Bell, Regnier, Sweedler, and Haddad Give Free Tutorials Today

June 20, 2016

Today at the HPLC 2016 conference, four free tutorial sessions are offered to HPLC conferees. Today’s talks, from Dave Bell, Fred Regnier, Jonathan Sweedler, and Paul Haddad, cover hydrophobic interaction chromatography (HILIC), protein analysis, manuscript preparation, and HPLC method development.

Today, four free tutorial sessions are offered to HPLC conferees. Today’s talks, from Dave Bell, Fred Regnier, Jonathan Sweedler, and Paul Haddad, cover hydrophilic-interaction chromatography (HILIC), protein analysis, manuscript preparation, and HPLC method development.

In the first tutorial of the day, at 9:20 am, David Bell of MilliporeSigma will help chromatographers understand the theory behind HILIC and how that plays out in practice.

At 11:15 am, Fred Regnier of Purdue University will discuss proteoforms as the new challenge in protein separations.

This afternoon, at 1:30 pm, Jonathan Sweedler of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign-and the editor in chief of the journal Analytical Chemistry-will share tips on how to prepare a manuscript and get it published.

At 4:40 pm, Paul Haddad of the University of Tasmania will provide advice on method development for HPLC.

All tutorials will be held in the Yerba Buena Ballroom, salons 5/6, on the B2 level.