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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 develops 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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