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drug metabolism or biotransformation from basic to advanced, hepatocytes from basic to advanced, drug toxicity and side effects, alcohol clearance and levels

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32 years research experience in above areas, 30 years educational experience in University. Retained expert for numerous legal firms dealing with matters of drugs (legal and illegal)and alcohol.


B.Sc(Hons) Biochemistry, University of Liverpool, UK
fil.dr. (Medical Chemistry) Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

Fellow of the British Pharmacological Society

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

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Rick08/05/13101010Many thanks. Gave me areas to look .....
Julian07/26/13101010Your help was superb.
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2016-11-23 Project:

Hi, Kambili,  Thanks for your question. Answers below:    Degrees: BSc Biochemistry, PhD Medical Chemistry, Certificate Criminal Law  Director of Glasgow Expert Witness Service Ltd.

2016-07-11 Important major:

Hi, Hiam,    Thanks for your question.    The old empirical way of finding new drugs or lead compounds for developing new drugs is long gone - we used to search 1000's of compounds and look at their properties

2013-07-26 distance learning:

Hi, Rick,    Thanks for your question.    I don't think the University of Strathclyde run this degree by distance learning but it might be worth asking. Otherwise the only real alternative is to look at

2013-07-26 People whose forensic blood traces are engineered to break down quickly?:

Hi, Julian,    Sorry for delay - needed some sleep!    Don't see a problem with the enzyme DNase (which denatures DNA) being engineered into a nanobot and getting rid of DNA traces. However, how does it

2013-07-25 People whose forensic blood traces are engineered to break down quickly?:

Hi, Julian,    Thanks for your question - right into Science Finction myself so I can see where you are coming from!    Not sure if it's the proteins you need to worry about here - they break down relatively


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