Quality Control in Cannabis Microbiology; How to Comply and Go Further Than Industry Standard

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Webinar Date/Time: Tue, Feb 28, 2023 11:00 AM EST

Cannabis microbiology tends to be a confusing topic from the start. In this webcast we will discuss quality control measures that can be implemented to go above and beyond the industry standard for quality control. From media to molecular based testing designed, each require specific quality control to ensure valid data.

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Event Overview:

In the world of cannabis microbiology, quality controls must be put into place to ensure the validity of the results at hand. Aside from environmental monitoring, certain levels of quality must be implemented to validate data that is being reported. In this webcast, we will discuss different types of quality that can be implemented to go beyond industry standard in compliance testing.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Quality control in microbiology testing
  • Media vs molecular based microbiology testing
  • What are different levels of quality that should be used for each

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance laboratories, scientists, cultivators, and production facilities


Anthony Repay, M.S.
Laboratory Director
Method Testing Labs Tampa, FL

Anthony Repay is currently serving as Laboratory Director of Method Testing Laboratories in Tampa, FL. Following a Master’s of Science in microbiology from Purdue University, Anthony started his career as the head food and environmental microbiologist at a Chicago based testing laboratory. After several years at this location and an opportunity arose to join the cannabis science community. Since joining cannabis, Anthony has tried to innovate and push the cannabis microbiology community by publishing peer reviewed papers and aiding in method development through AOAC Research institute. Through AOAC, Anthony currently sits on the Cannabis analytical science program’s expert review panel in microbiology and oversees method development at Florida’s only AOAC accredited research institute.

Register Free: https://www.cannabissciencetech.com/cst/comply