Research Undertaken, Practical Experience outside of academia and Publications in the area of DNA analytical techniques.
IFRI Students take top prizes at the 2014 FIU Biomedical and Comparative Immunology Symposium.
IFRI doctoral student Kelley Peters is revolutionizing on-site explosives detection techniques with a new, simple, fast and inexpensive technology for first responders.
A research project from IFRI that combines canines and aerial drones was featured at the inaugural eMerge Americas Techweek conference on Miami Beach.
FIU Researchers Show Value of qPCR to Evaluate PCR Inhibition, Improve STR Amplification
IFRI faculty Ken Furton and Jose Almirall have been appointed to National Forensic Scientific Adviso
IFRI faculty (and FIU Provost) Ken Furton and Jose Almirall (IFRI Director) have both been appointed to new Scientific Advisory Committees by NIST. These national committees (Crime Scene/Death Investigation for Dr. Furton and Chemistry/Instrumental Analysis for Dr. Almirall) will help guide the future of research and application in the forensic sciences in the U.S.