Forensic Science Technician

Grace CieriGrace Cieri received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Scranton in Chemistry. While there her research focused on synthesizing the organic compound Pantocin A. She will obtain her Master of Science in Forensic Toxicology degree from Thomas Jefferson University in the summer of 2022. Her thesis research focuses on testing the cross-reactivity of Novel Psychoactive substances (NPS) on Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) plates.

Currently, Grace serves as a Forensic Science Technician at the CFSRE and she is involved with a National Institute of Justice Grant focusing on testing DUID blood samples for NPS and common drugs of abuse. Her main role is extracting and analyzing blood samples.