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Mathews Journal of Forensic Research

2692-8442

Mathews Journal of Forensic Research (MJFR; ISSN 2692-8442) is an open access journal that publishes seminal research on all aspects relating to Forensic science, such as pathology, psychiatry, toxicology, serology, histochemistry, chemistry (including drugs, alcohol, etc.), biology (including the identification of hair and fibers), genetics, anthropology, entomology, and odontology. Additionally, this journal deals with associated topics, such as criminalistics, crime scene investigation, accident investigation, document examination, quality assurance, firearms, digital forensics, digital evidence, legal medicine, jurisprudence, gunshot injury, etc.

MJFR accepts submissions in the form of original research articles, reviews, commentaries, and pertinent case studies in relevant areas of Education and Training and Forensic and Legal Medicine. This journal offers comprehensive and pioneering information on all areas of forensic sciences by disseminating highly specialised research, ground-breaking discoveries, and fundamental research, thereby serving as a platform for exchanging information between forensic researchers and advancing our understanding of the basic mechanisms that can help in advancing the field as a whole.

Why publish with us?

High Visibility:
 MJFR follows an open access policy that allows the published articles to reach across the globe.
Promotion in Social Media: MJFR provides article alerts and regular email updates to ensure higher visibility.
Rigorous peer review: Every manuscript submitted undergoes a thorough and rigorous double-blind peer-review. This process eliminates subjective judgments and bias from the decision making process.

We welcome all types of articles related to Forensic Research. For submission assistance contact: [email protected]. Please follow the Author Guidelines.

If you are not sure whether your work is suitable for this journal, please email us at [email protected] or call us at +1-606-405–6566.

Recently Published Articles
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Thyroid Cartilage Radiological Clues Following Exhumation in a Suspected Case of Strangulation

Published : 27th January 2021
Authors : Elmas Shaqiri1, Bledar Xhemali1, Gentian Vyshka2*
Citation : Shaqiri E, et al. (2021). Thyroid cartilage radiological clues following exhumation in a suspected case of strangulation. Mathews J Foren. (2)1:8.

Research Article

Role of Hair Keratin Phenotypes in the Establishment of Individuality & Determination of Inheritance; A Comparative Study Among the Distinct Indian Stratums

Published : 09th November 2018
Author : Amit Chauhan*
Citation : Chauhan A. (2018). Role of Hair Keratin Phenotypes in the Establishment of Individuality & Determination of Inheritance; A Comparative Study Among the Distinct Indian Stratums. Mathews J Foren. 1(1): 007.

Mini Review

Converting the Culprits/Reducing International Cyber Security Vulnerability: Garnering Hacker Allegiance Within and Across Borders

Published : 15th October 2018
Author : Georgie Ann Weatherby*
Citation : Weatherby GA. (2018). Converting the Culprits/Reducing International Cyber Security Vulnerability: Garnering Hacker Allegiance Within and Across Borders. Mathews J Foren. 1(1): 006.

Research Article

Real Time and In Situ Measurement of Rifling Angles with a Hand-Held Digital Device: A Technical Implication to the JFK Assassination Case

Published : 11th October 2018
Author : John Zheng Wang*
Citation : Wang JZ. (2018). Real Time and In-Situ Measurement of Rifling Angles with a Hand-Held Digital Device: A Technical Implication to the J.F.K. Assassination Case. Mathews J Foren. 1(1): 005

Review Article

Overdose Toxic Effect of Hallucinogenic Drug: Lysergic Acid Diethylamide

Published : 05th October 2018
Authors : Rohit Kumar Verma1 , Mahipal Singh Sankhla2 , Rajeev Kumar3
Citation : Verma RK, Sankhla MS, and Kumar R. (2018). Overdose Toxic Effect of Hallucinogenic Drug: Lysergic Acid Diethylamide. Mathews J Foren. 1(1): 004.

Research Article

Forensic Engineering of Advanced Polymeric Materials. Part VI – Degradation of Polyester-based Materials Obtained by Different Processing Methods – Comparative Studies

Published : 04th May 2018
Authors : Joanna Rydz1,2*, Jennifer Gonzalez Ausejo3 , Marta Musioł1 , Wanda Sikorska1 , Jakub Włodarczyk1 , Henryk Janeczek1 , Alena Šišková4 , Brian Johnston5 , Marek Kowalczuk1,5
Citation : Rydz J, Gonzalez Ausejo J, Musioł M, Sikorska W, et al. (2018). Forensic Engineering of Advanced Polymeric Materials. Part VI – Degradation of Polyester-based Materials Obtained by Different Processing Methods – Comparative Studies. Mathews J Foren. 1(1): 003.

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