Forensic science is the study of collecting and analyzing evidence and facts. The forensic science career path can begin during your Ph.D. training or even in your postdoc. Entry level forensic science jobs range from forensic scientist to toxicologist to pathologist, forensic science salaries range from $60,000 to over 100,000. Some careers in forensic science are forensic analysts, anthropologist, or toxicologist.
The best conference for those interested in Forensic Science. First go register now for the best opportunity for anyone in Biomedical Science to network, learn, and get those letter of support leads. Apply NOW!
Current openings for Forensic and Molecular Genetics Research Fellows, apply now!
A networking, mentor building, potential shadowing, and potential reference event for anyone in Houston interested in Forensic Science
- Ask Career Questions: Ask how they got into the field
Wed May 30, 2018 6:30 pm Lori Baker, Ph.D. Forensic Scientist “Forensic Anthropology”
Wed June 27, 2018 6:30 pm Dee Smith, Intelligence Expert
Try your hand in the field of forensic science
Tues June 12, 2018 “CSI 101” 6pm- Try your hand at crime scene investigations and lab techniques used to collect and examine evidence.
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This exhibit has been to Portland OR, Saint Louis, MO, Santa Ana CA, Denver CO.
We know October 27, 2018-April 14, 2019 it will be at Liberty Science Center Jersey City, NJ. See the exhibit schedule at https://exhibitsdevelopment.com/current/
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