Archival On-Demand Education

This course is ON-DEMAND and can be taken at your own pace. The course is 10 modules, with each module lasting 2 full hours.

The International Alliance of Clinical and Forensic Toxicologists (IACFT), your free, virtual, and multilingual association, is dedicating its Autumn 2021 Virtual Meeting to URINE. Urine is the biological specimen with the multitude of both functionalities and pitfalls when used in the clinical or forensic toxicology decision making.

2021 Online Forensic Symposium

Global Approaches to Local Issues in Forensic Trace Analysis

The 4th Annual Online Symposium on Current Trends in Forensic Trace Analysis brings again an excellent opportunity for scientists and practitioners from many regions of the world to interact with each other and thus overcome various obstacles that may limit these enriching venues.

Reliable Quantification of THC in Chocolate and Identifying Fentanyl Analogs & Illicit Drugs


Potency testing in edibles is challenging because each edible has a unique consistency and they each suffer from distinctive analytical challenges. During this 30 minutes, you will learn how to avoid laborious grinding steps. You will also get tips and tricks to optimally extract cannabinoids and get the cleanest samples. Learn how to remove fat from samples without losing you analytes of interest. Testing chocolate, cookies and lotions will never be painful anymore. Discover a way to process all gummy types with a single and simple procedure. Find a way to reach lower detection limits and better accuracy in THC-Infused beverages. Adopting these simple procedures will increase the number of samples you can process per hour and enable you to get the most accurate and robust quantification of THC and other drugs in those difficult samples.

2020 Online Forensic Symposium

This is the second installment of the Online Forensic Symposium Series with a focus on Current Trends in Forensic Trace Analysis. Program Chairs Tatiana Trejos (West Virginia University) and Gerard van der Peijl (Netherlands Forensic Institute) have assembled a stunning array of speakers from around the world, each day a virtual master class on a core topic in trace analysis including gunshot residue analysis (GSR), paint, glass, and a special session entitled “Trace Evidence: From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom”.

2021 Online Forensic Symposium

WELCOME!! The scientific content for Current Trends in Seized Drug Analysis was selected by Program Chair Ruth Waddell-Smith, PhD, Director of the Forensic Science Program at Michigan State University (USA) and Irene Breum-Muller, PhD, University of Copenhagen, and Chair of the ENFSI Drug Working Group. The event, which is open to students, researchers, and practitioners offers access to internationally renowned experts and is approved for recertification credit by the American Board of Criminalists (ABC). As always with events in the Online Forensic Symposium Series, there is no registration fee and no travel costs so one can learn without leaving the lab!