UF Forensic Science Faculty
Nancy Toffolo, M.S.
Academic Qualifications: Nancy Toffolo received her BS in Animal Sciences from the University of Florida in 1996. After working in research for a Life-Sciences mission for NASA, as well as for a private genomics company, she moved to the University of Florida Racing Laboratory where she worked as a Senior Chemist and Scientific Research Manager. During this time she started her MS in Forensic Toxicology, which she completed in 2005. Nancy worked as a teaching assistant for the Forensic Science Program for five years before starting her current position as a Lecturer for the Distance Education Programs in Forensic Science, College of Pharmacy.
Kenneth Sloan, Ph.D.
Academic Qualifications: Professor Sloan received his Ph.D. from the University of Missouri in 1969. He has been a professor within the UF College of Pharmacy since 1980. His research interests include the effect of nucleophilicity and nucleofugicity on SN2 reactions; the diffusion of heterocycles, anti-cancer, antiviral, steroidal and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents through membranes and specially skin; and prodrug and soft drug approaches to improved analgetics and steroids.
David J Harrison, MD, DSc, FRCPath, FRCSEd, FRCPEd, IFCAP
Academic Qualifications: David Harrison is a medical pathologist who has practiced in a variety of areas including forensic, transplantation and molecular pathology. He is senior pathologist in Edinburgh, Scotland and is also Director of Laboratory Medicine for four local university teaching hospitals, with 19 laboratories covering all disciplines from genetics to microbiology. He is professor of pathology at the University of St Andrews, Scotland’s oldest university at 600 years of age. He is also an honorary professor at the University of Edinburgh. His research interests center around systems medicine, the application of systems biology to medical problems. He chairs the Steering Group of CASyM, a Europe-wide Concerted Action on Implementation of Systems Medicine.