Dr Jose Gonzalez-Rodriguez

    Reader / Programme Leader

    School of Chemistry
    College of Science

    About Jose Gonzalez-Rodriguez

    Dr Gonzalez-Rodriguez holds both degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry and a Maters degree in Environmental Sciences. His PhD is in Analytical Chemistry and has developed research in this area for more than 16 years. Dr Gonzalez has published more than 40 papers and communications to congresses and has attracted funds over 3.5 Million€ in the last 4 years. He is the programme leader of the Erasmus Mundus Masters in Forensic Science and Erasmus+ co-ordinator of the School of Chemistry. He has experience in running and teaching joint modules with other International Universities. He has also refereed more than 100 papers for international journals and acted as evaluator and reviewer for EC FP-7 Security and ITN calls from 2009 to 2015. He has also acted as referee for the Research Councils of the UK and Luxemburg. Currently he is directing 6 PhDs (forensic toxicology, pharmaceutical analysis, explosive analysis, electrochemical sensors and rare metals recovery using molecular imprinted polymers)

    Department Responsibilities

    1. Module coordinator for Introductory Chemistry since 2008 and module coordinator for Analytical Techniques since 2009 (BSc Forensic Science) 2. Module Coordinator for Sensors in Forensic Science, Statistics in Forensic Science and Project Module in the Erasmus Mundus in Forensic Science since 2011. 3. Programme Leader for the MSc Erasmus Mundus in Forensic Science since 2011. 4. Erasmus Coordinator of the School of Natural and Applied Sciences since 2006

    Subject Specialism

    Analytical and Forensic Chemistry. Sensors and Environmental Chemistry

    Qualifications

    • Post Graduate Degree in Education — University of Lincoln (UK), 2010
    • PhD on Analytical Chemistry — University of Cordoba (Spain), 2003
    • MSc in Environmental Control — Polytechnic University of Madrid (Spain), 2000
    • BSc on Biochemistry — University of Cordoba (Spain), 1998
    • BSc (Honours) on Chemistry — University of Cordoba (Spain), 1995

    Awards

    • 1. 2011. Erasmus Mundus Masters Proposal “MSc in Forensic Science 512007-1-2010-1-UK-ERA MUNDUS-EM
    • 2. 2010. Royal Society of Chemistry (October 2010-2011). Analysis and design of a multisensor array
    • 3. 2010. Asianet Project (European Commission). ‘Need for researcher’s internationalisation in F
    • 4. 2010. Recycling of Rhenium from superalloys “RHENEX”, Higher Education & Regional Fellows
    • 5. 2009. Miniaturized Extractor Enhancement, Higher Education Innovation & Regional Fellowships.
    • 6. 2009. Development of a method for the analysis of serotonin and ethyl glucuronide by LC-MS/MS in
    • 7. 2008. Design of a Miniaturized Superheated Liquid Extractor. Higher Education Innovation & Re
    • As Principal Investigator (internally funded)
    • 8. Development of a method for the analysis of serotonin and metabolites by LC-MS/MS in biological s
    • 9. The Use of Student-Produced Video Clips in Teaching Practical Chemistry Skills to Forensic Scienc
    • As a co-investigator (externally funded)
    • 10. 2011. Baron, M.(PI), and Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J. Fuel adulteration. DeCipher Ltd. £69000 [Octobe
    • 11. 2011. Baron, M., Croxton, R., and Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J. (2011) Development and optimisation of
    • 12. 2011. Baron, M., Croxton, R., Gennard, D., Gonzalez-Rodriguez, Hobson, S. and James, D. (2011) C
    • 13. 2011. The Higher Education Academy, UK Physical Sciences Centre, Development Project. Crime Scen
    • 14. 2010. Design of 2D and 3D nanoscale molecular platforms: surface templates fabricated on gold su
    • 15 2010. International cooperation: Development of the module “FORENSIC ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY” ta
    • 16. 2009. Croxton, R., Baron, M., and Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J. (2009) The analysis of the composition
    • 17. 2009. Chemistry.FM. HEFCE/JISC/Academy Open Educational Resources Grant Funding 14/08. (£17920)
    • 18. 2008. International cooperation: Development of the module “FORENSIC ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY” t
    • 19. 2008. Croxton, R., Baron, M., and Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J. (2008) The analysis of the composition
    • 20. 2004. Analytical Pervaporation: Study of new membranes to improve the process and its applicatio
    • 21. 2003. Total Automation of the analytical parameters used to control and monitor the wine elabora
    • As a co-investigator (internally funded)
    • 22. Croxton, R., Baron, M., Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J., Bonner, S. and Marr, B. (2011) Development of pr
    • 23. Development of Pre-lab Interactive Learning Objects to Enhance Student Experience and Learning.
    • 24. Croxton, R., Baron, M., and Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J. (2009) Development of a liquid chromatography
    • 25. The Chemical Analysis of Fingerprints: A collaborative undergraduate project. Undergraduate Rese
    • 26. The Use of Student-Produced Video Clips in Teaching Chemistry Skills to Level 1 Forensic Science
    • Participation in Funded Projects:
    • As Principal Investigator (externally funded)

    Professional Affiliations

    • Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (MRSC)
    • Chartered Chemist (CChem)
    • Chartered Scientist (CSci)
    • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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