Amanda L.A. Mohr is a graduate of The University of Montana graduating with dual degrees in in Human Biological Sciences and Sociology with an emphasis in Criminology. She then obtained a Masters of Science in Forensic Science from Arcadia University.
Currently, Mandi serves as an Associate Director at the CFSRE. In this role, Mandi works on variety of analytical projects associated with toxicology samples, teaches graduate students on analytical and instrumental toxicology lab and serves as a principle investigator or co-principle investigator on grant-funded research. Mandi maintains an active research agenda and is funded through the National Institute of Justice. Her current research interests include method development for the identification and prevalence determination of novel psychoactive substances, oral fluid drug testing, and drug impaired driving. She has author or co-authored over 20 peer reviewed publications and has presented her work nationally and internationally. In recognition of the advancements she has made to the field of forensic toxicology, Mandi was awarded the Forensic Sciences Foundation Student Scholarship Award by the American Academy of Forensic Sciences in 2013, UCT’s Excellence in SPE Award in 2016 and most recently the 2019 Irving Sunshine Award by the Toxicology Section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.