Jeffery H. Moran, Ph.D.
is a founding partner and managing member of PinPoint Testing, LLC. Moran is also a Branch Chief at the Arkansas Public Health Laboratory, Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) and an Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Colleges of Medicine and Public Health in Little Rock. Moran’s career and independent studies have focused on the detection and mechanisms of environmental toxicants, endogenous molecules and drugs of abuse. His work has resulted in more than 40 peer-reviewed articles, letters, and reviews. Many of these reports describe toxicological and analytical aspects of designer drugs. Moran continues to be on the leading edge of designer drug research and human testing technology. Moran’s strong, scientific collaborations that include academic and commercial partners enable PinPoint Testing, LLC to provide reasonably priced and state-of-the-art analytical solutions for toxicology laboratories and also deliver strong legal support for court cases involving designer drugs. To contact Dr. Moran, please click here
Cindy L. Moran, B.S. is a founding partner and managing member of PinPoint Testing, LLC. Moran is also the Scientific Operations Director with the Arkansas State Crime Laboratory (ASCL) in Little Rock, Arkansas. Prior to becoming the Scientific Operations Director, she was the Quality Assurance Manager from 2009-2014, she was the Assistant Chief Forensic Chemist from 2006-2009; Safety Officer from 2003-2009; and a Forensic Chemist from 1999-2009. Moran is President-Elect of the Association of Forensic Quality Assurance Managers (AFQAM) and has obtained Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification. Moran’s experience in forensic chemistry, quality assurance and Lean Six Sigma principles enables PinPoint Testing, LLC to provide smart, streamlined solutions for human testing laboratories. To contact Cindy Moran, please click here
Nancy J. Rusch, Ph.D
is a founding partner and managing member of PinPoint Testing, LLC. Rusch is also Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology in the College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. Her career has focused on identifying mechanisms and therapies for cardiovascular diseases using electrophysiological, molecular, genetic and in vivo
techniques. She has served extensively as a member or chair of peer review panels at the National Institutes of Health and at nonprofit organizations, and has research collaborations across the United States and worldwide. These contacts help PinPoint LLC find appropriate academic partners and funding mechanisms to conduct designer drug research and human test development. To contact Dr. Rusch, please click here
Gregory W. Endres, Ph.D.
serves as a consultant for new designer drug legislation and provides expert witness testimony. His background is in the areas of synthetic, organic, medicinal, and forensic chemistry and his work has resulted in more than 15 peer-reviewed articles, 12 patents, and 16 invited presentations. Endres facilitates commercial product development and productive research collaborations with PinPoint Testing, L.L.C. To contact Dr. Endres, please click here