Richard Stripp

Richard Stripp

Richard Stripp
Assistant Professor
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1993  PhD      St. John's University, College of Pharmacy & Allied Health Professions
(Pharmacology & Toxicology)
1988  MS       St. John's University, College of Pharmacy & Allied Health Professions 
(Forensic Toxicology)
1983  BS        St. John's University, College of Pharmacy & Allied Health Professions 
(Toxicology minors in Chemistry and Biology)


A renowned forensic toxicologist, Dr. Stripp has several decades of hands-on experience as a practicing toxicologist and he has been asked to opine on hundreds of high profile toxicology cases.   Dr. Stripp’s formal education and training has primarily focused on the toxicological and pharmacological aspects of drug, chemical and alcohol exposure and his scholarly activities principally focuses on the development of novel methods for assessing potential toxicity.  Dr. Stripp has authored numerous scientific publications; articles and books related to forensic and clinical toxicology, and he has been asked to appear on a variety of media outlets.  Dr. Stripp has successfully mentored numerous graduate students interested in toxicology and they have excelled in their field.  Dr. Stripp’s students have received appointments in highly respected toxicology departments or laboratories, continued their advanced training in toxicology or have enrolled medical school.   Dr. Stripp welcomes students seeking scientific advisement in the area of forensic/clinical toxicology.





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Dr. Richard Stripp is a highly respected toxicologist with extensive expertise in forensic and clinical toxicology.   His research focuses on the measurement of drugs and chemicals in biological matrices and the assessment of their associated effects.   His scholarly interest covers the full breath of forensic medical-legal toxicology.





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