Lauryn E. DeGreeff, PhD

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An associate professor in the Chemistry Department and the International Forensic Science Research Institute, Dr. DeGreeff carries out research in the area of volatiles analysis as it relates to vapor detection by canine and instruments.

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    PhD in Forensic Chemistry
    Associate Professor in Chemistry Department and International Forensic Science Research Institute
Lauryn E. DeGreeff, PhD

BIO:

Lauryn E. DeGreeff earned her PhD in forensic chemistry from Florida International University in Miami, FL, where she is presently an associate professor in the Chemistry Department and the International Forensic Science Research Institute and where she carries out research in the area of volatiles analysis as it relates to vapor detection by canine and instruments. Prior to returning to FIU, Dr. DeGreeff conducted her research as part of the Chemistry Division at the US Naval Research Laboratory in Washington DC. She takes a chemistry-based approach to studying olfaction for the purpose of informing field vapor sampling practices. Her research focuses on trace vapor sampling, characterization, and generation in support of canine and other field detection approaches. Dr. DeGreeff regularly lectures on the dynamics of odor for the operational community and at national and international scientific conferences. She has also authored a many peer-reviewed manuscripts, holds four pending and completed patents, and is the editor of the book entitled Canines: The Original Biosensor, to be released in early 2022.

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