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Forensic Analysis Masters (MSc): Who teaches this course

About the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing

Students from the Faculty of Science, Engineering and ComputingThis course is delivered by the School of Pharmacy and Chemistry in the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing.

The Faculty's wide selection of undergraduate and postgraduate courses covers a diverse range of subject areas, from aerospace to geography; from maths and computing to biotechnology; and many more. Our collaborative set-up provides new opportunities for our students, and we design our courses with industry professionals to ensure you stay up to date with the latest developments.

School of Pharmacy and Chemistry

The School of Pharmacy and Chemistry is well known for the high quality of its undergraduate and postgraduate courses in pharmacy, pharmaceutical science and chemistry. These include full- and part-time foundation programmes.

Excellent facilities support our teaching – students benefit from new, purpose-built laboratories, equipped with state-of-the-art instruments. Strong links with industry and other key sectors ensure our students are well prepared for today's employment market. These include connections with hospitals and community pharmacies, accreditation from industry bodies, and involvement with active research groups.

Staff teaching on this course

Dr James Barker

Title: Reader in analytical science and course director for Forensic Analysis MSc

Email: j.barker@kingston.ac.uk 

Specialist subjects: analytical chemistry; pharmaceutical and forensic analysis.

See Dr Barker's staff profile page to read about his research, his published work, and to see the professional bodies he belongs to.


Dr Rosa Busquets

Title:  Lecturer in forensic chemistry
Email: R.Busquets@kingston.ac.uk


Dr Baljit Ghatora

Title: Lecturer in forensic and analytical chemistry for Forensic Analysis MSc
Email: B.Ghatora@kingston.ac.uk

Specialist subjects: analytical chemistry, pharmaceutical and forensic analysis.

Research fields:

  • method development of surface analytical and microscopic techniques used in materials studies;
  • trace analysis of Forensic evidence (cosmetics, glass and tyres);
  • contact angle analysis for wettability;
  • polymer degradation;
  • spectroscopic and thermal techniques for polymer analysis;
  • surface modification of biomaterials;
  • gravimetric diffusion studies using diffusion models;
  • quantification of deposits related to the spoilage of ocular materials;
  • gamma irradiation, ethylene oxide and fluorine gas interaction with polymer surfaces;
  • the spoilage and aging of ocular biomaterials; and
  • in vitro studies of biomaterial.

Recent publications:

Membership of professional bodies:

  • Member of Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Member of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining


Dr Carl Hall

Title: Senior lecturer
Email: c.hall@kingston.ac.uk


Dr Alex Sinclair

Title: Senior lecturer
Email: Alex.Sinclair@kingston.ac.uk

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