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ACS South Jersey Local Section Meeting
1750 Clements-Bridge Road
Deptford NJ 08096
5:30-6:30 P.M. Social Hour
6:30-7:45 P.M. Dinner
7:45 P.M. Seminar
$20 for members & guests
$10 for students
The Speaker: Dianne Casner earned an Associates in Applied Science in Chemical Technology from St. Louis Community College in 1992 and a BS in Chemistry from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri in 1996. She worked at several Pharmaceutical companies such as Mallinckrodt, Merck, Wyeth and Mutual for over 10 years before she began working for The NJSP Office of Forensic Sciences in 2003 as a Drug Unit Forensic Scientist..
Abstract: The NJSP Office of Forensic Sciences processes evidence submitted for analysis by Police agencies throughout the state of New Jersey. They encounter many Controlled Dangerous Substances, the majority are seen routinely, and some are unusual or new. This presentation will discuss how drug evidence is processed from when it is delivered to when analysis is completed, with a look at common drugs encountered along with some new drugs being seen throughout the state..
The October meeting will be held at Adelphia Restaurant in Deptford.
The restaurant is located at 1750 Clements-Bridge Road, Deptford NJ 08096
Please call the restaurant at 856-845-8200 for directions if needed. You can also check their web site at www.adelphiarestaurant.com.
Dinner selections 1) Roast Prime Rib w/ Au Jus 2) Sauteed Veal Marsala and 3) Baked Filet of Flounder w/ Crab Meat..
Please email your reservation by Friday, October 11. Be sure to indicate your dinner choice!
Doug Taylor (email@example.com)
New Jersey Department of Education Professional Development Provider number = 2538
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