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Forensic Analysis of Biological Evidence R.E. Gaensslen, Ph.D. Chapter 29 in: Wecht CH (editor), Forensic Sciences, volume 1, Release 29, June 2000 (Extensively revised from prior versions), Matthew Bender and Co. (Division of Lexis), New York
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R.E. GAENSSLEN, Ph.D. ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS: Professor, Director of Graduate Studies and Head of Program, Forensic Science, University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Pharmacy, Chicago, Illinois Formerly: Professor, Forensic Science and Director of Program, University of New Haven, West Haven, Connecticut; Associate Professor, Biochemistry, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York, New York, New York; Member of Doctoral Faculty of Biochemistry, The City University of New York, New York, New York PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIPS: Fellow, American Academy of Forensic Sciences (Criminalistics Section) Formerly Visiting Fellow, National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. Member: Forensic Science Society.(U.K.); International Society for Forensic Haemogenetics; Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists and Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists (Life Member) Founder/Editor, Forensic Serology News (1976-1984) Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Forensic Sciences (1992-2001) AWARDS: Distinguished Fellow, American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 2000 Paul L. Kirk Distinguished Criminalist Award, Presented by Criminalistics Section, American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 1992
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Chapter 29. Forensic Analysis of Biological Evidence [The original 1982 version of this chapter and the 1989 revision were entitled "Forensic Serology: Analysis of Bloodstains and Body Fluid Stains:" A coauthor of the original chapter was Frank R. Camp, Jr., Col., U.S. Army (Ret.) (1919-1983). Col. Camp was a scientist, military officer, blood banker, and historian of science, as well as a mentor and friend. to many. In his 32- year military career, Col. Camp became the foremost authority on blood banking and immunohematology in the United States military services. More than 200 scientific papers, chapters, technical and scientific reports, and translations of classical papers in blood grouping and immunohematology bear his name as author or coauthor. For 12 years, he was Commander/Director of the U.S. Army Medical Research Laboratories at Fort Knox, Kentucky, presiding over that facility's development as a major research, training, and service center for blood banking and immunohematology for the military services. Following retirement from active duty, Col. Camp became Scientific Director! Director of the American Red Cross Blood Services Regional Center in Louisville, Kentucky. During his career, Col. Camp held teaching appointments at the Bowling Green State University (Ohio) and the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Col. Camp was the recipient of many awards and honors, including the Distinguished Service
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