Preliminary List of Confirmed Invited Speakers

 

 

Nancy Allbritton

University of North Carolina

 

 

Yi Chen

Institute of Chemistry

Clinic Applications of Capillary Electrophoresis

 

 

Gert Desmet

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Understanding the

Effect of Order in Chromatography and Ways to Exploit It

 

 

Attila Felinger

University of Pecs

 

 

 

Xiaoyi Gong

Merck

Emerging Needs in Pharmaceutical Research, Development and Commercialization – the Challenges, and Opportunities to Analytical Chemistry

 

 

Fabrice Gritti

Waters

Performance Optimization of High Speed Gradient Liquid Chromatography: How to Cope with Frit and Post-column Dispersion?

 

Guibin Jiang

Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences

 

 

Jingwu Kang

Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry

Determination 

of the Methylation Site of mRNA by Nano-HPLC Mass Spectrometry

 

 

Robert Kennedy

University of Michigan

 

 

Sergey Krylov

York University

Longitudinal Separation by Transverse Diffusion in Laminar Pipe Flow (LSTDLPF): An Accurate Approach for Finding Equilibrium Constants of Protein-Small Molecule Binding

 

 

Matthew Lauber

Waters

A Novel Phenyl-Based RPLC Stationary Phase for High Throughput, High Resolution Characterization of Protein Therapeutics

 

Xing-Fang Li

University of Alberta

 

 

Jin-Ming Lin

Tsinghua University

Development of a Microfluidic Device for Cell Capture, Sorting and Metabolite Analysis with Mass Spectrometry

 

 

Bifeng Liu

Huangzhong University of Science and Technology

Microfluidic Chip towards Exosomes Analysis and Applications in Biomedicine

 

 

Huwei Liu

Peking University

Lipidomics Analysis Methods and Its Challenges in Clinical Applications

 

Zhen Liu

Nanjing University

Probing Signaling Pathway Proteins of Apoptosis at the Single Cell Level via Plasmonic Immunosandwich Assay

 

 

Bassam Nakhle

Biogen

 

 

Janusz Pawliszyn

University of Waterloo

Quest for Sampling/Sample Preparation Devices for High Throughput and In-vivo Investigation of Biological Systems

 

 

Erik Regalado

Merck

The Emergence of Fit-for-Purpose and Universal Chromatographic Methods in Pharmaceutical Research and Development

 

 

Alexandra Ros

Arizona State University

Non-intuitive Separation Schemes for Nanometer-sized Particles and Subcellular Organelles

 

 

Peter Schoenmakers

University of Amsterdam

 

 

Zachary Schultz

University of Notre Dame

Online SERS Detection for Chemical Separations

 

 

Dwight Stoll

Gustavus Adolphus College

New Directions in the use of Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography for Deep and Efficient Characterization of Therapeutic Proteins

 

 

Jonathan Sweedler

University of Illinois

 

 

Zoltan Takats

Imperial College of London

Ambient Ionization Mass Spectrometry - Can We Really Live without Sample Preparation?

 

 

Ta-Chen Wei

Agilent

One-Fits-All HPLC Column: Synthesis of Superficially Porous Particles with Dual Pore Structure

 

Ronghu Wu

Georgia Tech

Effective Chemical and Enzymatic Methods to Separate Glycoproteins for MS Analysis

 

 

Mingliang Ye

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics

New Separation Strategies for the Analysis of Methylproteome

 

 

Peter Yehl

Genentech

 

 

Hui Zhang

Johns Hopkins University

Enrichment and Analysis of Intact N-and O-linked Glycopeptides using Liquid Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry

 

 

Kelly Zhang

Genentech

Emerging Needs in Pharmaceutical Research, Development and Commercialization – the Challenges, and Opportunities to Analytical Chemistry

 

 

Lihua Zhang

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics

Novel Sample Preparation Methods for Deep Coverage Exosome Proteome Analysis

 

 

Yingru Zhang

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Characterization and Purification of Macrocycle Drug Substances in Drug Discovery

 

Yukui Zhang

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics

Ionic Liquid based Methods for Deep-coverage Proteome Analysis