MASS SPEC LAB EXHIBITING AT PHARMA-ED RESOURCES, INC. CONFERENCE: "EXTRACTABLE, LEACHABLES & ELEMENTAL IMPURITIES 2016-APRIL 18-19 IN LA JOLLA, CALIF.
IRVINE, CALIF.– APR 12, 2016 – Mass Spec Lab, a privately-owned, leading-edge analytical business, today announced that they will be exhibiting at the April 18-19, 2016 PharmaED Resources, Inc. conference in San Diego, Calif. at the Sheraton La Jolla. Mass Spec Lab is also sponsoring a lunch and gift raffle on April 18th.
Conference theme - Ensuring Quality, Safety, and Regulatory Compliance for Drugs & Biologics - features case study presentations from industry experts throughout the two-day schedule. The conference focuses on current and practical issues in extractables and leachables testing encountered by pharmaceutical industry professionals.
Mass Spec Lab, an exhibitor and conference sponsor, provides MS analytical services which are essential to successful E&L testing. Mass Spec Lab solves difficult chemical identification problems in the biomedical device, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and fine chemicals industries by applying state-of-the-art mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS and GC/MS/MS) instrumentation and cutting edge software operated by seasoned post-doctoral level analytical scientists.
"As the only private-industry mass spectrometry lab in southern Calif. offering high sensitivity, high-resolution, accurate mass QToF mass spectrometry services, Mass Spec Lab solves the most difficult chemical analytical challenges for clients while still meeting tight development and regulatory timelines," said Mass Spec Lab's Marie Dvorak Christ, PhD, founder and President.
"This conference is a great opportunity to reach out to the Southern California biotech and pharmaceutical community and promote the mass spectrometry methodologies we have honed and successfully applied for identification of organic residuals in E&L extracts of biomedical devices, drug-device combination products and their packaging components. We are delighted to participate and be a sponsor," Dr. Christ said.
Michal Kliman, Ph.D., lead mass spectrometrist at MSL, and Dr. Christ will field the toughest E&L and MS technical questions in real time at the conference. MSL has prepared has prepared an educational poster describing a non-targeted high resolution MS workflow that we use for unknown E&L analyte identification for those interested. MSL's F. Richard Christ is attending the conference to provide expert regulatory guidelines.
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