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Journal Articles

 

The Proceedings of Lunch

 

 

Marsden, C.D. et al. An assessment of the information content of likelihood ratios derived from complex mixtures.2016.  Forensic Science International:Genetics.22,n64-72.

 

Haned, H., et al. Validation of probabilistic genotyping software for use in forensic DNA casework: definitions and illustrations.2016.  Science and Justice.56, 104-108..

 

Inman, K., et al. Lab Retriever: a software tool for calculating likelihood ratios incorporating a probability of drop-out for forensic DNA profiles. 2015. BMC Bioinformatics 16:298

 

Krane, D., et al. Time for DNA Discolosure, Science 326, 2009

 

Krane, D., Ford, S., Gilder, J.R., Inman, K., Jamieson, A., Koppl, R., Kornfield, I.L., Risinger, D.M., Rudin, N., Taylor, M.S., Thompson, W.C. Sequential Unmasking, A Means of Minimizing Observer Effects in Forensic DNA Interpretation, J. Forensic Sci, 53:4, p. 2006-2007, 2008

 

Inman, K. and Rudin, N. The Origin of Evidence. Forensic Science International. 2002. 126  p. 11-16

 

Lohmueller, K.E. and Rudin, N. Calculating the Weight of Evidence in Low-Template Forensic DNA Casework,2014.  J. Forensic Sci 12, 1-11.2

 

Inman, K., and Rudin, N. Sequential Unmasking: Minimizing Observer Effects in Forensic Science. In: Segel JA and Saukko PJ (eds.) Encyclopedia of Forensic sciences, 2nd Ed., vol 3, pp. 542-548, Waltham:Academic Press, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CACNews archives

Rudin, N., and Inman K., Fundamental principles in forensic science: Letting go of individualization, CACNews, 4th quarter, 2016

 

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., Could your lab be next: A sentinel event in the profession of forensic science, CACNews, 4th Quarter, 2015

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., Causes of wrongful confiction (Don't believe everything you think), CACNews, 1st Quarter 2014

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., What science could (and should) do for justice, CACNews, 4th Quarter 2013

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., Can we talk?, CACNews, 3rd Quarter 2013

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., We're probably thinking ... ... About probabilistic approaches to weighting evidence, CACNews, 2nd Quarter 2013

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., Journey to the Red Planet: Curiosity meets Forensic Science CACNews, 1st Quarter 2013

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., The Proceedings of Dinner: Bridging the Generations CACNews, 4th Quarter, 2012

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., Lake Errbegon "... where the evidence is unambiguous, the anlyses robust, and all the criminalists are above average 3rd Quarter, 2012

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., A Decade of the Proceedings of Lunch - Thinking Allowed, and thinking aloud 2nd Quarter, 2012

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., The discomfort of thought - a discussion with John Butler, CACNews, 1st Quarter, 2012, pg. 8

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., To err is human (and inevitable), CACNews, 4th Quarter, 2011, pg. 10

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., Why politics is worse for science than the law, CACNews, 2nd Quarter, 2011, pg. 9

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., That’s not what we meant: Sequential Unmasking revisted, CACNews, 1st Quarter, 2011, pg. 9

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., The experience fallacy: Quothe the raven “In my experience,” never more! CACNews, 4th  Quarter, 2010, pg. 10

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., How low can you go? Should you just say no? CACNews, 3rd  Quarter, 2010, pg. 36

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., ‘tis the Season: The NAS “one year later” Commemorative edition, 2nd Quarter, 2010, pg. 32

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., Dining with a Founder, A conversation with Jay Siegel, CACNews, 1st Quarter, 2010, pg. 32

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., How much should the analyst know and when should she know it, CACNews, 4th Quarter, 2009, pg. 20

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., Challenging the canon, CACNews, 3rd Quarter, 2009, pg. 23

 

Rudin., N., and Inman K., Steaks, Stakes, and Stakeholders, CACNews, 2nd Quarter, 2009, pg. 14

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., Administer this!, CACNews, 1st Quarter, 2009, pg. 7

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., Who speaks for forensic science, CACNews, 4th Quarter, 2008, pg. 10

 

Rudin, N., and Inman K., The forensic disadvantage suffered by forensic scientists, CACNews, 3rd Quarter, 2008, pg. 37

 

Rudin N., and Inman K., Genetic Witness: Through the lens of a social Scientist, CACNews, 2nd Quarter, 2008, pg. 23

 

Rudin N., and Inman K., Keith and Norah's Top 10: Areas in which forensic science could improve, CACNews, 1st Quarter, 2008, pg. 15

 

Rudin N., and Inman K., The Flodbit Problem: What are we doing?, CACNews, 4th Quarter, 2007, pg. 17

 

Rudin N., and Inman K., The Urban Myths and Conventional Wisdom of Transfer: DNA as Trace Evidence, CACNews, 3rd Quarter, 2007, pg. 26

 

Rudin N., and Inman K., Know the Code, CACNews, 2nd Quarter, 2007, pg. 23

 

Rudin N., and Inman K., A frosty debate: the chilling effect of a cold hit in a DNA database, CACNews, 1st Quarter, 2007, pg. 31

 

Rudin N., and Inman K., Seeing DeForest AND the Trees, CACNews, 4th Quarter 2006, pg. 18

 

Rudin N., and Inman, K., The Pen is Mightier than the Pipette, CACNews, 2nd Quarter 2006, pg. 33

 

Rudin N., and Inman, K., The Shifty Paradigm, Part II, CACNews, 1st Quarter 2006, pg. 16

 

Rudin N., and Inman, K., The Shifty Paradigm, Part I, CACNews, 4th Quarter 2005, pg. 13

 

Rudin N., and Inman, K., A Hitchhiker's Guide to Accreditation, CACNews, 3rd Quarter 2005, pg. 28

 

Rudin N., and Inman, K., Fingerprints in Print, The sequel, CACNews, 2nd Quarter 2005, pg. 6

 

Rudin N., and Inman, K., Fingerprints in Print, CACNews 4th Quarter 2004, pg. 14

 

Rudin N., and Inman, K., Myth or Aphorism: Sayings by which we live  (The Dogma of forensic science), CACNews 3rd Quarter 2004, pg. 31

 

Rudin N., and Inman, K., The Culture of Bias - Part II, CACNews 2nd Quarter 2004, pg. 17

 

Rudin N., and Inman, K., The Culture of Bias - Part 1, CACNews 1st Quarter 2004, pg. 30

 

Rudin N., and Inman, K., Which Came First, the Blood or the Print? The Rest of the Story. CACNews 4th Quarter 2003, pg. 17

 

Rudin, N., and Inman, K., Which Came First, the Blood or the Print? The Role of Experimentation in Forensic Casework CACNews 3rd Quarter, 2003, pg. 26

 

Rudin,N, and and Inman, K., Experts on experts. What is the role of the scientist in assisting an attorney with an opposing expert? CACNews 2nd Quarter, 2003, pg. 7

 

Rudin, N., and Inman, K., Articulating Hypotheses: The Null Hypothesis and Beyond. CACNews 1st Quarter, 2003, pg. 7

 

Rudin, N., and Inman, K., Biological Evidence as Trace Evidence: The Forensic Science of DNA Typing, CACNews, 4th Quarter, 2002, pg. 19

 

Rudin, N., and Inman, K., The Transfer of Evidence and Back Again - CACNews, 3rd Quarter, 2002, pg. 23

 

Rudin, an., and Inman, K., How Far Should an Analyst Go? - CACNews, 2nd Quarter, 2002, pg. 14

 

Rudin, N., and Inman, K., Divisble Matter - CACNews, 4th Quarter, 2001, pg. 11

 

Inman, K., and Rudin, N., Exonerated by Science, 37 Jurimetrics J., 319-323, 1997

 

Inman K., and Rudin, N., How Much Should an Analyst Know? CACNews, 1997

 

Inman, K., and Rudin, N, DNA Untwisted, San Francisco Daily Journal, Thursday, April 20, 1995

 

 

 

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