The mission of the National Center for Forensic Science (NCFS)is to provide relevant and responsive forensic science research, training and operational support to communities that rely on science to achieve justice. Our team of chemists, biochemists, physicists and statisticians work individually and in synergistic teams to perform basic and applied forensic science research. The Center also develops and curates databases and provides continuing education in support of the forensic communities.
Kaitlyn Bonilla received a Graduate Research Fellowship from
the National Institute of Justice titled
Development of a Stable Matrix-Matched Standard for Molecular and Elemental Analysis of Hair in Forensic Toxicology