Speakers: Jack Henion, Ph.D. Emeritus Professor of Analytical Toxicology, Cornell University Organizers: Date: Monday, February 29, 2016 Time: 8:45-17:00 Registration fee (US$): (USD$)Regular: $195; For unemployed & students:
Speakers: Jack Henion, Ph.D. Emeritus Professor of Analytical Toxicology, Cornell University
Date: Monday, February 29, 2016
Registration fee (US$): (USD$)Regular: $195; For unemployed & students: $30; For major-sponsor rep (incl lunch): $0; For vendor-show rep: $35;
Location: SF Bay Area: Foster City Crowne Plaza
Vendor show vendors registered to date:
Registration deadline:2/26/2016 (it will close sooner if the seating cap is reached)
About the Topic
Learn effective LC/MS techniques for analyzing complex samples and characterizing organic compounds
Who Should Attend:
Experienced LC/MS researchers and practitioners, or others involved in identifying or measuring organic compounds in real-world samples including drugs and metabolites within or for the pharmaceutical industry, and who work with HPLC and MS techniques. Prior HPLC and/or LC/MS experience and understanding is assumed.
Key Topics You\’ll Learn About:
- Principles and preferred practices for APCI LC/MS
- Fundamentals and practices for optimal electrospray ionization
- Principles of multiple charging in electrospray mass spectra of biomolecules
- Strategies for characterizing small molecules contained in biological samples via electrospray LC/MS and LC/MS/MS.
- Sample preparation optimized for LC/MS and LC/MS/MS analyses
- Initial strategies for interpreting collision-induced dissociation (CID) mass spectra of small pharmaceutical molecules.
About the Speakers
Jack Henion is Professor Emeritus of Toxicology at Cornell University in the Analytical Toxicology.. He is also a co-founder, Chairman, and CSO of Advion BioSciences, Inc., located in Ithaca, New York. Prof. Henion’s work in LC/MS relates to the analysis of real-world samples common to pharmaceutical, environmental, and biochemical problems. The instructor has published extensively in the areas of conventional capillary GC/MS as well as LC/MS, SFC/MS, IC/MS, and CE/MS using atmospheric pressure ionization (API) technologies with quadrupole, ion trap, FTMS, and time-of-flight mass spectrometers.
All Day (Monday)
1221 Chess Drive Foster City, California 94404