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NPR Segment, “Animal CSI: Inside The Smithsonian’s Feather Forensics Lab”

Published: Jun 21st, 2013

On June 19, 2013, NPR did a feature on forensic ornithology in a segment titled, “Animal CSI: Inside The Smithsonian’ Feather Forensics Lab.” Carla Dove, a forensic scientist, explains how she uses […]

Forensics utilized in animal abuse crackdown

Published: May 23rd, 2013

The ASPCA’s Adam Leath brings national resources to law enforcement.  Read more…

New rodenticide without antidote alarms pet toxicology experts

Published: Feb 27th, 2013

Bromethalin poisonings may leave veterinarians with little time to diagnose and treat animals.

Five Students Receive Scholarships through ASPCA Grant

Published: Feb 1st, 2013

The ASPCA is offering a tuition reimbursement program for students

University of Florida Veterinary Forensic Specialists Assist with Animal Cruelty Charges against Birmingham Attorney

Published: Nov 29th, 2012

A Birmingham lawyer is charged with fatally slitting his dog’s throat after a five-month probe that included canine exhumation and intense investigation at the University of Florida Veterinary Forensics lab. Read more here.

Distance Education Students Receive ASPCA Scholarships

Published: Sep 7th, 2012

ASPCA awards first distance education scholarships in veterinary forensic sciences

PMI Determination in Horses

Published: May 24th, 2012

Postmortem Interval Estimation in Horses. An old idea gets new technology.

Veterinary Forensic Osteology

Veterinary Forensic Osteology

Published: May 23rd, 2012

Veterinary Forensic Osteology is a rapidly developing field proving essential information to legal investigations

Chihuahua thrown from Hotel Balcony

Published: May 17th, 2012

A man allegedly hurls a Chihuahua from a motel balcony and then points a gun at a guest who confronted him.

Be Careful Where You Step

Published: May 17th, 2012

Suspect in a murder case is linked to a crime scene when traces of dog feces on his shoe was linked to feces at the crime scene.