Advances in Forensics & Toxicology eSeminar


This eSeminar is now available to view on-demand. To view the individual presentations complete the form opposite.

By viewing the presentations in this eSeminar you will learn about:

  • automated SPE for drugs of abuse in oral fluids
  • modified QuEChERS of biological samples
  • FTIR chemical imaging for analysis of NBOMe compounds
  • detection of NPS in biologicial matrices
  • detection of explosive traces without sample preparation
  • analysis of designer drugs in a non-chromatographic workflow
  • pharmacology and toxicology of fentanyl and designer opioids/fentanyl analogs


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Separation Science has developed its fourth online eSeminar focusing on advances in forensics and toxicology. This online educational event provides forensic scientists, toxicologists and those who work in laboratories within the forensic and toxicology industries with updates and guidance on the latest methods, protocols, processes and applications of chromatography, mass spectrometry and related techniques with key experts giving practical insights into their respective fields.

The programme includes the following presentations:

Drugs of Abuse in Oral Fluids: Automated SPE Extraction and LC/MS/MS Determination using A Robotic Autosampler
Fredrick_Foster.pngFredrick Foster, GERSTEL Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, USA


A Modified QuEChERS Methodology for the Extraction of Drugs of Abuse in Biological Samples
Emanuele_Alves_75.pngEmanuele Alves,Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil and Appalachian State University, USA 


The Development of A Modified QuEChERS Approach for the Extraction of Common Prescription and Illicit Drugs from Liver Prior to LC/MS-MS Analysis
Tina_Fanning.pngTina Fanning, UCT, Bristol, Pennsylvania, USA



Feasibility of FTIR Chemical Imaging for Forensic Analysis of Suspected Illicit Materials on Blotter Papers: LSD vs. 25-C-NBOMe
Sabra-Botch-Jones-75.pngSabra Botch-Jones, Boston University School of Medicine, Biomedical Forensic Sciences, USA

Optimising Existing Techniques to Enhance the Detection of New Psychoactive Substances in Biological Matrices
Lorna-Nisbet_75.pngLorna A. Nisbet, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK


Rapid Identification of Explosives and Other Substances of Forensic Interest
Richard-Sleeman_75.pngRichard Sleeman, Mass Spec Analytical Ltd, Bristol, UK


Not Your Father's Heroin: Forensic Toxicology in the Age of Fentanyl and Fentanyl Analogs
Kevin_Shanks_75.pngKevin G. Shanks, AXIS Forensic Toxicology, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA


To register for this on-demand eSeminar complete the form opposite. By registering for this eSeminar you agree that the sponsors may provide you with additional materials related to the subject presented.