ISELIN, N.J., Aug. 27 LCGC North America is pleased to announce the full agenda for PharmSep: LCGC's Symposium for Separation Scientists in Pharmaceuticals. The program, in its second year, will be co-chaired by Phillip DeLand, Pharmaceutical Market Development Manager, Dionex Corporation, and David Walsh, Editor-in-Chief, LCGC North America. The conference will take place in Philadelphia, PA, on September 21-22, 2009.
LCGC's speaker faculty always includes the country's leading experts in the pharmaceutical industry, and the roundtable breakfast discussion, "How to Deal with the Acetonitrile Shortage," will be a highlight at this timely and relevant event. In addition to nine case studies, attendees will have the opportunity to choose between two pre-conference workshops addressing UHPLC and Biogenerics. All sessions will be led by chief experts in the field who have years of experience in their own labs.
Additional topics to be addressed include:
The conference is the industry's best opportunity to discover real-time, practical information to increase productivity, resolution, and sensitivity through faster separations in advanced chromatography.
For more information on this event, please visit http://www.lcgcevent.com.
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