Virtuelle Analytica Conference in München: GTFCh Symposium am 20.10.2020

 GTFCh  (Chairman: Hans H. Maurer, Homburg / Saar)

Das Symposium der GTFCh auf der Analytica Conference findet am 20.10.2020 in Form einer virtuellen Veranstaltung statt. Details bezüglich des Ablaufs der Veranstaltung finden Sie auf folgender Seite. Eine kostenlose Registrierung für die Analytica ist unter diesem Link möglich.


 

Symposium "Emerging Topics in Analytical Toxicology and Forensics"

Geplantes Programm (Download pdf)

Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry (IRMS) in Live Sciences and Forensics

 
09:30 Andreas Rossmann, Schweitenkirchen, D Role of IRMS in Live Sciences with Focus on Forensic Sciences
10:10 Michael Pütz, Wiesbaden, D Profiling of New Psychoactive Substances by IRMS
10:50 Corinne Buisson, Châtenay-Malabry, F Power of IRMS in Doping Control

Omics and MALDI Applications in Analytical Toxicology and Antidoping

 
12:30 Markus R. Meyer, Homburg, D Current Role of Omics in Analytical Toxicology
13:00 Luca Narduzzi, Nantes, F Role of Metabolomics in the Antidoping Toolbox
13:30 Marc A. Lebeau, Quantico, VA Fingerprint Developement Methods for Touch Chemistry of Drugs and Explosives Using MALDI-TOF
14:00 Eva Cuypers, Maastricht, NL Mass Spectrometry Imaging in Forensic Research and Practice

Protein Analysis and Alternative Tools for Drug Metabolism Studies and Sampling in Bioanalysis

 
15:00 Roland Staack, Penzberg, D Bioanalysis of therapeutic proteins - What is the "correct" result and what is the right technology?
15:40 Lea Wagmann, Homburg, D Alternative Tools for Metabolism Studies of Drugs of Abuse
16:20 Olof Beck, Stockholm, S Novel Strategies for Microsampling - Dried Matrix Spots and Exhaled Breath

For participation in this symposium, you will get two credit points each for the three parts for the continuing education of Forensic Toxicologists GTFCh, Clinical Toxicologists GTFCh, Forensic Chemists GTFCh and Forensic-Clinical Chemists GTFCh.

For participation in this symposium, you will get two credit points each for the three parts for the continuing education of Forensic Toxicologists GTFCh, Clinical Toxicologists GTFCh, Forensic Chemists GTFCh and Forensic-Clinical Chemists GTFCh.