March 17 - 21, 2019
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Nexus Theaters.

Entertaining presentations in a theater style setting on the expo floor.

New this year! Nexus I and Nexus II

The Nexus will be two theater style settings on the exposition floor where you can participate in interactive presentations. These 30-minute sessions will be informative, engaging and dynamic.

Theater Schedule

TUESDAY NEXUS SCHEDULE

TIME NEXUS Theater I NEXUS Theater II
10:00 AM Lab Safety in 2018 and Beyond

– James Kaufman, Ph.D., President/CEO, The Laboratory Safety Institute
Treating Canine Withdrawal Syndrome at Scientific Meetings

– Stan Stearns, President and Founder of VICI Valco Instruments Co.
11:00 AM Pathways to Customer Education in the Life Sciences Market

– Bill White, CEO, Offenberger & White, Inc.
12:00 Noon Microspectroscopy for Trace Analysis in Forensic Science

– Sergey Mamedov, Applications Scientist , HORIBA Scientific
1:00 PM Cannabis Quality Control Testing and Research Updates

– Josh Crossney, President & Founder, jCanna & Cannabis Science Conference
High Resolution Particle Size Analysis

– Mark Bumiller, Marketing Manager and Patrick O’Hagan, Sales Manager, Particle Sizing Systems
2:00 PM The Intersection of Raman Spectroscopy and Neurochemistry

– Bhavya Sharma, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Chemical Facilities Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS)

– Cheryl Louck, MBA, Chief, Regulatory Compliance, Department of Homeland Security
3:00 PM The Evolution of Hands-on STEM Education

– Shawn Miller, President, Lab Ratz Science, Inc.
Using Nanotracking Analysis (NTA) and Fluorescence to Distinguish Nanoparticle Species and their Populations in a Mixture

– Jeff Bodycomb, Ph.D., Product Line Manager, HORIBA Scientific
4:00 PM Moving the Analysis Closer to the Problem – Improving Efficiency Through Near Line Contaminant Identification

– David W. Schiering, Czitek
Morphological Imaging: When Particle Size Is Not Enough

– Dr. Alan Rawle Ph.D., Dr. Fred Mazzeo Ph.D, Thomas Guenette, Dr. Josemar Castillo Ph.D., Malvern Panalytical

WEDNESDAY NEXUS SCHEDULE

TIME NEXUS Theater I NEXUS Theater II
10:00 AM Seeing More with Hard Radiation: Advanced Material Applications on a Hard Radiation Equipped X-ray Diffractometer

– Dr. Scott Speakman Ph.D , Dr. Anasuya Adibhatla Ph.D , Martijn Fransen, Malvern Panalytical
Combined Raman and Photoluminescence Imaging as a Probe of Solid State Structure of Transition Metal Dichalcogenide 2D Crystals

– David Tuschel; Manager of Raman Applications, HORIBA Scientific
11:00 AM Young Chemist Award Winner: A Multimarker Biosensor for Disease

– Chi-En Lin, Ph.D. Candidate, Arizona State University
Space Chemistry for NASA’s Exploration Missions

– Dr. Luke Roberson, Sr. Principal Investigator for Flight Research, NASA, Kennedy Space Center
1:00 PM Top Tips to Communicate Your Science

– Kerry Parker, Editor-in-Chief, SelectScience
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall – Which Chiral Molecule Is The Best Of All?

– Dr. Rina Dukor, President, BioTools, Inc.
2:00 PM Biosecurity Advances: Characterization and Diagnostics

– Kristen Reese, Ph.D. Candidate, Michigan State University, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Particle Analysis: Using Enhanced Calculations and Data Visualization as a Tool for Understanding Dynamic Imaging Results

– Jeff Bodycomb, Ph.D., Product Line Manager, HORIBA Scientific
3:00 PM Biomedical Challenges: The Search for Proteins and Biomarkers

– Karen Phinney, Ph.D., M.S., Group Leader, Bioanalytical Science Group, NIST

THURSDAY NEXUS SCHEDULE

TIME NEXUS Theater I NEXUS Theater II
1:00 PM Demystifying the Process of Specifying Technical Seating for Clean Room and ESD Environments

– Daryl Hensley, Regional Sales Manager, BioFit Engineered Products

 

 

 

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