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Adamowicz, Michael (full)
Michael
S.
Adamowicz
Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice & Forensic Sciences
Forensic Science
203-479-4598
DODD404B
Dodds Hall
Academic Credentials

    Education

    B.S., University of Illinois, 1987
    Ph.D., University of Nebraska, 1993 

    Recently Published Books and Articles

    B. Budowle, et al. 2005. Twelve Short Tandem Repeat Loci Y Chromosome Haplotypes: Genetic Analysis on Populations Residing in North America. Forensic Science International. 150:1-15.

    B.E. Krenke, et al. 2005. Validation of a Male-specific, 12 –locus Fluorescent Short Tandem Repeat (STR) Multiplex. Forensic Science International. 148:1-14.

    C.A. Scherczinger, et al. 2000. Allele Frequencies for the CODIS Core STR Loci in Connecticut Populations. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 45:938-940.

    Other

    Professor Adamowicz's research interests are in the areas of how human DNA degrades in different types of tissues and environments, how to improve the recovery of degraded human DNA, and microbial forensics.