Forensic DNA Analyst Career Journal - Sami Yilmaz PBS A3 Forensic DNA Analyst Education Required To be a forensic DNA analyst you need to have at least

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Sami Yilmaz PBS A3 10/19/2016 Forensic DNA Analyst Education Required To be a forensic DNA analyst, you need to have at least an associate’s degree in forensic sciences and the DNA analysts that work in crime labs are required to have bachelor's or graduate degrees in molecular biology, biochemistry or genetics. Training Required Before you become a forensic DNA analyst, you need knowledge of laboratory procedures and equipment and strong verbal and written communication skills. Certification Required There isn’t a required certificate other than a degree in forensic sciences and/or criminal justice however you must pass an exam at the end of an internship with a professional. Responsibilities/Daily Activities A forensic DNA analyst’s job is analyzing evidence that can link suspects with specific crime scenes. This could only be done by using technology because you cannot see DNA with the naked eye. They also observe DNA and see how they can relate and link the found DNA to a suspect’s.

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