CCDG is proud to host it’s second Young Chromatographer meeting. Established in 2017, the CCDG Young Chromatographer Award is designed to be awarded to a young person who presents their original research at our student dinner meeting. CCDG is committed to promoting an interest in and providing a forum for, the exchange of information in all areas of chromatography. As part of our philanthropy strategy, the group has established this award to encourage young scientists to do research and provide a forum for their presentation.
We will be featuring the following speakers:
Kayla Watanabe, Stevenson High School and Loyola Summer Intern
“The Correlation of Physicochemical Properties with Chromatographic Separation of Dichlorophenols in the Gas Phase”
Gosia Medrecki, Loyola undergraduate student and Agilent intern
“A Novel Sample Preparation for quantifying Vitamin D from Dog Food”
Sarah Lum, Notre Dame graduate student and CCDG 2018 Travel Award Winner!
“Battling the Backlog: Novel CZE Systems for Rape Kit Analysis”
The dinner meeting and presentation is scheduled for November 7th, 6:30-9pm, Loyola University (Chicago), 1000 W. Sheridan Rd, Cuneo Hall, Room 210, Chicago, IL 60626
To see past winners and get more information click here