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Analytical Adventures in DART-MS (Virtual Forensic Science Graduate Seminar)
Start Date: 4/13/2021Start Time: 3:00 PM
End Date: 4/13/2021End Time: 4:00 PM

Event Description:

Event Description:
Virtual Forensic Science Graduate Seminars - Spring 2021 
*LIVE* Webinars, Tuesdays from 3 - 4:00 pm

Tuesday, April 13, 2021 
Dr. Adam Hall, PhD - Boston University 
Analytical Adventures in DART-MS: Characterization of a wide range of forensically-relevant materials from plants to projectiles 

Dr. Adam B. Hall is an Assistant Professor within the Biomedical Forensic Sciences Program, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology at Boston University School of Medicine where he instructs and mentors graduate students in various areas of forensic chemistry and instrumental analysis. He is the lead editor of the Forensic Science Handbook, Volumes I and II, 3rd Edition with the late Dr. Richard Saferstein.
 His career has taken him from the crime scene to the crime lab as a forensic chemist with the Massachusetts State Police Crime Laboratory and now the academic lab. This presentation will introduce students to the analytical technique of Direct Analysis in Real Time – Mass Spectrometry (DART-MS) and the value it holds as a more mainstream technique for forensic and homeland security applications.

For a Zoom link to join the event, please contact
Contact Information:
Name: Mechthild Prinz
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