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What’s all the Fuss About Mass Spectrometry? Webinar
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Description: Mass spectrometry has become a relatively common detection method in clinical laboratories. This session will overview the principle of mass spectrometry as it relates to clinical laboratory uses. The practical aspects of implementing this technology will be discussed as it relates to the various types of mass spectrometry devices. In addition, example(s) will be provided on the challenges of interpreting mass spectrometry data.
Start date: Upon registration
Completion: Up to 52 weeks
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Description: Mass spectrometry has become a relatively common detection method in clinical laboratories. This session will overview the principle of mass spectrometry as it relates to clinical laboratory uses. The practical aspects of implementing this technology will be discussed as it relates to the various types of mass spectrometry devices. In addition, example(s) will be provided on the challenges of interpreting mass spectrometry data.

Start date: Upon registration

Completion: Up to 52 weeks

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Learning Objectives

At the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  • Understand the principle of mass spectrometry detection techniques
  • Describe the challenges in mass spectrometry methods of analysis
  • Understand the clinical utility of mass spectrometry modes of analysis
  • Describe a practical approach to interpreting mass spectrometry data

 

Speaker: Curtis Oleschuk, PhD, FCACB, FABFT

Dr. Curtis Oleschuk is a PhD Scientist with Shared Health Manitoba. He is board certified as a fellow of the American Board of Forensic Toxicology and Canadian Academy of Clinical Biochemists. He has been working with mass spectrometry techniques in the setting of clinical biochemistry and forensic laboratory for over 13 years. Dr. Oleschuk is an Assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba in the Departments of Pediatrics and Child Health and Pharmacology and Therapeutics.

 

Recorded: June 4, 2020

PEP hours: 1.0

CPS credits: 0

*Note: PEP hours and/or CPS credits will only be awarded upon successful completion of the quiz.

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