Press Release: November 13, 2019
On the occasion of the 10th anniversary, Journal of Forensic Research (eISSN: 2157-7145) expresses its gratitude to all its elite panel of members of the editorial board for their ongoing efforts, support and encouragement throughout the journal's publication journey, right from its inception in 2010, and congratulates them on making the journal achieve its goals and succeed as one of the leading and well-recognized broadcaster of scientific outcomes and perspectives from systematic enquiry into Archeology, Anthropology, and Biology, globally.
The journal is extremely privileged to have Dr. Jian Tie as its Editor-in-Chief, leading the board of academic editorial panel. The journal expresses thankfulness for expert execution of his duties which incorporate leading the general publication action of the article and increasing business recognition in open access distributing notwithstanding begetting the special issue subjects and managing the arrangement and creation of special issues and titles according to the contemporary data requests.
Dr. Jian Tie is currently working as Associate Professor, Department of Legal Medicine, Nihon University School of Medicine, Japan. Dr. Tie is MD from China Medical University, Shenyang China and subsequently obtained Ph.D in Medicine from the Nihon University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan. He has professional experience in the field of DNA analysis of Forensic criminal casework and DNA profiling. His core research interests include Biomedical Research, Medical Ethics, Forensic pathology. He has authored several International publications which were widely and frequently cited all across the world. He has multiple research grants to his credit in Fingerprint analysis, Crime and in Forensic analytical techniques like Paternity testing. He is active participant in several International conferences on Forensic pathology.
Omics Publishing is proud to have onboard Dr. Tie to lead the academic and managerial team of the journal. His interest and admiration regarding Omics founding principles as an open access publication brand are highly appreciated and we hope to grow as a team. Dr. Tie consistently brings in fresh insights guided by his passion for Forensic science which plays an important role in criminal investigations and it is equally used in archeology, Anthropology, Astronomy, Biology, Geology and Victimology, and he is a great asset to advance our open access model of publishing in the highly sought after field of Forensic.
Dr. Tie’s academic and research experience is highly valuable and relevant in guiding the contemporary researchers to advance scientific enquiry and explorations as well as in conducting editorship to make their research globally discoverable; helping the medical education sector avail the digital resources and helping the clinical professionals in keeping themselves updated with latest observations.
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