Josie Nunn is currently working as a Finance Services Officer in the College of Business, Government and Law as well as in the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work.
She completed her PhD at Flinders University of South Australia, researching haemoglobin components in bruises and the use of spectroscopy to predict their proportions over time. Her research was featured in a Ten News Segment in 2016.
A member of the South Australian branch of the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society (ANZFSS), Josie received a travel scholarship award to the ANZFSS 22nd International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences in 2014. She has since presented at the 22nd Annual Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) Research & Development Topics Conference in 2014, as well as at the 11th Australasian Conference on Vibrational Spectroscopy (ACOVS) and 5th Asian Spectroscopy Conference (ASC) in 2015. Josie’s latest research carried out at the Australian Synchrotron was presented at the 7th European Academy of Forensic Science (EAFS) Conference in 2015 and received equal 1st prize poster winner at the RACI 2015 South Australian Physical Chemistry Symposium.
Josie completed a Summer Scholarship at the Forensic Science Centre of South Australia in 2011, developing methodology to view blood stains on dark clothing.
Josie is intellectually generous and active in sharing her knowledge and experience in forensic science to the community through extracurricular workshops and activities hosted by Flinders University South Australia.
FSSA Summer Scholarship 2011
DFEEST Honours Scholarship Award 2012
ANZFSS 22nd International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences Travel Award 2014
RACI South Australian Physical Chemistry Symposium Equal 1st Prize Poster Winner 2015
Finance Services Officer
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