Loyola University Maryland

Department of Forensic Science

Faculty & Staff

Hands-on work with instructor, simulated blood spatter under black light, classroom instruction
Name DepartmentEmailPhoneOffice
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Theresa Allen Director Program Operations
Forensic Scienceteallen@loyola.edu 410-617-2642 Newman Towers West 152A
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Tatiana Anderson Affiliate Instructor
Forensic Sciencetanderson2@loyola.edu Newman Towers West 152F
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Marion Davidson Assistant Teaching Professor
Forensic Sciencemdavidson2@loyola.edu 410-617-2341 Newman Towers West 152B
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Rana DellaRocco Affiliate Instructor
Forensic Scienceradellarocco@loyola.edu
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Rachelle Fobbs Affiliate Instructor
Forensic Sciencerfobbs@loyola.edu Newman Towers West 152F
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Zoe Foglia Laboratory Manager
Forensic Sciencezjfoglia@loyola.edu 410-617-2959 Newman Towers West 152C
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Jonathan Fried Graduate Director, Forensic Pattern Analysis, Assistant Teaching Professor
Forensic Sciencejfried@loyola.edu 410-617-2269 Newman Towers West 152N
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Dana Keiter Affiliate Instructor
Forensic Sciencedkeiter@loyola.edu Newman Towers West 152F
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Diane Lawder Affiliate Instructor
Forensic Sciencedlawder@loyola.edu Newman Towers West 152F
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Whitley Mayo Affiliate Instructor
Forensic Sciencewmayo1@loyola.edu Newman Towers West 152F
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John Morgan, Ph.D. Affiliate Instructor
Forensic Sciencejsmorgan@loyola.edu
David Rivers
David Rivers, Ph.D. Department Chair, Professor of Biology
Forensic Sciencedrivers@loyola.edu 410-617-2057 Newman Towers West 152L
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Alan Thoms-Chesley, Ph.D. Graduate Director, Biological Forensics, Assistant Teaching Professor
Forensic Scienceathomschesley@loyola.edu 410-617-5504 Newman Towers West 152E
Brian Barr

Brian Barr, Ph.D.

This associate professor of chemistry supports his students in discerning their own path

Student and forensics professor reviewing an experiment

Forensic Studies major

Demand for professionals with forensic training has never been greater, and Loyola’s Forensic Studies program is unique in that it encompasses 16 departments of academic focus—the most of any program in the country.