The Human Forensic Biology Subcommittee focuses on standards and guidelines related to training, method development and validation, data analysis, interpretation, statistical analysis, reporting and testimony for human forensic serological and DNA testing.
Beth Ordeman, Subcommittee Chair, Pinellas County Forensic Laboratory
Brian Higgins, Subcommittee Vice Chair, Defense Forensic Science Center (including USACIL)
Kristin Schelling, Subcommittee Executive Secretary, Michigan State Police
Brian Adams, Bode Technology
Jason Bundy, Florida Department of Law Enforcement (Quality Task Group member)
Lynne Burley, Santa Clara County Crime Laboratory
Amber Carr, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Jerrilyn Conway, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Phillip Danielson, University of Denver
Jennifer Friedman, Federal Defender Central District of California (Legal Task Group member)
Simone Gittelson, District of Columbia Department of Forensic Sciences (Statistics Task Group member)
Susan Greenspoon, Virginia Department of Forensic Science
Kristine Kadash, Jefferson County Regional Crime Laboratory
Tim Kalafut, Sam Houston State University
Marla Kaplan, Oregon State Police
Jarrah Kennedy, Kansas City Police Department
Melissa Kotkin, Verogen
Michael Marciano, Syracuse University
Stacy McDonald, Dallas County Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences
Andrew McWhorter, Texas Department of Public Safety
Shawn Montpetit, San Diego Police Department
Jennifer Naugle, State of Wisconsin Division DOJ of Forensic Sciences
Christopher Piwonka, Texas Department of Public Safety
Nadja Schreiber Compo, Florida International University (Human Factors Task Group member)
Christie Smith, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
Janel Smith, Phoenix Police Department
Melissa Suddeth, Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Susan Walsh, Indiana University-Purdue University Indiana
Brian Young, Niche Vision Forensics
Erika Ziemak, Houston Forensic Science Center
Standard for Training of Forensic Autosomal and Y-STR Data Interpretation.
Standard for Training on the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS).
Standard for Training to Perform Forensic DNA Reporting and Review.
Standard for Training in the Use of Statistics in Interpretation of Forensic DNA Evidence.
Standard for Training of Analysis of Forensic STR Data.
Standard for Internal Evaluation of a Laboratory's DNA Mixture Interpretation Protocol.
Standard for Reporting DNA Conclusions.
Standard for Training on Testimony for Forensic Biology.
Note: Subcommittee position statements or responses to data collections by the subcommittee do not necessarily represent the position of OSAC or NIST.