E&L for ENDS – Q&A Session. Available to watch on demand.

On Tuesday 30th June 2020, Hall Analytical hosted a live question and answer session to discuss Extractables and Leachables (E&L) testing of ENDS products.

Topics Covered

The panel answered a wide range of questions including:

  • Which guidelines are followed?
  • Which compounds are of the greatest toxicological concern?
  • Special considerations for E&L testing of tobacco products

There are also many more questions tackled during the session.

How to Access the Session

The live Q&A session is now available to view on demand.

Simply fill in your details in the form opposite and you will be provided with a link to the session.

You will also be able to download a free presentation entitled ‘Introduction to Extractable and Leachable Analysis of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems’ written by Nick Morley.

Panel of Experts

Hall were joined by a panel of experts to field questions from people within the ENDS industry. The session was hosted by our ENDS Strategic Account Manager, Paul Holmes, who was joined by:

Nick Morley – Principal Scientist – Hall Analytical

Nick has over 12 years of experience in the field of extractables and leachables, both in large pharma and at a CRO.

Malcolm Saxton – Senior Manager of Method Development – Philip Morris International

Malcolm has over 20 years experience of using mass spectrometry to analyse small and large molecules in both academic and industrial settings.

Paul Hardman – Scientific Lead – Nerudia

Paul has worked for Nerudia for 4 years developing nicotine products including e-cigarettes, oral nicotine and heated tobacco products (HTPs).

Richard Young – Managing Director – Bibra

Richard is a RSB/BTS and European Registered Toxicologist (ERT). He has been working as a desk-based toxicologist at Bibra for over 17 years

Pete Watts – Toxicology Director – Bibra

Pete is also a RSB/BTS and European Registered Toxicologist (ERT). He has over 42 years of experience as a desk-based, Bibra toxicologist and hazard/risk assessor.