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Theresa Stotesbury
Theresa Stotesbury
Ontario Tech University
Verified email at ontariotechu.ca
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Blood drop size in passive dripping from weapons
N Kabaliuk, MC Jermy, K Morison, T Stotesbury, MC Taylor, E Williams
Forensic science international 228 (1-3), 75-82, 2013
292013
The application of silicon sol–gel technology to forensic blood substitute development: Mimicking aspects of whole human blood rheology
T Stotesbury, M Illes, P Wilson, AJ Vreugdenhil
Forensic science international 270, 12-19, 2017
132017
The application of silicon sol–gel technology to forensic blood substitute development: Investigation of the spreading dynamics onto a paper surface
T Stotesbury, M Illes, P Wilson, AJ Vreugdenhil
Forensic science international 275, 308-313, 2017
112017
Passive Drip Stain Formation Dynamics of Blood onto Hard Surfaces and Comparison with Simple Fluids for Blood Substitute Development and Assessment,
T Stotesbury, MC Taylor, MC Jermy
Journal of forensic sciences 62 (1), 74-82, 2017
112017
An exploratory time since deposition analysis of whole blood using metrics of DNA degradation and visible absorbance spectroscopy
T Stotesbury, ML Cossette, T Newell-Bell, A Shafer
Pure and Applied Geophysics 178 (3), 735-743, 2021
82021
Novel silica sol–gel passive sampler for mercury monitoring in aqueous systems
Y Zhou, T Stotesbury, B Dimock, A Vreugdenhil, H Hintelmann
Chemosphere 90 (2), 323-328, 2013
82013
Characterizing drip patterns in bloodstain pattern analysis: An investigation of the influence of droplet impact velocity and number of droplets on static pattern features
K Boos, A Orr, M Illes, T Stotesbury
Forensic science international 301, 55-66, 2019
72019
Quantifying chemiluminescence of the forensic luminol test for ovine blood in a dilution and time series
S Polacco, P Wilson, M Illes, T Stotesbury
Forensic science international 290, 36-41, 2018
72018
Design considerations for the implementation of artificial fluids as blood substitutes for educational and training use in the forensic sciences
T Stotesbury, C Bruce, M Illes, R Hanley-Dafoe
Forensic Science Policy & Management: An International Journal 7 (3-4), 81-86, 2016
72016
A commentary on synthetic blood substitute research and development
T Stotesbury, M Illes, P Wilson, A Vreugdenhil
Journal of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis 31 (2), 3-6, 2015
72015
Whole bovine blood use in forensic research: Sample preparation and storage considerations
A Orr, R Gualdieri, ML Cossette, ABA Shafer, T Stotesbury
Science & Justice 61 (3), 214-220, 2021
62021
An Impact Velocity Device Design for Blood Spatter Pattern Generation with Considerations for High‐Speed Video Analysis
T Stotesbury, M Illes, AJ Vreugdenhil
Journal of forensic sciences 61 (2), 501-508, 2016
62016
Quantifying visible absorbance changes and DNA degradation in aging bloodstains under extreme temperatures
ML Cossette, T Stotesbury, ABA Shafer
Forensic Science International 318, 110627, 2021
52021
Preliminary analysis of latent fingerprints recovered from underneath bloodstains using matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization fourier-transform ion cyclotron resonance…
K Yeh, WS Burr, NL Stock, T Stotesbury
Forensic Chemistry 20, 100274, 2020
52020
Waterborne epoxy-thiol decorated silica sol-gel coatings: impact of crosslinking on corrosion prevention
S Shetranjiwalla, A Vreugdenhil, T Stotesbury
Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology 87 (2), 504-513, 2018
52018
Novel technological approaches for pedagogy in forensic science: a case study in bloodstain pattern analysis
M Illes, C Bruce, T Stotesbury, R Hanley-Dafoe
Forensic Science Policy & Management: An International Journal 7 (3-4), 87-97, 2016
52016
The development of sensitivity tests for the creation and use of synthetic blood substitutes in bloodstain pattern analysis
TE Stotesbury
University of Auckland, 2012
52012
Investigation of physical effects of Acid Yellow 7 enhancement on dark and non-porous surfaces in impact pattern area of origin estimation
T Stotesbury, M Illes, A Vreugdenhil
Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal 45 (1), 22-35, 2012
52012
Bridging the gap between academia and practice: perspectives from two large-scale and niche research projects in Canada
DV Beresford, T Stotesbury, SV Langer, M Illes, CJ Kyle, B Yamashita
Science & Justice 60 (1), 95-98, 2020
42020
Luminol reagent control materials in bloodstain pattern analysis: A silicon sol-gel polymer alternative
S Polacco, P Wilson, M Illes, AJ Vreugdenhil, T Stotesbury
Forensic Chemistry 12, 91-98, 2019
42019
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