ForensisGroup RNA Expert Witnesses are experienced scientists in RNA (ribonucleic acid), a nucleic acid polymer where the carbohydrate is ribose. They work in the field of genetics with expertise in chromatin organization and function, structure of small nuclear RNA genes and middle repetitive elements, as well as small nuclear RNA isoforms and their effect on gene regulation and development. Many also have knowledge of human evolution and population genetics, paternity analysis, detection and treatment of autoimmune diseases, and legal forensics.
Our RNA expert witnesses have experience with new product research and development in the area of automated synthetic DNA chemistry and DNA sequencing. Some specialize in the synthesis of specifically modified DNA representing known DNA damage from environmental sources such as carcinogens, UV irradiation, and oxidative damage for use in environmental health and medical research.
These professionals have served as expert witnesses in cases pertaining to DNA fingerprinting in cases of paternity/maternity disputes, child abuse, rape, homicide, and immigration. They consult on the review of forensic laboratory data, analyses, and conclusions.
Our experts are members of national societies such as the American Association of Human Genetics, the Genetics Society of America, and the Genetic Association Information Network (GAIN).
In the event that you are unable to locate a suitable RNA research expert witness for your case, please contact our office, so we can get started on researching and recruiting the perfect expert for your case. Let ForensisGroup connect you with an authoritative RNA research expert witness by contacting us today.
I have over 30 years of consulting experience in vaccine and antibody design relevant to virology and oncology. My areas of focus include high affinity monoclonal antibodies against viral targets, onco-immune pathways, gene expression regulators and tumor neoantigens, molecular biology, and genetics. My expertise includes structure and function of enzymes, antibody structure and function, therapeutic antibodies such as Herceptin and Nivolumab, PCR, structure and function of nucleic acids, cloning of human genes, regulation of gene expression, epigenetics, molecular genetics, biosimilars, therapeutic proteins such as Insulin, GMCSF and anticoagulants. I have prior experience providing clients consultations and courtroom testimony as a biochemistry expert witness.