Sample Enrichment Techniques for Non-Targeted Trace Analysis: WATCH THE WEBINAR
This extractable and leachables webinar and Q&A session focusses on sample enrichment techniques used for non-targeted trace analysis. This event is jointly hosted by Anatune, Hall Analytical and VR Analytical, drawing on a wide diversity of thought and experience to give you the best insight possible.
It consists of a 30-minute presentation showcasing various sample enrichment techniques followed by an expert Q&A session.
The topics covered include:
|Sample enrichment techniques for non-targeted analysis
|Automation of these techniques
|Application within extractable and leachable studies
Jonathan Dunscombe, Senior Application Chemist, Anatune
Jonathan joined Anatune in 2017. As a Senior Application Chemist at Anatune, Jonathan is primarily responsible for automated method development for Water & Environmental applications. On a day-to-day basis, he also focuses on providing extensive customer support in terms of method development support, training, and responding to technical queries.
Prior to joining Anatune, Jonathan worked for Severn Trent Services for six years, gaining experience in many techniques and analyses across multiple chemistry-based disciplines. During this time, Jonathan gained experience using different GERSTEL MPS equipment; notably dual rail headspace systems and dual head ITSP solutions, and thrived at the head of a team faced with the demands of High-throughput and short turnaround times.
Jonathan has a BSc in Chemistry from the University of Cardiff and has trained as a science teacher.
Nick Morley, Principal Scientist, Hall Analytical
Nick has over 12 years of experience in the field of extractables and leachables, both in large pharma and at a CRO. He is responsible for providing technical/consultative support to new and existing customers in the field of E&L. Experience working on a range of products including pharmaceutical/biopharmaceutical (inhalation, topical and parenteral), medical device and nicotine delivery systems. Experienced in authoring successful regulatory files (BLA, NDA, MAA), performing leachable risk assessments and defining E&L testing strategies. Nick has lead workshops and given a number of presentations on the subject of E&L.
Nick has a BSc in Chemistry, is a BSI Committee member and British representative on the CEN (European standards Committee) working group for extractables and leachables of Electronic Cigarettes & E-liquids.
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