ForensisGroup Magnetic Field Expert Witnesses are scientists and engineers with experience in the field of radiology with expertise in medical imaging, radiation physics, radiographic procedures, radiographic positioning, protection, and exposure. Others have expertise and knowledge of experimental condensed matter physics, with emphasis on research in magnetism and magnetic phenomena.
They have strong analytical chemistry skills, including mass spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR), and synthetic chemistry experience.
They are employed as geomagnetists, materials scientists, and research scientists and lead development of algorithmic and systems hardware solutions for neuroimaging, pediatric imaging, MR-guided therapy and or interventional applications. Some also work with nuclear magnetic resonance and identify new applications of NMR that can be applied to small molecule structure elucidation problems. They apply computational methods to complement interpretation of NMR data, and solve structural problems in product development.
They are employed as magnetic resonance physicists, research scientists, NMR spectroscopists, and clinical imaging practitioners.
Many have degrees in analytical chemistry, physical biochemistry, analytical biochemistry, biochemistry, chemistry, or similar disciplines with biotech or pharma industry experience.
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