Fundamentals of Developing Validated HPLC Methods

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Presented by Dr. Brian A. Bidlingmeyer, Analytical Acumen Inc.
Tuesday, December 7, 2021 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EST
Cost: $199

TARGET AUDIENCE: Intended for individuals who are doing, will be doing or will be responsible for doing quantitative HPLC analyses. Individuals interested in the basic fundamentals of validation concepts so they can “hit the ground running” when developing validated HPLC methods.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Starting with a core philosophy, this course takes the participant through the fundamentals of HPLC and of statistics involved in developing validated methods. Learn a basic four step approach for HPLC methods development that provides sustainable validation by using statistical process control tools. Learn how to make decisions using basic statistics. Leave with an understanding of how to develop your own validated methods.


About Brian Bidlingmeyer

Dr. Brian A. Bidlingmeyer is an accomplished scientist in the field of separation science. Presently he is a consultant doing business as Analytical Acumen, LLC a technology development company. Brian has published over 100 technical papers and authored two books, one on practical HPLC and the other on preparative chromatography. He has a wide range of work experience having worked for Amoco Chemicals as a research chemist, for Waters as Vice President/Technical Director, for Sterling Winthrop Pharmaceuticals as an Assistant Director, a co-founder of Cohesive Technologies and most recently retired from Agilent Technologies. He has received numerous awards that include the Heinrich Emmanuel Merck Prize for contributions to analytical chemistry, the International Ion Chromatography Award, the Eastern Analytical Symposium Award in Separation Science, an IR 100 Award for an innovative separation method for amino acids (PicoTag Method) and several others. Brian is among the few who have been selected as a Fellow of the American Chemical Society (2012). Presently he is an independent consultant as well as an Associate Editor of J. Chromatographic Science. He was founding member of the editorial advisory board of LC/GC Magazine.

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