Forensic Biology
Michigan State University Forensic Science Program                                     School of Criminal Justice
Michigan State University   560A Baker Hall   East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517)353-7133    Fax: (517)432-1787    E-mail: forsci@msu.edu

Founded in 1946, the Forensic Science Program at Michigan State University is the oldest in the nation, and one of the most respected.  It was among the first forensic programs accredited by the American Academy of Forensic Sciences’ Forensic Science Education Programs Accreditation Commission (FEPAC).  The Forensic Biology Laboratory undertakes a broad range of forensic research, historical studies, and casework. The Laboratory also collaborates with the Michigan State Police Forensic Science Division. Additionally, a large amount of other forensic expertise is present at MSU, including chemistry, anthropology, pathology, entomology, biometrics, and more.

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Giltner Hall houses the Forensic Biology Laboratory,
and contains all labs necessary for teaching and research