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Frederick R. Bieber, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School

Academic Activities:

75 Francis Street
Boston,MA 02115
Education and Training:

Professional Position 7/1/83 - : Harvard Medical School
Fellowship 1981 - 1983 : Brigham and Women's Hospital
Medical School - : Medical College of Virginia

Clinical Specialties:
  • Cytogenetics
  • Molecular Genetics
  • Women's and Perinatal Pathology
Research Interests: Publication:
  1. Frederick R. Bieber, Charles H. Brenner, David Lazer Finding Criminals Through DNA of Their Relatives : Science DOI: 10.1126/science.1122655, Submitted on November 15, 2005, Published Online May 11, 2006
  2. Rasmussen SA, Bieber FR, Benacerraf BR, Lachman RS, Rimoin DL, Holmes LB. Epidemiology of osteochondrodysplasias. Changing trends due to advances in prenatal diagnosis. Am J Med Genet 61:49-58, 1996
  3. Robertson NG, Skvorak AB, Yin Y, Weremowicz S, Johnson KR, Kovatch KA, Battey JF, Bieber FR, Morton CC. Mapping and characterization of a novel cochlear gene in human and in mouse: a positional candidate gene for a deafness disorder, DFNA9. Genomics 46:345-354, 1997
  4. Bing DH, Bieber FR. Isolation of DNA for forensic evidence. Unit 14.3, Current Protocols in Human Genetics, pg 14.3.1-14.3.28, 1998
  5. Winter RM, Knowles SAS, Bieber FR, Baraitser M. The Malformed Fetus and Stillbirth. Diagnostic Approach. Chichester, John Wiley & Sons, 1988
  6. Ing PS, Van Dyke DI, Caudill SP, Reidy JA, Bieber FR, et al. Detection of mosaicism in amniotic fluid cultures: a CYTO2000 collaborative study. Genetics in Medicine 1:94-97,1999
  7. Bing DH, Bieber FR, Holland MM, Huffine EF. Isolation of DNA from forensic evidence, Unit 14.3, Current Protocols in Human Genetics, pg14.3.1-14.3.19, Supplement 26, 2000
  8. Ladd C, Lee H, Bieber FR. Forensic analysis of complex DNA mixtures. Croatian Med J 42(3): 244-246, 2001
  9. Bieber, FR. Reckoning with the dead. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin 76(2): 34-37, 2002
  10. Bieber FR. Science and Technology of Forensic DNA Profiling, in Lazer D (ed): DNA and the Criminal Justice System, MIT Press, 2004
  11. Budowle B, Bieber FR, Eisenberg A. Forensic aspects of mass disasters: strategic considerations for DNA-based human identification, Leg Med, 7(4):230-243, 2005
  12. Bieber FR, Ethics, science and the law on capital punishment. Indiana Law Journal 80(1):69-72, 2005
  13. Budimlija ZM, Lechpammer M, Popiolek, D, Fogt F, Prinz M, Bieber, FR. Forensic applications of laser capture microdissection: use in DNA-based parentage testing and
  14. Biesecker LG, Bailey-Wilson JE, Ballantyne J, Baum H, Bieber FR, Brenner C, Budowle B, Butler JM, Carmody Conneally PM, Duceman B, Eisenberg A, Forman L, Kidd KL, LeClair B, Niezgoda S, Parsons T, Pugh E, Shaler R, Sherry ST, Sozer A, Walsh A. DNA Identifications after the 9/11 World Trade Center attack. Science 310 (5751): 1122 – 1123, 2005
<June 2019>

<Monday, June 24, 2019>
8:00 AM

Cotran Conference Center
8:00 AM

Autopsy suite
9:00 AM

Clinical Lab conference room
3:00 PM

Dammin signout suite
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