Ph.D., The Graduate Center/CUNY, 2012
M.Phil., The Graduate Center/CUNY, 2011
MA, John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY, 2010
MS, John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY, 2007
MA, New York University, 2003
BA, Northwestern University, 2000
Professor Kammrath's research interests include uniting microscopy with spectroscopy, the identification and characterization of microscopic samples of forensic interest, and the statistical analysis of pattern and impression evidence.
Weinger, B., Reffner, J.A., De Forest, P.R. (2009). Rapid, Reliable and Reviewable
Mineral Identification with Infrared Microprobe Analysis. In Criminal and Environmental
Soil Forensics, Ritz, K. (Ed.), Dawson, L. (Ed.), and Miller, D. (Ed.), Springer.
Weinger, B.A., Leary, P.E. and Reffner, J.A. (2009). Analysis of Minerals Using Linearly Polarized Infrared Microspectroscopy. Microscopy and Microanalysis, 15 (Suppl. 2), pp 1140-1141.
Weinger, B., Reffner, J.A. and De Forest, P.R. (July 2009). A Novel Approach to the Examination of Soil Evidence: Mineral Identification Using Infrared Microprobe Analysis. J Forensic Sci. Vol. 4, No. 4, pp 851-856.
Reffner, J.A., Weinger, B.A. and Leary, P.E. (2008). Infrared Microprobe Analysis of Minerals Using Internal Reflection Spectroscopy. Microscopy and Microanalysis, 14 (Suppl. 2), pp 1288-1289.