JNEWS: Miranda, Michelle [MC2000] Assoc Prof at Farmingdale SC



Farmingdale State College Hosts Oct. 4 Lecture on Forensic Analysis of Tattoos in Helping Solve Crimes

Lecture is first in a series featuring professionals in law enforcement, security, and criminal justice

(Long Island, NY) How forensic experts analyze tattoos and tattoo inks in helping solve crimes and identifying individuals – living and dead – will be the subject of a lecture at Farmingdale State College Tuesday, October 4.

The talk – 11 a.m. – noon in Lupton Hall Room T101 – is being given by Dr. Michelle Miranda, associate professor in the college’s Department of Security Systems & Law Enforcement Technology, and a forensics consultant.

Michelle Miranda, Associate Professor at Farmingdale State College. Photo Credit: Farmingdale State College.

Dr. Miranda is a graduate of Manhattan College, where she majored in biology with the intention of going to medical school.  That changed when a molecular biology course exposed her to forensic science and DNA analysis.  Later, she attended a lecture by an official from New York City’s chief medical examiner’s office, and from that came an internship at the medical examiner’s office. After completing her MS in Forensic Science at City University of New York, she spent five years with the NYPD forensic investigations unit, and from there worked as a medical photographer for the Suffolk County medical examiner’s office and a death investigator for the medical examiner in Rockland County.

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Miranda, Michelle [MC????]

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Dear John,

              I believe that Miranda is a member of the Class of 2000.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Miranda, Michelle [MC2000]

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