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DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY AND INTERNATIONAL FORENSIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Florida International University, University Park, Miami, Florida 33199

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Tatiana Trejos, Master of Science in Forensic Science

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Cleon Barnett, Title

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Ion-Molecule Interactions in an Ion-Trap Mass Spectrometer for the Characterization of Explosives and Ignitable Liquid Residues
By: Jeannette Perr, Ph.D. in Chemistry Student

Quantitation of Gamma-hydroxybutyric Acid and Gamma-butyrolactone using Capillary Electrophoresis and High Performance Liquid Chromatography
By: Agnes D. Garcia, M.S. in Forensic Science Student

Elemental analysis of biological matrices using a High Resolution- Sector Field Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer (HR-SF-ICP-MS)
By: Waleska Castro, Ph.D. in Chemistry Student

Elemental Charaterization of Paint Samples
By: Joseph Gagnon, M.S. in Forensic Science Student

Quantitative analysis of trace metals in materials by Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass-Spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) without the need for matrix-matched standards
By: Sayuri Umpierrez, M.S. in Chemistry Student

The use of Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) for the detection of drugs and explosives
By: Nicole Manley, M.S. in Forensic Science Student

Use of multiplexed microsatellite markers in Cannabis sativa for genetic fingerprinting
By: Heather Erek, M.S. in Forensic Science Student

Improved Sampling, Pre-Concentration, Detection, and Identification of Hidden Explosives and Illicit Drugs by a Novel Solid Phase MicroExtraction Geometry Coupled with Ion Mobility Spectrometry
By: Patricia Guerra, Ph.D. in Chemistry Student

Drop-on Demand Inkjet technology for the development of calibration standards for use with Ion Mobility Spectrometers
By: Monica L Joshi, Ph.D. Student in Chemistry (Forensic Track)

Fabrication and Optimization of Ion Mobility Spectrometry Instrument for the Analysis of Odor Signature Compounds of Explosives and Drugs
By: Hanh Lai, Ph.D. Student in Chemistry (Forensic Track)

Determination of Origin in Cotton Fibers using LA-ICP-MS
By: Jenny M. Gallo, M.S. in Forensic Science Student

Elemental Characterization of Materials Using LA-ICP-MS and LIBS
By: Benjamin E Naes, Ph.D. in Chemistry Student

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Developing Of A Standardized Field Portable Extraction Gas Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry For The Analysis Of Ignitable Liquid Residues
By: Marilyn Prieto, B.S. Candidate in Chemistry

Using Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) For Elemental Analysis Of Matrices Of Forensic Interest
By: Marilyn Prieto, B.S. Candidate in Chemistry

Plasma Shadowgraphy as Diagnostic for Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
By: María Pérez, B.S. Candidate in Chemistry

Precise Deposition of Known Mass Loadings of Low Quantities of Explosives on Surfaces
By: Yisenny Delgado, B.S. Candidate in Chemistry

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Elemental Analysis of Automotive Paint Samples by Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) and Paint and Glass by Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)
By: Andria Hobbs, Master of Science in Forensic Science (Awarded 2003)

Identification of Gamma-HydroxyButyrate (GHB) and Gamma-Hydroxybutyrolactone (GBL) in aqueous samples
By: Jodi Meyers, Master of Science in Forensic Science (Awarded 2003)

Development of Microsatellite Loci in Cannabis Sativa L.
By: Hussain AlGhanim, Master of Science in Forensic Science (Awarded 2003)

Elemental Analysis of Forensic Glass by ICP-MS
By: Shirly Montero, Ph.D.(Awarded 2002)

Constructing a database for Cannabis sativa L. Using Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphisms
By: Sabrina Frank, Master of Science in Forensic Science (Awarded 2002)

Characterization of Inks and their Aging Properties
By: Louis Morris, Master of Science in Forensic Science (Awarded 2002)

Forensic Evaluation Of Automotive Lenses
By: Susan T. Gross, Master of Science in Forensic Science (Awarded 2001)

Identification and Characterization of Pyrolysis Products in Fire Debris Analysis
By: Eric Stauffer, Master of Science in Forensic Science (Awarded 2001)

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