by team UAB KPF
These forensic biologists in Kentucky describe what they encounter as forensic biologist working in a state lab.
|"The job consists of long hours and late nights," explained Christian. "We sometimes have to travel long distances to testify in court."|
The scientists are faced with a large backlog of cases.
"The supervisor receives evidence. He or she will then assign cases," replied Christian. "An average analyst will have 50-60 cases they are working on."
This career is definitely where my interest lies! I am excited about becoming a part of a team that will help solve crimes, catch perpetrators, and identify unknown victims. Hard work and commitment are essential to doing the job well. I know that all of my classmates will be prepared for this!