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Jeffrey Dake
Jeffrey Dake is working in the Chemistry and Firearms Branch at the Gillem Enclave outside of Atlanta, Georgia.  He performs casework in the areas of: lubricants, explosives, ethanol quant, and miscellaneous chemical identification. Mr. Dake is the President of the American Society of Trace Evidence Examiners (ASTEE), and served previously as the communications chair from January 2012 – July 2014.  He is also a member of the Midwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (MAFS). He graduated from Michigan State University with an M.S.F.S in 2005 and from Tulane University in 2003 with a B.S. in Chemistry. He has presented several workshops, short talks and posters on the analysis of lubricants.  He has also co-authored two papers on the analysis of explosives using ambient pressure ionization mass spectrometry.


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