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24 April 2015
Griffith lecturer and forensic biologist Kirsty Wright and honours student Felicity Poulsen are assisting the Australian Defence Force (ADF) identify unrecovered Australian servicemen.

Student’s research helping identify unrecovered soldiers of war

Felicity Poulsen knows that her grandfather was one of the lucky ones to have returned home from war. This is why the honours student is so passionate about her research project helping identify unrecovered Australian servicemen.

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11 January 2017

Forensics research helps repatriate soldiers

Research by a trio of Griffith University Forensic Science students is helping the Australian Army preserve, identify and repatriate the...

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1 March 2016
Griffith PhD candidate Megan Best is applying DNA techniques to identify Australian war casualties

Family, forensics a fulfilling connection for Megan

As she pursues a PhD in Forensic Biology at Griffith University, Jimboomba mother of five Megan Best is an expert in balancing the demands of family, work and study

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14 October 2013
Ms Kirsty Wright, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Biology

Top 100 most influential women

Kirsty Wright, senior lecturer in Forensic Biology at Griffith University, is a finalist in this year’s 100 Women of Influence Awards.

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11 March 2013

DNA expert makes global contribution

Senior lecturer in Forensic Biology, Dr KIrsty Wright, is an internationally renowned DNA profiling expert, in demand with the Queensland Police Service, Australian Defence Force and even Interpol.

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