Christopher Ehrhardt, Ph.D.
T. Edward Temple Building, 901 W. Main St., room 3305A
Office hours: Wednesday 9 a.m. - 11 a.m., or by appointment
- Ph.D., UC Santa Barbara
- B.S. in Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Connecticut at Storrs
- Non-genetic biological signatures for determining time-since-deposition of DNA evidence
- Survival and persistence of bacterial threat agents in the environment
- Rapid Differentiation of Epithelial Cell Types in Aged Biological Samples Using Autofluorescence and Morphological Signatures
- Philpott, M.K., Stanciu, C.E., Kwon, Y., Bustamante, E.E., Greenspoon, S.A., Ehrhardt, C.J. Analysis of cellular autofluorescence in touch samples by flow cytometry: implication for the front end separation of trace mixture evidence. Journal of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. 409(17): 4167-4179.
- Wang, C., Ehrhardt, C.J., Yadavalli, V "Nanoscale characterization of forensically relevant epithelial cells and surface associated extracellular DNA" Forensic Science International. 277: 252-258.
- Stanciu, C.E., Philpott, M.K., Bustamante, E.E., Kwon, Y.J., Ehrhardt, C.J. Analysis of red autofluorescence (650-670nm) in epidermal cell populations and its potential for distinguishing contributors to ‘touch’ biological samples. F1000 Research. 5:180.
- Wang, C., Stanciu, C.E., Ehrhardt, C.J., Yadavalli, V. The effect of growth temperature on the nanoscale biochemical surface properties of Yersinia pestis. Journal of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. 408(20): 5585-91.
- More publications
- FRSC 400 - Forensic Chemistry
- FRSC 580 - Applied Statistics
- Microbial Forensics
- FRSC 300 - Survey of Forensic Science