Professor Musah, Kristen, Cameron, and Meghan presented posters at PITTCON in Orlando, FL. Professor Musah presented "Forensic Identification of Plant-based 'Legal Highs' by Chemometric Processing of Direct Analysis in Real Time Mass Spectrometry (DART-MS)-derived Chemical Fingerprints". Kristen presented "A Validated and Rapid Method for the Quantification of Psychoactive Materials in Complex Plant Matrices using Direct Analysis in Real-Time Resolution Mass Spectrometry". Cameron presented "Establishing Exposure to Plant-based Psychoactive Materials by Mapping Diagnostic Biomarkers in Fingerprints - A MALDI Mass Spectrometry Imaging Study". Meghan presented "Detection and Identification of Plant-based Legal Highs Based on Headspace Chemical Signatures Determined by SPME-facilitated Direct Analysis in Real Time Mass Spectrometric Analysis".