Name Dr Edward John Mole
Job Title Principal Lecturer in Forensic Science and Chemistry / Course Development and PSRB
Faculty Faculty of Science and Engineering
School School of Sciences
Subject(s) Biology, Chemistry and Forensic Science
Tel 01902 322126
Email e.j.mole@wlv.ac.uk

Biology, Chemistry and Forensic Science

My background is that of a Chemist/Biochemist with many years of teaching experience in the areas of chemistry, biochemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry and forensic toxicology.  I have acquired many practical skills in the analytical sciences, including use of UV/visible spectroscopy, 1H and 13C NMR spectroscopy (including 2D), mass spectrometry, high-pressure liquid chromatography, gas-liquid chromatography and associated hyphenated techniques with mass spectrometry.  From 2005 until 2013 I held managerial responsibility for the Physical Sciences Team within the Department of Pharmacy. I recently transferred to the newly formed School of Biology, Chemistry and Forensic Science with a remit to develop a bespoke BSc Chemistry degree course.  This follows on from my experience gained in developing Pharmaceutical Science, Forensic Science and Pharmacy courses within the University.

 

Current Post

  • Principal Lecturer (PL) in :Chemistry, Biochemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Forensic Science, University of Wolverhampton,1988-present

 

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RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME
Successful Research Supervision

Research Student 
Project Title
S Phillips  Awarded MPhil
A study of Amine Protecting Group Stability in Polymer Supported Peptide Synthesis
July 1990
Research Student
Project Title
H Paynter Awarded PhD Synthesis and Evaluation of Novel Enkephalin Analogues Sept. 1998
Research Student
Project Title
M Richards  Awarded PhD   

Refined Methods in Solid (Gel) Phase Peptide Synthesis

April 2001

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