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Current Graduate Students

  • Adeoye, Oyedoyin

    MS Student

  • Alexander, Lauryn

    Ph.D. Student

  • Andrews, Zachary

    MS Student

  • Bodnar, Sara

    MS Student

  • Boyd, Madison

    MS Student

  • Cooman, Travon

    PhD Student

  • Kourtney Dalzell

    MS Student

    Kourtney Dalzell is a master’s student in the Forensic and Investigative Science Program at West Virginia University. She received her Bachelor of Science in Forensic Chemistry with a minor in Sociology from West Virginia University in 2020. Kourtney has been with the Arroyo research group since 2019 and currently works as a graduate research assistant in the laboratory. Her research is focused on electrochemical and spectroscopic methods for the detection of inorganic and organic gunshot residues in forensic investigations.

  • Franklin, Veronica

    PhD Student

  • Galvez, Isabel

    MS Student

  • Hacker, Alia

    MS Student

  • Hamilton, James

    PhD Student

  • Hester, Sarah

    MS Student

  • Ho, Jennifer

    MS Student

  • Lin, En Tni (Lily)

    PhD Student

  • Maney, Erica

    Ph.D. Student

    Erica earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biochemistry with minors in Biology, Mathematics, and Spanish from Duquesne University in 2019. She remained at Duquesne University for the following year, earning her Master of Science in Forensic Science in Law in 2020. Currently, Erica is a first year PhD student and a Provost Fellow in the Department of Forensic and Investigative Science at WVU. She works in Dr. Glen Jackson’s research group, focusing on the forensic applications of isotope ratio mass spectrometry.

  • Ott, Colby

    PhD Student

  • Ovide, Oriana

    MS Student

  • Prusinowski, Meghan

    PhD Student

  • Rupert, Katrina

    MS Student

  • Smale, Alyssa

    Ph.D. Student

  • Smith,Coral

    MS Student

  • Sullivan, Kelli

    MS Student

  • Vander Pyl, Courtney

    PhD Student

  • Wroblewski, Isabel

    MS Student

    Isabel Wroblewski is originally from Pittsburgh, PA where she graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science degree in Forensic and Investigative Science at West Virginia University. Isabel is a member of Dr. Tatiana Trejos’s lab as part of the gunshot residue group and is a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the FIS department, where she helps with Forensic Chemical Analysis (FIS 340/341) and Gravesite Forensics (FIS 407).