Plenary, Keynote and Breakfast Lectures

The theme for EAS 2019 is Enhancing Analytical Chemistry with Sustainable Solutions with a focus on Going Green.  To address the issue of environmental awareness from a global perspective, our 2019 technical program has been strengthened with four special lectures.  Our keynote speaker, Prof. Susan Olesik, Ohio State University, has agreed to speak on Green HPLC.  Our plenary lecture will be delivered by this year’s winner of the EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry, Professor Joel Harris, University of Utah.  To entice you to come early and avoid traffic, EAS will offer a 2 breakfast lectures, one on the Antrhax & other cases by Dr. David Bowers, Deputy Chief Inspector, United States Postal Service, a renowned expert on mail cases; and the second, organized by the Women’s Chemists Committee (WCC) is Caroline McGregor, Merck & Co..

Join us to hear these experts:

Keynote Speaker
Monday, November 18, 4:15pm
Dr. Susan Olesik,
Title:  The Sustainable Analytical Chemist
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Plenary Lecture
Wednesday, November 20, 11:45am

Professor Joel Harris, University of Utah
Title: Spectroscopy through the Microscope: Chemical Analysis at Liquid/Solid Interfaces
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Breakfast Lecture*
Tuesday, November 19, 7:30am

Dr. David Bowers, United States Postal Service
Title:  Dangerous Mail: Threats and Responses Over the Years
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*You must be registered as a Symposium & Exposition Conferee or a Full-Time Student Conferee
to attend the breakfast lecture

Women’s Chemists Committee Breakfast Lecture*
Wednesday, November 20, 7:30am

Dr. Caroline McGregor, Merck & Co.
Title:  From Lab to Leadership: The Journey of an Analytical Chemist
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*You must be registered as a Symposium & Exposition Conferee or a Full-Time Student Conferee
to attend the breakfast lecture