Drug Analysis 2014
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Confirmed Plenary Lectures

Pharmacometabolomics: a Tool for Drug Discovery and Personalised Medicine
 Coral BARBAS Coral BARBAS
(SAN PABLO - CEU UNIVERSITY, Madrid, Spain)

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Quality Control of Chinese Herbal Medicines
 Rudolf BAUER Rudolf BAUER
(UNIVERSITY OF GRAZ, Graz, Austria)

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State of the Art Mass Spectrometry Methods for Antibodies, Biosimilars, Bispecifics and ADCs Characterization
 Alain BECK Alain BECK
(PIERRE FABRE, St Julien-en-Genevois, France)

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Tutorial: An Analysis of the New USP Validation Guidelines
 Bruno BOULANGER Bruno BOULANGER
(ULG, Liege, Belgium)

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Tutorial: Separation of Enantiomers of Chiral Drugs by Liquid-Phase Techniques
 Bezhan CHANKVETADZE Bezhan CHANKVETADZE
(TBILISI STATE UNIVERSITY, Tbilisi, Georgia)

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New Analytical Strategies for Drug Metabolism Studies
 Filip CUYCKENS Filip CUYCKENS
(JOHNSON & JOHNSON PHARMACEUTICAL, Beerse, Belgium)

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Is Modern SFC a Viable Alternative to RPLC in Pharmaceutical Analysis?
 Davy GUILLARME Davy GUILLARME
(UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA, Geneva, Switzerland)

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Spatially-Resolved Analysis of Metallopharmaceuticals by Elemental Bioimaging
 Uwe KARST Uwe KARST
(UNIVERSITY OF MUENSTER, Muenster, Germany)

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The Nanoliter Lab: Using Droplet Microfluidics to Screen Enzymes and Protein-Protein Interactions
 Robert KENNEDY Robert KENNEDY
(UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Michigan, United States)

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Analytical Quality by Design
 David LLOYD David LLOYD
(BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB, New Brunswick, United States)

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Nanoimmunoaffinity Extraction and Analysis of Biomarkers of Oxidative Stress
 Michael LÄMMERHOFER Michael LÄMMERHOFER
(EBERHARD KARLS UNIVERSITY TÜBINGEN, Tübingen, Germany)

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Analytical Armamentarium for the Structural Characterization of Neo-Glycoproteins
 Gabriella MASSOLINI Gabriella MASSOLINI
(UNIVERSITY OF PAVIA, Pavia, Italy)

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SPME-LC-MS for Drug Bioanalysis, a New Tool for in vivo Sampling and High Throughput Determinations
 Janusz PAWLISZYN Janusz PAWLISZYN
(UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO, Waterloo Ontario, Canada)

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Analytical Microextraction Across Supported Liquid Membranes - Principles, Applications and Recent Developments
 Stig PEDERSEN BJERGAARD Stig PEDERSEN BJERGAARD
(UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Oslo, Norway)

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Development of Selective Extraction Sorbents from the Macro- to the Microscale for the Trace Analysis in Complex Media
 Valerie PICHON Valerie PICHON
(ESPCI, Paris, France)

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Analytical Needs within Innovative Manufacturing of Future Pharmaceuticals
 Jukka RANTANEN Jukka RANTANEN
(UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN, Kobenhavn, Denmark)

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Utility of CE-MS and HILIC-MS for Untargeted Analysis of the Anionic Urinary Metabolome
 Govert SOMSEN Govert SOMSEN
(VU UNIVERSITY AMSTERDAM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

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Proteomics, Bioinformatics and Biopharmaceuticals
 Alain VAN DORSSELAER Alain VAN DORSSELAER
(UNIVERSITY OF STRASBOURG, Strasbourg, France)

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Analysis of Large Biomolecules: New Strategies
 Jean-Luc VEUTHEY Jean-Luc VEUTHEY
(UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA, Geneva, Switzerland)

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Building on Success - Metabolic Profiling for Patients and Populations
 Ian D. WILSON Ian D. WILSON
(IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON, London, United Kingdom)

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Towards Personalised Medicine Based on Metabolomics with Mass Spectrometry
 Guowang XU Guowang XU
(DALIAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS, CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, Dalian, China)

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Oral Communications

Full Evaporation Headspace Gas Chromatography for Analysis of High Boiling Organic Compounds
Erwin ADAMS
(KULEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium)
Determination of Drug-Albumin Binding Modes by Induced CD Spectroscopy and TD-DFT Calculations
Carlo BERTUCCI
(UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA, Bologna, Italy)
Antibody-Free Bioanalysis of Proteins and Peptides in Complex Body Fluids at The PM Level By LC-MS/MS
 Rainer BISCHOFF Rainer BISCHOFF
(UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN, Groningen, The Netherlands)
Highly Enantioselective Mip-Based Porous Ultra-Thin Film in The Fabrication of an Electrochemical Sensor for the Chiral Analysis of beta-Blockers
Ede BODOKI
("IULIU HATIEGANU" UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND PHARMACY, Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
Surface Acoustic Wave Biosensor as an Analytical Tool in Pharmaceutics: A Quality by Design Approach
Nathalie BRACKE
(GHENT UNIVERSITY, Ghent, Belgium)
Supporting Analytical Quality by Design with Informatics - A Silent Enabler
Dan CHAPMAN
(WATERS CORPORATION, Elstree, Herts, United Kingdom)
Cell Culture Monitoring by Near Infrared Spectroscopy
Matthieu CLAVAUD
(​F. HOFFMANN - LA ROCHE LTD, ​Kaiseraugst, Switzerland)
Validation of the Analytical Procedure for the Determination of the Underivatized Neurotoxin Beta-N-Methylamino-L-Alanine by LC/MS-MS in Environmental Samples and in Human Brain
Audrey COMBES
(ESPCI, Paris, France)
Synthesis and Degradation Impurities in Peptide Drugs
Matthias D'HONDT
(UGENT, Gent, Belgium)
Development of a Multiplexed Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Quantitatve Approach for Bisphenol Detection
Charlotte DE BLEYE
(ULG, Liege, Belgium)
Capillary Electrophoresis - Mass Spectrometry for Characterization of Protein Drugs and Determination of Protein-Protein Interactions
Gerhardus J. DE JONG
(UTRECHT UNIVERSITY, Utrecht, The Netherlands)
NMR in the Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Areas for Identification and Quantification of Drugs and Metabolomic Applications
Pascal DE TULLIO
(ULG, Liege, Belgium)
Residual Solvents: A Potential Threat Present In Counterfeit Medicines
Eric DECONINCK
(WIV-ISP, Brussel, Belgium)
In-Line Mammalian Cells Culture Monitoring: Comparison of Predictive Performances Offered by NIR and Raman Spectroscopies
David DIDION
(UMONS, Mons, Belgium)
Quantitative Performances of UHPSFC AND UHPLC: A Comparative Study
Amandine DISPAS
(ULG, LIEGE, Belgium)
LC-SPE-NMR Identification and NMR Quantification of Salvia Fruticosa Phytochemicals with Antifungal Activity
Vasiliki EXARCHOU
(UNIVERSITY OF ANTWERP, Antwerp, Belgium)
Mass Spectrometric Approach for the Characterization of Inhibitors of Amiloyd Aggregation Process
Jessica FIORI
(UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA, Bologna, Italy)
Parallel Artificial Liquid Membrane Extraction (Palme) – An Innovative Implementation of Supported Liquid Membrane Extractions into a Multiwell Plate
Astrid GJELSTAD
(UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Oslo, Norway)
Preparation of Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Hydrophilic Compounds by Modified Precipitation Polymerization
Jun HAGINAKA
(MUKOGAWA WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY, Hyogo, Japan)
Immunoaffinity + LC-MS/MS: An Alternative Approach for Antibody Selectivity Evaluation?
Trine G. HALVORSEN
(UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, Oslo, Norway)
In-Depth Glycan Analysis of the Biotherapeutic Enbrel (Etanercept) Using HILIC UPLC/FLR and Mass Spectrometry
Mark HILLIARD
(NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR BIOPROCESSING RESEARCH & TRAINING, Blackrock, Ireland)
Quantitation of Hepcidin in Dried Blood Spots by Microfluidic LC-CHIP/MS-MS
Virginie HOUBART
(ULG, Liège, Belgium)
HPLC Chiral Separation of N-Fluorenylmetoxycarbonyl Alpha-Amino Acids Using Polysaccharide Based Chiral Stationary Phase
Functionalized Polymeric Monolithic Columns in Micro-Hplc for Pharmaceutical Analysis
 Zhengjin JIANG Zhengjin JIANG
(JINAN UNIVERSITY, Guangzhou, China)
Microflow LC-MS/MS of Human Osteopontin Using an Extended Peptide Internal Standard to Track Digestion and Immunocapture Variability
Thomas KARNES
(VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY, Richmond, Virginia, United States)
The Medium-Throughput Determination of Hydrophobicity and Dissociation Constant by LC-MS
Lukasz KUBIK
(MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF GDANSK, Gdansk, Poland)
Expanding the Role of Capillary Electrophoresis with Mass Spectrometry Detection (CESI-MS) for the Development, Characterization & Control of Biologics
Stephen LOCK
(AB SCIEX, Warrington, United Kingdom)
In Vivo Monitoring of Neuropeptides In the Rat Hippocampus Using Nano UPLC-ESI-MS/MS
Katrien MAES
(VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL, Jette, Belgium)
Definition of a Generic Chiral Separation Strategy on Polysaccharide-Based Chiral Stationary Phases in Supercritical Fluid Chromatography
 Debby MANGELINGS Debby MANGELINGS
(VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL, Brussels, Belgium)
Determination of the Enantiomeric Ratio of Drugs Using New SFC-MS/MS Instruments
Maria Kristina PARR
(FREE UNIVERSITY BERLIN, Berlin, Germany)
Development of Analytical Methodology to Support a QBD Approach to Formulation Design: A Case Study
Emma QUIRK
(BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB, Wirral, United Kingdom)
Sheathless Capillary Electrophoresis-Mass Spectrometry: An Enabling Technology for Small-Volume Metabolomics Studies
Rawi RAMAUTAR
(LEIDEN UNIVERSITY, Leiden, The Netherlands)
Gas Pressure Assisted Micro-Liquid-Liquid-Extraction-nanoESI-DI-MS: A New Fully-Automated Platform for Bionanalysis
Robert-Jan RATERINK
(LEIDEN UNIVERSITY, Leiden, The Netherlands)
In-Vitro Phenotyping for Toxicological Purposes: New Insights with the Cocktail Approach
Serge RUDAZ
(UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA, Geneva, Switzerland)
Development of Highly Selective LC/MS Assay for Vitamin D Metabolites
Gwenael SCOLAN
(SIGMA-ALDRICH, Poole, United Kingdom)
Anders FRIDSTROM
(SIGMA-ALDRICH, Buchs, Switzerland)
Study of Virus-Like Particles of Human Papillomavirus (HPV-VLP) by Capillary Electrophoresis
 Anne-Catherine SERVAIS Anne-Catherine SERVAIS
(UNIVERSITY OF LIEGE, Liege, Belgium)
Why Capillary Electrophoresis is an Ideal Tool for Drug Screening
Myriam TAVERNA
(UNIVERSITE PARIS SUD, Chatenay Malabry, France)
Possibilities of Retention Modeling for HILIC and SFC Separations
Eva TYTECA
(VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL, Elsene, Belgium)
Hyphenated Techniques for the Bioanalytical Study of Enzymes
Ann VAN SCHEPDAEL
(KULEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium)
Investigations of Metalloproteins and their Interactions by Affinity Capillary Electrophoresis (ACE)
Hermann WÄTZIG
(TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY BRAUNSCHWEIG, Braunschweig, Germany)

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