Journal of Developments in Mass Spectrometry

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Developments in Mass Spectrometry-Forensic Science-Suvarna Kishore Marimganti


Department of Chemistry, University of Rhode Island, Kingston.

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Suvarna Kishore Marimganti


9 Canterbury Ct Budd Lake, 
NJ 07828

Research Interests:

  • Forensic Science,
  •  Toxicology,
  •  Addiction Medicine,
  •  Emergency Toxicology, 
  • Biological Anthropology.


  • About 10 years of pharmaceutical research and industrial experience with unique analytical & formulation lab to commercial launch exposure of generic pharmaceutical formulations. 
  • Primary focus on pre-formulation, analytical, formulation/product development, tech transfer and supply of clinical materials. 
  • Experience in the development of generic topical (ointments, creams, gels, lotions, solutions, aerosol sprays and aerosol foams), nasal (solution sprays) and transdermal (hydrogel and solvent matrix patches) products with working exposure of solid oral products. 
  • Experience in managing full ANDA product life cycles with more than 20 ANDA filings with the FDA. 
  • Manage analytical and formulation teams and development labs. 
  • Actively communicated and worked with other departments such as QA, regulatory and external clients to achieve project goals in timely fashion. 
  • Highly interacted with the management for strategy and portfolio development. 
  • Quick learner with good organizational and entrepreneurial skills.

Honors & Awards:

  • Los Alamos National Labs Student Travel Award, NATAS meetings, 2005, Universal City, CA.
  • Fellowship to attend Gordon Research Conference on energetic materials, 2004, Tilton, NH.
  • Out Standing Graduate Teaching Assistant, Chemistry department, 2004, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI.


  1. Oxley, Jimmie C.; Smith, James L.; Kirschenbaum, Louis J.; Marimganti, S.; Efremenko, Irena.; Zach, Raya.; Zeiri, Yhuda. Submitted “Accumulation of Explosives in Hair: Part 3: Binding Site Study”. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 57(3):623-35, January 2012.
  2. Oxley, Jimmie C.; Smith, James L.; Kirschenbaum, Louis J.; Marimganti, S.; Valdamannati, Sravanthi.“Detection of Explosives in Hair using Ion Mobility Spectrometry.” Journal of Forensic Sciences. 53 (3):690-693, May 2008.
  3. Oxley, Jimmie C.; Smith, James L.; Kirschenbaum, Louis J.; Marimganti, S. “Accumulation of Explosives in Hair: Part 2: Factors Affecting Sorption.” Journal of Forensic Sciences. 52 (6):291-1296, November 2007.
  4. Oxley, Jimmie C.; Smith, James L.; Kirshenbaum, Louis, J.; Shinde, Kajal P.; and Marimganti, Suvarna. “Accumulation of Explosives in Hair.” Journal of Forensic Sciences. 50(4): 826-831.July 2005.
  5. JC Oxley, JL Smith, L Kirschenbaum, KP Shinde, S Marimganti “ New Source of Evidence: Explosive Traces in Hair” Defence and Security , 246-255