Add to Calendar2018-08-26 04:00:002017-08-29 4:00:00America/New_YorkTIAFT 2018TIAFT 2018Ghent ICC, Van Rysselberghedreef 2, 9000 Ghent,Ghent, Belgium
How do you fancy a leisurely guided walking tour around the city of Ghent followed by an afternoon seminar with forensic science experts Professor Dr. Thomas Kraemer and Professor Dr. Apr. Christophe Stove?
The free guided walking tour will take place in the stunning historical sites and architecture of this UNESCO protected city.
Sign up to the SCIEX “Seminar and Walking Tour” today, to combine the latest in forensic research with SWATH: What can it do for you, and Microsampling for TDM and toxicology coupled with a guided tour of Ghent.
Professor Dr. Thomas Kraemer, Professor for Forensic Pharmacology and Toxicology at the Medical Faculty of the University of Zurich
Detection of ‘New Psychoactive Substances’, such as synthetic cannabinoids, piperazines, cathinones, opioids and benzodiazepines that all require fast and flexible analytical methods
SWATH Acquisition’s superior detection rate compared to IDA, proven by a forced co-elution experiment and by comparing screening results of authentic forensic cases
Insights into the opportunities and pitfalls during method development and applications of SWATH DIA HRMS methods in forensic toxicology
Professor Dr. Apr. Christophe Stove, Laboratory of Toxicology, University of Ghent
Capitainer devices as a hematocrit-independent alternative for classical DBS analysis
Volumetric absorptive microsampling for the quantification of paracetamol in CSF and blood
Quantification of mephedrone and its metabolites in capillary dried blood spots
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