Award Symposium: The LCGC Lifetime Achievement and Emerging Leader Awards

March 1, 2016
Laura Bush

This afternoon, the winners of the LCGC Awards will be honored in an oral symposium at Pittcon. Milton L. Lee of Brigham Young University will receive the 2016 LCGC Lifetime Achievement Award at 1:30, and Debby Mangelings of the Free University of Brussels (Vrie Universiteit Brussel), will receive the 2016 LCGC Emerging Leader Award at 3:45 pm, just after the break. The symposium will be held in room B314.

  This afternoon, the winners of the LCGC Awards will be honored in an oral symposium at Pittcon. Milton L. Lee of Brigham Young University will receive the 2016 LCGC Lifetime Achievement Award at 1:30, and Debby Mangelings of the Free University of Brussels (Vrie Universiteit Brussel), will receive the 2016 LCGC Emerging Leader Award at 3:45 pm, just after the break. The symposium will be held in room B314.   Following the presentation of the Lifetime Achievement Award, Lee will give a talk on columns in small-scale chromatography. Pat Sandra of the Research Institute for Chromatography will then discuss recent chromatographic and mass spectrometric developments applied to the characterization of recombinant proteins, monoclonal antibodies, and antibody-drug conjugates. Rounding out the first part of the program, Milos Novotny of Indiana University will give a presentation entitled, “Analytical Glycoscience: Quo Vadis?”   After receiving the Emerging Leader Award, Mangelings will discuss generic chiral separation strategies for pharmaceutical compounds using chromatographic and electrophoretic techniques. Bezhan Chankvetadze of Tbilisi State University will then discuss recent trends in HPLC separation of enantiomers.   Read about Lee and Mangelings in the article in our February issue.