Dr Emmanuel Nsiah Amoako

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Emmanuel's research focuses on the interaction between forensic science and law. Building on his doctoral degree in Law and MSc in forensic science, his research interest is in forensic science regulation and reforms, quality assurance, and improvement, with a special focus on professional integrity and competency. He has an interdisciplinary understanding of forensic science, expert evidence/witness, and wrongful convictions, and can consider contentions from his multi-disciplinary background. He is proficient in both legal and forensic analysis and conversant in substantive debates and research methodologies in each discipline, such as qualitative research methodologies and thematic analysis.

Before joining UWE, Bristol, Emmanuel worked as a research assistant on different commissioned projects on Science and Technology Studies at Northumbria University, Newcastle, such as Police use of Polygraphs and Data-Analytics in England and Wales and advances in the use of forensic genetics. He also collaborated with forensic science and criminal justice scholars to establish an interdisciplinary Science and Justice research interest group at Northumbria University Law School and published in both academic journals and parliamentary consultations on forensic science in England and Wales.


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