PHA 6853 Biological Evidence and Serology
This course is structured to provide the basic concepts of forensic serology as it applies to the collection, preservation and testing of biological evidence. Each module will be supplemented with figures, animations, and links to appropriate websites that will provide the materials necessary for course completion. This course will use an ongoing case study to reinforce concepts and to combine individual topics covered in each module. Grades will be based on performance on the assignments accompanying each module, as well as online quizzes. Other activities will include online discussions of course topics and current issues that relate to forensic serology and biological evidence.
Please review our recommended course order.
|Module 1||Crime Scene Investigation – Biological Evidence|
|Module 2||Processing Biological Evidence|
|Module 3||Laboratory Analysis of Biological Evidence (Blood)|
|Module 4||Laboratory Analysis of Biological Evidence (Semen and Other Biological Evidence)|
|Module 5||Species of Origin and Serology Separation Techniques|
|Module 6||Introduction to Blood Spatter|
|Module 7||Introduction to DNA Analysis|
|Module 8||Court Room Testimony|
Forensic Science: An Introduction to Scientific and Investigative Techniques, Fourth Edition (Hardcover)
Author: Stuart H. James, Jon J. Nordby Ph.D., Suzanne Bell
Publisher: CRC; 4th edition (January 13, 2014)
CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group LLC, Routledge
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Boca Raton FL 33487
United States of America
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Criminalistics: An Introduction to Scientific and Investigative Techniques,
Author: Richard Saferstein
Publisher: Prentice Hall College Div;
10th Edition (1/13/2010)
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