Tunde Huszar

Tunde undertook training at the University of Szeged, Hungary in forensic genetic identification, and worked there as a forensic DNA analyst. She also worked at the Pirbright Institute before joining us as a BBSRC iCASE student in October 2015, in partnership with Key Forensic Services Ltd, and graduating in January 2020. Tunde’s project applied NGS approaches to STR diversity and evolution, and mitochondrial DNA sequence variation, in a forensic context. She won a College of Life Sciences prize for her thesis, and is now a post-doctoral fellow at NIST and Georgetown University in the USA.

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