In collaboration with the National Courts and Sciences Institute located in Washington, DC, the Bryson Program for Judicial Science Education will directly, and with scientific institutional partners, train judges in high-priority subject matter applicable to official dispute resolution, including, but not necessarily limited to, the following subject matter concentrations:

(1) Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Evidence and Issues

(2)  Health Care Outcomes Research Evidence

(3)  Developmental Neurobiology, Brain Function and Risk Assessment

(4)  Molecular and Comparative Forensics

(5)  Ecosystem Research Methods and Human Health

(6) Data Science, Causation Analytics and Machine Learning