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DNA workshops

  • Dan Krane and Jason Gilder. The Netherlands Bar Association. Leiden University Law School, The Netherlands. June 26, 2009. Workshop Webpage.

  • Dan Krane and William C. Thompson. Northern Ireland Criminal Bar Association, Belfast, Northern Ireland. October 13, 2007. Presentation.


    Presentations


    Archived webcasts

  • Dan Krane. Low Copy Number (LCN) DNA profiling. BrightTALK Forensic Science Webcast. October 14, 2008.

  • Dan Krane. Familial searches and cold hit statistics. BrightTALK Forensic Science Webcast. September 30, 2008.

  • Roger Koppl. Bayesian bias in forensic science. BrightTALK Forensic Science Webcast. September 30, 2008.

  • Dan Krane. Inferring the number of contributors to mixed DNA samples. BrightTALK Forensic Science Webcast. September 23, 2008.

  • Dan Krane. Run-specific limits of quantitation and detection. BrightTALK Forensic Science Webcast. September 15, 2008.

  • Dan Krane. Sequential unmasking: Making DNA profiling more objective. BrightTALK Forensic Science Webcast. September 9, 2008.


    DNA in Court - Slides for Forensic DNA Profiling Course - Watch videos

    1. DNA Technology in Court
    2. Generating Forensic DNA Profiles
    3. Artifacts and Noise in DNA Profiling
    4. Statistical Weights of Single Source DNA Profiles
    5. Statistical Weights of Mixed DNA Profiles
    6. Implications of Database Searches for DNA Profiling Statistics
    7. Observer Effects in DNA Profiling
    8. What Can Go Wrong with DNA Profiling

    Powerpoint downloads

  • Dan Krane. Suspect-Centric Combined Probability of Inclusion. American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) 66th Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA. February 21, 2014.

  • Dan Krane. Disclosure of DNA Databases. American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) 66th Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA. February 21, 2014.

  • Dan Krane. Statistical Weights of DNA Profiles. DNA in Court Seminar. United Kingdom. September, 2013.

  • Dan Krane. The Science (and Pseudoscience) of DNA Profiling. Writers' Police Academy. September, 2013.

  • Dan Krane. Evaluating forensic DNA evidence. Steelman Visiting Scientist Lecture Series. Lenoir-Rhyne University. April 9, 2010.

  • Dan Krane. Establishing parameters for objective interpretation of DNA profile evidence. Steelman Visiting Scientist Lecture Series. Lenoir-Rhyne University. April 9, 2010.

  • Dan Krane. Evaluating forensic DNA evidence. Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (OACDL) Annual Death Penalty Seminar. November 20, 2009.

  • Dan Krane. Scientific components of DNA evidence: Molecular biology and population genetics. Fifth National Seminar on Forensic Evidence and Criminal Law. Philadelphia, PA. January 11, 2009.

  • Dan Krane. Emerging issues in forensic DNA profiling: Databases and advisory boards. National Conference of State Legislatures. Columbus, OH. September 11, 2008.

  • Dan Krane and William C. Thompson. Evaluating forensic DNA evidence - a day-long workshop. Northern Ireland Criminal Bar Association, Belfast, Northern Ireland. October 13, 2007.

  • Dan Krane. Essential elements of a defense-review of DNA testing results. Mid-Atlantic Association of Forensic Scientists (MAAFS) Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. May 23, 2007.

  • Dan Krane. Some of the problems associated with LCN (Low Copy Number) testing. The Forensic Institute 2007 Forensic e-Symposium on Human Identification: Profiling of degraded and low amounts of DNA. March 27, 2007.

  • Dan Krane. Run-specific limits of quantitation and detection (an alternative to minimum peak height thresholds). American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) 59th Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX. February 22, 2007.

  • Dan Krane. Empirical analysis of the STR profiles resulting from conceptual mixtures. American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) 59th Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX. February 22, 2007.

  • Dan Krane. Assessing the implications for close relatives in the event of similar but non-matching DNA profiles. American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) 59th Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX. February 22, 2007.

  • Dan Krane. Essential elements of a defense-review of DNA testing results. Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (MAFS) 35th Annual Meeting. Indianapolis, IN. October 11, 2006.

  • Dan Krane and William C. Thompson. Evaluating forensic DNA evidence. Criminal Masters in Advocacy. Sunset Beach, NC. June 18, 2005.

  • Dan Krane. Evaluating forensic DNA evidence: essential elements of a competent defense review. Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. November 19, 2004.

  • Dan Krane. Evaluating forensic DNA evidence. Annual Fall Seminar of the Mississippi Judicial College, Isle of Capri Casino and Resort in Biloxi, MS. October 29, 2004.

  • Dan Krane. Forensic DNA evidence: collection, mixtures and degradation. Virginia Bar Association's 12th Annual Capital Defense Workshop. October 28, 2004.

  • Dan Krane. Evaluating forensic DNA evidence. Indiana University, April 2004.

  • Dan Krane. Current issues in forensic DNA profiling. IPDC Death Penalty Defense in Indiana. Indianapolis, IN. September 2002.

  • Dan Krane. Objective computer review of DNA evidence. Science in the Courtroom for the the 21st Century: The use of Forensic DNA evidence. Chicago, IL. May 2002.


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