James Grinias Receives LCGC Emerging Leader in Chromatography Award

James P. Grinias is the 2022 recipient of the LCGC Emerging Leader in Chromatography Award. The award will be presented to him during a virtual Pittcon 2022 session on March 28, starting at 1:00 pm EDT. The annual LCGC Emerging Leader Award recognizes the achievements and aspirations of a talented young chromatographer, selected by an independent scientific committee.

Grinias is an associate professor at Rowan University (Glassboro, New Jersey). The Grinias Lab focuses on research related to chromatography and microfluidics including the design of low-cost and miniaturized platforms to facilitate these techniques. With his research group at Rowan, Grinias has published 22 papers about instrument design and miniaturization, superficially porous particles (SPPs), and fast liquid chromatography (LC). He has published 32 papers with 607 citations on Google Scholar, and an h-index of 12 and an i10 index of 14. He has also presented more than 80 oral and poster presentations at scientific conferences.

During the awards session, Grinias will present a talk titled “Recent Developments in Capillary LC Column Technology.” He will discuss how to improve the performance of capillary LC columns, and how it plays a critical role in various ‘omics studies.

Learn more about Grinias’s work in the February issue of LCGC. https://www.chromatographyonline.com/journals/lcgc-north-america/february-2022

To register for the awards session, go to: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Bzp2dGMKSGyEtfQeHgbVxg