Join us for an extended webinar focusing on data management solutions for the cannabis testing laboratory.
Join us on June 22 with Boris Heifets, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, who will explore the future of psychedelic medicine.
Join Susan Audino, PhD, Chemistry Laboratory Consultant at S. Audino & Associates, LLC, who will be presenting an update on cannabis standard test methods for 2022 as well as exploring the key organizations in pursuit of reputable, expert-driven and expert-vetted test methods to provide a level ‘playing field’ to the best extent possible.
Kevin McKernan, CSO at Medicinal Genomics will be joining us to discuss genetic variation in the Psilocybe cubensis synthesis pathway and the design of qPCR assays for simultaneous quantification of E. coli and Salmonella species contamination concurrent with Psilocybe cubensis species identification.
Speaking at the recent Analytical Cannabis Expo North America in March 2022, Don Land, PhD, Chief Scientific Consultant from Steep Hill, presented his talk on categorizing cannabis cultivars based on their genetic and chemical content.
Speaking at the Analytical Cannabis Expo North America 2022 back in March 2022, Brian Whiteley Application Scientist at Agilent presented his talk on adapting and optimizing HPLC methodology, including mass spectrometry.
Speaking at the recent Analytical Cannabis Expo North America in March 2022, Emily Britton, PhD, Senior Marketing Manager for Food & Natural Products at Waters, presented her talk on fit-for-purpose cannabis analytical tools.
Speaking at the recent Analytical Cannabis Expo North America in March 2022, Toby Astill, PhD, Global Market Manager – Cannabis & Hemp at PerkinElmer, presented his talk on strategies to simplify testing processes.
Kirk will talk about headspace sampling and GC-MS measurement of residual solvents using the JEOL JMS-Q1500GC quadrupole GC-MS system, and how the technique can meet California’s minimum reporting limits.