Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2011, $484,819)
This project will address issues of resolution and discriminatory capabilities in controlled substance analysis providing additional reliability and selectivity for forensic evidence and analytical data on new analytes of the piperazine class. The broad objective of this research is to improve the specificity, selectivity and reliability of the analytical methods used to identify ring substituted benzylpiperazines, phenylpiperazines, benzoylpiperazines, phenethylpiperazines and related compounds.
- Gun Wars and Community Terrorization: Investigating Longitudinal Gang Violence in New Jersey from a Networked Perspective
- Examining Radicalizations Risk and Protective Factors: A Case-control Study of Violent Extremists, Non-criminal Extremists & Regular Homicide Offenders
- LC-QqQ-MS screening assay for abused drug exposure based on covalent peptide/protein modification