What's your story?
What's your story?

Discover contributions to forensic science. Read their stories. Share your own!

Forensic science has attracted a lot of attention both on the entertainment screen and in the real world. Whether it's the often-grisly crimes solved in episodes of CSI or the FBI being tasked with the 2001 Amerithrax (Anthrax) Investigation, forensic science touches our communities in many ways. 

As a company that's dedicated to advancing the science of human identification and forensics, together with its mission of making improvements in life possible, QIAGEN is uniquely positioned to convene and catalyze young investigators with a passion for forensic science.

We have launched a new Investigator blog to showcase the contributions of the talented and passionate scientists and graduate students with the aim of amplifying the impact of their work as well as recognizing their achievements. 

What's your story?

We want you to inspire others and admire your own accomplishments! Please fill out the    application form* and get featured in our blog series.

Your picture is worth a thousand words!

We encourage you to submit photos of yourself, your lab and any other images that will help tell your story in addition to your written submission.

Eligibility and evaluation criteria

Good news is there isn’t any criteria! No work is big or small!

We invite contributions from anyone who’s been working in the field of human identification for less than 10 years, and is currently affiliated with an institution or university, but most importantly, shares the goal of making a positive impact on our community.

Rewards and benefits

• Publication of your story in the QIAGEN Biomarker Insights blog channel 
• Broad recognition as a young investigator through our social media channels
• Invitation to one of our next Investigator Forums, as opportunities arise 

Explore previous Investigator stories

 

Interested? Inspired? You could be next...

*All completed forms along with your pictures should be emailed to Young.Investigator@qiagen.com. Please mention your full name followed by 'Investigator blog application' in the subject line of the email.