The LCGC Awards

LCGC's Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography and Emerging Leader in Chromatography Award Winners

The LCGC Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography and Emerging Leader in Chromatography Awards were launched in 2008. Winners are selected by an independent scientific committee. For information about how to nominate someone for either award, please see our call for nominations page.


The Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award

The LCGC Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award, as its name implies, recognizes a separation scientist for his or her overall contributions to the field of chromatography. The winner is chosen by an independent committee.

Our previous award winners include:

2018: Ron Majors

The article about the 2018 awards will be published in the coming months

An interview with Ron Majors will be published in the coming months

 
 
 
 
 

2017: Pat Sandra

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Click here to read an interview with Pat Sandra

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

2016: Milton L. Lee 

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Click here to read an interview with Milton Lee

 

 

 

2015: Joseph Jack Kirkland

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Click here to read an interview with Joseph Jack Kirkland

 

 

 

 

2014: Fred E. Regnier

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Click here to read an interview with Fred E. Regnier

 

 

 

2013: Peter W. Carr

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Click here to read an interview with Peter W. Carr

 

 

 

2012: Lloyd Snyder

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Click here to read an interview with Lloyd Snyder

 

 

 

2011: James W. Jorgenson

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2010: Georges Guiochon

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2009: Harold McNair

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2008: Walt Jennings

 

 

 

 

 


The Emerging Leader in Chromatography Award

The Emerging Leader award recognizes the achievements and aspirations of a talented young separation scientist who has made strides early in his or her career toward the advancement of chromatographic techniques or applications.

 
Criteria 
Candidates for the LCGC Emerging Leader in Chromatography award must work in the field of separation science. In the award year, candidates must be within 10 years of receiving their highest degree, and must have made significant practical contributions to the field of separation science that have helped advance the state of the art in the application of chromatography. Weight is given to candidates who have taken a leadership role at their university, institute, or place of business. The winner is chosen by an independent scientific committee. For information about how to nominate someone for the Emerging Leader Award, please see our call for nominations page
 
Our previous award winners include:
 

2018: Zachary S. Breitbach

The article about the 2018 awards will be published in the coming months

An interview with Zach Breitbach will be published in the coming months

 

 
 

2016: Debby Mangelings

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Click here to read an interview with Debby Mangelings

 

 

 

2015: Caroline West

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2014: André De Villiers

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Click here to read an interview with André De Villiers

 
 
 
 

2013: Davy Guillarme

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Click here to read an interview with Davy Guillarme

 

 

 

2012: Emily Hilder

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Click here for an podcast interview with Emily Hilder

 

 

 

2011: Dwight Stoll

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2010: Jared Anderson

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2009: Kevin Schug

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2008: Gert Desmet

 
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