CNN Is Seeking On-Screen Forensic Science Experts From Diverse Backgrounds


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Source: Nikolas P. Lemos, PhD, Toxicology Program Chair

 

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CNN is seeking forensic science experts from diverse backgrounds who will be available in the United States for an on-screen presence in a new crime series. CNN has contacted Nikolas Lemos (Toxicology Section Fellow and Chair of the Academy’s Diversity & Inclusion ad hoc Committee) and has expressed an interest in experts who can simply and effectively explain their complicated work “on screen” in cases pertaining to the following areas:

  • Criminal Psychology
  • Blood Spatter
  • Explosives
  • Trace Element Analysis
  • Metallurgy
  • Hand Writing
  • Ink Analysis

This crime series is currently in production. Please email AAFS Media Liaison Bruce Goldberger (bruce-goldberger@ufl.edu) immediately if you are interested in speaking with the CNN producers.