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Poster Overview- Prenatal Exposure to Kratom

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ToxTime: Poster Overview – Prenatal Exposure to Kratom


Please join us for ToxTime with Amy Racines, Research and Development Projects Coordinator at USDTL, for a brief scientific poster overview presentation discussing kratom exposure and detection in newborn umbilical cord tissue.

Amy Racines is the Research and Development Projects Coordinator at USDTL, where she┬ádevelops and validates new extraction, Immunoassay, LDTD/MS/MS, GC/MS, and LC/MS/MS methods. She holds a Master’s degree in Forensic Science from the University of Florida and has been with UDSTL for over a decade. Amy has papers published in scientific journals related to umbilical cord research and Mass Spectrometry and is a member of many forensic and science-related organizations, including the position of previous President of the Midwest Association of Toxicology and the Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (MATT) and Chicago Chromatography Discussion Group (CCDG).

A recording of the presentation and a certificate of attendance will be available 24-48 hours after completion.

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