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Dr.Swindell’s research on death row inmates, adverse childhood events (ACES) and adverse lifetime events (ALTES), Swindell, 2019) and neuroscience is groundbreaking. She was recently invited as a guest speaker at the US Administrative Office of the Courts to share her research findings on the effects of community and family violence, ACES and ALTES on brain development and architecture. She independently contracts as a Mitigation Specialist and SME in family and community violence/dysfunction, attachment, child emotional, physical, mental, and sexual abuse, and addictions as related to brain development. Dr. Swindell, a professor of Social Work at Mississippi State University-Meridian, recently made history as the first teaching PhD in Social Work and MSW to be awarded both tenure and the rank of full professor. Dr. Swindell completed her Ph.D. (2001) and MSW (1992) in Social Work from the University of Alabama-in the traditional, brick and mortar environment.
Assistant Professor at Govt. Institute of Forensic Science, Nagpur. with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry for about seven years. Skilled in Forensic Science, Evidence Collection, DNA Extraction, and Public Speaking. Strong research professional with a Master of Science (M.Sc.) focused in Forensic Science from Amity University, Noida. Areas of research interest are Forensic Anthropology, Fingerprints, Questioned Document Examination, Handwriting Analysis.
Viacheslav V.Sushko was born on 13/02/1973 & he completed his PhD, National University Odessa Law Academy.Criminalistic, forensic expertise, experienced in psychiatry and education in psychiatry.