News Articles and Links to Dr. Dal Cortivo's Scholarly Works
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Dr. Leo Dal Cortivo and his work as a forensic toxicologist.
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Links for Help Finding Scholarly Work
Co-Authored by Dr. Dal Cortivo.
Click on the links below for Dr. Dal Cortivo;s Scholarly works:
11- Separation and Determination of Opiates and Diluents in Illicit Narcotic Mixtures and Related Citations
12- Developments in Spectrography: Spectrochemical Methods and Related Citations
13- Identification and Estimation of Lysergic Acid Diethylamide by Thin Layer Chromatography and Fluorometry and Related Citations
To learn more about S.O.F.T.’s The Young Forensic Toxicologists (YFT) Committee and
The Leo Dal Cortivo Memorial Fund Awards, which is sponsored by Leo's wife Patricia click here.
What Else is There About Leo?
Leo loved the opera. One of his favorites was Dick Hyman. Leo had the opportunity to hear Mr. Hyman perform in Venice, Florida. In the picture below, Leo gets an autograph from Mr. Hyman.
Even after retiring, Leo stayed active. Such as with the Venice Stars of Tomorrow which Leo was a guild member. The photo below is with the Venice Stars of Tomorrow Event sponsor Linda Collins.