Toxicology is the study of the adverse effects of drugs and chemicals on biological systems. Forensic toxicology deals with the application of toxicology to cases and issues where those adverse effects have administrative or medico legal consequences.

Miss less with Thermo Scientific™ forensic toxicology solutions when justice is on the line, so is your reputation. That’s why we offer forensic labs a diverse range of mass spectrometry based testing technologies—all with the accuracy, dependability, and efficiency for the most complex cases. After all, your sample isn’t the only thing being tested.
Find out more at thermoscientific.com/toxicology

If you are already attending HIDS 2016, don’t miss your opportunity to join in our Forensic Toxicology Workshop the day before in the same venue (Hotel Hesperia Tower, Barcelona). Fill in the separate registration form below.

You will learn why mass spectrometry is such a powerful analytical technique, cover next generation mass spec techniques for forensic analysis, be told how MS workflows are applied to solve complex forensic toxicology problems and hear about the latest technology advancements and what the future holds.

Mass Spectrometry (MS) Techniques are Changing the Future of Forensic Drug Analysis

14:30Martin Hornshaw
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany
Welcome to ‘Everything leaves a trace’ the forensic toxicology workshop about mass spectrometry changing forensic drug analysis
15:00Martin Hornshaw
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany
Mass spectrometry just might be the most powerful analytical technique ever invented
15:30–16:00Coffee break
16:00Claudio de Nardi
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany
Putting a forensic eye on mass spectrometry.
16:30Simon Hudson
We know what they are taking even if they don't!—Intelligence led approach to testing for NPS
17:00–17:30Post event—Cocktail and networking session


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Important Notice: Don't forget to register separately for the full HIDS 2016 Conference, 10–11th May.