Monitoring PPCPs: What's in your water?

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  • Date: Jun 8, 2010 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Categories: Proteomics & Genomics / Base Peak
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Monitoring PPCPs: What's in your water?

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PPCPs have recently become a popular topic of interest both within the water safety industry and in the general public. To date, little is known about the true fate of PPCPs in the environment and how they affect both human and aquatic species. Regulatory agencies are beginning to look into monitoring these compounds. This webinar will discuss:

- How and why PPCPs are of interest to researchers and regulatory agencies
- Global regulations and detection limits
- Comparison of analytical techniques: online vs. offline sample preparation, quantitation vs. screening
- Future trends in water analysis


Who Should Attend:

  • State Labs, USDA, Environmental Canada, European Union
  • EPA, FDA, State Agencies, Food & Agricultural Agency
  • State Natural Resources; Department of Conservation
  • Private, State, Governmental Labs; Local Water Authorities
  • Lab Directors & Lab Scientists
  • Water research organizations
  • Non-profit environmental organizations

Your Presenters...

Sébastien Sauvé

Sébastien Sauvé, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Environmental Chemistry, Université de Montréal
Sébastien Sauvé earned his Ph.D. from Cornell University. He directs a team of about fifteen students and researchers who focus their work partly on the fate and effects of 'traditional' contaminants such as lead, copper, cadmium, and partly on emerging contaminants, such as pharmaceuticals and nanoparticles. He has so far published over 80 scientific articles and book chapters.

Jonathan BeckJonathan Beck, Ph.D., Strategic Marketing Specialist, Environmental & Food Safety, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Jonathan Beck earned his Ph.D. from the University of Missouri in Analytical Chemistry studying Mass Spectrometry. He worked for a clinical diagnostic lab developing and validating LC-MS/MS methods before joining Varian as an LC-MS/MS product specialist. He joined Thermo Fisher Scientific in 2005.


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