COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR ON
HOW TO MEET CANNABIS TESTING STANDARDS AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS WITH LIMS



WEBINAR OVERVIEW

Mode: Live Webinar

Date: September 5, 2017

Time: 9:00 AM PDT | 4:00 PM GMT

The webinar provides insights on how a LIMS can help cannabis testing laboratories manage multi-analyte tests and test Chain of Custody (CoC), automate complete testing workflows, and meet quality standards and regulatory compliance seamlessly.

Key Takeaways:

  • What are the challenges faced by cannabis testing laboratories in meeting regulatory compliance and quality standards?
  • How does a LIMS address the challenges to meet regulatory compliance and quality standards for cannabis testing
  • Case Study: How does a LIMS improve laboratory efficiency and productivity at PhytaTech

Who should attend

Recommended attendees include laboratory directors, managers and quality managers of cannabis testing laboratories.

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SPEAKER

Mr. Stephen Goldman
Laboratory Director
PhytaTechSM CO LLC Denver United States

Stephen is an analytical chemist and has worked extensively in both industrial and academic laboratories. He has over 10 years of experience in pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and biotechnology industries. He currently serves as Laboratory Director at a State of Colorado certified Cannabis testing facility, PhytaTech. He is the founder of a scientific consulting firm located in Denver, Colorado. He has published extensively in the fields of biological and analytical chemistry. He is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists, International Cannabinoid Research Society, and the American Chemical Society. Stephen graduated in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering from the University of Iowa and earned his MS in Pharmaceutical Chemistry with Honors from the University of Kansas.