Forensic Science (M.S.) Graduate Program

Georgia A. Arubckle-Keil, Ph.D.
The synthesis and thermal, optical, and electronic characterization of several conducting polymers, such as polyacetylene, poly(p-phenylene vinylene) and polyazulene for specific device applications

Grace Brannigan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Complex signaling mechanisms in the central nervous system

Mary Craig, M.S.
Assistant Teaching Professor

Jinglin Fu, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Self-assembled molecular scaffolds to the organization of biomoleuclar networks with the intention of understanding fundamental mechanisms for biochemistry reactions as well as developing novel regulatory biocircuits

Catherine Grgicak, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Biomedical Forensic Science

George Kumi, Ph.D.
Assistant Teaching Professor
Non-linear and linear spectroscopy; microfluidics; biomineralization; microfabrication. The design of microfluidic systems by two-photon laser microfabrication and the integration of current and new analytical methods to microfluidic systems. mauris non blandit.

Kimberlee Sue Moran, M.Sc.
Associate Teaching Professor
Forensic science, archaeology, the optimization of techniques utilized in the search and recovery of human remains, fingerprint development techniques, ancient fingerprints, environmental evidence, and forensic taphonomy.

Benedetto Piccoli, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor
Social Dynamics and Networks

Alex J. Roche, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Design, synthesis and characterization of fluorinated organic molecules

David Salas-de la Cruz, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Develop polymeric bio-films from various polysaccharides, such as cellulose and lignin, xylan, proteins, and ionic liquids using cost efficient techniques to study the structure property relationships using microscopic, macroscopic, spectroscopic and thermal analyses

Hao Zhu, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Cheminformatics, Computational Toxicology, Computational material design, Big data in Chemistry