LOCATION: MAIN CAMPUS, ROWLEY HALL, ROOM G209
Dr. Jason Schaff, a forensic chemist with the FBI, will give a presentation on “Chemistry in Forensic Sciences.” This event was organized by the MU Science Club, in collaboration with the Chemical Society of Washington Younger Chemists Committee (CSW-YCC).
Dr. Schaff received a B.S. in chemistry in 1991 from Yale University and a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry in 1997 from the University of Minnesota. He spent a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the Indiana University Medical School, doing research on analysis of anabolic steroids. Since 1999, Dr. Schaff has worked as a forensic chemist at the FBI Laboratory where he performs analyses that support toxicology investigations, including poisonings, product tampering, drug-facilitated sexual assaults, and coroner inquests from U.S. territories and possessions. He also works on the implementation of new analytical methods and technologies to support these investigations.
For more information contact Dr. Deana Jaber