Jeffery Kweku Dadson is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology currently pursuing a PhD in Chemistry (Analytical Chemistry). He holds an MPhil. in Forensic Science and aims to build and sustain a career in forensic chemistry and toxicology. His research interests covers various aspects of forensic science mostly foresic biochemistry and forensic chemistry. Mr. Dadson and his team are currently involved in chemical profiling of several narcotics seized in Ghana for forensic purposes, characterisation of writing inks in Ghana and spectroscopic identification of body fluids for forensic identification. He has also conducted research to develop chemometric models for the characterization and quantification of adulterants in automobile fuels on the Ghanaian market.
Mr. Dadson is a member of the Forensic Science Society of Ghana (FSSG) and also a Trainee Affiliate of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS)