AOAC Annual Meeting Recap
Couldn’t attend the 129th Annual AOAC Meeting in Los Angles in September? Brooks Applied Labs was there, and here’s what you missed:
- During the awards ceremony that opened the conference, BAL President/CEO Michelle Briscoe was honored with the 2015 Technical Service Award for her contributions to the Heavy Metals Expert Review Panel and the in her role as co-chair of the Metals Subgroup.
- In the session “Analysis of Metals and Metals Speciation in Food” (chaired by BAL President/CEO Michelle Briscoe), BAL’s Business Development Director, Russ Gerads, presented an excellent talk on the speciation of arsenic in wine.
- Ms. Briscoe, co-author of the new AOAC First Action Method 2015.01 for the determination of heavy metals in food by ICP-MS presented a poster summarizing the development of that method.
- Mr. Gerads presented on the topic of Differentiation between Nutritional and Carcinogenic Selenium via Speciation Analyses during the Metals Subgroup meeting.
Hope to see you at the 130th Annual AOAC Meeting next year in Dallas!