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PUBLICATIONS

Please note that authors indicated in red are student authors. * denoting undergraduate and ^ denoting graduate 

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Orr A^, Stotesbury T, Wilson P, Stock NL. The use of high-resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS) for the analysis of DNA and other macromolecules: a how-to guide for forensic chemistry. Forensic Chemistry. 2019;May 30:100169.

 

Boos K*, Orr A^, Illes M, Stotesbury T. Characterizing drip patterns in bloodstain pattern analysis: influence of droplet impact velocity and number of droplets on static pattern features. Forensic Science International. 2019;301(1):55-66.

 

Orr A^, Illes M, Beland J, Stotesbury T. Validation of Sherlock, a linear trajectory analysis program for use in bloodstain pattern analysis. Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal. 2019;Mar 4:1-7.

 

Polacco S^, Wilson P, Illes M, Vreugdenhil A, Stotesbury T. Luminol reagent control materials in bloodstain pattern analysis: a silicon sol-gel polymer alternative. Forensic Chemistry. 2019;12(1):91-8.

Shetranjiwalla S, Vreugenhil A, Stotesbury T. Waterborne epoxy-thiol silica sol-gel coatings: impact of crosslinking on corrosion protection. Journal of Sol Gel Science and Technology. 2018;87(2):504-13.

Illes M, Bruce C, Stotesbury T, Hanley-Dafoe R. A study on student engagement within a forensic science course. Journal of Multidisciplinary Research at Trent. 2018;1(1):55-70.

Polacco S^, Illes M, Wilson P, Stotesbury T. Quantifying chemiluminescence of the forensic luminol test for ovine blood in a dilution and time series. Forensic Science International. 2018;290(1):36-41.

Polacco S*, Illes M, Stotesbury T. The use of a forensic blood substitute for impact pattern area of origin estimation via three trajectory analysis programs. Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal. 2018; May:1-9.

Stotesbury T, Illes, M, Wilson P, Vreugdenhil, AJ. The application of silicon sol-gel technology to forensic blood substitute development: investigation of the spreading dynamics onto a paper surface. Forensic Science International. 2017;275(1):308-13.

Stotesbury T, Illes M, Vreugdenhil AJ. High-speed video analysis of crown formation dynamics of controlled weapon-head impacts onto three surface types. Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal. 2017;50(2):64-73.

Stotesbury T, Illes M, Wilson P, Vreugdenhil AJ. The application of silicon sol-gel technology to forensic blood substitute development: mimicking aspects of whole human blood rheology. Forensic Science International. 2017;270(1):12-9.

Stotesbury T, Taylor MC, Jermy MC. Simulated transfer dynamics of blood onto cardboard and comparison to simple fluids for blood substitute development and assessment. Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal. 2017;50(1):30-41.

Stotesbury T, Taylor MC, Jermy MC. Passive drip stain formation dynamics of blood onto hard surfaces and comparison to simple fluids for blood substitute development and assessment. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 2017;62(1):74-82.

Illes M, Bruce C, Hanley-Dafoe R, Stotesbury T. Novel technological approaches for pedagogy in forensic science: A case study in bloodstain pattern analysis. Forensic Science Policy & Management: An International Journal. 2016;7(3-4):87-97.

Stotesbury T, Bruce C, Illes M, Hanley-Dafoe R. Design considerations for the implementation of artificial fluids as blood substitutes for educational and training use in the forensic sciences. Forensic Science Policy & Management: An International Journal. 2016;7(3-4):81-6.

Stotesbury T, Illes M, Jermy MC, Taylor MC, Wilhelm J, Vreugdenhil AJ. Three physical factors that affect the crown growth of the impact mechanism and its implications for bloodstain pattern analysis. Forensic Science International. 2016; 266(1):254-62.

Illes M, Stotesbury T. Development of an application method for a zone stain selection model in bloodstain pattern analysis. Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal. 2016;49(1):19-25.

Stotesbury T, Illes M, Vreugdenhil AJ. An impact velocity device design for blood spatter pattern generation with considerations for high-speed video analysis. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 2016;61(2):501-8.

Stotesbury T, Illes M, Wilson P, Vreugdenhil AJ. A commentary on synthetic blood substitute research and development. Journal of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis. 2015;31(2):3-6.

 

Kabaliuk N, Jermy MC, Morison K, Stotesbury T, Taylor MC, Williams E. Blood drop size in passive dripping from weapons. Forensic Science International. 2013;228(1):75-82.

Zhou Y, Stotesbury T, Dimock B, Vreugdenhil AJ, Hintelmann H. Novel silica sol-gel passive sampler for mercury monitoring in aqueous systems. Chemosphere. 2012;90(2):323-8.

 

Stotesbury T, Illes M, Vreugdenhil A. Investigation of physical effects of Acid Yellow 7 enhancement on dark and non-porous surfaces in impact pattern area of origin estimation. Canadian Society of Forensic Sciences Journal. 2012;45(1):22-35.

Nowack L, Collins R, Li G, Carter AL, Illes M, Gorman V, Larocque S, Stotesbury T, Yamashita, B. Computer analysis of bloodstain patterns on angled surfaces. Journal of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis. 2011;27(3):17-28.

Patents

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Vreugdenhil AJ, Stotesbury T, “Anti-corrosion sol-gel material”, 62/139,107. US Patent (2015).