Katelyn Caric

Katelyn Caric is an undergraduate student at WCU majoring in Forensic Science with a concentration in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. Katelyn is expected to graduate in May of 2020. She has worked with faculty from the Biology department on topics in STR analysis in American black bears (Ursus americanus) and internal validation of multiplex PCR assays.

There are 1 included publications by Katelyn Caric :

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Internal sensitivity and reproducibility study of UrsaPlex13 kit for identification of American black bears 2020 60 The increasing number of bear attacks on humans each year poses a threat not only to human life but also to bear conservation efforts (Bombieri 2019). To identify individual bears related to wildlife forensic cases, methods need to be validated using...