Webinar Date/Time: Thu, Nov 9, 2023 2:00 PM EST
Join us for an exclusive webcast and revolutionize your cannabis testing workflow with expert insights and innovative solutions!
Scouring the internet for up-to-date cannabis testing information can be frustrating and time consuming. What applications and support are available to help? Which instruments do you need? How do you organize them into an efficient workflow? Agilent offers you a better way to see how everything fits together, all gathered in a unique, spatially organized experience complete with workflow solutions, application notes, brochures, and more. Take a dive into this innovative and easy-to-use tool where lab design and resources are at your fingertips.
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Who Should Attend:
Anyone currently in or considering entering the cannabis testing market
National Account Manager of Emerging Markets
Heather Reece brings over 10 years of experience serving the cannabis industry. She started her career as a chemist with a leading manufacturer of products for crop production and pest management. Shortly thereafter, she made the transition from the bench to the field as an analytical instrumentation Technical Support Specialist. Located in Northern California, she has been on the forefront of cannabis testing for years providing a bridge between applications and implementation.
As Agilent’s National Account Manager for Emerging Markets with a current focus on cannabis and hemp, she interacts with new and existing customers daily to help them understand their current efficiencies and plan for the future. Heather’s goal is to make the process of testing as simple and efficient as possible while maintaining a foundation of sound scientific principles.
Mass Spectrometry Application Scientist
Jean-Francois Roy has worked at Agilent for 15 years, focusing on chromatography and mass spectrometry. His work revolves around developing applications requiring mass spectrometry detectors, with a focus on the Canadian market. He is located in Montreal, Canada and has recently devoted much of his time to understanding the challenges of cannabis testing in various matrices.