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IFS is an independent private laboratory specializing in Bloodstainpattern analysis, Touch-DNA analysis, Forensic Pathology, Crime scene reconstruction and Cytochrome P450 analysis. IFS has outstanding experience from crime scene investigation to biological trace recovery. The ultimate goal is truth finding.

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3D Crime scene reconstruction

  • Trajectory shooting

Free first consult

The first consult with an IFS expert is always free. Check out the possibilities for your case here

Cases IFS worked on

  • Aaron Hernandez
    Aaron Hernandez case

Bloodstain pattern analysis

IFS uses bloodstain pattern analysis to test hypotheses that can explain some of the facts of a possible criminal offense

Medication related violence

CYP450 - What is it that the pharmaceutical industry keeps hidden from us? IFS uses DNA research to investigate the relation between medication and involuntary intoxication

Touch DNA

IFS is specialized in so-called “Touch-DNA”; minimum amounts of DNA (“low template DNA”) left when force is applied. We have over 10 years experience

About IFS

IFS’s forensic team performs forensic case work and DNA and forensic medical work. The equipment used at IFS is state of the art, well maintained and validated according to international ISO-17025 and ASCLD/LAB standards. Due to our broad knowledge and expertise, IFS is able to be flexible and case-specific to obtain optimal results.

Richard Eikelenboom

DNA-director and forensic scientist specializing in DNA trace recovery and bloodstain pattern analysis.

Selma Eikelenboom-Schieveld

Medical Director and educated welfare worker with ten years of experience in psychotherapeutic treatment.

IFS Team

Due to our broad knowledge and expertise, IFS is able to be flexible and case-specific to obtain optimal results.

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Letter to the editor: “To characterize the P450 phenotype, one should take into account the drug–gene interactions over more than one drug and one gene.”

CYP450, IFS Articles

Letter to the editor: “To characterize the P450 phenotype, one should take into account the drug–gene interactions over more than one drug and one gene.”

Posted By IFS

10.2217/pgs-2018-020 2018 James Fogleman Pharmacogenomics

Letter to the Editor
Selma JM Eikelenboom-Schieveld & James C Fogleman
“To characterize the P450 phenotype, one should take into account the drug–gene interactions over more than one drug and one

Documentary: The Happy Pill

Anti depressants, CYP450, IFS Articles

Documentary: The Happy Pill

Posted By IFS

From thehappypillfilm.com
Silje Marie Strandberg was seriously mentally ill. She had a heavy schizoaffective and dissociative disorder diagnose. She heard voices, hallucinated, cut herself, had an eating disorder and repeatedly tried to kill herself. She was so sick that no one thought she could ever

Anti depressants, CYP450, IFS Articles

Now doctors MUST wake-up to the dangers of patients hooked on depression pills

Posted By IFS

The Daily Mail October 2, 2018.
In this article cases and studies are described about the effects of addiction when using anti depressants. In case work performed by IFS and Selma Eikelenboom-Schieveld we see the problems described in the article below. So not only these