We’re only two weeks away from the SSG & ChromSoc’s Advances in Clinical and Forensic Analysis 2018 meeting, which will take place on the 27th of November at Burlington House in London. This one-day meeting features the latest innovations in the field, presented by leading researchers from across the UK. As we’ve mentioned in previous posts, the meeting this year is a special one for the SSG, as it celebrates the career and achievements of our Keynote speaker, Prof Dave Perrett. While most separation scientists know of Prof Perrett as a world-renowned expert in bioanalytical science, his students at Barts Medical School know him even better as an inspiring and creative educator. It is thus fitting that students can now register for this meeting at no cost. Retired members of the RSC can also register for free, and registration details for everyone can be found at: http://www.rsc.org/events/detail/35855/advances-in-clinical-and-forensic-analysis-2018
If you’re still undecided about attending, we’ve put together a selection of recent high-impact separation science publications from some of our speakers – hopefully this will convince you to register today!
- Dr Melanie Bailey (University of Surrey): in Analytical Chemistry (2018), p. 12094: Application of Various Normalization Methods for Microscale Analysis of Tissues Using Direct Analyte Probed Nanoextraction
- Prof Leon Barron (King’s College London): in Journal of Chromatography A (2018), p. 82: Prediction of collision cross section and retention time for broad scope screening in gradient reversed-phase liquid chromatography-ion mobility-high resolution accurate mass spectrometry
- Dr Joost Brandsma (University of Southampton): in Metabolomics (2018), p. 123: Lipid phenotyping of lung epithelial lining fluid in healthy human volunteers
- Prof Hector Keun (Imperial College London): in BMC Medicine (2018), p. 202: Determinants of the urinary and serum metabolome in children from six European populations