Meeting Archive


December 17, 2019
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The Chicago Chromatography Discussion Group Presents:
Katie Banaszewski
NOW Foods

The myths, the facts, and the analytical approaches to accurate determination of glyphosate and its metabolites in food.

Tuesday, December 17, 2019
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Benedictine University
Goodwin Hall
5700 College Road
Lisle, IL 60532

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Speaker Bio:
Katie Banaszewski is a Method Development Supervisor at NOW Foods, where she leads the development and validation of analytical methods. Katie has degrees in Biotechnology and Chemistry from William Paterson University and prior to joining NOW Foods she worked at the Institute for Food Safety and Health and Mars Snackfood US. She specializes in residue analysis utilizing liquid chromatography and gas chromatography mass spectrometers. Katie has lead the development and implementation of a routine pesticide residue monitoring program at NOW Foods and plays an integral role in growing the company’s analytical capabilities. Katie authored and co-authored multiple publications and is continuously contributing to the scientific community in the area of research on natural products.

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$15 members/students
$30 non-members

October 2, 2019

Emmett’s Brewing Company
110 North Brockway Street
Palatine, IL 60067

6:00-9:00 pm Get your tickets here

The primary goal for any analytical testing is to develop practices to ensure safety and quality. Modern regulations emphasize analytical methods capable of separating critical analyte pairs, improved efficiency, symmetric peak and detector specific requirements for identification as well as quantitation. In order to meet separation goals and to exceed regulatory requirements, new and unique chromatography technology and selectivity ties should be considered.

In this seminar, we will explore advances in GC under 3 unique topics: We will start with the advances in Gas Chromatography where we will explore evolution of column technology that helps in development of time and cost efficient methods. In the next session, we will discuss the new and improved Zebron GC phase specifically developed for industry specific applications. In the third session, we will explore accessories that can help extend life time of  Gc column & detector

Dr. Ramkumar Dhandapani has been in the chromatography industry for over 15 years with hands-on and troubleshooting experience. He has earned a Masters and PhD degree in Analytical chemistry from Seton Hall University, New Jersey with specialization in Microextractions, Multidimentional Gas Chromatography and Tandem Mass Specs techniques. He has developed and validated several regulatory compliant methods in pharmaceutical, food and environmental industry as well as incorporated method improvement and troubleshooting across a range of GC techniques.  Dr. Dhandapani joined Phenomenex in August of 2014 and he serves as the Global Product Manager-Gas Chromatography at Phenomenex, USA. In addition to managing the GC product line, Dr. Dhandapani presents on innovations in Gas Chromatography at various chromatography conferences.

September 24-26, 2019

CCDG is excited to announce the 2019 Gas Chromatography school.
September 24-26, 2019

About this Event

Co-sponsored by Roosevelt University and held on their campus, this course offers a well-designed combination of lecture and hands-on laboratory training. Students gain sufficient theoretical and practical background to perform independent work in gas chromatography.

This three day course, taught by Dr. Lee Polite from Axion, will provide instruction on a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:

Introduction to Gas Chromatography

GC Inlet systems

GC capillary columns and resolution

GC split ratio

Temperature programming and electronic pressure control

GC/MS, Headspace GC, Liquid GC

Method development and quantitative analysis

GC Troubleshooting and more!

This course is AACC accredited for 20 credit hours.

Registration fee: $995 (includes text, supplies and lunches) | $500 for students

Printed course material is provided, at no extra cost to the student, by the Chicago Chromatography Discussion Group.

Location: Roosevelt University
1400 N Roosevelt Blvd
Schaumburg, IL 60173

July 10, 2019
2018-2019 President’s Report

Hello to all members and friends of CCDG. We have just wrapped up our 2018-2019 season, and throughout the year I have had the privilege of working with a talented and hard-working board to accomplish some amazing things.

This year, we changed our membership term and our sponsorship term to reflect the calendar year. This was done to help our members, as well as our board, to help keep track of renewals. We are also in the process of transitioning to a new program for membership renewal that will streamline the process of renewing membership

In the fall, we launched a brand-new website. We found this new website to be more user friendly, and enables us to keep our website updated in a timelier fashion. Our new website also allows us to share more pictures from our dinner lectures and our schools.

This year we were very excited to bring back our GC school, which was held at Roosevelt University in Schaumburg. It was a huge success with 13 students, and the instructor, Dr. Lee Polite went above and beyond for our students ensuring they left the class well informed.

Our GC school was such a success at Roosevelt University that we decided to move our LC school to the same location. Dr. Merlin Bicking once again led an outstanding course in which the students learned a great deal about liquid chromatography.

At our Young Scientist Dinner lecture, we awarded graduate student Sarah Lum with the Young Scientist Award. Her presentation on a novel way to quickly and efficiently analyze rape kits was both captivating and informative. We look forward to seeing what else Sarah will accomplish in her career.

We attended two conferences this year, the Midwest Association of Toxicology and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Cleveland, and the ACS Great Lakes Regional Meeting in Lisle. Attending conferences helps us to grow our organization and accomplish our motto of Sharing in Knowledge.

Lastly, we hosted four dinner lectures this year, ranging in topics from tips and tricks in gas chromatography to the challenges of teaching chromatography in a third world country. A huge thank you to all of our speakers this year, Eric Pavlich of Agilent, Gosia Medrecki, Kayla Watanabe, Sarah Lum, Dr. John Stuff of Gerstel, and Dr. Merlin Bicking of ACCTA.

Thank you all for supporting CCDG through membership, dinner lectures, or our schools, and I am looking forward to another wonderful year!


Amy Alexander
CCDG President

May 21-23, 2019

2019 Liquid Chromatography School 
May 21-May 23, 2019
Merlin Bicking, Ph.D.
Roosevelt University
1400 N Roosevelt Blvd
Schaumburg, IL  60173
20 hours of  AACC ACCENT® Credit will be awarded to the learner after completion of a short survey at the end of the course.
Registration Fee is $995 which includes textbook, supplies and lunches.

Special Student Registration Fee is $500.
Check out the Registration Link on Eventbrite for more details and be sure to follow CCDG on Facebook and LinkedIn for updates!

May 20, 2019

CCDG welcomes Dr. Merlin Bicking as our May Dinner Lecture Guest Speaker.

Dr. Bicking has been CCDG’s Liquid Chromatography School instructor for a few years now. His knowledge and experience have been invaluable in assisting students from a variety of chromatography backgrounds.

Merging Business, Chromatography, and Culture in East Africa

Science has the power to positively influence the quality of life for people living in developing countries. However, transferring scientific technology and expertise for the benefit of a society requires more than just donating used equipment. Infrastructure such as utilities, facilities, staff, and budgets must be in place to fully generate any meaningful results from the technology. We often take these factors for granted, but in a third world environment many of these items are missing or of poor quality. In addition, their goals, priorities, and perspectives are significantly different from ours, and sometimes our good intentions can make things worse.

This presentation will focus on our experiences with ChromAfrica LLC, a consulting and training services company based in Nairobi that we founded in 2009 to provide technical training to local scientists. While the initial training events covered chromatographic topics, numerous other sessions have addressed a much wider range of issues, even going beyond laboratory technical training. The many challenges that we encountered revealed some fundamental differences in business practices and culture that require a unique approach to both training and business development. There are significant issues facing the region as they try to integrate their economies into the international community and we will discuss how we, as analytical chemists, are helping.

Finally, we want to answer two other common questions: 1) what is it like to visit Africa, and 2) did you see any wild animals? We will provide some details about life in East Africa, and, yes, there will be some safari pictures!

Dr. Merlin Bicking is the founder of ACCTA, Inc., an analytical chemistry training & consulting firm. With more than 30 years of post-graduate experience in academia, contract research, contract laboratory, and independent consulting, he provides basic through advanced level training on laboratory skills and use of analytical equipment.

His expertise includes analytical separations, method development, and problem- solving, using a wide range of techniques including HPLC, GC, GC/MS, SFE, SFC, FTIR,

NMR, and absorbance spectrophotometry.

Dr. Bicking received a BS. in Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin – River Falls and a Ph.D. in Organic-Analytical Chemistry from Iowa State University.

MAY 20, 2019

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Mickey Finn’s Brewery
345 North Milwaukee Avenue
Libertyville, IL 60048

May 15, 2019

2019’s CCDG open board meeting is here. If you would like to become a board member or simply find out what being a board member is about, this event is for you!

Nominations and elections for new board members will take place. This event is open to everyone.

When reserving your free seat, please ensure the ticket option selected is for the dinner option of your choice. Get your tickets here!

On 5/15/19 CCDG held its open board meeting and the following are the results of the election;

The elections are for a three year term July 2019-June 2022

Sponsor Chair
Joe Jones

LC School Chair
Rich DeMuro

Membership Chair
Stephanie Collins

Programs Chair
Kristin Sulaiman

Awards Chair
Charles Marshall

Robin Sutka

Secretary Elect -One Year Term
Sara Plowman

President Elect -One Year Term
James DeFrancesco

Congratulations to all!

Wednesday May 15, 2019                         6:00 PM – 9:00 PM


Westwood Tavern
1385 North Meacham Road
Schaumburg, IL 60173

February 26, 2019

February Dinner Meeting

Location: Benedictine University– Goodwin Hall Room 411
Date: February 26th, 2019
Guest Speaker: Dr. John R. Stuff    Bio
Title: Thermal Desorption Techniques for Gas Chromatography


Thermal desorption is an injection technique for gas chromatography wherein the sample is heated to release analytes into the GC carrier gas stream. Different thermal desorption modes and devices can be utilized with a thermal desorber, in order to handle gas, liquid and solid samples.

Direct thermal extraction (DTE) is a thermal desorption technique in which a small amount of sample, typically 10-50 mg, is placed in an empty thermal desorption tube. The sample is heated in the thermal desorption unit under a flow of inert gas, in order to release volatile and semi-volatile compounds from the sample. The analytes are trapped and then analyzed by GC/MS.

The Gerstel Twister is a PDMS coated stir bar which can be used in headspace or immersion mode to extract analytes from either solid or liquid samples. Thin Film SPME (TF-SPME) devices are a 20 mm x 4.8 mm sheet of carbon mesh coated with DVB/PDMS or CAR/PDMS. They also can be used in headspace or immersion mode. Both Twisters and TF-SPME are analyzed by thermal desorption.

Air samples are handled by using thermal desorption tubes packed with a solid sorbent material. Air can be actively pumped through the tube or the sorbent tubes can be used for passive diffusive sampling. The sorbent tubes are analyzed by thermal desorption.

This talk will focus on these techniques and show examples of each.

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Don’t forget, you may renew your membership at the same time as buying your ticket.


November 7, 2018

Congratulation to Sarah Lum, Notre Dame graduate student and CCDG 2018 Young Chromatographer Award Winner for presenting “Battling the Backlog: Novel CZE Systems for Rape Kit Analysis”

We would also like to thank our other two speakers who also did an outstanding job;

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”

Thank you all for another wonderful Young Chromatographer dinner meeting!

November 7, 2018

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

October 23 -25, 2018

CCDG is excited to announce the 2018 Gas Chromatography school. Co-sponsored by Roosevelt University and held on their campus, this course offers a well-designed combination of lecture and hands-on laboratory training. Students gain sufficient theoretical and practical background to perform independent work in gas chromatography.

Awarded with 20 credit hours of AACC Continuing Education!

This three day course, taught by Dr. Lee Polite from Axion, will provide instruction on a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:

  • Introduction to Gas Chromatography
  • GC Inlet systems
  • GC capillary columns and resolution
  • GC split ratio
  • Temperature programming and electronic pressure control
  • GC/MS, Headspace GC, Liquid GC
  • Method development and quantitative analysis
  • GC Troubleshooting and more!

Course Schedule

Registration fee: $995 (includes text, supplies and lunches) | $500 for students

Printed course material is provided, at no extra cost to the student, by the Chicago Chromatography Discussion Group.

Roosevelt University

1400 N Roosevelt Blvd,

Schaumburg IL, 60173

October 15, 2018

Congratulations – Amy Alexander

UCT’s 2018 Excellence in SPE Award winner

A huge round of applause to our President Amy Alexander for being selected as a 2018 Excellence in SPE Award winner.  This award is sponsored by United Chemical Technologies (UCT) and was awarded at the Society of Forensic Toxicologists (SOFT) meeting in Minneapolis, MN.  The award reflects recent outstanding contributions to the scientific literature in the field of Solid Phase Extractions in Forensic Science.  Specifically, UCT is recognizing the article “Discordant Umbilical Cord Drug Testing Results in Monozygotic Twins” where Amy served as the principle author.

September 11, 2018

Title: GC Tips and Trick for Method Optimization

Abstract: This looks at what options are available when attempting to make the best GC method possible.  We will discuss the advantages and disadvantages we may see when making changes to our method and why these changes happen.  This includes the differences between carrier gasses, inlet liners, and what kind of influence changes to our column dimensions will have.  From this discussion, we will be able to make educated decisions on how best to achieve our desired goals and where to find resources should we have questions.

Location: Westwood Tavern and Tap 1385 N. Meacham Road Schaumburg, IL (Chicago Room)

Lecture Sponsor:

Who: Eric Pavlich

Bio:  Eric is a graduate from the University of Arkansas.  He started his career as a microbiologist for a pharmaceutical manufacturer and eventually migrated to more analytical chemistry techniques in dealing with polymer research and cosmetics.  In 2003, Eric joined Varian Analytical conducting sales for consumable supplies.  When Agilent acquired Varian in 2010, Eric took on the role of Application Scientist where he assists those in need of GC Application help.  Along with helping analysts optimize their methods, Eric also helps educate those that are trying to expand their knowledge in Gas Chromatography. (In-depth bio)

July 29-Aug 2, 2018
CCDG Travel Grant to HPLC 2018

CCDG is a proud supporter of HPLC 2018.  We provided a Travel Grant to HPLC 2018, the 47th International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques, July 29-August 2, 2018 in Washington, DC.  We are excited to announce the winner of the travel grant; Sarah Lum from the University of Notre Dame!

“Battling the Backlog: Novel CZE System for Forensic Separations”

Sarah Lum is a bioanalytical chemist working in scientific technology development. After learning about the enormous backlog in rape kit processing, Sarah became passionate about utilizing her analytical skillset to design a technology to address this injustice. In 2016, she obtained a patent on a novel CZE system for the forensic analysis of sexual assault evidence. Since then, she has traveled to crime labs across the U.S. to share her work and engage in conversation with law enforcement officers, crime lab analysts, and government officials to work together in battling the rape kit backlog.

Sarah’s work has been recognized with the 2017 Young Scientist Award at the Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis International Symposium in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands. She was named a 2017 U.S. National Institute of Justice Graduate Research Fellow, and has been featured in The Analytical Scientist, Biola Magazine, and the Notre Dame (ND) Magazine. In addition to her research, Sarah is passionate about leadership, mentorship, and outreach. She served two terms as the President of the Association for Women in Science at Notre Dame where she developed a STEMentorship Program for undergraduate women in STEM and chaired the 2016 inaugural Women in Science Regional Conference. Sarah also leads the ND Chemistry Demonstration Team, and was named a 2017 National Science Foundation Ethical Leaders in STEM Fellow.

Sarah graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Biochemistry from Biola University in 2010 and is currently a Chemistry Ph.D. Candidate working with Dr. Norman Dovichi at the University of Notre Dame.

July 13, 2018

We would like to thank our outgoing President, Rich DeMuro for his hard work and stewardship, and welcome Amy Alexander as our incoming President.

The 2017-2018 board would like to thank everyone for a wonderful season and we look forward to an even better season in 2018-2019!

The CCDG board approved a change to the membership year at the May 8, 2018 board meeting.  The membership year will now follow a calendar year January 1 to December 31.  All members who were paid and in good standing receive an extension until December for their current membership.

May 15-17, 2018

CCDG LC SCHOOL.  New for 2018, 14 Hours of AACC ACCENT™ Continuing Education Credits
Learn more about CCDG LC School

May 8, 2018

Open Board Meeting

April 16, 2018

Speaker: Dr. Joseph Jablonski
Title: Recent Examples of Food Adulteration Detection with Chromatography at FDA/CFSAN
Learn more about Dr. Joseph Jablonski | View presentation here

February 20, 2018

Speaker: Dr. Robert Kennedy
Title: LC-MS for Dynamic Metabolomics of the Brain
Learn more about Dr. Robert Kennedy | View presentation here


December 19, 2017

Speaker: Dr. Sarah St. John
Title: Large molecule chromatography for small for small molecule analysts
Learn more about Dr. Sarah St. John | View presentation here

October 9, 2017

CCDG’s first student led dinner lecture

Speaker: Kathyn Renyer
Title: Do Microplastics Enhance the Uptake of Toxins in Earthworms? | View presentation here

Speaker:  Alan Wong
Title: UHPLC-MS/MS Quantitative Analysis of Estrogen Metabolites in Human Serum | View presentation here

Speaker: Xiolmara Martinez
Title: Determination of Illicit Designer Drugs and Their Metabolites in Wastewater | View presentation here

Learn more about the student dinner lecture |

May 24, 2017

Another Successful Year for the Chicago Chromatography Group has come to an end.

Click here to view the End of Year Statement 2016-2017

May 16, 2017

Joint CCDG/CMSDG dinner
Dr. Katerina Mastovka, Ph.D.
Title: Tips & Tricks for Improved GC-MS/MS and LC-MS/MS Analysis
Learn More about Dr. Katerina Mastovska Ph.D.

April 4, 2017

Speaker: Dr. David House*, Dr. Binwu Zhao*, Dr. Priyanka Sharma, Dr. Anil Oroskar (Orochem Technologies, Inc.), Xiaoyu Wang, Prof. Sohail Murad (Illinois Institute of Technology)
Title: Molecular Modeling as a Screening Tool to Separate Enantiomers of Chiral Compounds Using Polysaccharide-based Chiral Stationary Phases for Orphan Drugs
Learn more about Dr. David House and Dr. Binwu Zhao


January 9, 2017

Speaker: James DeFrancesco
Title: Fentanyl and the New Opioids: Analysis, Clandestine Synthesis, and Use as a Heroin Replacement
Learn more about James DeFrancescoView presentation here


November 9, 2016
Speaker: Paula Hong, PhD – Principal Scientist, Waters Corporation
Title: Methods Transfer Review: Strategies to Address the Impact of Instrument Design Characteristics
Learn more about Dr. Paula Hong | View presentation here

September 15, 2016
Speaker:  Dr. Edward Ledford, Jr.
Title: What is GC x GC, How Does It Work, and Why Do We Need It?
View presentation here

May 2016

Another Successful Year for the Chicago Chromatography Group has come to an end.

Click here to view the End of Year Statement 2015-2016

March 22, 2016
Speaker: Rick Lake, Restek
Title: Getting the Most Out of Your LC-MS/MS Separations and Method Development Time
View presentation here


November 4, 2015
Speaker: Timothy Ruppel, PerkinElmer
Title: Testing Requirements for Cannabis- Multiple Technologies
View presentation here

September 22, 2015
Speaker:   Bob Shirey, Yong Chen, Craig Aurand
Title: Optimizing SPME for a Variety of Applications
Sponsor: Gerstel
Learn more about SPME | View presentation here

January 21, 2015
Speaker: Ray Marsili, owner of Marsili Consulting Group
Title: Versatile New Stir Bar Sorptive Extraction Techniques for Flavor, Fragrance, and Odor Analysis.
View presentation here.


biomarkers October 28, 2014
Speaker: Douglas Lewis, President, United States Drug Testing Laboratories
Title: The Development of Direct Alcohol Biomarkers and Chromatographic Separations.
Learn more about Doug Lewis | View presentation here.


May 6, 2010
Spring Symposium
Toxicology – Past, Present and Future. Honoring Dr. Christine Moore
2010 Distinguished Scientist
. Also Featuring Adam Negrusz, Ph.D.
Learn more about Christine Moore and Adam Negrusz

February 10, 2010
Joint CCDG/SAS Meeting
Speaker: Ali Arjomand, Ph.D., President and Scientific Director, Accium Biosciences.
Title: “Accelerator Mass Spectrometry: Ultra-sensitive Applications in Drug Development and Personalized Medicine”
Learn more about Dr. Arjomand.


December 10, 2009
Speaker: Dr. Britt Burton-Freeman
Nutrition and Health Promoting Foods platform leader at the National Center for Food Safety and Technology (NCFST), Illinois Institute of Technology.
Learn more about Dr. Britt Burton-Freeman.

October 29, 2009 – View Pictures from Event
CCDG ‘s Fall Event featuring Steven H. Wong, Ph.D
Chromatography enabling translational pharmacogenomics for Personalized Medicine, and forensic toxicology for Personalized Justice.
Learn more about Steven Wong.

September 21, 2009 – View Pictures from Event
32th CCDG HPLC School – Part 1

April 30, 2009 – View Pictures from Event
Spring Symposium
METABALOMICS featuring Dr. Oliver Fieh, recipient of the 2009 Chicago Chromatography Discussion Group’s “Distinguished Scientist Award”

February 10, 2009 – View Pictures from Event
CCDG and SAS-Chicago Gala
“Screening complex natural product mixtures for chemopreventive agents.”
Speaker: Dr. Richard B. Van Breemen


December 11, 2008 – View Pictures from Event
“Recent HPLC Column Developments”
Speaker: Ronald E. Majors, PhD.

March 18, 2008
“Distribution of Catechins and Epicatechins in Regular and Decaffinated Green Tea”
Speaker: Suvash Kafley, University of Wisconsin – Stout, CCDG Student Research Scholarship Award Recipient of 2007


November 13, 2007
“If you Hate Sample Prep, you’ll Love This Talk!”
Speaker: Michael Woodman, Agilent Technologies

October 16, 2007
“An Efficient Approach to HPLC Column Method Development”
Speaker: Mark Jacyno – Grace Discovery (Alltech)

September 6, 2007
“Evolution of Mixed-Mode Liquid Chromatography”
Speaker: Yury Zelechonok, SIELC Technologies


May 4, 2007
“Expanding the Spectrum of Chromatography”
Merit Award Meeting

  • Speakers:
  • Merit Award Winner: Thomas Chester
  • Mark Jacyno (Grace Davison) on high speed chromatography with sub-2 micron packings
  • Amos Heckendorf (The Nest Group) on hydrophilic interaction chromatography (HILIC)
  • Nathan Bach (Dionex) on monolithic column chromatography

April 19, 2007
“Joint Meeting with SAS-Chicago: Analysis of Individual Submicron Particles and Applications to Protein Aggregation and Misfolding Diseases”
Speaker: Doug Gilman, Louisiana State University

April 17, 2007
“Innovative HPLC Analysis of Pharmaceuticals”
Crowne Plaza Chicago North Shore, Mundelein, IL
Speaker: Lakshmy M. Nair, Baxter Healthcare

March 21, 2007
“Recent Advances in Chromatography Fast GC to UHPLC and the Requirement for Automation”
Lamirage, Rolling Meadows, IL
Speaker: Scott Harrison, LEAP Technologies

February 15, 2007
“Column and Mobile Phase Selection for HPLC/MS”
Hyatt Lisle, Lisle IL
Speaker: Patrick W. Coleman, Agilent Technologies


November 29, 2006
“Analytical Methods for Flavor, Fragrance and Odor Analysis”
Wellington of Arlington, Arlington Heights, IL
Speaker: Ray Marsili

October 17, 2006
“Bringing QA/QC Methods to Speed… The Pros and Cons of Routine High Speed HPLC”
Wellington of Arlington, Arlington Heights, IL
Speaker: Michael Woodman of Agilent Technologyes Life Science Chemical Analysis Division

September 28, 2006
“LC School Special Topics”
Roosevelt University, Schaumburg, IL