Wetenschappelijke publicaties 2019

  • Bovens, M., Ahrens, B., Alberink, I., Noordgaard, T., Salonen, S., & Huhtala, S. (2019). Chemometrics in forensic chemistry - Part I: Implications to the forensic workflow. Forensic Science International, 301, 82-90.
  • De Tobel, J., Hillewig, E., Haas, M.B. de, Van Eeckhout, B., Fieuws, S., Thevissen, P.W., ...  Verstraete, K.L. (2019). Forensic age estimation based on T1 SE and VIBE wrist MRI: do a one-fits-all staging technique and age estimation model apply?. European Radiology, 29(6), 2924-35.
  • Hymel, K.P., Wang, M., Chinchilli, V.M., Karst, W.A., Willson, D.F., Dias, M.S., ...  Herman, B.E. (2019). Estimating the probability of abusive head trauma after abuse evaluation. Child Abuse & Neglect, 88, 266-274.
  • Mitchell, N., Blankers, B., Kokshoorn, B., Stelt, A. van der, & McDonald, M. (2019). A cold case turns hot after 30 years. Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 51(Sup1), S60-S67.
    Oorschot, R.A.H. van, Szkuta, B., Meakin, G.E., Kokshoorn, B., & Goray, M. (2019). DNA transfer in forensic science: A review. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 38, 140-166.
  • Szkuta, B., Ansell, R., Boiso, L., Connolly, E., Kloosterman, A.D., Kokshoorn, B., ...  Oorschot, R.A.H. van. (2019). Assessment of the transfer, persistence, prevalence and recovery of DNA traces from clothing: An inter-laboratory study on worn upper garments. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 42, 56-68.
  • Teeuw, A.H., Kraan, R.B.J., Rijn, R.R. van, Bossuyt, P.M.M., & Heymans, H.S.A. (2019). Screening for child abuse by using a checklist and physical examinations in the emergency department led to the detection of more cases. Acta Pediatrica, 108(2), 300-313.
  • Vester, M.E.M., Bilo, R.A.C., Loeve, A.J., Rijn, R.R. van, & Zandwijk, J.P. van (2019). Modeling of inflicted head injury by shaking trauma in children: what can we learn? Part I: A systematic review of animal models. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology, 15(3), 408-422.
  • Wolff, T. de, Arts, L.H.J, Berge, M. van den, Boyko, T., Oorschot, R.A.H. van, Zuidberg, M.C., ...  Kokshoorn, B. (2019). Prevalence of DNA in vehicles: linking clothing of a suspect to car occupancy. Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 51(Sup1), S103-S106.
  • Zandwijk, J.P. van, & Boztas, A. (2019). The iPhone Health App from a forensic perspective: can steps and distances registered during walking and running be used as digital evidence?. Digital Investigation, 28(Supplement), S126-S133. 
  • Zandwijk, J.P. van, Vester, M.E.M., Bilo, R.A.C., Rijn, R.R. van, & Loeve, A.J. (2019). Modeling of inflicted head injury by shaking trauma in children: what can we learn? Part II: A systematic review of mathematical and physical models. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology, 15(3), 423-436.
  • Zuidberg, M.C., Beltman, M., Aarts, B., Sjerps, M.J., & Kokshoorn, B. (2019). Targeting relevant sampling areas for human biological traces: Where to sample displaced bodies for offender DNA?. Science and Justice, 59, 153-161.