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Randox Toxicology Present Forensic Drug Screening Solutions at SOFT-TIAFT, San Francisco, 2011

Published: Saturday, September 17, 2011
Last Updated: Saturday, September 17, 2011
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Attendees to learn more about Randox’s latest product developments.

Randox Toxicology is a proud Tier I sponsor of the Joint SOFT- TIAFT International Conference and Expo being held in San Francisco from 26th - 30th September.

Randox Toxicology will be hosting an educational workshop, presenting a number of scientific posters and showcasing their comprehensive range of forensic drug screening solutions at booth no. 303, allowing attendees to learn more about our latest product developments.

The joint meeting is in association with two high profile associations; The Society of Forensic Toxicologists (SOFT) and The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists (TIAFT) - both long standing bodies in the forensic toxicology community.

It is predicted that the event will be attended by over one thousand international members, offering opportunities to network, exchange information, attend educational workshops and source laboratory solutions.

Attending SOFT and TIAFT members are made up of toxicologists, scientists, laboratory managers, technicians, medical examiners, coroners, attorneys and researchers in the field of forensic toxicology.

The Randox Toxicology workshop; The Evolution of Immunoassay Drug Testing with multiplex Biochip Array Technology aims to educate attendees on optimizing laboratory resources and improving workflow through the implementation of multiplex Biochip Array Technology.

Key themes include testing in alternative forensic matrices and high throughput immunoassay screening of synthetic cannabinoids and other designer drugs on a fully automated system.

Forensic toxicologist, Dr Ashraf Mozayani from Harris County Forensic Science Institute and Forensic Science PhD student, Poppy McLaughlin from Bournemouth University (UK) will present studies that have been carried out utilizing Biochip Array Technology. Those wishing to attend the workshop should register online at www.randox.com/SOFT/scientific-program.php as there are a limited number of spaces.

Conference attendees should not miss out on the chance to visit the Randox Toxicology booth no. 303 in the exhibit hall, where their complete range of forensic toxicology products will be on display.

With applications for a wide range of settings, there is a solution for everyone. Visitors to the booth will have the opportunity to enter a competition to win an Apple iPad 2, which will be drawn after the event.

As a Tier I sponsor, Randox Toxicology is supporting a number of activities ensuring that attendees get the most out of their time at the Joint SOFT - TIAFT meeting.

Chairman of the 2011 joint meeting Nikolas P. Lemos has described the event as “an educational and rewarding scientific program that will educate and inspire as well as a rejuvenating social calendar to entertain all.”


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