Pronouns: She, her, hers
Professor of Practice
417A Lyman Hall
- M.S. Forensic Science with concentration in Biology (Syracuse University) – 2022
- B.S. Biochemistry (Virginia Tech) – 2020
- B.A. Chemistry (Virginia Tech) - 2020
FSC 498 Capstone Seminar – Forensic Science
FSC 441/641 Forensic Analysis of Biological Evidence
FSC 605 Basic Laboratory Skills for Advanced Research
Natalie Novotna joins the FNSSI program in the College of Arts and Sciences in summer 2023 as a non-tenure-track professor of practice.
Prior to joining Syracuse University, Novotna worked as a researcher at Charles University, Czech Republic, where she conducted research on wildlife forensic science and non-human DNA analysis. Primary work focused on development and testing of new methods for species and individual identification of endangered animals. Secondary laboratory work was on human genealogical and paternity testing using fragmentation analysis and sequencing.
Whole genome amplification from a single cell, low-quality/low-quantity human and non-human DNA analysis and DNA mixture analysis
Society for Wildlife Forensic Science, Ashland, Oregon, USA – November 2022
10th ENFSI APST Working Group Meeting, Zurich, Switzerland – April 2023