Video interviews

In order to gain a better understanding of their research, we asked some of our speakers to provide us with a video interview covering their work, goals and inspiration. Please take a look at the short summaries below.

Dr. Antonio Alonso: High discrimination power of GlobalFiler™ kit impresses

National Institute of Toxicology and Forensic Sciences, Madrid, Spain
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Dr. Stefano Vernarrecci: How does the Italian National Police use QuantiFiler™ Trio kit?

Forensic Genetics Laboratory of Rome - Italian National Police
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Prof. Dr. Lutz Roewer: Highly sensitive Y-STR kits contribute to golden age of Y-genotyping

Institute of Legal Medicine, Forensic Genetics Department, Charité-University of Medicine, Berlin, Germany
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Prof. Jack Ballantyne, Ph.D.: Forensic labs should use Y-STR analysis in sexual assault cases

Professor, Department of Chemistry. Associate Director (Research)
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Prof. Dr. Manfred Kayser: Using Rapidly Mutating Y-STRs for Human Identification

Head of Department of Forensic Molecular Biology, Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam
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Prof. Dr. Bruce Budowle: Adopting NGS for forensics is not a paradigm shift

Professor, Executive Director of Institute of Applied Genetics
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Dr. Christopher Phillips: SNaPshot™ and Ion AmpliSeq™ assays on HID-Ion PGM™ System

Full-time researcher in the Forensic Genetics Unit, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
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Prof. Niels Morling, MD DMSc: We are in the future of NGS for forensics

Director of the Department of Forensic Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical Science, University of Copenhagen
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Prof. Walther Parson, Ph.D.: Vision for mtDNA sequencing by NGS for forensics

Institute of Legal Medicine, Austria
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Dr. SallyAnn Harbison: Things to consider before implementing NGS to routine forensic workflow

Institute of Environmental Science and Research Limited (ESR), Auckland, New Zealand
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