Alcohol, Drug & DUI Testing Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in the area of testing for Alcohol, Drugs & DUI offenses. Methods and Practice of testing, testing policy and procedure, and adequacy of analyzing the test.
The listings below are all Alcohol, Drug & DUI Testing expert witnesses and consultants.
Featured ListingsTed Simon LLC
Ted Simon, Ph.D., DABT
Award winning toxicologist and scientist. 10 years experience as a toxicologist employed by the Environmental Protection Agency EPA. Expertise in toxicology risk assessment and environmental health. Experienced expert witness on issues including environmental risk drug and alcohol cases DUI accidental poisoning and intellectual property.
Expert ListingsThe Mackenzie Group, LLC
Rodney G. Richmond, RPh, MS, CGP, FASCP
Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacoepidemiology, Adverse Drug Reactions/Drug Interactions, Medication Errors, Nursing Homes/Long-Term Care, Geriatric Pharmacotherapy, Drugs/Narcotics.
Ernest P. Chiodo, MD, JD, MPH, MS, MBA, CIH
Clinical and Forensic Medicine
MD & JD (Wayne State), MPH (Harvard), MS (Biomedical Engineering and Toxicology-WSU), MBA (University of Chicago), CIH. Physician, Attorney, Certified Industrial Hygienist, Toxicologist & Epidemiologist. Former Medical Director of the Detroit Health Department. Board certified in internal med, occupational & environ. med, & public health.
American Scientific Consultants Corp
Dr. Richard Stripp is a nationally recognized expert in toxicology providing services in all aspects of a clinical and forensic toxicology. He has served as an expert consultant in 1000s of cases in the field of toxicology and pharmacology for attorneys, investigators, and physicians involved in forensic and clinical toxicological evaluations associated with ethanol, drugs of abuse, prescription medications and chemical exposure. Dr. Stripp provides unbiased expert case reviews involving drug effect on human performance, toxicity of iatrogenic/ therapeutic agents, lead and other toxic metals, carbon monoxide and environmental/occupational hazards. These services include, impartial evaluations involving drug impairment, overdose, toxic chemical exposure, medical issues associated with drug therapy, poisoning, and the role of drugs, alcohol, or chemical exposure in civil and criminal litigation. This covers a full breath of forensic medical-legal cases
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