Mass Identifications,
Edition 1 Statistical Methods in Forensic Genetics
By Daniel Kling, Thore Egeland, Andreas Tillmar and Lourdes Prieto

Publication Date: 22 Apr 2021
Mass Identifications: Statistical Methods in Forensic Genetics summarizes the state-of-the-art in the field, including methods and recent development in genetics (sequencing). The book's authors focus on practical applications and implementation, helping readers determine how to approach the problem to identify individuals using DNA and statistically summarize evidence. Written by leading experts in the field for forensic scientists, geneticists, forensic anthropologists, and pathologists working with identifications, the book is ideal for scientists and practitioners in many areas.

Key Features

  • Focuses on methods, challenges and solutions in DVI cases
  • Covers the use of DNA databases searches and the statistical evaluation of genetic comparisons
  • Includes exercises at the end of the book
About the author
By Daniel Kling, National Board of Forensic Medicine, Link€oping, Sweden Oslo University Hospital, Department of Forensic Sciences, Oslo, Norway; Thore Egeland, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Oslo, Norway; Andreas Tillmar, National Board of Forensic Medicine, Link€oping, Sweden Link€oping University, Link€oping, Sweden and Lourdes Prieto, Forensic Science Institute, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain Comisaria General de Policia Cientifica, Madrid, Spain
Book details
ISBN: 9780128184233
Page Count: 202
Retail Price : £97.99
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Forensic Scientists, Forensic Anthropologists, Forensic Pathologists, and Geneticists.