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EAS short courses are perennial favorites of local scientists. They are designed to help scientists develop new skills, keep up to date on new regulations, and enhance their knowledge.

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EAS short courses are perennial favorites of local scientists. They are designed to help scientists develop new skills, keep up to date on new regulations, and enhance their knowledge. Taught by experts from academia and industry, short courses are the perfect venue for face-to-face interaction with experts and networking with peers in various fields.

Register here.

Please review the Conference-in-Miniature in our Preliminary Program so you can make the most of your time at EAS. Reconnect with familiar colleagues and meet potential collaborators.

Save $50 on registration and $200-$300 on Short Courses if you register by October 15th. Plan to register as a full conferee to take a short course, attend our Technical Program and visit our Exposition. You can utilize the exhibit only registration option to access the Exhibit area which includes the Employment Bureau and Poster presentations.

Short Courses At-A-Glance

The 2012 EAS short courses include over 40 sessions ranging in length from one to two days. Register early to secure your seat and to take advantage of the discounted pricing of $200 and $300 on one-day and two-day courses respectively. Click here for complete course descriptions.

Two-Day Courses

Code ~ 2-Day Courses ~ Sunday - Monday 8:30am - 5:30pm (Holiday Inn) Instructor(s)
E12-01 Practical Gas Chromatography Eugene Barry, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Thomas Brettell, Cedar Crest College
E12-02 LC/MS: Theory, Instruments, and Applications Guodong Chen, Bristol-Myers Squib
Michael Balogh, Waters
Ragu Ramanathan, Bristol-Myers Squibb
Birendra Pramanik, Merck
E12-03 Physical Characterization and Analytical Test of Pharmaceutical Solids I & II: Essential Knowledge & Advanced Applications Steve Byrn, Purdue University
Xiaoming Chen, OSI Pharma-ceuticals
E12-06 Chemometrics Without Equations I & II (combined course) Donald Dahlberg, Lebanon Valley Coll.
Barry Wise, Eigenvector Research
E12-08 Essentials of Modern HPLC I & II (combined course) Michael Dong, Genentech
E12-12 Troubleshooting Chromatographic Systems Merlin Bicking, ACCT, Inc.
Douglas Raynie, SD State University
Code ~ 2-Day Courses ~ Monday - Tuesday 8:30am - 5:30pm (Holiday Inn) Instructor(s)
E12-13 How to Develop Validated HPLC Methods: Rational Design with Practical Statistics and Troubleshooting Brian Bidlingmeyer, Agilent Technologies
Stanley Deming, Statistical Designs
E12-14 Infrared Spectral Interpretation I & II (combined course) Brian Smith, Spectos Associates
Code ~ 2-Day Courses ~ Tuesday - Wednesday 8:30am - 5:30pm (Holiday Inn) Instructor(s)
E12-25 The Analysis and Characterization of Protein Therapeutic Drugs David Carr, Bioanalytical Technologies
E12-26 Fundamentals of Laboratory Management for New Managers Claude Lucchesi, Northwestern Univ.
Code ~ 2-Day Courses ~ Wednesday - Thursday 8:30am - 5:00pm (Holiday Inn) Instructor(s)
E12-30 The Modular Cleaning Program - An Accelerated Course for Conservators, organized in cooperation with the New York Conservation Foundation Christopher Stavroudis, Paintings Conservator
E12-31 Quality-by-Design: A New Paradigm for the Analytical Laboratory I & II (combined course) Zenaida Otero Gephardt, Rowan Univ.
E12-37 Hands-on FTIR, NIR and Data Analysis - What is the Right Tool to Solve Your Problem Katherine Bakeev, CAMO Software
Brian Smith, Spectros Associates

 

One-Day Courses

Code ~ One-Day Courses ~ Sunday 8:30am - 5:00pm (Holiday Inn) Instructor(s)
E12-04 Physical Characterization and Analytical Test of Pharmaceutical Solids I: Essential Knowledge Steve Byrn, Purdue University
Xiaoming Chen, OSI Pharmaceuticals
E12-05 Impurities and Degradants Identification: Strategies for Structure Elucidation via Chromatography, MS and NMR Thomas Sharp, Pfizer
Brian Marquez, Pfizer
Todd Zelesky, Pfizer
E12-07 Introduction to Chemometrics Without Equations I Donald Dahlberg, Lebanon Valley Coll.
Barry Wise, Eigenvector Research
E12-09 Essentials of Modern HPLC I: Fundamentals and Applications Michael Dong, Genentech
E12-10 Anatomy of Modern Reversed-Phase Columns: Understanding Their Role in HPLC Brian Bidlingmeyer, Agilent Technologies
Richard Henry, Penn State University
E12-11 Polymers: An Introduction and Characterization Techniques Diep Nguyen, Illinois Institute of Tech.
Code ~ One-Day Courses ~ Monday 8:30am - 5:00pm (Holiday Inn) Instructor(s)
E12-15 Infrared Spectral Interpretation I Brian Smith, Spectros Associates
E12-16 Intermediate Chemometrics Without Equations II Donald Dahlberg, Lebanon Valley Coll.
Barry Wise, Eigenvector Research
E12-17 Physical Characterization and Analytical Test of Pharmaceutical Solids II: Advanced Applications Steve Byrn, Purdue University
Xiaoming Chen, OSI Pharmaceuticals
E12-18 Essentials of Modern HPLC II: Practice, Operation, Troubleshooting & Method Development Michael Dong, Genentech
Code ~ One-Day Courses ~ Tuesday 8:30am - 5:00pm (Holiday Inn) Instructor(s)
E12-19 Sample Preparation: The Chemistry Behind the Techniques Merlin Bicking, ACCTA, Inc.
Douglas Raynie, SD State University
E12-20 Introduction to Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: Applications in the Pharmaceutical and Biotech Industries Emil Ciurczak, Doramaxx Consulting
E12-21 Interpretation of Mass Spectra with Practical Solutions to Problems Birendra Pramanik, Merck
Mike Lee, Milestone Development
E12-22 Critical cGMP and ICH Guidances for Analytical Laboratories Gregory Martin, Complectors Consulting
E12-23 Infrared Spectral Interpretation II Brian Smith, Spectros Associates
E12-24 The Role of Chromatography in the Analysis & Characterization of Protein Therapeutic Drugs David Carr, Bioanalytical Technologies
E12-27 Data Analysis with EXCEL© for Improved Productivity in the Analytical Laboratory: New Uses for a Familiar Tool Zenaida Otero Gephardt, Rowan Univ.
E12-28 Introduction to Drug Discovery & Development Processes for Analytical Scientists Michael Dong, Genentech
Code ~ One-Day Courses ~ Wednesday 8:30am - 5:00pm (Holiday Inn) Instructor(s)
E12-29 Development, Validation, Verification and Transfer of Analytical Methods: A Lifecycle Approach of Analytical Methods Gregory Martin, Complectors Consulting
E12-32 Quality-by-Design (QbD): A New Paradigm for the Analytical Laboratory I: QbD Fundamentals for Analytical Chemists Zenaida Otero Gephardt, Rowan Univ.
E12-33 Practical Applications of Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Lydia Breckenridge, Bristol-Myers Squibb
E12-34 Practical Headspace Gas Chromatography Mary Ellen McNally, DuPont
Thomas Brettell, Cedar Crest College
E12-35 Extractables & Leachables Studies for Biologicals & Other 'High Risk' Dosage Forms Thomas Feinberg, Catalent Pharma Solutions
E12-36 Practical Knowledge and Recent Advances in Developing Supercritical Fluid Chroma-tography Applications Yingru Zhang, Bristol-Myers Squibb
Code ~ One-Day Courses ~ Thursday 8:30am - 5:00pm (Holiday Inn) Instructor(s)
E12-38 Quality-by-Design (QbD): A New Paradigm for the Analytical Laboratory II: Design of Experiments (DOE) for Analytical Chemists Zenaida Otero Gephardt, Rowan Univ
E12-39 The Chemistry of Drug Degradation Christopher Foti, Pfizer
E12-40 Dissolution: A Rational Approach to Developing and Validating Methods for a Variety of Purposes Gregory Martin, Complectors Consulting
E12-41 Impurities in Pharmaceuticals - A Survey Course Bernard Olsen, Olsen Pharmaceutical Consulting
E12-41 Quantitative Analysis for Managers, Auditors and Data Reviewers Nicholas Snow, Seton Hall University
Gregory Slack, Clarkson University
E12-43 Practical Introduction to Raman Spectroscopy Frederick Long, Spectroscopic Solutions