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WILLIAM L. JENKINS
ETSU Toxicology is located within the William L. Jenkins Forensic Center, Magnolia
and Fifth Street, Building 6, Mountain Home, TN 37684. ETSU Toxicology has published
several articles in collaboration with the State Medical Examiners and other forensic
scientists. These articles have covered specific drug overdoses, interactions, and
novel analytical techniques as applied to forensic cases.
KE Ferslew, AN Hagardorn, WF McCormick. Postmortem determination of the distribution of sufentanil and midazolam after an
acute intoxication. J Forens Sci 34: 249-57 (1989)
KE Ferslew, AN Hagardorn, WF McCormick. A fatal interaction of methocarbamol and ethanol in an accidental poisoning. J Forens Sci 35: 477-82 (1989)
KE Ferslew, AN Hagardorn, WF McCormick. Poisoning from oral ingestion of carbofuran (Furadan 4F), a cholinesterase inhibiting carbamate insecticide and the effects on cholinesterase activity in various biological fluids. J Forens Sci 37: 337-44 (1992)
KE Ferslew, AN Hagardorn, WF McCormick. Application of micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography to forensic analysis of barbiturates in biological fluids. J Forens Sci 40: 245-9 (1995)
KE Ferslew, AN Hagardorn, GC Harlan, WF McCormick. A fatal drug interaction between clozapine and fluoxetine. J Forens Sci 43(5): 1082-5 (1998)
KE Ferslew, AN Hagardorn, MT Harrison, WF McCormick. Capillary ion analysis of potassium concentrations in human vitreous humor. Electrophoresis 19(1): 6-10 (1998)
KE Ferslew and AN Hagardorn. Capillary Ion Electrophoresis in Forensic Science. The Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry; R.A. Meyers, Editor in Chief; John Wiley & Sons, LTD., Chichester, England, 1-11 (2000)
KE Ferslew, AN Hagardorn, and TA Robert. Capillary Ion Electrophoresis of Endogenous Anions and Anionic Adulterants in Human Urine. J Forens Sci 46(3):191-202 (2001)
KE Ferslew, AN Hagardorn, and TA Robert. Determination of Chromate Adulteration of Human Urine by Automated Colorimetric and Capillary Ion Electrophoretic Analyses. J Anal Tox 27:36-39 (2003)
DL Burrows, AN Hagardorn, GC Harlan, EDB Wallen and KE Ferslew. A Fatal Drug Interaction Between Oxycodone and Clonazepam. J Forens Sci 48(3):1-4 (2003)
DL Burrows, A Nicolaides, GC Stephens and KE Ferslew. The Distribution of Sevoflurane in a Sevoflurane Induced Death. J Forens Sci 49(2):1-4 (2004).
DL Burrows, AN Hagardorn, GC Harlan, EDB Wallen and KE Ferslew. Authors' Responses
to the Commentary on "A Fatal Drug Interaction Between Oxycodone and Clonazepam". J Forens Sci 49(2):642 and 644 (2004)
DL Burrows, A Nicolaides, GC Stephens and KE Ferslew. Sevoflurane Analysis in Various Biological Matrices by Headspace Gas Chromatography. J Anal Tox 28:418-421 (2004)
DL Burrows, A Nicolaides, DA Johnson, MM Duffourc and KE Ferslew. Papain, A Novel Urine Adulterant. J Anal Tox 29:275-295 (2005)
BR Manno, JE Manno, and KE Ferslew. Epidemiological Basis of Alcohol-Induced Psychomotor Impairment (PMPI), Medical-Legal Aspects of Alcohol, 5th edition, JC Garriott, editor, Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc., Tucson, AZ, Chapter 12, p 303-345 (2008)
JE Manno, BR Manno, and KE Ferslew. Experimental Basis of Psychomotor Performance Impairment, Medical-Legal Aspects of Alcohol, 5th edition, JC Garriott, editor, Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc., Tucson, AZ, Chapter 13, p 347-378 (2008)
Ferslew, K.E., Kemp, P., Winecker, R., and L. Langman: Reliable, Relevant and Valid Forensic Science: Eleven Sections - One Academy, What
Could be more Relevant Than Forensic Toxicology? But Is It Valid and Reliable? Academy News, 40(4):8 and 32(2010).
TH Wright, K. Cline-Parhamovich, D. Lajoie, L. Parsons, M. Dunn, KE Ferslew. Deaths Involving Methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDVP) In Upper East Tennessee. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 58(6):1558-62 (2013).
Ferslew, K.E.: "Upper East Tennessee Regional Forensic Center" in Section 3, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, State of Tennessee 2010 - Present. Part of The History of the NAME, 2014 edition, pages 72-75 (NAME_History_eBook_2014.pdf at www.TheNAME.org/).
Ferslew, K.E.: Epidemiological Basis of Alcohol-Induced Psychomotor Performance Impairment
in Garriots's Medicolegal Aspects of Alcohol, 6th Edition, B. Goldberger and Y. Caplan,
Editors, Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc., Tucson, AZ, Chapter 13, pages
Ferslew, K.E.: Experimental Basis of Alcohol-Induced Psychomotor Performance Impairment in Garriott's Medicolegal Aspects of Alcohol, 6th Edition, B. Goldberger and Y. Caplan, Editors, Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc., Tucson, AZ, Chapter 13, pages 382-422, 2015.
Ferslew, K.E.: Specimen Preparation/Extraction in Principles of Forensic Toxicology,
5th Edition, S. Kerrigan and B. Levine, Editors, Springer Publishing Company, New
York, NY, Chapter X, pages Y-Z, 2019 (in press).
Forensic Toxicology: Kenneth E. Ferslew, Ph.D., F-ABFT, (Ph: 423/439-6424)
Forensic Pathology: William F. McCormick, M.D. (Ph: 423/348-6012)