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LC-MS Analysis in Forensic Drugs-of-Abuse and Pain Management Testing: Improve Confidence, Sample Throughput, and Reliability

New Mass Spectroscopy Webinar from Thermo Scientific

LC-MS Analysis in Forensic Drugs-of-Abuse and Pain Management Testing:
Improve Confidence, Sample Throughput, and Reliability

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Event Overview

This webinar will discuss the benefits and shortcomings of current LC-MS analytical methodologies for forensic drugs-of-abuse and pain management testing. The latest technological advancements in liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry will be presented highlighting improvements in productivity utilising automated online sample preparation technology, multiplexing, tandem MS and ultrahigh resolution accurate mass MS systems.

Who Should Attend

  • Pain Management Service Labs
  • Drug Testing Labs
  • Reference/Toxicology Labs
  • SAMSHA Labs

Key Learning Objectives

  • Understand applications of current and cutting-edge LC/MS tools
  • Pros and cons of each LC/MS approach for forensic drugs-of-abuse and pain management forensic testing labs
  • Automated, online sample preparation and multiplexing for high sample throughput

Your Presenters

ShushanDr Bori Shushan, President and CSO, Clinical Mass Spec Consultants
Dr Shushan earned a PhD in Analytical Chemistry in 1980 specialising in tandem mass spectrometry; worked with atmospheric pressure ionisation tandem mass spectrometry (API-MS/MS) for close to 30 years; developed API-MS/MS methods for the clinical diagnostic market for 15 years; awarded patents in the field of clinical MS/MS; published over 30 papers in peer reviewed journals and book chapters and well over 100 presentations at scientific conferences.

 

BussoloDr Joe DiBussolo, Senior Applications Scientist, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr Joe Di Bussolo has over 25-years experience working in development, validation and support of analytical instruments and software products. He is currently Senior Applications Scientist for Thermo Fisher Scientific and is on staff at West Chester University of Pennsylvania as an adjunct professor and participates in their Pharmaceutical Product Development programme.