Robin's research encompasses study of the effectiveness of forensic science, ethical and policy issues in the development of DNA databases, and the significance of scientific knowledge to modes of governance.
Eleanor's research involves conventional and low-template approaches to DNA profiling in a range of contexts, including the assessment of paediatric contusion injuries and the investigation of wildlife crime.
Matthias studies science-society relationships and the opportunities of cross-disciplinary knowledge production for socially responsible science and technology development, for example, of forensic genetics.
Karen is undertaking doctoral research in Forensic Evidence and Attrition in Criminal Cases in England and Wales. Karen is a practicing barrister with her own chambers with previous experience with the CPS.
Gary joined the Metropolitan Police as Director of Forensic Services in 2001 after ten years with the Forensic Science Service He is responsible for leadership, strategy implementation and delivery of services.
Michelle's research interests are in analytical toxicology, especially relating to opioids, and the role of toxicology in death investigation. Michelle is a member of the Chemistry research group at Northumbria.
A Senior Reporter with LGC at Wakefield, Tim has had an extensive career in forensic science spanning over 20 years, including a period working as a Principal Scientist with the Forensic Science Service.
Angela is Chief Executive of Axiom International Limited. She is one of the UK’s most eminent forensic scientists, known for leading complex investigations and running full-scale forensic laboratories.
Edna’s research interests are in molecular diagnosis relating to targeted therapies and population genetic markers of forensic interest—with the aim of improving methods in pathology and identification.
Anika’s research interests included the role and use of forensic science and forensic intelligence databases, utility of forensic science in the criminal justice process, attrition of forensic science in investigations.
Victor is a Marie Curie Research Fellow on the project “Accounting for genocide: legal and scientific accounting practices in the wake of the Srebrenica genocide” with Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main, Germany