Thermo Fisher Scientific
In this webinar, we focus on analysis of organic contaminants in soil using EPA regulated methods. Hear how one environmental laboratory implemented a routine testing solution that has improved productivity and reliability.
Mukesh Jani, President and Lab Director, Torrent Laboratory
Mukesh Jani, founder and Chief Technical Director of Torrent Laboratory, brings over 25 years of experience in evaluating and operating a diverse portfolio of analytical instrumentation. Mukesh has developed many EPA, Solid Waste (SW) and custom methods such as Toxic Air Compendium Methods (TO-15, TO-17, ASTM D-1946), ICP-MS for trace metals, LC-MS Triple Quad for low level Perchlorates and Herbicides, Volatile Organic compounds by GC-MS. He understands the challenge of running a commercial standalone laboratory where quality of instrumentation, technology, robustness and reliability and service play vital role in making the lab successful.
Dr. Daniela Cavagnino, GC/GC-MS Product Marketing Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Daniela Cavagnino received a Master Degree in Chemistry at the University of Milan, Italy. She started her career in gas chromatography at Thermo Fisher Scientific spending several years in the R&D laboratories working on GC technology innovation. Then, she conveyed her technical background into product management and marketing management roles with more than 10 years experience in promoting GC/GCMS technology and applications in several different market segments. During her career, she has participated as author and co-author in technical publications and actively operated as lecturer at international conferences.
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