TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS – THURSDAY, MAY 9, 2019

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8:30 am Introduction / Undergraduate Award / Palmer Award

9:00 am Keynote Address: Professor William Arnold

– Dept. of Civil, Environmental & Geo-Engineering, University of Minnesota

“From Identifying Reaction Products to Suspect Screening,

Chromatography Enables Environmental Analytical Chemistry”

10:00 am Morning Break – EXHIBITS AND POSTERS – CARRIAGE HALL

Time Captain’s Room Tack A  (lower level) Tack B  (lower level)

HPLC: Reproducibility

10:40

 

2019 L.S. Palmer Awardee:

Dr. Paul R. Mahaffy

Director, Solar System Exploration Division, NASA

“Discovery of Organics on Mars with the SAM         Experiment on the Curiosity Rover”                  1

11:00
11:20

Question and Answer Session

11:40

LUNCH (11:40-1:00)

Clinical & Drug Testing

Environmental Testing

MCF Undergraduate Research Awardees

1:00

 

Clinical Applications of Mass Spectrometry

 

Ravinder Jit Singh

Mayo Clinic

                                                                                  2

Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)

by Ion Mobility Spectrometry-Mass Spectrometry (IMS-MS)

James N. Dodds

                                                                                 4

Analysis of Dimethyl Trisulfide,

in Whole Blood

by Dynamic Headspace GC-MS

Subrata Bhadra           

                                                      8

1:20

 

Performing Targeted PFAS

Using the Latest QQQ Technology

in Increasingly Complex Matrices.

John Sausen               

                                                                                  5

Indirect Photolytic Degradation of Contaminants in the St. Louis River as Quantified by HPLC

Joseph Herrli          

                                                       9

1:40

 

 

 

A Haze of Confusion; Unrolling the Challenges of CBD in the Drug Testing Laboratory

 

Gregory C. Janis

MedTox Laboratories

                                                                                  3

Characterization of Complexity of Polycyclic Musk Galaxolide using HPLC-UV and HPLC-MS

Amy Crawford              

                                                                              6

Synthesis of Standards for the

LC-MS Quantitation of Methylenedianiline

Jennifer Luhman        

                                                       10

2:00

 

 

Nitrosodipropylamine In Drinking Water: Extractive Stirrer (ICECLES) and Low-Resolution GC-MS 

Joseph K. Dzisam      

                                                                                 7

LCMS Determination of Cellular DNA Oxidative Damage from UV Stress

Jack Queenan           

                                                        11

2:20

 

 

Question and Answer Session

      

                                                                                   

Metabolic Profiling of Fragaria Vesca with UHPLC and SPE

 

Sam Gentle             

                                                         12

2:40

AFTERNOON BREAK   (2:40-3:00)

USP Impurity Testing

2D-LC

3:00

 

 

 

Modernization of Organic Impurities

Testing in USP Monographs

 

Antonio Hernandez-Cardoso

USP                  

                                                                                13

Multidimensional Chromatograplhic Approaches for Analysis of Biopharmaceuticals

Gabriel M. Leme           

                                                                                  14

 Developing LC-MS/GC-MS Workflows to Study Dysregulated Lipid Metabolism

Christian Toonstra

                                                       17

3:20

 

 

Is HILIC Viable as a Second Dimension Separation in Two-Dimension Liquid Chromatography?

Claudia Seidl 

                                                                                 15

 GC Analysis of Formaldehyde and Acetaldehyde with Post-Column Catalytic Hydrogenation and FID

Tommy Saunders

                                                          18

3:40

 

 

Question and Answer Session

Effect of Buffer Preparation on Reproducibility of Retention in RP-HPLC

Devin Makey             

                                                                                16

4:00

 LATE AFTERNOON BREAK AND PRIZE DRAWING

 

*****   2019 MCF Spring Symposium  –  Posters   *****

Poster #1

COMPREHENSIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF EXTRACTABLE LIGNIN

WITH THERMAL DESORPTION-PYROLYSIS METHODS

LACY LILLEBOE (1), JESSICA EMOND (1), BIN YAO (1), ERIN TIEDE (1), AUDREY LAVALLIE (1),

SUROJIT GUPTA(2), EVGUENII KOZLIAK (1), ALENA KUBÁTOVÁ (1)

(1) Department of Chemistry, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND

(2) Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND

 

Poster #2

DEVELOPMENT OF A LC-MS/MS METHOD

FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETECTION AND ANALYSIS OF THREE ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS

USHA MISHRA

Center for Orphan Drug Research College of Pharmacy, University of Minnesota