Amy Brodeur

Associate Program Director of Biomedical Forensic Sciences Assistant Professor,  Anatomy & Neurobiology

  • Title Associate Program Director of Biomedical Forensic Sciences
    Assistant Professor,  Anatomy & Neurobiology
  • Office 72 E. Concord St Housman (R) Boston MA 02118
  • Phone 617-358-0899
  • Education MS, George Washington University

Associate Program Director of Biomedical Forensic Sciences
Assistant Professor,  Anatomy & Neurobiology

Research Interests & Expertise:
Sperm retention/transfer on washed items of evidence
Recovery of epithelial cells from clothing and handled items
Detection of saliva stains on skin

Use of ninhydrin for semen detection
Optimization of blood screening methods for subsequent DNA analysis
Detection of blood and semen on burned items
Collection methods for trace biological samples
Development of a tinted superglue for fuming white or light colored surfaces
Effects of saliva on spermatozoa.

Websites:
BUSM Profile
Biomedical Forensic Sciences Faculty
Forensics Colleges

Departments & Programs:
Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology

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