Timothy M. Palmbach


In 2004, Timothy Palmbach joined the faculty of the University of New Haven as an Associate Professor and Chair of the Forensic Science Department. He has been associated with the faculty of that University since 1984 and is Executive Director of the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science and Center for Forensic Investigation of Trafficking in Persons. In his role with the Lee Institute he has provided capacity building and training to law enforcement personnel throughout the world.

Prior to his tenure at University of New Haven, Timothy Palmbach was a Major in the Connecticut State Police where he was the Commanding Officer/Director for the Division of Scientific Services, Department of Public Safety. He has continued to work as a forensic expert specializing in crime scene reconstruction including blood stain pattern analysis, and has testified in numerous states on these matters. He received his Jurie Doctor in 1998 from the University of Connecticut School of Law. His Masters Degree is in Forensic Science with a Criminalistics concentration from the University of New Haven. He received his undergraduate BS degree in Forensic Science and Chemistry also from the University of New Haven in 1982.

Research Interests:

  • Crime scene analysis and reconstruction
  • Biometrics
  • Human trafficking
  • Using technology / forensic science to address border security, immigration, terrorism, and human rights matters

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