The Thought Leader Series


Episode V — Advancing Chromatographic Methods

LCGC presents a new set of long-form video interviews — The Thought Leader Series.

In this fifth and final episode, Kate Rimmer of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), discusses separations science research carried out at NIST — on how the molecular properties of the stationary phase correlate with chromatographic behavior, the use of 2D LC for the quantitation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), and more.

 


 

 

 

Episode IV — The Analytical Challenges in Metabolomics

LCGC presents a new set of long-form video interviews — The Thought Leader Series.

In this fourth episode, Robert T. Kennedy of the University of Michigan discusses the challenges of metabolomics–coping with data overload, dealing with small amounts of sample, and improving analysis through derivatization. He also talks about what it’s like to be an analytical chemist is a biologist’s world, and convincing the "omics community of the importance of chromatography.

 


 

 

 

Episode III — What's Really in Your Drinking Water

LCGC presents a new set of long-form video interviews — The Thought Leader Series.

In this third episode, Susan D. Richardson of the University of South Carolina, who spent more than 20 years at the U.S. EPA, discusses the analysis of emerging environmental contaminants, particularly disinfection byproducts formed in drinking water treatment. She talks about what contaminants she is finding, the methods she uses to find them, the 50% that still go undetected, and the environmental protections that result from her studies.

Listen to the whole interview, or catch it in short segments!

 


 

 

 

Episode II — Why Slip Flow Matters

LCGC presents a new set of long-form video interviews — The Thought Leader Series. In this second episode, Mary J. Wirth of Purdue University explains the phenomenon of slip flow: what it is, how it can improve separations — particularly of proteins and monoclonal antibodies — and where it may take us in the future.

You can listen to the full interview all at once, or watch it in shorter segments, by clicking on parts 1, 2, or 3 below.

 


 

 

 

Episode I — Characterizing Biosimilars

LCGC presents a new set of long-form video interviews — The Thought Leader Series. In the first episode, Joe Glajch, a member of the LCGC Editorial Advisory Board and the director of analytical development at the biosimilars company Momenta Pharmaceuticals, talks about what is involved in characterizing a biosimilar and demonstrating comparability to a reference product.

You can listen to the full interview all at once, or watch it in shorter segments, by clicking on parts 1, 2, or 3 below.

 


 

 

 

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