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Date(s) - Jun 15, 2022
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cannabis is a complex matrix to analyze, leading many laboratories across the country wondering how to handle the samples that are coming in. Without federal oversight, there are no standards or methods for everyone to follow. To help solve this problem, AOAC INTERNATIONAL created the Cannabis Analytical Science Program (CASP), a forum where the science of hemp and cannabis analysis can be discussed, and cannabis standards and methods can be developed. CASP’s working groups develop guidance related to microbiological contaminants, consumer products, training and education, and proficiency testing for cannabis and hemp. In this webcast, hosted by CST, attendees will gain insight into:

  • CASP program objectives
  • CASP standards and methods
  • Upcoming CASP projects and need for stakeholder support

Key Learning Objectives:

Attendees can expect to learn:

  • The background and development of CASP within AOAC
  • Examples of CASP-developed standards and methods
  • How to get involved with CASP and AOAC

Who Should Attend:

Cannabis regulators, cultivators, and laboratories interested in learning about the validation of microbiology methods and the status of validated methods for the cannabis industry

Featuring AOAC’s Scott Coates, CASP Program Lead and Senior Director

No fee to attend. Register here!