Forensic Imaging / Biomedical Research Roundtable
A dozen law enforcement professionals from around the world recently visited USF to take part in an annual workshop that teaches them how to use forensic imaging tools, like facial reconstruction and age progression, to help identify suspects and find missing people. We show you some of the methods they learned on University Beat on WUSF TV.
Biomedical research has a multi-billion dollar presence in the Florida economy, thanks in part to federal funding. But those funds are threatened by previous sequestration cuts and possible new ones.
A recent roundtable gave a trio of Bay area legislators and scientists from USF and Moffitt Cancer Center the chance to talk about the impact research has made and the best ways to continue making that impact in the future. This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 has a recap.
Joe Mullins, a forensic imaging specialist with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, talks about the emotion he feels when an age progression helps solve a cold case.
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children website
Erin Kimmerle, Assistant Professor, USF Department of Anthropology
Radio - During "Morning Edition" on WUSF 89.7 Tuesday after the 6:45 AM and 8:45 AM newscasts | During "All Things Considered" on WUSF 89.7 Tuesday at 5:44 PM | After "Florida Matters" on WSMR 89.1 Monday just before 10:30 PM
Television - Tuesdays at 11:55 AM and 8:55 PM, and various times throughout the rest of the week
Mark Schreiner has been the producer and reporter for "University Beat" on WUSF 89.7 FM since 2001 and on WUSF TV since 2007. He has worked as an anchor, reporter and producer at radio stations in Tampa and his native Chicago since 1992.