Faculty & Staff

Paris Favorite for WEBMs. Paris Favorite

Instructor

Bashful Administration Building, Room 205

504-286-5112

pfavorite@suno.edu

 

 

Ms. Favorite graduated with her Master of Science in Forensic Science from Texas Tech University May 16, 2014.  During her time at Texas Tech University, Ms. Favorite gave back to the community by volunteering as a guest lecturer for South Plains Academy, Lubbock, Texas. She spoke to the students about her research on “The Recovery of DNA in Indoor and Outdoor Area Environments.” In addition, she was chosen as an opening speaker for a crime lab detective exhibit at Western Heritage Museum in Hobbs, New Mexico to discuss the facts and fictions about what takes place at crime scene investigations. Ms. Favorite is a native of New Orleans, and she  obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology from SUNO.  She is a recipient of the Scholarship of Excellence in Natural Science (SENS).  Her interest lies in the exploration of DNA sampling.

 

Lisa T. Brown for WEBMs. Lisa T. Brown

Laboratory Assistant

Bashful Administration Building, Room 205

504-286-5308

lbrown@suno.edu

 

 

Ms. Brown earned a BS degree in Chemistry in 1998 from SUNO.  She has worked for the Centers for Disease Control, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and the Louisiana Office of Public Health as an analytical chemist and GC/MS specialist.  Ms. Brown also has taught high school and college mathematics and earned a MAT degree in secondary math education from Xavier University in 2009.

Pamela Marshall for WEBPam Marshall, MS, PhD

Assistant Professor and Interim Director

Bashful Administration Building, Room 205

504-286-5307

pmarshall@suno.edu

 

 

Dr. Marshall has been involved in the field of forensic analysis since 2002. Upon the completion of her Master’s degree in Forensic Genetics in 2002, she worked as a Forensic Scientist III at the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division from 2003-2007.  While in Maryland, Dr. Marshall became an expert on sexual assault kit examination and collection practices.  She was the Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE) Coordinator for the state, helped to promote 120-hour SAFE collection legislation, and assisted in the training of more than 200 SAFE nurses. She has extensive teaching experience and has taught graduate-level coursework in the forensic disciplines of serology, DNA and microscopy.  Dr. Marshall also has worked as a Forensic Biologist at the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Science, located in Dallas, Texas.  Dr. Marshall has traveled abroad to Luanda, Angola, Africa for three weeks in order to train six analysts in forensic DNA analysis. She has been qualified as an expert witness in the field of serology in Maryland and Texas. She has been a member of the Mid-Atlantic Association of Forensic Scientists, an Associate Member of the International Association of Forensic Nurses, and is a current Associate Member of the American Academy of Forensic Science.  She holds an additional Master’s degree from the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, Texas in Biochemistry and earned her PhD in Forensic and Investigative Genetics, under the guidance of major professor, Dr. Bruce Budowle. Her research interests include low copy number DNA, pressure cycling technology, and PCR enhancement.