Grant Activity

The Radford University Forensic Science Institute has recently received grants that help to ensure the services and outreach efforts provided to communities locally and throughout the state or nation can continue.

  • National Institute of Justice
    Mid-Atlantic/Mid-Appalachian Innovations in Forensic Science
    $484,092; 2010-2013
  • National Institute of Justice
    Using DNA to Identify the missing (subcontractor through the state of Virginia), assisting the Virginia Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (VOCME) in the identification, inventory, and reanalysis of Western District and Central District’s OCME’s cold cases
    $443,000; 2010-2013
  • Radford University College of Science and Technology Research/Scholarly Project Award
    Creation of a National Archival Imaging Database for Evaluation of Healing Rates and Estimation of Time Since Injury of Pediatric Antemortem Skeletal Fractures in Child Abuse Investigations
    $10,000; 2012-13
    Skeletal Analysis of Individuals From Unmarked Cemetery at Old Cloverleaf Mall Richmond, Va.
    $6,663; 2012-13