Heather Miller Coyle, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Plant Biology, University of New Hampshire, 1994
M.S., Plant Science, University of New Hampshire, 1989
B.S., In Vitro Cell Biology, SUNY Plattsburgh, 1986
Recently Published Books and Articles
H. Miller Coyle. 2021. Quality Control Measures in Short Tandem Repeat (STR) Analysis. H. Ranjan-Dash et al. (Eds.), Handbook of DNA Profiling. Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 17pp.
J. Liang, H. Miller Coyle. 2020. A SINE-Based qPCR Assay for Simultaneous Human and Dog DNA Detection & Quantification. BioTechniques.(www.future-science.com/doi/10.2144/btn-2020-0144).
K. Tupper, V. Feliciano, H. Miller Coyle. 2019. An Engaging Lesson Model for Biological Evidence Collection Training for DNA. Journal of Forensic Science Education. 1: 5pp.
H. Miller Coyle. 2019. Skin Biology for the Forensic Scientist. Journal of Forensic Science Education. 1: 1-2.
H. Miller Coyle, 2019. DNA Mixture Interpretation: Effect of the Hypothesis on the Likelihood Ratio. International Research Journal of Computer Science. 6(9): 672-675.
R. Whiting, H. Miller Coyle. 2019. Haplotype Analysis for Irish Ancestry. Forensic Sciences Research, DOI: 10.1080/20961790.2019.1639881
L. Reimer, S. Tardiff, J. Valoroso, R. Whiting, H. Miller Coyle. 2019. Cataloging an Early American: A Question of Ancestry. Evidence Technology Magazine. Spring issue: available at www.evidencemagazine.com.
H. Payne, H. Miller Coyle. 2018. Saliva & Detergent – Exploring Detergents that Contain Amylase and Assessing their Detection by the Phadebas Tube Test. Evidence Technology Magazine. Summer issue: available at www.evidencemagazine.com.
K. Baylor, H. Miller Coyle. 2017. Forensic Botany (Chapter 21). A. Amorim, B. Budowle (Eds). In: Handbook of Forensic Genetics: Biodiversity and Heredity in Civil and Criminal Investigation. (Volume 2 of Security Science and Technology). World Scientific Publishing Europe Ltd (Singapore).
A. Kirby, J. Chance-Johnson, H. Miller Coyle. 2017. The Effect of the Analytical Threshold on the Loss and Gain of Data from Single Source and Mixed DNA Samples. International Research Journal of Computer Science. 4(8): 50-55.
K.B. Watters, H. Miller Coyle. 2016. Forensic Statistical Tool (FST): A Probabilistic Genotyping Software Program for Human Identification. Jurimetrics. 56(2): 183-195.
Coyle HM. 2015. Touch DNA in A Complicated Alleged Child Abuse Case. Austin Journal of Forensic Science and Criminology. 2(5): 1042.
H. Miller Coyle. 2015. Quality Control and Duplication for Concordance in Forensic DNA Samples: Implications for Interpretation of Mixtures. International Research Journal of Computer Science. 2(6): 16-18.
H. Miller Coyle. 2015. Sources Of Computational Error In Probabilistic Genotyping Software Used For DNA Mixture Interpretation. International Research Journal of Computer Science. 2(5): 12-16.
J. Miles, H. Miller Coyle. 2015. Quality Control and Transfer of Touch DNA in Fingerprinting Methods. Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists (NEAFS) Newsletter. 40(3): 38-43.
M. Hazell-Smithen, T. Callahan, H. Miller Coyle. 2014. Touch DNA And The Ability To Detect The Correct Source. International Journal of Advanced Technology and Science. 1 (1): 45-51.
K. Baylor, H. Miller Coyle. 2014. Cold Case Homicide with Paternity as an Investigative Lead (People of State Of New York v. Robert Symonds, Jr.). Journal of Forensic Research and Criminal Studies. 1:102.
K. Curtis, H. Miller Coyle. 2014. Development of a Quantitative Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) Assay for Plant Species. Journal of Forensic Research and Criminal Studies. 1: 104.
H. Miller Coyle. 2012. The Importance of Scientific Evaluation of Biological Evidence – Data from Eight Years of Case Review. Science & Justice, Doi: 10.1016/J.Scijus.2012.01.002.
P. Massey, P. Valentin, H. Miller Coyle. 2012. Botany and Bodies – Forensic Science Applications to the Crime Scene. J. Roberts, N. Marquez-Grant (Eds). In: Forensic Ecology: From Crime Scene to Court. Wiley-Blackwell (UK).
L. Allgeier, J. Hemenway, N. Shirley, T. LaNier, H. Miller Coyle. 2011. Field testing of collection cards for Cannabis sativa samples with a single hexanucleotide DNA marker. J. Forensic Science. 56: 1245-1249.
C.-L. Lee, H. Miller Coyle and H.C. Lee. 2007. Genetic analysis of individual seeds by amplified fragment length polymorphism method. Croat. Med. J. 48: 563-565.
H. Miller Coyle and T. Palmbach. 2007. Forensic Botany: plants as evidence in criminal cases. In: Forensic DNA Analyses, Editor: Dr. Dragan Primorac, Ministry of Science, Education and Sports, Republic of Croatia.
C.-L. Lee, H. Miller Coyle, T. M. Palmbach, I. C. Hsu and H.C. Lee. 2006. DNA analysis of ingested tomato and pepper seeds. American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 27(2):121-125.
Editor (2005-2007)-Editor and co-author of a book entitled "Non-Human DNA Testing: Principles and Applications", c. 2007, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Editor (2004-2005)-Editor and co-author of a book entitled "Forensic Botany: Principles and Applications", c. 2005, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.