Expert Insight: How to advance analytical workflows for prohibited substance detection in equine athletes

Join this webinar to learn about the latest software tools that can be implemented to advance substance abuse screening and testing

09 Mar 2020

Despite advances in analytical chemistry, it is becoming increasingly challenging to control prohibited substance abuse in equine athletes. One such challenge is the ever-increasing number of prohibited substances, which require large custom-made compound databases and mass spectral libraries to allow for screening and testing.

In this upcoming webinar, Professor Scott Stanley and Dr. Sophie Bromilow from the Equine Analytical Research Laboratory will discuss the software tools available, how these can be implemented during method development, data acquisition, and data analysis, and how software compatibility across platforms enables the use of the Method Editor tool to ultimately advance analytical workflows.

Attend this webinar to:

  • Understand the analytical challenges of confidently detecting and identifying prohibited substances
  • Discover how integrated software tools can drive rapid method development from a discovery environment through to routine screening and confirmation
  • See how connected hardware platforms and software tools aid in method transfer and help to advance analytical workflows to combat the issues of prohibited substance detection
  • Better understand how a connected laboratory is now a reality and can help with small molecule compound identification and quantitation workflow deployment

The live webinar and Q&A session will take place on Wednesday, March 18, at:

  • 16:00 GMT
  • 12:00 EDT
  • 09:00 PDT
  • 17:00 CET

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