Sergio Joshua had graduated with an Undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Forensic Biology in Biomedical Science from UTS in 2018 with a major in Organic Chemistry. Upon graduation Sergio gained a position with University of Wollongong (UOW) as a Scholarly Research Associate working for the School of Biological Sciences under the leadership of Professor James Wallman in the field of Forensic Entomology investigating the effects of temperature on decomposing bodies as well as the characterisation of of fly and bug species attracted to dead bodies, this work was performed at the Australian Facility for Taphonomic Experimental Research (AFTER) owned by UTS with a goal of investigating effects to current methods and data compared to previous models used widely in forensics to estimate time since death in related investigations. Sergio also has a year of experience in organic synthesis as a project at UTS in 2019 that looked at enhancing contrast for a current fingermark detection teachnique.
Sergio also teaches a variety of subjects within the School of Life Sciences as a Lecturer, and laboratory demonstrator for biomedical and organic chemistry subjects from first year to final year and is currently a Research Assistant investigating Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) using scientific methods to assess facial features for use in the social and political aspects of alcohol consumption in the late 1800's in conjunction with the School of Communication, Faculty of Arts and Social Science, UTS.
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD)
91161 Cell Biology and Genetics
91326 Analytical Biochemistry
91335 Molecular Biology 2
91344 Medical Diagnostic Biochemistry
91358 Haematology 2
91401 Immunology 1
91402 Anatomical Pathology
91563 Haematology 1
MED1000 Histology (Notre Dame University)