Leigh is president of INX Laboratories, a leading hemp laboratory that provides consistent and exceedingly accurate results, with roles in both independent and team laboratory research with applications in a variety of fields. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from LaSalle University and currently holds memberships and certifications in the American Society of Microbiology, American Industrial Hygiene Association, and the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienist.
As a hands-on chemist, Dundore quickly became known for her comprehensive knowledge of Microbiology, familiarity with various chemical and metallurgical methods, and managerial skills in laboratory activities. Thanks to her keen eye for detail, she successfully created and implemented a quality control program that addressed OOS issues, established a cost-effective in-house heavy metal testing program, and developed research programs for projects like citrus greening, oil extraction from algae, and bacteria soil regeneration.
Her extensive knowledge includes experience in purification, analysis, and characterization compounds, such as proteins, bacteria, drugs, fuels, and toxins, by gas chromatography, ICP, PF3D, PRC, and gel electrophoresis. Dundore is also proficient in MPN, Petri-film, food, oils, fuel, and environmental sample analysis by Multiplex-PCR for bacteria like E. coli, O157: H7, salmonella, listeria, staphylococcus, among others.
At INX Laboratories, Dundore leads a team of PhD.s, chemists, and hemp experts proficient in a wide range of scientific areas. The hemp laboratory is equipped with the latest hemp tech, such as Ultra High Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) machines. It offers comprehensive and accurate testing for cannabinoid potency, terpenes, mycotoxins, residual solvents, pesticides, and heavy metals.