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Webinar on Elemental Impurities

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NEW!! EAS is offering a live webinar on April 8th on Elemental Impurities Compliance for the Pharmaceutical Industry. EAS has partnered with Pharma Webinars (a division of the Tungsten Shield Group) to bring new online professional training to the analytical science community. This two hour webinar is not pre-recorded but live and interactive. There will be time for questions after the presentation. Group rate available; see website for pricing. Our next webinar is: Elemental Impurities Compliance for the Pharmaceutical Industry: An Overview of the New Compendial Requirements and Analytical

Call for Posters!

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September 1 – 30, 2014 It’s not too late to submit!  EAS’s abstract submission to re-open for consideration in the poster section of the Technical Program. If you missed our April deadline, submit now to join us in November.  Click here for submission details. Areas of Interest Bioanalysis Laboratory Automation Quality-by-Design Chemometrics Laboratory Management Science Education Conservation Sciences Laboratory Miniaturization Sensors Consumer Product Analysis Liquid Chromatography (HPLC/UHPLC) Sample Preparation (SPME / SFE / Microextraction) Environmental Analysis Mass Spectrometry (all areas)

The EAS Final Program & Abstract Book

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Click here to open the pdf file and check out the technical program, workshops, and exposition!  The Abstract Book is also available as a pdf file.  Our 2015 call for papers will open March 1st.  We hope you can join us next year – November 16-18, 2015 in Somerset, NJ.  Check back for more details on how to submit a paper.  

2014 New York Microscopical Society Ernst Abbe Award

NEW YORK MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY ERNST ABBE AWARDSymposium on Atomic Force Microscopy Infrared Spectroscopy organized with the New York Conservation Foundation Dr. Alexandre Dazzi has a research program focused on nanoscale IR Spectroscopy, a technique that he invented.  Specific research objectives including applying the technique to solve interesting problems in microbiological and cellular imaging, while simultaneously pushing the limits of the technique itself.  He obtained his Ph.D. in Physics in 1998 at the Université de Dijon, and did post-doctoral work at

2014 New York Section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy Gold Medal Award

Laurence (Larry) A. Nafie received his Ph.D. from the University of Oregon in 1973, studying resonance Raman scattering, and from 1973 to 1975 he was a postdoctoral associate at the University of Southern California, working on the discovery and confirmation of infrared vibrational circular dichroism (VCD).  In 1975 he joined the Chemistry faculty at Syracuse University to establish a research program in VCD and Raman optical activity (ROA).  In 1978, he was named an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellow and was

2014 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry

Joe Caruso holds a Ph.D. from Michigan State University. After a one-year postdoctoral fellowship at The University of Texas-Austin, he joined the University of Cincinnati Chemistry faculty and since then he has authored or co-authored greater than 400 scientific publications and presented more than 350 invited lectures at universities, scientific meetings, government and industry labs. His current research interests are in metallomics studies in biomedical research areas and involve metal toxicities and their molecular consequences. Caruso is a member and

2014 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in Separation Sciences

Thomas L. Chester is an Adjunct Professor of Chemistry at the University of Cincinnati. He obtained a B.S. degree from Florida State University in 1971. Tom then worked for the Verona Division of the Baychem Corporation (now Bayer) in 1971 and 1972 before resuming his education. In 1976 he received a Ph.D. degree in chemistry from the University of Florida under the direction of Professor James D. Winefordner. Tom then joined The Procter & Gamble Company where he worked until

2014 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in Mass Spectrometry

Catherine Fenselau received her A.B. at Bryn Mawr College and her Ph.D. at Stanford University, where she joined Carl Djerassi in the first studies of mass spectrometric fragmentation of amines, amides and esters. Her post-doctoral research was conducted with Melvin Calvin and A.L. Burlingame at UC Berkeley. In 1967 she joined the faculty of the Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics at Johns Hopkins as one of the first two formally trained mass spectroscopists to join the faculty of a

2014 EAS New Faculty Award in NMR Spectroscopy

Megan A. Macnaughtan is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry at Louisiana State University.  She received her bachelor’s degree in chemistry at Ohio University in 1998, and her Ph.D. in analytical chemistry in 2003 from Purdue University.  She worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center at the University of Georgia with James Prestegard before joining the faculty at Louisiana State University in 2008.  Dr. Macnaughtan is an expert in bioanalytical nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)

2014 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in NIR

Mark Westerhaus received his B.A. and M.A. degrees in psychology from Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio.  Mark continued his academic career in the Department of Statistics at The Pennsylvania State University where he became interested in statistical applications in agronomy. In 1978, he joined John Shenk as a graduate assistant in the USDA NIRS Forage Network, supplying programming and chemometrical support.  In 1983, John, Mark and Don Nichol formed Infrasoft International (ISI) to provide practical software and calibrations to

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