DNA lab profiled for work with PROKIDS
Check out the Fort Worth Star-Telegram this weekend for an article featuring the UNT Center for Human Identification and it’s involvement in DNA-PROKIDS. Reporter Alex Branch interviewed Arthur Eisenberg, PhD, professor and director of the DNA Identity Lab, about the program and the work being done in Haiti to deter human trafficking of children and help reunite abducted and homeless children with their parents.
DNA-PROKIDS is an initiative of the University of Granada Genetic Identification Laboratory, in collaboration with the UNT Center for Human Identification and the Consortium for the Commemoration of the First Millennium of the Foundation of the Kingdom of Granada.
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