We are very proud of the success of our alumni, and this is highlighted through the career paths undertaken by our students. Around 70%* of our graduates are working in state, private or government forensic science laboratories. Other students have opted for careers in academia, have gone onto further education, law enforcement and other related career paths. * Based on 76% response rate.
Today the second year MSFS students participated in their Moot Court class in conjunction with the Center for Forensic Science Research & Education. Earlier this week, the students received training on providing expert witness testimony and then presented a mock case that they had previously prepared in earlier coursework. Thank you to the Montgomery County District Court House for letting us use their facilities!
This week Forensic Science Faculty member Dr. Shane Tobe and recent MSFS alumna Margret Potoczniak published an article titled “Using synthetic oligonucleotides as standards in probe-based qPCR” in the journal Biotechniques. Click the link below to learn more!