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Advances in Clinical and forensic analysis meeting (Cannabis theme)- (Virtual meeting)
December 9, 2021 - December 10, 2021
After the success of multiple “Advances in Clinical Analysis” biannual meetings in 2012-2018, the Chromatographic Society and the Separations Science Group of the Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry and LCGC Europe magazine are pleased to announce the following meeting: “Advances in Clinical and Forensic Analysis 2021: Cannabis and Cannabinoids” to be as a Virtual meeting on 9th-10th Dec 2021.
Clinical and Forensic analysis are some of the most exciting and important areas in Life Sciences and the meeting will provide an insight into the latest methodologies and technological developments for clinical and forensic applications, focusing on Cannabis and Cannabinoids screening. It will cover the background, and use, benefits and industry/clinical needs and global and regional legal and regulatory requirements. In particular the application of novel sample preparation techniques and tools, novel techniques and metabolites identification and tools for detection & field based testing.
Clinical and Forensic analysis are wide-ranging subject areas and as we move to more complex and difficult analyses the methodologies are being challenged in terms of the specificity, sensitivity and also the suitability for high throughput and lower cost analysis. The meeting will focus on separation and complementary/alternative techniques along with case studies from the hospital, commercial and academic areas. The program has been designed to give attendees an update for both routine and problem solving in Cannabis and Cannabinoids-related clinical and forensic analysis.
Sponsorship opportunities are possible and if you would like to discuss further, exhibit or present at this event please forward all requests to Adrian Clarke (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Daniel Meston (Daniel Meston email@example.com)
Adrian and Daniel
On behalf of the Chromatographic Society and the Separations Science Group of the Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry.