Dr. Rankin featured in Forensic Nexus Q/A session

Forensic Nexus Q/A Session with a Forensic Chemistry expert and professor! August 22, 2011,  Forensic Nexus Forensic Nexus would like to introduce you to Dr. John G. Rankin, a Forensic Chemistry professor at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. Dr. … Continued



Dr. Rankin featured in We Are Marshall Newsletter

Forensics professor receives federal grant to analyze interpretation of fire debris Marshall University has received a $540,752 grant from the National Institute of Justice for a two-year project to study factors that affect interpretation of data by fire debris analysts … Continued


Marshall Forensics Professor Receives Grant to Analyze Fire Debris – Forensic Magazine

Marshall University has received a $540,752 grant from the National Institute of Justice for a two-year project to study factors that affect interpretation of data by fire debris analysts and to develop a computer program to aid in interpretation. Dr. J. Graham Rankin, a professor of forensic chemistry in the Forensic Science Graduate Program at Marshall, is conducting the study, which began January 1, 2011.


Marshall University forensics professor receives federal grant to analyze interpretation of fire debris

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Marshall University has received a $540,752 grant from the National Institute of Justice for a two-year project to study factors that affect interpretation of data by fire debris analysts and to develop a computer program to aid in interpretation. Dr. J. Graham Rankin, a professor of forensic chemistry in the Forensic Science Graduate Program at Marshall, is conducting the study, which began January 1, 2011…