Claire L. Glynn, Ph.D.
Ph.D., National University of Ireland
B.S., Limerick Institute of Technology
PB.A., National University of Ireland
Dr. Glynn' s research interests are forensic biology focused, to include body fluid identification, DNA degradation, and RNA analysis. This includes the development and utilization of novel molecular markers, such as microRNAs, for the characterization of body fluid types in forensic applications. In addition, Dr. Glynn has a keen interest in pattern and impression evidence.
Recently Published Articles
Glynn CL, Khan, Sonja, Kerin, Michael J., Dwyer, Roisin M. Isolation of secreted microRNAs (miRNAs) from Cell-conditioned Media. MicroRNA. 2013;2(1):14-9.
Waters PS, Dwyer RM, Brougham C, Glynn CL, Wall D, Hyland P, Duignan M, McLoughlin M, Newell J, Kerin MJ. Impact of tumour epithelial subtype on circulating microRNAs in breast cancer patients. PloS one. 2014;9(3):e90605.
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