Learn How to Overcome Challenges in Cannabis Potency Testing

May 28, 2015 | Talana Lattimer

Webinar_Flyer_Header.jpgWant to learn how to overcome challenges in cannabis potency testing?  Then join us June 23rd from 1:00 – 2:00pm ET for our online webinar on “Improving Analysis of Edibles, Topicals, and Related Products using Flash Chromatography”.

The legalization of medical and/or recreational cannabis has created a need for accurate and reliable testing methods to ensure consumer safety.  Cannabis edibles and topical products present numerous challenges, as the nature of the matrices can cause interference in instrumental analyses.

This webinar will teach you how flash chromatography, equipped with universal detection technology, can address quality control challenges by offering a more efficient way to isolate cannabinoids and other compounds of interest from complex matrices.  Find out how flash in conjunction with other analytical techniques can remove matrix interferences, quantify low level cannabinoid in edibles and topicals, and how it can be used to create your own reference standards.

Who Should Attend:

  • Analytical Testing Laboratory Personnel
  • Method Development Chemists
  • QA/QC Managers
  • Cannabis Research Scientists
  • State Regulatory Compliance Personnel

Speakers:

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ASA Chief Scientist, PFC Auditor & Author of the American Herbal Pharmacopeia Cannabis Monograph


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Director, Flora Research Laboratories, LLC, Fellow AOAC International President Elect, PSW-AOAC Vice Chair, USP <2251> ADSDDA Expert Panel, Adjunct Faculty Bastyr University Botanical Medicine Department, AHP Monograph Reviewer

Register Today!

$129 – Webinar Pass

Space is limited so please register today. When you register for the Webinar your registration costs will be applied to the August 12th workshop and educational credits can be applied to PFC Certification.

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