Dr. Paul Ferrara
In 2001, Dr. Paul Ferrara, Director of the Virginia Division of Forensic Science, located some swabs from the rape kit, which were left in the lab notebook of the original forensic scientist assigned to Marvin Anderson's case. Using this sample, the Innocence Project was able to do the DNA profiling to exonerate Marvin Anderson.
virginia division of forensic science,paul ferrara,forensic scientist,ferrara director,innocence project,rape kit,lab notebook,anderson paul,dr paul,andersons,swabs,marvin,dna
- ID: 15581
- Source: DNALC.DNAi
Marvin Anderson was exonerated through the efforts of the Innocence Project using DNA profiling data.
On February 28, 2003, Marvin Anderson spoke at a function celebrating the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the structure of DNA.
Mark Stoneking talks about solving one of history's mysteries
Paul Lombardo talks about twisting the truth at Buck vs. Bell.
"Paul Herold, giant,"
RNA is an intermediary between DNA and protein.
Paul Lombardo talks about after raping Carrie, Clarence Garland left Charlottesville rather than fulfill his promise to marry her.
Alec Jeffreys talks about new uses for DNA fingerprinting.
Mitochondrial DNA is frequently used in forensic anthropology. What is the age limit of DNA?
Paul Zamecnik developed a cell-free extract that he and Mahlon Hoagland used to study protein synthesis. They identified tRNA as the adaptor predicted by Francis Crick in his Central Dogma