ANALYZING RESULTS OF FORENSIC DNA TESTS: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AS A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATHSPEAKER: DAN KRANE, Associate Professor, Wright State University Department of Biological Sciences
WHEN: February 11, 2004 (Wednesday), 6:00 - 7:30 PM
WHERE: Room 441, Dunbar Library, Wright State University, Dayton, OH
DESCRIPTION: Professor Krane will talk about the analysis of data captured in forensic DNA testing; the advantages of objective, automated review over human, biased review; and court cases involving problematic results of DNA testing. Professor Krane’s research interests are molecular evolution and how gene frequencies change over time in populations. He is co-developer of a technique for measuring genetic diversity.
COST: $3. MEMBERS: $2 (ASIS, SLA, AALL, GCLC, OPLIN, OCLC, MLA, CAHSLA,COHSLA, OHSLA); free for student or retired members. Please pay at the door. Refreshments will be served.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED: By 5 pm 02/10/2004
Please contact Jill Sellers at 937 865-6800 x54809 or firstname.lastname@example.org
DIRECTIONS to Dunbar Library
From CINCINNATI, take I-75 to I-675 toward Columbus; at the exit for Colonel Glenn and Wright Patterson AFB exit and bear right; at stop light turn left onto Colonel Glenn; turn left at the first Wright State entrance (first traffic light past Meijer at the Wendy’s restaurant).
From COLUMBUS, west on I-70; I-675 toward Cincinnati; exit at North Fairfield Road; north to Colonel Glenn; left on Colonel Glenn; right at the second Wright State entrance (across from Wendy’s).
Once on campus, bear right to Visitor Parking lot 6 and turn left. A campus map link follows:
At Dunbar Library you may purchase a parking permit for 1.00; escorts will take you to the meeting room.
- 6:00 - 6:30 Registration and social half-hour with refreshments of fruit, cheese and beverages.
- 6:30 - 7:30 Dan Krane