Greg Hampikian

Boise State Professor of Forensic DNA, writes commentary and satire about justice, science and culture.

Greg Hampikian is Professor of Biology at Boise State University, who is best known for his forensic DNA work in cases like Amanda Knox, and over a dozen DNA exonerations in America, Europe, and Asia. He is a contributing columnist at the New York Times with two viral pieces, "Men who Needs Them," and "When May I Shoot a Student?" Hampikian also cowrote "Exit to Freedom," the story of Calvin Johnson's DNA exoneration.

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