- BSc (Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry). Canterbury University
Role at Cawthron
Michael joined Cawthron in February 2008 to work in the Biotoxin laboratory using LCMS instrumentation to test for toxins in shellfish.
He became a senior technician before being seconded to Analytical Services' Research and Method Development team in 2012.
During his time at Cawthron he has built up his expertise in LCMS instrumentation and has been involved in method development for new matrices on this instrument including Vitamin B analyses, and natural toxins found in food and shellfish.
- Harwood DT, Murray JS and Boundy M 2017. Sample preparation prior to marine toxin analysis. Jorge D, Mònica C ed. Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, Elsevier. Pages 89-136.
- Boundy M, Selwood AI, Harwood DT, McNabb PS and Turner AD 2015. Development of a sensitive liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry method for high throughput analysis of paralytic shellfish toxins using graphitised carbon solid phase extraction. Journal of Chromatography A. 1387: 1-12.
- Turner AD, McNabb PS, Harwood DT, Selwood AI and Boundy M 2015. Single laboratory validation of a multi-toxin UPLC-HILIC-MS/MS method for quantitation of paralytic shellfish toxins in bivalve shellfish.
- Harwood DT, Boundy M, Selwood AI, van Ginkel, R, MacKenzie LA and McNabb P 2013. Refinement and implementation of the Lawrence method (AOAC 2005.06) in a commercial laboratory: Assay performance during an Alexandrium catenella bloom event. Harmful Algae 24: 20-31.