Publications and outputs
Our published work so far includes:
- Muinde, J.M., Bhanu, D.R.C., Neumann, R., Oduor, R.O., Kanja, W., Kimani, J.K., Mutugi, M.W., Smith, L.L., Jobling, M.A., Wetton, J.H. (2021) Geographical and linguistic structure in the people of Kenya demonstrated using 21 autosomal STRs. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 53.
- Rockowitz, S., Stevens, L., Colloff, M., Smith, L.L., Rockey, J., Ritchie, J., Kanja, W., Cotton, J., Flowe, H.D. (2021, under revisions) Patterns of violence against adults and children during the COVID-19 pandemic in Kenya. BMJ Global Health
- Smith, L.L., Flowe, H.D., Kanja, W. (2019) Achieving more with less: A critical review of protocols for forensic investigation of sexual violence in low-resource environments, Forensic Science International: Synergy, 1, 108-113
- Smith, L.L., Wetton, J.H., Lall, G.K.M., Flowe, H.D., Jobling, M.A. (2017) Forensic science and the right to access to justice: Testing the efficacy of self-examination intimate DNA swabs to enhance victim-centred responses to sexual violence in low-resource environments. Science and Justice, 57(5), 331-335.
Please click below to find out more about our resources:
- Global Forensics and Access to Justice youtube channel
- Northumbria recording 'Connecting law and practice for sexual violence in Kenya: Enhancing DNA sample collection, preservation and chain of custody', Jessica Ritchie, University of Leicester
- Pro bono and student projects
- Our project on 'Self-examination DNA swabs supporting investigations of sexual violence' on the Humanitarian Innovation Funds webpage.
- Citizens Sounds podcast, 'Recovering forensic DNA in cases of sexual violence in low-resource environments' (recorded March 2020).