The CFSRE conducts research, development, and new technology assessment, and delivers educational and training services for the forensic science community and beyond. Our educational programs include short-term placement for visiting scholars and researchers; partnerships to deliver degree programs at area universities; and continuing professional development for forensic scientists, law enforcement, and legal professionals.

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YFSS – Young Forensic Scientist Scholarship

June 28, 2021 The Brazilian Academy of Forensic Sciences, the Center for Forensic Science Research & Education, and the Forensic Sciences Foundation have… Learn More

Becoming a Forensic Pathologist

May 28, 2021 As the United States begins to emerge from the worst of the pandemic, Alec looks back with three guests on… Learn More
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New Deadly Opioid Results in over 120 Deaths

November 23, 2020 Philadelphia PA.  A novel synthetic opioid named brorphine, with effects similar to fentanyl, is the latest  opioid drug to emerge on the… Learn More

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Two of our staff members, Thomas Walsh and Justina Nichols, presented posters this week at Promega's International Symposium on Human Identification. Congrats!

#Forensics #DNA #Biology #ISHI

The @NPS_issed (ISSED) has brought together industry leading subject matter experts and presenters for their upcoming LIVE and FREE webinar on September 16th, 2021. We are pleased and thrilled to have 3 presenters representing the CFSRE for this event. http://ow.ly/EmbG50Gavmd

The MiSeq FGx Sequencing System in our DNA/Bio Lab needs a name! This instrument by @VerogenBio is a next-generation sequencing (NGS) instrument developed and validated for forensic genomics.

Contest goes until Wed. at 5 pm and just put your name choice in the comments.

‼️ NEW PUBLICATION ALERT ‼️

We’re excited to share this new paper available now in @Clin_Tox … Respiratory failure in confirmed synthetic cannabinoid overdose

“This study demonstrates that SCs are associated with respiratory failure…”

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https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15563650.2021.1975734?src=

After over a decade of experience with #NPS, we know that drugs tend to rise and fall in popularity. Read about such effect for #isotonitazine and #brorphine in this review by @alexkrotulski @DMPtox @BarryKLoganTox and @christophestove ➡️ https://bit.ly/3yTXdwE

👀 999 followers… who will be #1,000 ⁉️

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