Thursday, 18. April 2019, Florida International University, PerkinElmer Miami Automation and Mass Spectrometry Seminar

from 18. April 2019 - 8:00 till 16:00

Florida International University

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Join PerkinElmer and our esteemed guest speakers for the latest in mass spectrometry applications and instrumentation. Presentations will focus on recent advances in workflow solutions to streamline forensic toxicology, disease detection and newborn screening analytical methodologies.
A poster presentation session will highlight selected applications to support further discussions on emerging drugs of abuse (e.g. fentanyl and synthetic benzos) and recent advances in newborn screening disease detection.

Hosted by: Chip Walls & Steven Lee

Scheduled Speakers:
Joshua Wilhide, MCAC, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC): Clean Solution for Dirty Samples - Overview of the QSight laminar flow MS/MS for Complex Matrices
Sabra Botch-Jones, M.S.M.A Boston University: The Simultaneous Detection of a Panel of Drugs of Abuse in Hemolyzed Blood Samples by UPLC-ESI-laminar flow MS/MS
PerkinElmer Team: Augmented Reality Demonstrations - HoloLens/iPad
Jamie Foss, PerkinElmer: Strategies to Manage Matrix Effects for Small Molecules in the Analysis of Biological Fluids by UPLC-MS/MS
Karen Scott, Ph.D., Forensic Science Arcadia University: An Assessment of Post-Mortem Redistribution of Fentanyl in the rat Using QSight
Joseph Jones, Former Director of the Ohio State Patrol Crime Laboratory/J.O. Consulting: Automation of Reduced Workflow Sample Preparation Strategies for Complex Biological Fluids
Collin Hill, M.S. PerkinElmer: Tier 1 and Tier 2 MS Methodologies for Determining Enzymatic Defects Associated With Krabbe Disease - Psychosine and Cytotoxic Lipids
Emanuela Gionfriddo, Ph.D., Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Toledo: Novel Sample Preparation Methods for the Analysis of Biological Samples in LC-MS/MS Workflows
PerkinElmer: Strategies and Techniques for Automated Sample Preparation from Biological Matrices for LC-MS/MS Analysis

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This is a free event. Space is limited and registration is required. Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided. Don't miss our raffle for a GoPro! (attendees must be present to win)

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