The Evolution of Testing

21 September 2016
The Evolution of Testing

The countdown to SOFT 2016 is here!

Randox Toxicology always strive to enhance educational understanding. We find SOFT is the best platform to bring together like minded professionals with a forensic toxicology focus by sharing knowledge and best practice.

This year Randox Toxicology are holding an educational Lunch n Learn seminar focussing on the evolution of testing using Biochip Array Technology. We have highly regarded speakers including Daniel S Isenschmid, Ph.D., F-ABFT, Forensic Toxicologist, NMS Labs and Dr Curt Harper, Toxicology Discipline Chief, Alabama Department of Forensic Science as well as Randox Toxicology's leading Research and Development Manager, Dr Joanne Darragh.

If you have been to SOFT before you should be more than aware of Randox Toxicology's Lunch n Learn events. This year we aim to surpass all expectation with a scientific discussion of our new Evidence MultiSTAT and Evidence Evolution, the latest addition to our Evidence range of analysers.

At last year’s SOFT we launched our DoA ULTRA/DUID (Driving Under the Influence of Drugs) and this year you will hear from our customers how they implemented, validated and utilised the world's only complete DUID screen. Using our patented Biochip Array Technology our DUID Biochip offers a large cross-reactivity profile with extensive specificity of over 240 analytes. Tier I provides strong evidence of impairment, testing the most prevalent drugs in the US driving population. Tier II provides comprehensive results of drugs associated with potential impairment.

For more information or to register for our Lunch n Learn email 

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USA: +1 304 728 2890