Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences

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Research

The OSU Forensic Toxicology and Trace Laboratory has several primary research interests, including:

Students work in the lab and participate in research as part of their graduate education in the OSU School of Forensic Sciences. Students are assisted in finding employment upon graduation.  Former students are employed at toxicology facilities--including public crime laboratories--throughout the United States.

Current Students:

  • Melissa Windham, MS Thesis, OSU Center for Health Sciences, in process
  • Julia McClouth, MS Thesis, OSU Center for Health Sciences, in process
  • Matthew Green, MS Thesis, OSU Center for Health Sciences, in process
  • Vanessa Perez, MS Thesis, OSU Center for Health Sciences, in process

Graduates and Research Projects

  • Stephanie Olofson, MS Thesis, Forensic Sciences, "Analysis of Traditional and Peroxide Explosive Residues via Capillary Electrophoresis." OSU Center for Health Sciences, 2009
  • Susie Talbert, MS Thesis, Forensic Sciences, "Quantitative Analysis of Acetone in Blood via HS-GC/FID." OSU Center for Health Sciences, 2009
  • Minh Ngo, MS Thesis, Forensic Sciences, "Development of an Analytical Method for Vinca Alkaloids Using Liquid Chromatography/Tandem Mass Spectrometry (LC/MS/MS)." OSU Center for Health Sciences, 2010
  • Allison Veitenheimer, MS Thesis, Forensic Sciences, "Development of Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) Methods for Exploration of Currency Contamination with Controlled Substances." OSU Center for Health Sciences 2010
  • Kelly Spencer, MS Thesis, Forensic Sciences, "Investigation of Trace Nitrated Explosive Residues on Construction Materials." OSU Center for Health Sciences, 2011
  • Monica Vermillion, MS Thesis, Forensic Sciences, "Development of a Liquid Chromatography/Tandem Mass Spectrometry (LC/MS/MS) Method for the Analysis of Peroxide Explosive Residues on Building Materials."  OSU Center for Health Sciences, 2011
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