Eva started her career by obtaining her BSc in Forensic and Environmental Analysis which saw her work in the pharmaceutical industry for almost two years before attending the University of Strathclyde’s renowned Centre for Forensic Science where she gained an MSc in Forensic Science. Part of the MSc course involved working with the now defunct Forensic Science Service on a project researching a new recovery method for traces of liquid fire accelerants from suspects’ hands. She returned to work in Dublin where she joined IFIC Forensics in June 2012.
Eva has been involved in a wide variety of cases since joining IFIC Forensics to include investigations of fires and explosions in residential, commercial, industrial, vehicle and marine cases. Eva is a member of the Fire Investigators Association of Ireland of which she is an active committee member. Eva is continually expanding on her expertise, including undertaking training courses in vehicle fire investigation and attending annual training conferences.