Madeline Colli | Authors


THC Isomers in Cannabis: An EAS Interview with Brandy Young

Brandy Young, PhD, an analytical chemist with more than 15 years of experience, entered the cannabis industry in response to a recognized need for laboratory testing, aligning her expertise with the emerging demand in New York's active medical and adult-use cannabis programs. Here, she shares some background information on her Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS) talk, which delves into the characterization of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) isomers in cannabis products.

EAS Coverage: Innovative Forensic Approaches to Cannabis Analysis: Streamlining Protocols and Overcoming Legalization Challenges

At the Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS) in Plainsboro, NJ, Rabi Musah from the State University of Albany presented a talk titled, "Things WE’ED Like to Avoid - Circumventing Measurement Challenges When Analyzing Complex Cannabis Matrices". This presentation discussed the complexities of cannabis testing and why we need new methods in the industry.

EAS Coverage: Challenges Experienced in Cannabis Heavy Metal Analysis: Insights from Analytical Chemist Sam Heckle

At the Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS) in Plainsboro, NJ, Sam Heckle, an analytical chemist from CEM Corporation, presented “The Importance of Digestion Temperature on Trace Metals Analysis”, where he discussed the do’s and don’ts of heavy metal analysis meant to get optimal digestion.