Teaching Fellow in Forensic Science and Analytical Toxicology
Nadia is a Teaching Fellow in King's Forensics on the MSc Forensic Science and Analytical Toxicology programs. She is the module lead for Analytical Chemistry for Forensic Science and The Forensic Process. She is responsible for the teaching, laboratory sessions, administration, and crime scene analysis (among other things!) for these modules, as well as provides assistance on numerous other undergraduate and post-graduate modules within King's Forensics. Nadia is new to KCL and comes to us from the University of Windsor in Canada, where she completed her BSc[Hon] in Forensic Science & Chemistry, along with her MSc in Chemistry under the supervision of Dr. Jeremy Rawson. Her chemistry research has encompassed sulfur-nitrogen radical chemistry for the exploitation of inclusion chemistry and crystal engineering of radical-radical co-crystals. You can check out a full list of her research publications.
Since coming to King's, Nadia has joined the AEFS seminar committee, working alongside 2 other individuals to plan, coordinate, and oversee department-wide seminars. She was actively involved in recruitment and outreach in her previous experiences at her previous institution in Canada, of particular mention including serving as the founder and president of the UWindsor's chapter of the Women in Chemistry organization, as well as the co-president of the Graduate Chemistry Club, and has become a UK STEM Ambassador since relocating to the UK. She looks forward to working alongside her students and colleagues within King's Forensics in various capacities in the future.
Course teacher on the following course:
- 7MRFFS01 - Analytical Chemistry for Forensic Science and Toxicology
- 7BBFM126 - The Forensic Process
- 7BBFA009 - Advanced Analytical Toxicology
I have also developed and currently teaching two senior undergraduate-level modules in the University of Windsor's (Canada) Forensics department, namely Special Topics in Forensic Chemistry and Forensic Analytical Chemistry Laboratory