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Baillie Poulton


Baillie Poulton is in Dr. Keith Morris’ research group. Her research is focused on using a 3-D simulation software to model different shooting scenarios to help aid in shooting reconstructions. She will be doing this by comparing the simulations with real shooting data, and later using an algorithm to determine the trajectory.

Baillie is a doctoral student from Yardley, PA. She received her B.S. and M.S. degrees in Forensic and Investigative Science from West Virginia University in 2021 and 2023, respectively. She also completed a minor in Sociology in her undergraduate degree. Baillie currently works as a graduate research assistant in the department. She has helped in the following classes: latent fingerprints, forensic photography, firearms, social relations of forensic and law professionals, and courtroom testimony.