The ASCLD Forensic Research Committee is proud to announce the launch of the Researcher / Practitioner Collaboration Directory. The goal is to create a directory to connect researchers with ongoing projects to practitioners who are willing to participate in the studies. It is ASCLD’s hope that this listing will foster communication and cooperation between forensic researcher and practitioner communities.

If you are a researcher and would like to submit your project for listing in the Directory, please click HERE.

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Testing the website

Research Organization: ASCLD
Organizational Sponsorship:
Principal Investigator: Jeremy Triplett
Email Address: jeremy.triplett@nullky.gov
Website/URL: http://www.ascld.org
Discipline: Seized Drugs
Abstract:

this is a test of the website submission form.

Study Dates: October 5, 2020 – October 5, 2020
Support Requested: Sure.
Publication URL:
Final Report:
Project Status:


Effectiveness of blind and non-blind verifications

Research Organization: Nova Grilli, Rebecca Heinrich, John Black and Grant Byrum
Organizational Sponsorship:
Principal Investigator: Nova, Rebecca, John and Grant
Email Address: latent.study@nullgmail.com
Website/URL:
Discipline: Latent Prints
Abstract:

We are conducting a research project to compare the effectiveness of blind and non-blind verifications. Participants will be asked to analyze, compare and evaluate ground truth latent print images against known exemplars. This study involves three separate phases containing 25 comparisons each. Participants will be randomly selected for either the blind or non-blind groups. To keep anonymity a user number will be issued in place of the participant’s name. Four weeks will be allotted for each phase. However, if additional time is required, time extensions will be provided. We ask you thoroughly document your analysis, comparison and evaluation in the PiAnoS program. For those that are unfamiliar with PiAnoS, an instructional video and practice exercises will be available before conducting the study. If you are willing to participant and commit to each phase, please email Grant Byrum at: latent.study@nullgmail.com
Definitions of blind and open (non-blind) verification for this study are taken from the proposed OSAC Best Practice Recommendations for the Verification Component in Friction Ridge Examination.

Blind verification: A type of verification in which the subsequent examiner(s) has no knowledge of the original examiner’s decisions, conclusions or observed data used to support the conclusion.

Open (non-blind) verification: A type of verification in which the subsequent examiner has access to the original examiner’s decisions, conclusions or observed data used to support the conclusion.

Study Dates: November 30, 2020 – May 31, 2021
Support Requested:
Publication URL:
Final Report:
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Multiplex detection of 14 fentanyl analogues and U-47700 in biological samples: Application to a panel of French hospitalized patients

Research Organization: University of Lorrain
Organizational Sponsorship:
Principal Investigator: Jean Jung
Email Address: JJung@nullgmail.com
Website/URL: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0379073820302991#!
Discipline: test
Abstract:

Synthetic opioids (SO) associated with the recent alarming increase of deaths and intoxications in United States of America and Europe are not detected by the usual first-line opiates drug screening assays. We developed a liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry analytical method for the multiplex detection of 14 fentanyl analogues (2-furanylfentanyl, 4-ANPP, 4-methoxybutyrylfentanyl, acrylfentanyl, alfentanil, carfentanil, despropionyl-2-fluorofentanyl, fentanyl, methoxyacetylfentanyl, norfentanyl, ocfentanil, remifentanil, sufentanil and valerylfentanyl) and U-47700 in whole blood and urine samples. The method was validated according to the requirements of ISO 15189. A simple and fast liquid-liquid extraction (LLE) with De-Tox Tube-A was performed leading to better recovery of molecules in urine than in blood samples

Study Dates: November 4, 2020 – November 10, 2021
Support Requested: toxicologists
Publication URL:
Final Report:
Project Status:


Testing the new form

Research Organization: Testing the new form
Organizational Sponsorship: Testing the new form
Principal Investigator: Testing the new form
Email Address: testing@nulltesting.com
Website/URL: http://testing.com
Discipline: Seized Drugs
Abstract:

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Study Dates: November 6, 2020 – December 26, 2020
Support Requested: Testing the new form
Publication URL: http://testing.com
Final Report: Testing-the-new-form.docx
Project Status: Active / Open


Testing the new form

Research Organization: Testing the new form
Organizational Sponsorship: Testing the new form
Principal Investigator: Testing the new form
Email Address: testing@nulltesting.com
Website/URL: http://testing.com
Discipline: Seized Drugs
Abstract:

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Study Dates: November 6, 2020 – December 26, 2020
Support Requested: Testing the new form
Publication URL: http://testing.com
Final Report: Testing-the-new-form.docx
Project Status: Active / Open


Testing the new form2

Research Organization: Testing the new form2
Organizational Sponsorship: Testing the new form2
Principal Investigator: Testing the new form2
Email Address: testing2@nulltesting.com
Website/URL: http://testing.com
Discipline: Biology/Serology
Abstract:

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Study Dates: May 4, 2020 – August 10, 2020
Support Requested: glitter crayons
Publication URL: http://testing.com
Final Report: Testing-the-new-form.pdf
Project Status: Completed